30 days of inbound marketing tips

The fact is, you started an online business.

Without a doubt, your website looks amazing.

Your products and services are far better than what your competitors have.

Of course, you heavily promoted your business.

Apparently, you studied a lot, trying to apply all that you’ve learned.

You thought that millions of clients would knock at your door, being grateful that you and your business exists.

in the middle of the action,
something happened.

Clients are nowhere to be found. Almost invisible.

You’re puzzled looking around.

What happened? How was this possible?

Tons of questions are bombarding your mind.

Now… Stop!

Don’t struggle anymore.

It’s time to hear about THE new method.

Leave the old ways to the past! You’ll never need them again.

The future has a name… Inbound Marketing Methodology.

According to The Ultimate Dictionary of Marketing Terms published by Hubspot in March 2016

Inbound marketing refers to marketing activities that draw visitors in, rather than marketers having to go out to get prospects’ attention. It’s all about earning the attention of customers, making the company easy to find online, and drawing customers to the website by producing interesting, helpful content. By aligning the content you publish with your customer’s interests, you naturally attract inbound traffic that you can then convert, close, and delight over time.

For this reason, Inbound Marketing is my all-time favorite.

In a nutshell, Inbound Marketing is the customer-focused methodology that helps YOU attract the ideal client, through the right information, at the right moment, in the right place.

The inbound methodology starts with great content, and there is nothing that can change it. Content has the important job of pulling people from one stage of the Inbound methodology to the next. Content is the fuel that keeps the Inbound methodology running.

Inbound is a way to build trust.

Maybe not everyone dreams to become an Inbound expert, but for sure YOU need to know the basics of it.


Because it will boost your online business.

If you have more money than brains, you should focus on outbound marketing.
If you have more brains than money, you should focus on Inbound Marketing.

~ Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist of CANVA

Just think how great it will be to see clients knocking at your business door. And not only simply knocking, but happily doing it since your strategy focuses on:

  • attracting
  • converting
  • closing
  • delighting

Don’t let this opportunity slip you by. JOIN me for the next 30 days.

They are not regular days. They are 30 DAYS of INBOUND TIPS.

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