B2B Email Marketing: On Point Opt-In Email List (Part 1)

The idea of creating a totally opt-in email list with no help (such as a reliable third party source) can be an overwhelming activity. So how would you do it as efficient as you can so that you can proceed to getting and nurturing leads the soonest time possible? Here’s how!

Step 1: Attracting B2B Prospects

The most vital piece in building an opt-in email list is creating an interesting and relevant content for your B2B prospects. Let’s examine how to use content curation and different advertising channels to build up an email list of purely opt-in B2B prospects.

Offer Premium Content

Making top-of-the-channel premium content offers like industry reports and analytics, ebooks, and guides can satisfactorily draw in not just B2B prospects but also industry influencers.

Blog the Content

Through dependably curating blog content that is vital to your B2B prospects, you put yourself up as a thought leader who is dedicated to increasing the value of the industry. B2B prospects that aims to drive their skill set forward, and who might need to remain beside new industry examples and best practices, will subscribe to your blogs.

Network Content Online

Being visible in online communities or social media platforms where your B2B prospects usually are, increases your reach and chances of pulling them in. Make sure to utilize noticeable and engaging content like recordings, infographics, blog passages and even new premium content offers to attract them to your own business website.

Step 2: Creating An Opt-In List

When you have created a strong foundation of interesting and relevant content for your target B2B profiles, you can now begin on building your B2B email list. There are two ways to do this:

  • Request them to subscribe. Aside from an excellent content that promises huge industry news and progress. Significant rewards and freebies can also be a great push for prospects to sign up. Be that as it may, don’t make it difficult for them to locate your form. Place it inconspicuous areas of your website such as in your landing page, blog page or footer. Flaunt figures and social verification wordings such as “10,000 followers or supporters”. This will increase the chances of prospects hopping in on your database.
  • Require them to join. Another commonly used strategy is to “door” premium content offers like industry ebooks, reports, and client contextual analyses. This strategy pertains to requiring a prospect to submit contact details through a form before getting into the content. This can be a truly successful strategy when building your email list especially if you have some really good content to offer.