Follow is a great web-based tool for individuals, but also for teams and organizations. With our platform, we make it possible for anyone to add team members to specific portfolios of websites. Today we take a look at how to do that, and how that can be a useful feature if you use Follow to monitor your online competitors along with other work colleagues.
You will learn today: 1) How entrepreneur Neil Patel was able to generate US$25,000 in revenue with 249 comments posted on various industry blogs and websites, 2) an outstanding list — compiled by David Arrington — of 23 ways to gather more email subscribers out of the traffic landing on your website on a daily basis, 3) a series of strategies that allowed online marketer Bryan Harris to gather more than 2,000 email subscribers in a matter of 10 days, and 4) a three-step strategy to achieve a higher engagement rate on your Facebook page.
You are about to discover: 1) a series of clever email-marketing techniques specifically designed to work best with e-commerce websites, 2) a comprehensive guide on why and how to optimize mobile pages to attract so-called phone leads, 3) why every marketer should think more seriously about retaining customers rather than just attract new ones, 4) how companies such as Twitter, Foursquare, Airbnb, and others achieved incredible growth through the years.
At Follow we make it easy to monitor everything your competitors do online. We focus on providing our customers with all the data that we think they need in order to analyze other websites. However, without knowing how to interpret that data, even Follow is not that helpful. Let’s dive into some more details on how Follow can help you with competitive intelligence analysis.
William Tilson is from Asheville, North Carolina, the U.S. William has been with us, as a Follow user, for a long time, since Feb. 2013 to be more exact. We decided it was about time to give William some voice, and see how he is using Follow in his everyday life, and for his business needs. We interviewed William, who was kind enough to share with us a few insights on how Follow has helped him in this year and a half of continual use.