We have all thought about stealing our competitors’ small business web traffic. Not only will it increase our own traffic but take from theirs. It’s brilliant. It is not, however, so simple. Stealing visitors from your competition takes planning, time, and skill that not every small business intrinsically has. Let’s face it, taking anything away from your competition is going to take effort.
Here are six clever ways to steal your competitors’ small business web traffic while flying under the radar.
Gaining a competitive advantage as a small business is challenging. Despite your size, you somehow have to showcase your differentiators in unique, exciting ways. When you lack the resources to continually deliver worthwhile marketing materials and sales pitches, this can seem impossible.
Meanwhile, your competitors always seem to have the upper hand. They are constantly boasting their position as a market leader. Content production seems like a walk in the park for them. Oh, and they also continue to report strong growth and a healthy customer base. What gives?
Here are 5 ways your small business can gain a competitive advantage, despite limited resources.
Behavioral targeting is changing the face of marketing for small businesses completely. As companies with small budgets, we cannot afford to pay thousands of dollars for this type of detailed information. Behavioral targeting takes information such as search history, cookies, and IP addresses to build a strong user profile of each member of our target audience. We can then take that information and tailor our marketing using those behaviors, interests, and other details.
As each person adds to their online activity, their behavioral profile is strengthened. This fundamentally changes how we market and whom we market to. It helps us focus on more qualified leads upfront, without spending time or budget trying to gauge their interests.
Here are 5 examples of behavioral targeting your small business can use to grow faster than ever.