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How to Attract Leads to Your Small Business Like Nobody’s Business

Hello marketing friends! Today we continue our focus on lead generation as we share our final 4, tried and true, lead magnet ideas for small business! Keep reading to learn even more incredible lead magnet ideas that will make your business just so loveble to both search engines and leads. 

Read the first post about growing your email list and 5 MORE ways to attract leads to your small business 



Bring in Some Friendly Competition and Start a Contest 

Run a contest that is only for those who are part of your newsletter. People feel as though they are part of something exclusive and can’t help but sign up with you to get the chance to win something.

Survey Says…

Give your followers a survey that will allow them to learn something at the end of it. This could be something as simple as learning what peers have to say about a certain topic or finding out what kind of business category they fall into.

Be the Expert and Share a Industry Research Report

An industry research report can provide a significant amount of insight to your followers. In order to get this, they will be happy to share their information and become a part of your newsletter.

Conduct a Case Study

Case studies have helped many businesses identify what they need to do within their industry to survive. By providing a case study that your business has done, it allows your followers to learn more about the industry that they are in.

There you have it, folks! 5 more lead generation tips that will attract leads to your small business, like nobody business, cause there’s no business like yo business! 

….Ok, clearly we’ve gotten a little too excited over lead generation. But it’s good stuff! As always, thanks for joining us here on the Inbound Brew Blog and Mel, it was an absolute pleasure partnering with you! 

Cheers to new leads and your small business success! 

Mel Devent is a professional blogger who enjoys writing about all things digital marketing. She is currently working as a Marketing Associate at Blogger Sidekick, helping small businesses build authority brands with content marketing. 


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