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47% of companies are expected to increase their inbound marketing budget for 2012, according to data from online business community G+.
It's no wonder, since the average cost to acquire a new lead through outbound marketing in 2011 was $373, compared to just $143 from inbound marketing.
The main reason for this budget increase however was found to be past success using inbound tactics, which attracts customers by offering useful, relevant information.
G+ states that one of the biggest advantages companies find in using inbound marketing is that leads cost far less to acquire.
Here, G+ explores the inbound marketing boom and how businesses are utilising it.