Consumers and businesses go to the web first when performing research and learning about products and services they are interested in. Actually, according to eMarketer’s Report dated May 1, 2017,
Thanks to multitasking (and our method of accounting for it, explained in a moment), US adults’ average daily time spent with major media will slightly exceed 12 hours this year, according to eMarketer’s latest report.
That is a lot of time reviewing and searching for products or services and it is up to your company to ensure that you have a solid Digital Strategy prepared to increase your Digital Visibility and take advantage of this massive online media consumption by consumers.
Implementing these concepts will give you the foundation for a successful Digital Marketing Strategy Optimization Cycle which can scale your Online Business Growth.
The goal of our series to take you through the stages of Developing, Implementing, Monitoring, and Adapting a successful Digital Marketing Strategy. As you are implementing your Strategy you need to understand that it must remain fluid and you need to continually refine your tactics to stay ahead of your competition.
These 4 steps are the first stages of developing extending the reach of your company. If you want to be found by more people follow along as we explore the importance of your Digital Presence.
When you develop text, graphics, video, or audio to distribute to your audience which is intended on informing your audience and attracting customers you are involved in the practice of Content Marketing. According to Joe Pulizzi’s Post, “The History of Content Marketing“ Content Marketing has been in practice since 1732 with Benjamin Franklin’s “Poor Richard’s Almanack which was distributed to promote Franklin’s printing business. This Post by Pulizzi includes a detailed infographic that outlines the development of Content Marketing since its inception. By reviewing the history of this Digital Marketing Technique you can see that it has proven through time to be a valuable source of lead generation for many organizations throughout time.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In our Free Market companies are placed in the global economic war of Supply and Demand. Organizations Supply what the Consumer Demands. This competitive nature of business correlates directly with the words written thousands of years ago by Sun Tsu in his memorable novel The Art of War. This book has stood the test of time because its foundational principles have proven to apply to many facets of our society. We are going to journey through the 13 Chapters of this novel to help you conquer and win with an effective Digital Marketing Strategy.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height="30px"][qodef_blockquote text="Swift as the wind " title_tag="h4"][qodef_blockquote...Read More