Digital marketing, online marketing, internet advertising… whatever we call, providing an online presence online is a big deal nowadays. After all, internet usage has more than doubled over the past decade and this shift has affected massively how people purchase products and interacts with business.
So, what Digital Marketing actually is?
Basically, it refers to any online marketing efforts or assets. E-mail marketing, PPC (Pay-per click) advertising, social media marketing and even blogging are all great examples of digital marketing to convince the potential customers to buy the goods and services.
As for the future of it, we can expect to see a continued increase in the variety of wearable devices available to consumers. Forbes also forecasts that social media will become increasingly conversational in the B2B space, video content will be refined for search engine optimization (SEO) purposes, and e-mail marketing will become even more personalized.
It is the golden rule that marketing is to make right offer at the right time and in the right place. Today, the customers are online, hanging out in social media, staying updated on news sites and blogs, and searching online when they have a need. Digital marketing puts the promoters in that channel, hence, best prospects can be seen, learn more about them, and even ask question sometimes to get knowledgeable.
In many ways, digital marketing is no different than traditional marketing. In both, smart organizations seek to develop mutually beneficial relationships with prospects, leads and customers. But, digital marketing has replaced most traditional marketing tactics as it’s designed to reach today’s customers.
We are going to learn Digital Marketing Components in one of our upcoming blogs…