Best Practices

Most of the ‘how to’ guides promise instant success.
If you think about it, only you know your business and consequently, every business is different and every solution will be different too.
However, we can still using some of their advice to tailor our business marketing strategy.

We use digital marketing to engage more effectively with audiences, to promote and boost brand awareness.
Now a day’s, consumers rely on the internet to guide their purchasing decision. We are online more often, for longer and doing more than before. Social media is changing the way we communicate online, the way we make decision when purchasing products, online and offline.

Brands use social media (SM) to connect with their consumers (interaction and engagement), to gain insight information into what could they change to add value to their brand.
Businesses can find out quickly and economically, what people want to connect to and what areas of their business should they concentrate to win and retain customers.

Mobile internet is a fast growing market to keep an eye on. Our digital strategy should cover mobile-optimized content.
Facilitating mobile internet access will add value to our brand.
We should always note consumer’s behaviour changes on a social and commercial level. This way we will be able to focus on target groups.

SM platforms should not replace the usual channels for marketing, but we should take advantage of them to reach out to and engage with new and existing consumers and customers.

Knowing our audience, holding their attention and tailoring a campaign that delivers engaging content in an innovative way will result in client’s acquisition.
Choosing the right mix of channels to get our message across our audience is crucial.

Do not be afraid to explore new ways in which our target audience can have some influence within our brand, like, let users design their t-shirt.

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  • Date: July 18, 2014
  • Category: Digital Marketing
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  • Tags: digital marketing, online marketing, marketing