F.A.Q

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The act of promoting and advertising your business or product in the age world of technology. Common tools used for digital marketing include websites, social media, videos & photos, and email.

Digital marketers identify your business issues and figure out how to solve them using various digital marketing platforms. This includes creating a marketing strategy for developing websites, managing social media, and working on search engine optimization.

Your business benefits by gaining exposure. Often, digital marketing goals are attached to direct business increase results. When investing in a digital marketing agency you are creating opportunities to widen your target market.

It’s recommended! Blogs give you an easy way to stay in touch with your market and audience. Publishing blogs allows you to grow your creativity and increase the knowledge of your customers.

SEO is referred to as Search Engine Optimization. It’s the practice of making sure your website is visible and working correctly! SEO is a complicated practice.

It’s essential to measure all digital marketing platforms, tools, and initiatives. The most trusted sores to measure your digital marketing is through Google Analytics!

Absolutely. Word of mouth can surely help your business, but most consumers will research a company or service before choosing them. If you lack an online presence, you’re losing potential customers.

Most commonly Facebook for business. Now while you can use other social media platforms for other needs, Facebook is the most useful for all businesses.

Websites are meant to draw users in. No one wants a bland “sketchy” site. The only way to attract users and to keep them browsing is through good website design and interactives.

Social media is the brand awareness and consideration stage of digital marketing and sales funnel. Social media platforms allow businesses to connect with their target market by slowly pushing them down the funnel using content, links, and FAQs.

Absolutely. Word of mouth can surely help your business, but most consumers will research a company or service before choosing them. If you lack an online presence, you’re losing potential customers.

Yes. Email marketing is more personal to your customer and targeted individually as opposed to social media marketing. Although both are great, it’s recommended to have both as a small business.