In this day and age, few argue about the fact that businesses should use their potential not only on the Internet but also for communication and marketing purposes. In fact, websites and social media can be used to inform the whole world about your business and the goods and services that you offer. Your website is brochure/catalog/office/showroom/store (appropriate omission), and social media presence is a virtual meeting place where people visit to discuss and share things.
However, having a website and/or social media presence is just the beginning. Here are some important questions to ask yourself.
- What are my goals?
- Most companies choose to use the internet to create brand awareness, but also to build relationships online and sell online through an e-commerce store.
- What skills/capabilities are needed to successfully implement my internet strategy?
- Generally speaking, you need to integrate skills and competencies in 3 different areas: Communication, Marketing, and Technology.
- How "good" is my website?
- Developing a website that meets all relevant standards requires communication, design, marketing, and technical skills. Search engine optimization is the name of the game for many, and security is just as important as speed and user experience.
- How can I access social media?
- Similar to Item 3 above, do people visit and interact with your social media accounts?
- Do I need a mobile app?
- Surprisingly, some companies think that they need a mobile app when they are not, and vice versa.
- Am I doing what I need to get people to my website or social network?
- You need to make sure that you attract people to your online presence. What does it mean to have the best easy-to-use heart website or app if no one is using it?
- Do I have a content marketing strategy? Am I creating relevant content?
- Content is king, so Bill Gates wrote in an article published on Microsoft's website in 1996, "No company is too young to participate."
- Do I need digital marketing? Is My Marketing Plan Working?
- One general omission of agencies is that digital campaign results can be expressed in easily measurable indicators: CPV, CPM, CPC, or conversion. (See clause 10 below)
- Do I spend enough time to make my internet strategy a success? Is my digital team responsible?
- As with all strategies, implementing a good internet strategy will take time, once your website is online and your Facebook or LinkedIn pages are set up, you can sit back and relax.
- Do I understand metrics like Google Analytics and Facebook stats?
- Matrix is ??one of the biggest advantages of digital media over traditional media. Or, to put it simply, we get a lot of data online: the number of visitors, the number of clicks, the most visited pages, etc.
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