I often get a lot of questions about the difference between various aspects of a digital marketing strategy, but more recently, I’ve been working with companies that want to understand what should be in their arsenal so they can implement a plan for their online presence.
Here is a basic example of how a business can use all of tools listed above.
• Create a website so that your business has an online presence and can be discovered.
• Create regular blog posts that your customers find useful. This will help build your following and brand credibility.
• Create a landing page(s) that has a specific offer.
• Put proper tracking/analytics in place and then run ads promoting what is covered in your landing page.
In this day and age, most businesses have websites. In fact, customers expect you to have a website if you want to be perceived as credible. The problem is not all businesses build their website with the intention of catering to the end user — this causes massive issues.