Digital marketing is an ever evolving process. To enhance this process, you must understand how to effectively optimize your campaigns. Here are four ways to do so.
Building your digital marketing strategy can be a daunting task. Beginning anything can be daunting. Just trying to write this article was daunting. (I’m always in constant recovery from 20-minute stares into la la land.) Here are 5 steps to starting your digital strategy:
It’s one thing to report and show the right metrics, but it’s another to put your reporting efforts into context. To avoid getting stuck in the mundane world of reporting, here are few charts to use to spruce up your reporting:
The concept of Social Media ROI is very obscure. It’s like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Is it possible? Can we catch the four-leaf clover? Why, yes. With the evolvement of Big Data, there are several ways to correlate ROI with social media.
The key to tracking social media ROI depends on 3 things:
- Your industry/business model.
- The scope of your current social media presence and strategy.
- And most importantly, your overall business goals.
Now, there will be people, peers, and executives that may not immediately believe that it’s possible. But it’s a lot harder to measure the effectiveness of traditional marketing/advertising (like billboards, radio or TV advertisements) than social media. Data has allowed us to more accurately measure the success of marketing campaigns. (See the successes of Amazon and Netflix’s House of Cards.) Below is just one of the methods for measuring social media ROI:
It’s that time of the year where affection is laid on thicker than a snicker—Valentine’s Day. Soon you’ll see Facebook relationship statuses change real fast within a 24 hour time frame. But if you think about it, this “lovey dovey” (or not so “lovey dovey” season) is similar to the relationship executives and marketing managers have—managers proving their love for digital and social media ROI. Determining how to prove your love for social media ROI with concrete evidence is tougher than deciding on whether to use eharmony or match.com.. Here are 5 steps to proving your love to your boss.