As we emerge from the living hell that was 2020, the process of reshaping our businesses for success in the new, hopefully better, year, is likely going to include digital marketing. Let me rephrase, it needs to include digital marketing. Why? Because there are 4.66 billion people online every day. With the right efforts, you can reach a healthy fraction.
Check out these statistics on the most effective forms of digital marketing to determine which will work for your business.
For anyone who thinks email marketing is fading into the digital cemetery to join the likes of Friendster, MySpace, Ask Jeeves, and ChaCha, I have just one thing to say:
While email is nothing new, the development of how emails are presented changes and grows each year. From animations to personalization to graphics and video, emails have the ability to inform, entertain, and build brand awareness and loyalty—and, they are one of the most effective ways to keep and gain customers.
Check out these email stats from 2020:
Thinking of cutting back on your email marketing? Think in a 180 and instead, improve your efforts. Email marketing remains one of the most effective ways to build your business and generate more revenue. The trick is making good emails that are relevant, engaging, and visually appealing to users. Need help with that? We got you.
Since the birth of social media, it’s relevance has only increased each year, and—SURPRISE!—that is not changing anytime soon. These platforms are now as integrated into daily life as our morning coffee, so use them to your advantage.
Check out these social media stats from 2018-2020:
The best part about social media marketing? You can let your creative juices flow like wine at a wedding. Be bold. Take action. Build your brand voice. Connect with your consumers. You have the ability to reach thousands, heck, even hundreds of thousands of people with the right social media marketing strategy. So go on, there’s only 3.5 billion people out there waiting for new content.
Speaking of content—you need it. A lot of it. And it has to be
Why? Because content is being produced by the billions every single day. That’s right, billions. With more than 4.4 billion internet users each day, content streams in from private accounts, public accounts, marketers, policitans, brands, bars—you name it. To compete with billions means your content needs to be worth billions.
To make content marketing that matters and yields the results you want, you need to:
These are just a few of the many marketing methods that generate leads, grow businesses, aqure loyal customers, and grow brand awareness (oh, and make you money, of course). I could go on… and on and on, but to stick to one of the golden rules—streamlining content—I’ll let this information marinate for a while.
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The average person spends nearly 20 hours a week on social media. How does yours rank?