Year-end is in sight and businesses around the world are starting to shift their focus more toward 2019. With the correct data, companies can use this time to reflect on last year and finalise next year’s marketing strategies. From social media and email marketing to PPC and SEO trends, it’s all about refining targets and setting goals.
The aim of any business should be to increase conversions and profit margins through an improved lead generation strategy. While that sounds pretty straightforward, it does involve some hard work and tough decisions for the New Year. The world is expanding at a rapid pace and people are becoming more tech-savvy. Customers are better informed in terms of digital marketing which means a winning SEO strategy for 2019 is essential. Continue reading →
Many of you will have experienced all the trials and tribulations associated with web traffic but no conversions. There is nothing quite as frustrating especially if you know your digital marketing strategy is fully optimised. Fact is, it’s more common than you might think but there is a solution and it’s called, ‘remarketing’.
There are many reasons why people don’t buy on their first visit and it’s not always your fault. Some may just be surfing the web while others could have clicked the wrong button and forgot how to get back to your site. Anything is possible but it’s best to be prepared for all eventualities. You won’t always know the reason behind their decisions but an effective remarketing campaign can help get your visitors back. Continue reading →
Building a memorable brand is all about consistency using a brand style guide for maximum impact. The best brands stay on top because their presence is defined by the repetition of the same logo, design, typography and colours. If potential customers see these elements enough, they become instantly recognisable. This generally provides a clear sense of trust, reliability and security, encouraging engagement which leads to conversion. Continue reading →
Most digital marketers know by now that General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will take effect in May 2018. It will directly impact and disrupt email marketing while email 3rd party data is likely to fall away completely. As this new European regulation impacts data profiling, you need to comply with the new requirements before you’re allowed to send personalised and targeted emails.
In addition, changes in email filtering at ISP levels are set to rewrite deliverability rules as we know it. Continue reading →