It’s almost time to bid farewell to what has been a tremendously exciting year, perhaps not in terms of Brexit but certainly in the world of digital marketing. At the start of 2019, there were many predictions about the future of digital marketing and WSI also got on-board. Many of these mentions impact our industry and we had the privilege of sharing our expertise with you.
Keeping up with the ever-changing digital marketing tactics and strategies, analytics, software and technology is essential. If brands don’t do thorough research and remain vigilant, they will simply be left behind.
Some years ago social media changed the digital marketing landscape but, today, there are several more powerful forces at work changing the future of digital marketing tactics and strategies. Time is ticking by as 2020 is not far away and there’s no better time than the present to make a change.
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
In today’s digital world, most of us have used Alexa, Google Assistant, Cortana or Siri for voice search. Industry leaders are predicting that by 2020, between 20-50% of all online searches will be through voice. Now is the time to implement SEO best practices and techniques to optimise content for voice search and virtual assistants.
Google launched a major algorithm update in 2013, called the Google Hummingbird. It started to consider user intent and contextual meaning of queries. At that stage, marketers had to refine their strategies from stuffing keywords in articles to identifying and addressing the challenges of their audience.
Now, voice technology is another step in the right direction to improve user experience through semantics. Continue reading