In the S.E.O world, a regular phrase used is ‘content is key’. What this suggests is that the content of a particular website is what determines the rank of a particular website. I suggest that you update your website at least 2 times per week if not more. The content should be at least 400 words long and should contain the relevant keywords for your business. When this is regularly repeated in a while, you will see the ranks of your website going up.

As a person with 3 years of experience in the S.E.O trade, I have come to a conclusion that many people with their nice ‘portfolios’ in the internet are nothing but fakes. You should not pay thousands of dollars for someone to just kid with you. Fire them and instead concentrate on better and cheaper search engine optimization for your website.

So what is it exactly are you going to offer your audience/customers? Once you have decided on the product or type of service to market, you will need a website. This is where you will need to decide if it’s something you can do yourself or outsource.

Create Awareness: Realization is the first step of the purchase cycle. Here people are made aware of their need for a particular product. For instance, consider someone who has just begun working. He sees an ad for a mobile phone with an email feature and realizes that he would need one. If this ad belongs to your brand, you have taken the first step and the user would like to search more on your brand.

But when you do find them, you then have to be sure you get the most out of the relationship. You and your agency should work in collaboration; although they offer the expertise you need in the duskin terteling field, you have the expertise they need to draw on to make sure their ideas resonate with your target audience.

Who is your ideal lead and how do you reach them? Create a profile for your best customer(s). This should include things such as age, gender, hobbies, job function, how do they shop (online or at stores), where do they shop, what they read, website do they visit, etc.

Just as my first character was about to be stenciled, a rowdy group moved into the booth next to me. Six people. Three of women and two of the men looked like they had just stepped out of a cloning machine. Same clothes, similar hair and similar gestures. The sixth guy was obviously the leader. Dressed in a William Fioravanti suit, this guy looked like a million-and-a-half bucks. His teeth were bleached white and gleaming. His face looked like he had shaven so close he was glowing. He almost looked too perfect or something. “Probably due to a fake tan,” I thought. I knew I had seen the guy before; he looked really familiar. Oh well, it was my afternoon off and I decided to not waste my time paying attention to Mr. Nice Suit and Super White Teeth. I closed my eyes and let BeeBee go to work.

To end this long winded and tiring explanation, “What is digital marketing?” Firstly, its very important and can generate quite a bit of revenue depending on what you are trying to do. Secondly, it’s ever evolving. Marketing on the web today is not the same as marketing on the web tomorrow or yesterday. Its a battlefield out there, between all the people trying to win us over, the consumers. It is also not that difficult to be successful on the web. I mean, I have had only a few classes on how to market on the web and I am sure that in the near future this page will rank high.