A successful Digital Marketing involves several related elements
We don't believe in one-size-fits-all. We take all aspects like competitors, target audience, business objectives etc while strategizing a digital marketing plan. SWOT analysis is done carefully before planning and during the campaign, the plan is tweaked based on various inputs.
Social Media Marketing
Social Media has proved to be an effective tool for digital marketing, irrespective of the domain in which your business operates. With more than 3 billion people using social media every month, it one of the best ways to reach out to potential customers. We create extremely engaging content for different social platforms to attract more viewers.
Most frequent questions and answers
Social Media Marketing is helpful for all size and all kind of Businesses. It helps you-
- Know your customer better
- Builds trust among your existing and potential customer
- It gives your business a wide exposure
- It reaches millions of people with less cost
- This is the best way to connect and interact with your customer directly
Different channels are meant for different purposes. If you are engaging with only 1 or 2 of the social media channels, you might be at the risk of missing a segment of potential customers. It depends on your business domain. Based on your business line you can omit 1 or 2 of the channels.
Embedding Social Media feeds and profiles is always good to get connected with more n more people, especially for small business. You can also request other sites to display your SM feeds on their website.
Through Social Media Marketing you can publicise your products/services in various social media channels like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest etc.
Search Engine Marketing refers to the paid adverts that run on search engine sites like Google Ads, Display Ads etc. Majority of the Social Media Channels have free subscription, so for Social Media Marketing(SMM) you don’t need to spend, but for Search Engine Marketing(SEM) you need to pay Google or other search engines where you are running the Ads.