A Professional Digital Pl Content Development, And Marketing Campaigns

1743 WordsDec 13, 20157 Pages
“Over Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend over $14.7 billion in online sales took place, over half of those on mobile devices.” Market Watch We live in the age of digital marketing, like it or not. Without a web site touting your wares you will be dropped from the map that the herds of shoppers peruse. Obviously, the first step to be a marketer in the 21st century: get a web site in place with your own domain - one that you own. With that accomplished you must determine what degree you want to participate in the evolving, and essential, three segments of a professional digital plan: content development, web site development, and marketing campaigns. Let’s take a closer look at each of these so understand if you are making the best steps to advance your cause. Content Development Having quality content is the core of any successful web site - across all business markets and industry categories. Typical this happens in phases for a small or medium size business. In a large business there is usually a web developer on staff. Meaning, with a full time resource, that kinda commitment produces an automatic content creator will churn out content constantly. “Create a useful, information-rich site, and write pages that clearly and accurately describe your content.” ~ Google Web Master Small and medium size businesses, in my experience, hire a local resource to produce their web content. I have to add, that most businesses I work with get bombarded with calls offering

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