Everything can be sold online, anywhere and anytime. It sounds fantastic, until you set realistic goals for your marketing budgets.
Targeting and engagement is the key to successful Internet marketing. Its primary tools include search engine optimization (SEO), and pay-per click advertising (PPC). When setting your goals for 2022 and beyond, you’ll need to take into account all four.
Each website is constantly ranked and measured, making it easy to see where you are and whether or not your marketing dollars have been spent effectively. However, where you start will determine where you end up.
Do you want to rank among the top five search results on Google? Or do you prefer the top ten search results? Are you required to be verified on Facebook or Instagram? How many endorsements, ratings and testimonials do you need to get your domain authority to the top?
There is no one solution for everyone. Sometimes, just moving in the right direction can be enough. However, whether you are aiming to engage an audience, build an audience or convert leads, the most important thing in the virtual world, is trust.
Nail the Landing
It doesn’t matter if a user clicks on an advertisement or enters a Google search phrase, it is important to know where they land. It’s not enough to get all the people to your website.
At a minimum, you should have goals regarding sales conversion, follow ups, and engagement in calls-to-action (CTAs). Your marketing budget will be wasted if you spend a lot on PPC or SEO that leads users to a black hole.
Unknown facts say that your website’s quality is directly related to your SEO, PPC, and finally your domain authority. This is basically your “trusted” rank in the Internet.
You must create a site that is engaging and high quality in order to improve your SEO. To find out where you are falling short, benchmark yourself against other sites.
Granularity is rapidly disappearing, it’s not secret. Apple required third-party apps to ask permission to track their users’ data in April. Flurry reports that only 18% of iPhone owners in the U.S. have given this permission.
Google announced plans to eliminate third-party cookies by the end of 2021. This means that you will need to either grab the visitor’s data yourself or lose it forever.