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Before launching an image or brand building campaign, it is necessary to capture all possible easy sale you can online and via mobile. By “easy sale” I mean those consumers who have decided to proceed in buying something you have to sell – whether it is from you specifically, from one of your competitors or the vendor is not yet decided upon but you do make or offer what it is the consumer is looking for. You must then be there where and when they are in research mode, or in the moments (hours & days) before they actually pass at the cash register, to influence where they actually go to spend their money.
With all the new possibilities constantly emerging in digital (online, mobile, gaming…) marketing and advertising, it’s easy for marketers to get a little lost, distracted and even focus on what’s really important, what should come first, and next and so on…
This is my effort to weed through everything and to put it in an order which I believe makes sense and is logical. Should you have additions or other ideas, please do not hesitate to share them with me in the comment box below. This may be the first edition of my “Digital Marketing Priorities” on this blog, but I’ve published two prior versions (additionally to this one) on my French blog (http://fr.titaninteractif.com) over the past couple years.
Local business is rapidly catching up with all manner of digital marketing & advertising opportunities presented to them. The difficulty often lies in that many local business owners do not generally deal with an advertising agency other than for creative purposes. Their marketing budgets encourage them to take their own media decisions.
I thought I’d come out and say it clearly. Some clicks actually matter, some really mean something – they are not all from the same window shoppers who act on impulse alone.
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There is a significantly different way in which Yellow Pages companies’ worldwide view the Internet, mobile and all interactive platforms than the way that traditional media companies view them.
This difference just came to me today as I was attending the Borrell Associates Local Online Advertising Conference listening to the directories’ panel discussion that followed the newspaper, radio and television panels. Just to disclose everything, I’m an online guy first and foremost and I work for a radio group – I’ve worked for 3 actually in the past 8 years.