As the digital marketing industry evolves, so must you. Our rallying cry at Noble Studios is “Let’s be better every day!” so our team has spent a substantial amount of time researching digital marketing trends for 2019 to make sure our clients remain at the forefront.
Let’s be honest, we all struggle with charging what we’re worth. We know that the work we do has real value, but how do we price our products and services accordingly without creating sticker shock and losing customers? Thankfully, Blair Enns is here to help with a special keynote luncheon on February 6 that you can’t afford to miss.
As the digital marketing industry evolves, the approach you take to reach your audience needs to keep up the pace. Our rallying cry at Noble Studios is “Let’s Be Better Every Day!”, so our team spends substantial time researching what’s next in digital marketing to make sure our clients are at the forefront when it comes to digital strategies. And we can tell you, 2019 is going to be full of innovation. These five tips will help put you ahead of the curve.
Do you know which forces will drive your businesses’ marketing efforts in 2018? Do you understand how to quickly have an impact on your conversions and sales, even if your knowledge of such complex topics as SEO, content personalization and A/B testing is limited? If the answer is no, fear not. Here’s what you need to know.
If panelists of the 2nd Annual NCET State of Digital Marketing luncheon were knights of the round table, then content would still remain king. But being king is more than simply owning a position. It’s leading with a vision and mobilizing villagers to take action toward something more meaningful. While the tone of the inaugural event in 2016 revealed trends on content positioning, the 2017 event had a strong emphasis on influencers and customization.
Digital is kind of a big deal these days. This year, digital advertising spend will surpass television for the first time in history. And by 2021, digital is forecasted to represent a whopping 50 percent of all ad spend, with television down to just 33 percent. While this growth is truly amazing and a great opportunity to acquire more customers, it creates additional pressure for businesses large and small.
With most purchases, mobile comes first. Users spend most of their online time on mobile devices, with more than 91 percent of Facebook usage on mobile. This means digital marketers need to consider second screens as primary vehicles when developing websites, social media or email campaigns. Today, social media favors influencers.