Digital marketing can be a difficult venture for new business owners. Don’t worry! Once you get acclimated, it’s simple. Getting into the formulaic groove just takes time, and will also take a bit of research on your end. Here are some tips on how you can do marketing on your own online, as well as what you may want to outsource.


Content creation and SEO


Content is king in digital marketing. In your business, you’ll need to be pushing out consistent content regardless of what industry you are in. Primarily, this will build up your ability to rank well online. Your search engine optimization (SEO) compatibility will be directly tied to your content creation, which is measured by a few key factors. These factors prioritize: keyword targeting, the volume of your content, how well users can engage with said content, and the amount of time they spend engaged. Why are these all measured? They translate to sales.


Outsourcing sometimes isn’t necessary. However, this will come down to answering one key question: how much is your time worth? Unfortunately, SEO takes time and effort to learn. What would take a digital newcomer two to three hours will only take an expert about 20-30 minutes. This is why it’s often more cost effective to outsource some of the higher level, more detail driven digital marketing strategies to experts.


Google Ads


While seeing higher return, Google Ads falls into a very similar ideology. Your budget and time will be priorities, while also getting the right searches targeted will end up making all the difference as well. Luckily, we have some answers for you.


If you have questions on how to get started with SEO and content creation for your business, we’d love to speak with you. Give us a call today, and we’ll learn more about your business while giving you the best strategic practices to get more sales. Also, we’ll take the time to find which aspects of your marketing strategy should be outsourced, and which you can do yourself.


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