Sure, you market your business online. You built a basic website 5 years ago, have Facebook and LinkedIn pages, and when you have time, you post updates or pictures. Isn’t that what digital marketing is all about? Well, not quite.
This past year has been hard. For all of us. At Metta Digital Marketing, we are grateful for the loyal clients with whom we’ve adjusted to new plans and new ways of conducting business. Continuing to work together has been mutually beneficial; we really are all in this together.
2020 not only changed our daily habits, but the chaotic year also changed the way most of us conduct business and interact as consumers. On-line sales skyrocketed, as people spent more time on social media, streaming services, and videoconferencing. Some of those changes are likely to last, as consumers embraced the convenience and ease of digital purchasing, working, and playing. Take a look at digital marketing trends to watch in 2021.
Depending on your industry, Facebook can be a competitive place to spend a portion of your digital marketing dollars. Facebook is very much a pay-to-play environment, but it’s relatively inexpensive; and Facebook’s advertising platform includes not only Facebook, but Instagram and Facebook’s “Audience Network.” A careful evaluation of your market demographic and campaign goals will help you decide if Facebook is your best option.
Marketing is all about communicating a message to the right audience at the right time. However, in this time of COVID-19, what is the right message or right time? Where does marketing fit? We’ve found ourselves on an unmarked path, and next steps are not clear for many of us.
When it comes to comparing eCommerce platforms, there's no clear winner. Which platform is best for YOU? Read on as we offer an unbiased comparison of WooCommerce vs Shopify, the industry's top two platforms for selling products online.
WordPress has announced the impending arrival of a new text editor - Gutenberg - for the popular content management system. This roll-out comes after nearly a decade with few changes to their existing visual editor which uses, primarily, shortcodes and HTML.