Preventing digital marketing saturation
The digital marketing world is quickly becoming saturated and consumers are noticing it, too. One survey conducted in 2017 by market research firm eMarketer showed that 7 out of 10 respondents agree that digital ads are now more intrusive compared to what they were three years ago.
The saturation of digital marketing can also be noticed by the number of ads displayed in social media pages and websites. It may be attributed to the ease and affordability of advertising online. Many firms have also channeled their budgets to online marketing.
This current state of the digital marketing sphere calls for more creativity and craftiness from marketers. If you are one of those people who want digital content to stand out from the rest, keep in mind these simple pointers:
Digital marketing requires a good mix of tools
It’s easy to fall in love with social media campaigns, pay-per-click ads and email campaigns when promoting goods or services online. However, digital marketers should also mix other kinds of online marketing tools and techniques. The use of blogging, for example, is an effective way to educate the target audience. Webinar and live events, on the other hand, can increase customer engagement.
Digital marketing should also entertain and entice the audience. One way to entertain online readers is to produce short animated videos. Meanwhile, offering something of value like a free trial or free e-book can entice prospective customers into trying your products.
Tapping non-digital options can also help
Online marketers should also not forget to use other non-digital marketing tools. Tapping these and using to complement their digital marketing efforts will help in ensuring the prospective clients and existing ones won’t feel overwhelmed. Some of the traditional marketing techniques that may be tapped in consonance with online marketing efforts include direct mail, print advertisements, and trade shows.