I came across an excellent article advising of the differences between many types of marketing currently on the minds of many in the marketing world. This would include:
Most may have heard of these terminologies, but do you really know what they are?
This may commonly be referred to as “Internet Marketing”, an incorporation of the previously mentioned methods of marketing. The purpose is to increase visibility to your website, blog, product and or service while providing a connection with your audience. Using a combination of ad-words and a press release service are an excellent, broad, yet targeted reach for immediate and quick recognition. Using a press release is an excellent way to kick start your social media marketing game as you can provide a link on your social media channels to your press release the day it goes out. From here, your press release may be shared through social media marketing.
When you think about it, the statement of being less expensive and more efficient for a customer to find you, rather than you looking for a customer makes sense. Achieving this may be a bit of art, but when it works can be very rewarding. The art includes attracting your customers with a hook. This may be through creation of valuable content that is specifically designed to appease your dream customers and typically results in qualified customers that will continue to return.
SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
The process of increasing website traffic or attention through the use of Social Media outlets like Pinterest, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn or other. From here, the efforts may take a life of its own through the social media universe and go viral. It is important, not only for this step, however every step along the way to keep information and content relevant in order to grow and rise within your community and search engines in an organic fashion.
With all the news about content marketing, it is imperative to have information that is of value to your customers that will beg to be shared or have links created to. Poor quality content is not tolerated and does not stag well for a good customer / business relationship. Sticking to quality content will mean customers will continue to link to the content, share it and come back.
Marketing in 2014 is different from even 3 years ago. Like the press release, which still has excellent value without links or by using no-follow links so have many other facets of marketing. A successful marketing plan does not use one single channel however a combination of all the above used in concert to organically grow your audience.Google+