The importance of social media marketing is undeniable. There are multiple reasons behind the growing demand of social media marketing. At present, people are currently inclining towards social platforms, for staying in touch with old friends, and make some new one. So, people are hooked up in this platform. It is during such instances, when you have to rely on this platform for enriching the growth of your firm.
There’s no secret that marketing technology is a niche that changes quickly. But if you learn to keep up the pace, it can be an opportunity for both you and your company’s brand to stand above the crowd and gain momentum. Considering that most digital marketing strategies we have today are aimed at driving sales, how can we limit ourselves to the ones that actually work and don’t cost a fortune? Driving quality traffic and seasonal sales doesn’t have to be that nerve-racking. These 5 last minute tips might help shed some light.
Keyword difficulty and keyword research are among the most common phrases within the SEO industry.
In a way, we can observe keywords as an entrance barrier, allowing or preventing a blogger from competing. Keywords are very similar to real-life products: competition rises as the potential profit goes up.
1. Volume (number of monthly searches)
2. Competition (strength and number of competitors for a particular keyword)
We determine difficulty by assessing the competition. In some cases, difficulty will be so high that there will be no point in even trying to rank for it.
As it usually goes, keywords with high difficulty are connected to terms that have high search volumes. In the Internet world, number of searches is connected to exposure and potential profit. That being said, it is obvious why bloggers would be willing to compete for such keywords.
Have you ever heard the adage, “think global, act local”? If so, you’re in luck – but if not, don’t worry, it’s not too late to learn!
Since globalization entered the layman’s lexicon about two decades ago, the rate of connectivity among international markets has shot up proportionately as well. Of course, it makes sense – use Coca-Cola or McDonald’s as prime examples. These are brands recognized wherever you go in the world, and are some of the most successful global companies. This isn’t because everyone all of sudden got an appetite for a McRib or Big Mac or Coke Zero, but because these companies adapted their products (in both cases, food offerings) to local markets and palates.
McDonald’s is 100% halal certified in all of its Singapore locations, for example, and offers kosher beef hamburger patties cooked over charcoal in both Israel and Argentina (where there’s been a sizable Jewish population since World War II). In Japan, McDonald’s offers green tea milkshakes.