What Is Digital Marketing? – infographic

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What Is Digital Marketing? – infographic

What is digital marketing?

It’s a pretty expansive question, but let’s try and sum it up in a single sentence: digital marketing is the promotion of brands using all forms of digital advertising, which includes, but is not limited to, websites, search engine optimisation, search engine marketing, cost per click advertising and social media.

Without digital marketing, it’s almost impossible for any brand to make any kind of impact on the web. And while these tools aren’t difficult to learn per se, they do require time and effort to make them work well and efficiently. Moreover, it’s likely that they will never be mastered, as they’re shifting and evolving all of the time. All you can really do is borrow as much knowledge as you possibly can for this moment… and then keep on learning.

The infographic below takes a closer look at digital marketing.

What Is Digital Marketing?

What Is Digital Marketing?

Source: Agencyplatform.


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21 Reacties

  1. RadeBigMan 30 mei 2013 om 09:51

    very interesting…

  2. Andrew V Lambie 30 mei 2013 om 09:52

    love your infographics!

  3. Andrew V Lambie 30 mei 2013 om 09:52

    love your infographics!

  4. Milan Dartanjan 30 mei 2013 om 09:52

    Awesome stuff!

  5. Milan Dartanjan 30 mei 2013 om 09:52

    Awesome stuff!

  6. Milan Dartanjan 30 mei 2013 om 09:52

    Awesome stuff!

  7. Milan Dartanjan 30 mei 2013 om 09:52

    Awesome stuff!

  8. Eric Berg 30 mei 2013 om 09:54

    Great info here! SEO here I come.

  9. Mindy Stansfield Koch 30 mei 2013 om 09:55

    Lots of really great information here. Super infographic!

  10. Toon Kerssemakers 30 mei 2013 om 09:59

    Just the info you need abot digital marketing. Great!

  11. Howard Bailey 30 mei 2013 om 09:59

    Good infographic, thanks for publishing it!

  12. John Smiths 30 mei 2013 om 10:19

    This is sackful of info. G8

  13. Harold Gardner 30 mei 2013 om 13:32

    This is a great way to look at digital marketing

  14. Stephanie Epps 30 mei 2013 om 12:08

    Very interesting

  15. Branko Zecevic 30 mei 2013 om 12:46

    Great infographic and summary! Thanks!

  16. Osmaan 30 mei 2013 om 16:06

    Nice graphic! engulfing all dimensions of Digital Marketing in one picture.

  17. Eric Penn 31 mei 2013 om 07:19

    Thanks for this!

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  19. Mt Everest base camp Treks 1 juni 2013 om 10:09

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    Supplies are carried to the South Base Camp by sherpas or porters, and with help of animals, usually yaks. The North Base Camp has vehicle access (at least in the summer months). Climbers typically rest at base camp for several days for acclimatization; to reduce the risks and severity of altitude sickness. http://www.nepalguideinfo.com http://www.hikehimalayas.com Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com.

  20. Dean 2 juni 2013 om 09:04

    Great job. This is a good piece of content. The infographic really captures the essence of digital marketing.

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