How to Succeed with Online Communication
Online communication follows the rules of traditional advertising: you want messages that your visitors (both humans and search engines) comprehend, like, and remember.
Do the elements of your internet advertising, such as text, headline, titles, images, videos, jingles, and so on speak a language your audience understands? If your internet advertising is not immediately understood, your business communication is worth nothing.
Do visitors like what they see, read, and hear at your website? This is not just a matter of being creative. Rather it relates to the relevance of your internet advertising to the needs of your visitors, again both humans and search engines. If your internet advertising does not generate a positive reaction, your business communication is worth nothing.
Does you internet advertising stick in people's minds? If not, again, your business communication is worth nothing.
Further, does your online advertising include a clear call-to-action? When visitors enter your website, your messages should push them to take action, for instance, to buy your products online, request a callback from one of your consultants, download a file, watch a video, etc. Testing how visitors behave when visiting your website is the key to increasing the likelihood of converting passive visitors into active clients.
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Integrating online advertising into your Business Communication plan
Online advertising is part of modern communication plans.
We at MarketingStat disagree with those who talk about a separate digital strategy, or web strategy, internet strategy and the like. You would not distinguish, for instance, between the mathematics you use for home finance and that used for business finance. Just as math is math, online advertising is advertising. It is an integral part of the communication strategy, which is still made up of a copy strategy and a media strategy.
Sets the goal and describes the benefit, support and tone of your advertising, and does not vary whether you refer to print media, TV, or the internet. Your copy strategy applies to all media.
Describes the how, when, and where of your ads for the selected channels and media. The internet is a new channel that has been added to the existing print, TV, radio, outdoor and cinema channels. While some of the traditional media, such as press releases and articles, also apply to the internet channel, new advertising media such as links, social media, blogs, etc. apply only to the internet.
The only significant difference is that internet advertising speaks to both human beings and search engines. MarketingStat experts know how to speak both languages.
Don't waste any more time and money. Request a callback from a MarketingStat online marketing expert right away. Modernize your communication plans and start profiting from online advertising.