5 Success Tips to Develop a Multilayer Digital Marketing Campaign

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People seek multiple ways of engagement. It can either be via social media, email, phone, or in person. The concept applies to both daily lives as well as marketing.  

If you’re planning to build a digital marketing campaign anytime soon, you’ve reached the right place. This blog will give you access to five success tips using which you can develop a multilayer digital marketing campaign.

1. Google PPC

Google pay-per-click (PPC) advertising will help your website rank on top of the search engine results so that it is visible to customers when they google related terms. It is crucial to research keywords attentively when planning your PPC campaign. Pay attention to the topic of the page you’re creating and select relevant keywords using the SEO tools.  

2. Paid Social 

If you’ve got something special to advertise, paid social media posts are a must-do. Use paid social media posts for advertising new products or services, special discounts, events, etc. Combine ads with organic content to convert your social media users to customers or leads. 

3. Organic Social 

While ads are a prime component of any social media strategy, having ads alone won’t be enough to build your brand presence. You also need to have organic content that you can regularly post on social media. You can create engagement and promote sharing by posting videos, memes, related articles, blog posts, question-answer posts, etc. 

4. Cross Promotions 

Leverage contacts by carrying out cross promotions via affiliate marketing. It can help you reach a whole new group of prospects while creating trust and awareness for your brand. When people do business with a company regularly; they probably trust it and would likely try a company it recommends. 

5. Influencers 

Influencers are as important to digital marketing as celebrity endorsements are to television advertising. In fact, sometimes, influencers can help a business more than celebrity endorsements. Influencers have stronger parasocial relationships since they have more online presence and are willing to engage with followers. So, followers have more chances of trying products and services that the influencers suggest or use.

About the author

Samita Nayak

Samita Nayak is a content writer working at Anteriad. She writes about business, technology, HR, marketing, cryptocurrency, and sales. When not writing, she can usually be found reading a book, watching movies, or spending far too much time with her Golden Retriever.

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