Digital Marketing: something we cannot do without in our business and that can be very overwhelming, especially when you are starting out.
According to Hubspot, a leading marketing software company: “Marketing has always been about connecting with your audience in the right place and at the right time. Today, that means you need to meet them where they are already spending time: on the Internet.”
But knowing who your audience is and where it hangs out on the Internet can be very difficult, especially when you are just starting your business.
In today’s episode of the ProsperityOnAir podcast my guest, Marta Ceccato, will shed light on some aspects of digital marketing that can be a riddle to you when you are new to the online business world.
Meet Marta Ceccato
Marta is an award-winning social media and online marketing consultant with a proven track record of helping multi-million dollar brands build effective marketing strategies to drive growth.
After spending 15 years working with brands like Johnson & Johnson, PayPal, Diageo, King, Tesco, she founded Sapiens Media Coaching with the aim of helping entrepreneurs harness the power of online and social media marketing to grow their business without breaking the bank.
Marta is also one of the amazing speakers at the Women Who Dare to Desire Conference, magnificently designed and organized by Debora Luzi, my special guest in Episode 22 of the ProsperityOnAir podcast.
This is what we’ll cover in today’s episode:
- What Digital Marketing is about
- How to clearly define your ideal customer
- Questions you need to ask yourself to be clear about your ideal customer
- The digital marketing steps you need to take when you are starting out
- Consistency is key to drive organic traffic to your website
- The importance of outsourcing certain parts of your business even when you are starting out and on a budget
- Trust: a magic ingredient to ensure success for your clients and for yourself
and much more
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Now it’s your turn! Do you know with absolute clarity who your idea customer is? What are you doing to reach your ideal customer?
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