This week, we’ve covered some vital pieces of your digital marketing strategy. All of these pieces fit together to make a puzzle that works for itself to market your business. In case you missed it, let’s do a quick preview of the components of a digital marketing strategy!


Online Advertising & SEO-SEO, or search engine optimization, is the process of optimizing the content on your website for search engine results. SEO and online advertising work together to make sure you show up on the first page. Let’s face it, no one looks past the first page anyways!


Blogging-A blog is to your website as vitamins are to your body…a supplement! A simple (but necessary) way to improve performance. The more content on your website, the better! An easy way to get this additional content is with a current, optimized, blog.


Social Media-Ahhh, the new way of communication. As a business, if you do not have a social media presence, you are losing potential sales and business relationships. Social media helps to build and nurture a brand awareness. It’s all about going where your customers are, and your customers are on social media.


Email-Email marketing is an effective way to target your customers. In fact, it has an ROI of over 4000%! Email is an easy way to reach your prospects and leads to covert them into customers by providing them with helpful, relevant information.

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All of these components make up a digital marketing strategy. Yes, each component works on its own, but together they are a marketing powerhouse. A digital marketing strategy, when implemented fully and correctly, is the best way to market your business. Why? Because we live in a “digital age,” so to speak. The way to get the attention of your customer is by speaking to them in a language they already speak. Digital.

At SDB, we fully understand the details behind a digital marketing strategy. We work to make sure all of these components fit together to make a brilliant puzzle that works for your business! Ready to get started? Submit the form below and someone will be in contact with you.

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