6 Reasons Digital Marketing Is Moving In-House

The beauty of are results forecast before the campaign; and measurable and trackable results after the campaign as well as optimization over time to enhance the business results. DIGICOM adopts performance based approach of digital marketing. Objectives are translated into quantitative Key performance Indicators, say nos of views, web traffic, sales and revenue. All campaign implementations details are driven towards achieving the quantitative goals.

A holistic digital marketing strategy and tactful implementation is your answer to increase sales revenue. The prevailing trend among traditional and digital marketers are to understand the operation / execution sides and nuts and bolts of the digital marketing for realistic planning strategy, better communication with vendors or inhouse execution of marketing campaigns for faster market response and better safeguard of your audience big data.

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“We have too many people,” he said, “too many contracts and too many approvals to be able to react and work effectively in a real-time world,” he said. “The work is moving closer to where the customers are, where the responses can be more rapid and connected.”

 

1. Agencies are slow. An executive from one of the world’s largest ad agencies told me that his company was too big – and consequently, too slow — to compete in the lightning-fast digital space.

 

SoDA describes this trend as “alarming” (and it is, if you work for an agency) but stops short of fully explaining why it’s happening. After interviewing several ad agency executives and marketing leaders in a diverse group of businesses — pharmaceutical, high-, manufacturing, retail, sports, and others — I’ve found a few common themes that could help explain what is going on.

 

But these companies aren’t getting rid of marketing – they’re just bringing it in-house. Mitch Joel, president of Mirum, recently has also noticed this movement of agency talent to the client side, calling it one of the most disruptive trends in the industry right now.

 

A new research report from the Society of Digital Agencies finds that in the past year there has been a dramatic spike in the number of companies who no longer work with outside marketing agencies — 27 percent, up from 13 percent in the previous year. This continues a trend The Association of National Advertisers first reported in 2013.

 

 

What Is Performance Marketing

The beauty of are results forecast before the campaign; and measurable and trackable results after the campaign as well as optimization over time to enhance the business results. DIGICOM adopts performance based approach of digital marketing. Objectives are translated into quantitative Key performance Indicators, say nos of views, web traffic, sales and revenue. All campaign implementations details are driven towards achieving the quantitative goals.

A holistic digital marketing strategy and tactful implementation is your answer to increase sales revenue. The prevailing trend among traditional and digital marketers are to understand the operation / execution sides and nuts and bolts of the digital marketing for realistic planning strategy, better communication with vendors or inhouse execution of marketing campaigns for faster market response and better safeguard of your audience big data.

DIGICOM Academy is pleased to announce as the educational partner of Digital Marketing Institute (DMI) based in Dublin. Enroll in Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing course; and earn the globally recognized, industry validated and academically credit rated certificate to advance your career. Studying with DIGICOM Academy, you got extra 5 hours on step-by-step guides of dashboard training on ad platform and technical tools taught by Digital Marketing Pioneers.

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The main benefit to performance marketing is that it’s 100% measurable. Thanks to new technology and advanced ad platforms, all your campaign metrics are tracked and reported for your convenience.

 

While major corporations can spend millions of dollars on branding, most businesses need to focus on the bottom line to stay profitable. Performance marketing puts power back in the hands of the advertiser.

 

As advertising becomes more transparent, advertisers are looking beyond branding to build marketing strategies with proven ROI. Performance marketing was born from a need to decrease cost per acquisition and increase ROI. With performance marketing campaigns, advertisers pay when a specific action is completed, rather than for impressions or clicks.

 

Today, performance marketing campaigns give you the ability to measure everything from brand reach to conversion rate down to a single ad. This new age of data-driven marketing has given advertisers valuable insight into their performance, which has helped them optimize their campaigns according to the best cost per acquisition.

 

Performance marketing has completely changed the way companies advertise and sell products. It has also impacted the way we measure the success of marketing campaigns. In the past, attribution was nearly impossible.

 

 

Digital Progression

An Omnichannel approach of Integrated leveraging on Audience big data in every stage of the consumer buying funnel is the mega trend of digital marketing.

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On the one hand, marketers can now reach consumers anywhere, at any time. And because more and more channels are “addressable,” the data needed to track touchpoints in the consumer journey and personalise individual experiences is in limitless supply. Yet on the other, turning this fragmented, often disparate data into a complete and usable picture of individuals and the influence of each touchpoint can be a hard task; especially when marketers use outmoded methods that measure performance within channel silos or give all of the credit to the last touchpoint experienced by a consumer before converting.

 

Since then, the development of new technologies – from smartphones and wearables to intelligent personal assistants – has only increased consumer demands for speed and convenience. With the emergence of these devices have come even more ways for individuals to view content, browse products, and connect with brands. In fact, the average consumer uses three of their seven smart devices daily, and 79% even switch from one screen to another mid-activity.

 

The advent of the internet didn’t just create the “always-on” consumer; it also signaled the end of marketer control over communication. Where previously brands could project messages via a one-way funnel — be that radio, TV, or print — the web allowed consumers to interact with brands according to their own pace and agenda.  It also enabled a continuous, two-way dialogue between brands and consumers through a wider range of touchpoints.

 

For some marketers, digital disruption has moved too quickly. Alongside opportunities to engage specific audiences, there are also new challenges. With so many touchpoints, it’s become increasingly difficult to follow consumers across channels and devices, and even harder to determine which marketing and advertising campaigns are effective. Little wonder then that 40% are struggling to demonstrate return on investment.

 

Consider this: in 1995, there were 16 million internet users worldwide; today that figure tops four billion. Mass web adoption has driven improvements from healthcare to financial services, but along with this innovation has come higher expectations among consumers for personalised communications, products, and services.