Digital marketing is often confused with online marketing. Digital marketing is the process of
promoting a brand, service, or product on the internet. Put simply, Digital marketing differs
from traditional marketing in that it involves the use of online channels and methods that
enable businesses and organizations to monitor the success of their marketing campaigns,
often in real-time, to better understand what does and doesn’t work.
The 21st century has witnessed the development of a web presence in most companies. E-mail was
commonplace and there was technology allowing people to manage this fairly easily.
Customer relationship management (CRM) systems had been in place for some time to
manage databases. Some companies were placing banners on websites with a similar
approach to press advertising. Forward-thinking companies were working on their search
engine strategy and even working with some affiliates. All of this was online marketing and,
in time, online marketing teams and specialists would begin to appear. (Kingsnorth, 2016).
The most common form of digital marketing is the website of the organization and the
epicenter of all its online activities. In order to drive qualified traffic to a website, or
encourage repeat visitors and sales, savvy marketers include a combination of email
marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, and social
media in their strategy
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