On a recent trip to Silicon Valley, while waiting in the lobby of Digital Garage to meet an old friend, Greg Kidd, I had the good fortune of meeting entrepreneur Patrick Levy Rosenthal, the CEO of Emoshape.
Control groups are tricky.
And, in related news, new research from Orbitz shows that telepathy is not an effective marketing tool.
As a digital marketing firm, we are often tasked with improving clients’ online conversion rates — getting more leads, adding more subscribers to the company newsletter, increasing views of lead-generation content marketing assets, etc.
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At a recent SEO conference I attended, a marketer started his presentation by confessing that his firm had published over 1,600 articles in six years as part of an SEO program but that more than half of that published content had averaged less than 500 page views per article.
He was very disappointed in these results.
You’ve crafted the perfect landing page for your company’s new product. As you import the page into the CMS and take it live, you secretly congratulate yourself for producing the best piece of digital content you’ve ever created.
If you aspire to be a great digital marketing consultant, I know already that you have ambition, which, as it turns out, is one of the key characteristics for becoming a great digital marketing consultant.
Congrats! So far, so good. But what other traits are needed to master digital marketing? Here’s my take on the most important attributes, traits and characteristics that define success in a digital marketing career.