Frequently asked questions

digital marketing is the promotion of products or brands via one or more forms of electronic media. Digital marketing differs from traditional marketing in that it involves the use of channels and methods that enable an organization to analyze marketing campaigns and understand what is working and what isn't – typically in real time.
searching (the internet) prior to shopping, dining, vacationing, and most other actions has become the norm for most buyers. There is a premium on time and budgets are tight for families. Searching the internet saves time and money…and if you're not there, your competitors (who have a web presence) will gain your prospective customers.
Social media is the collective name for social networking sites (e.g. Facebook and Twitter) and other peer-to-peer sharing sites (e.g. Flickr, YouTube and Pinterest).
The core philosophy behind social media is peer-to-peer sharing. Sharing experiences, products, memories, views and opinions. This desire to share can extend to companies' and organisations. The key factor in users of such sites sharing companies' updates is engaging, interesting and useful content. The burden is therefore on companies to produce high value content which users would want to share.
Using social media for marketing
In marketing terms, social media is used as the modern-day equivalent of word-of-mouth marketing but at an exceptionally quicker speed.
AdWords can be an effective use of your marketing budget for all types of businesses. Do you work in a long lead cycle and need new sign-ups or registrations? Do you provide a service to a specific geographic area? Does your company sell industry-specific enterprise software? Are you a local pizzeria? All of these business models could benefit from AdWords’ ability to lower your cost-per-lead and drive qualified traffic to your website.