The episode is about digital marketing for beginners. It is a continuation of EP408 and goes further in depth about what digital marketing is. Digital marketing is the practice of promoting products and services using digital channels such as social media, search engines, email and other platforms. This episode covers social media marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), email marketing, pay-per-click (PPC) advertising and content marketing. Tracy Brinkmann, talks about how digital marketing can help entrepreneurs, coaches, and course creators build their businesses online. He discusses the importance of digital marketing in today’s world and provide examples of how to use digital marketing tactics to reach and engage with their target audience.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a practice of optimizing a website and its content so that it ranks higher on the search engine results page. It is an important part of digital marketing as it can help increase visibility and drive organic traffic to the website. Key components of a successful SEO strategy include keyword research, which is the process of identifying the keywords and phrases that target audiences are searching for. On page optimization is another component which refers to elements in the website that can be optimized for the search engines. Additionally, businesses should always try to rank for their own name in order to increase visibility. SEO is an essential part of digital marketing as it helps to drive organic, free traffic to a website.
SEO is a key component of digital marketing that can help increase visibility and drive organic traffic to a website. It encompasses elements like page titles, meta descriptions, headers, content, backlinks, social signals, brand mentions, page speed, mobile-friendliness, and website structure. Examples of successful SEO campaigns include Maas’ Beginner’s Guide to SEO, HubSpot’s Blog, and Backlinko’s Skyscraper Technique. Measuring results is essential in optimizing an SEO strategy, and understanding the key components is vital in achieving success.
In this episode, Tracy discusses SEO and email marketing as two key components of digital marketing. SEO involves optimizing content and website structure to generate organic traffic, while email marketing involves sending targeted messages to subscribers to promote products and services, build relationships, and drive conversions. When it comes to email marketing, it is essential to build an email list, obtain consent from subscribers, and segment the list. The average ROI of email marketing is a very impressive 38 to 138 to one.
0:00:00 “Exploring Digital Marketing Tactics: SEO, Email, PPC, and Content Marketing”
0:02:28 “Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Key Components for a Successful Strategy”
0:04:22 “Understanding the Key Components of a Successful SEO Strategy”
0:08:40 “The Benefits of SEO and Email Marketing for Businesses”
0:10:56 How to Segment Your Email List and Create Compelling Content
0:12:21 “Measuring the Success of Email Marketing Campaigns”
0:14:16 “Exploring the Benefits of Email Marketing, PPC Advertising, and Other Digital Marketing Strategies”
0:16:38 PPC Advertising: Keyword Research, Ad Creation, Targeting, and Measuring Results
0:19:01 Exploring the Benefits of PPC, Content Marketing, and Experiences Campaigns
0:20:56 “Creating a Successful Content Marketing Strategy: Identifying Your Audience and Crafting Compelling Content”
0:22:41 “Establishing Thought Leadership Through Content Marketing”
0:28:01 Digital Marketing Strategies: Establishing Thought Leadership and Driving Conversions
This will drive engagement and loyalty that no like and trust me, like, man, I know this person. I’ve been listening to their podcasts for a year now I’ve been watching them on social media, I trust them. Yeah, it’s going to drive that engagement, it’s going to build that loyalty and by creating valuable content that provides insights and advice to your audience you’re going to build that trust you’re going to build that know like and trust vector and you’re going to establish a strong brand identity. Now, when you use each one of those independently, when you use them together, these tactics can create this cohesive digital marketing ecosystem that attracts, engages, and converts prospects into customers, into advocates, into Raving fans. For example, you could use your social media accounts to drive traffic to your website.
You can build their brand awareness. You can create that authority and drive conversions. PPC well, this is advertising that allows you to target a very specific audience with highly relevant ads, driving traffic to your website, generating leads and or sales all by targeting specific keywords and demographics. You can reach the right people with the right message right at the right time. And then finally, we talked about content marketing, which helps establish you, your brand, your organization, your company as a thought leader in your space, in your niche, in your industry.
I get these types of things. You could get them to in your niche. Social media marketing let’s talk about that for a second can drive you traffic from your website and increase your brand awareness by creating engaging social media content that encourages that it can be shared and creates that engagement. Right? You can expand your reach and drive more traffic to your website there you go SEO we talked about that helps improve your website’s visibility on the search engines driving more organic traffic to your site by optimizing your website’s content and structure for relevant keywords what is your folks are searching for? Remember got to know your target audience.
Okay? Again, social media marketing, SEO, email marketing, content marketing, these are all critical components of the successful overall digital marketing ecosystem. Each tactic plays a unique role in attracting, engaging, and converting potential customers into loyal advocates. Right? And then turn your loyal advocates into your raving fans. These are the people that are out there telling people about your services without you even asking them to.. I have one gentleman that this weekend actually was just yesterday, so it wasn’t even the weekend. Yesterday sent me two referrals because I helped him start his podcast. He’s like, oh, my God, tracy is so amazing. They were in a conversation they were like, I keep being told to start a podcast and he sent them my way, right? Just because I have established myself as the thought leader in that industry.
The program also features a blog that provides tips and advice on beauty and skincare. The program has been such a huge success and has get this, 10 million members. Imagine if you even had 1% of that on your email list by sharing whatever content you have in a newsletter. Yeah, about that. Now, content marketing again, is a powerful tool for building a strong brand identity, a strong thought leadership identity. Establish yourself as that thought leader in your niche, in your area, in your industry, and drive profitable customer actions.