If you’re new to Digital Marketing (or just need a refresher), then you’re in the right place – welcome to Digital Marketing Basics.
Digital marketing is such a sprawling landscape of different channels and platforms that it can be hard for anyone to keep up, or even know where to start. That is where this series of guides come in. Each one is intended to tackle a core part of digital marketing so that you can get a basic understanding and feel for why you should care about something in the first place. Once you have mastered the basics, you can use our digital marketing guides to learn more advanced techniques.
But for right now… let’s start from the beginning.
Digital Marketing Basics Guides
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Digital Marketing is full of jargon. That’s why all through this site wherever you see a word with a dotted underline, that means it is linking to our Online Advertising Glossary. We don’t suggest you read the whole thing, but it’s important for you to know it’s there for whenever you need it.
Why do you even need a website to start with? A helpful primer on 10 ways a website can help any business.
If you’re looking for a web host that’s actually decent and is going to guarantee your website has a solid host with a good reputation, then you’ll need to know a few important factors before you dive in.
Once you have a blog it’s important that it gets noticed. Find out a few simple techniques to get your blog picked up by Google, and how to get it ranking.
Guest Posting seems counterintuitive – writing for other people for free will just benefit them right? Wrong. Find out some of the benefits here.
SEO isn’t rocket science. In this beginner’s guide to on-page SEO are some ways for you to grow traffic from Google to your website organically.
There are four ways to talk about individual online ads. Knowing the difference can help you deal with different stakeholders in a campaign.