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6 Steps of Digital Marketing

O (Overview) – Where are you now?
G (Goals) – Where do you want to go?
S (Strategy) – What route will you take to get there?
T (Tactics) – Tools to help you get where you want to be?
A (Actions) – Who is responsible to get you there?
A (Analysis) – Constantly looking back to check you took the correct route?

Why Irish Businesses Should Use Social Media

Facebook

1.8 million Irish people use Facebook every day
29% of Irish Facebook users are 25-34 years of age
87% of Facebook users log on via mobile each month

Twitter For Business

92% of Irish journalists use Twitter every day
The Irish population send more than 1 million tweets per day
700,000 daily Twitter users in Ireland

YouTube

77% of Irish YouTube users access the site once a week
1 in 3 people spend as much time watching YouTube as they do TV
31% of Irish users view tutorial videos regularly

Other Platforms

22% of the population use Snapchat daily & Spend an average of 1.43 hours using the app
24% of Irish people are on LinkedIn
15% of the population are on Pinterest
18% of Irish people use Instagram with 43% using it daily

Content marketing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant and consistent content to attract and retain your target audience or customer.

Content Marketing in Ireland

Is it worth it?

On-site videos increase conversion by 86%
Customer testimonials can increase conversion by 89%
B2B companies who blog can gain up to 67% more leads than those who don’t blog

Why Mobile Is So Important

Mobile marketing allows your business to communicate and engage with your target audience utilising any mobile device or network.

70% of Irish people now use smartphones
75% of the population access the internet at least once a day from their smartphone
1 in 5 people admit accessing the internet every waking hour of the day
57% of the population shop online

SEO in Ireland & Why You Need To Understand The Basics

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website in a search engine’s unpaid (organic) results.

75% of search users do not click past the first page of search results

Organic search traffic produces up to 35% higher conversion rates than traffic driven by equivalent paid search traffic

20% of searches on Google are related to location with 56% of smartphone users using their browser for local searches

Bringing It All Together Forming a digital strategy 

In order to create a shit hot, effective digital marketing strategy you need to utilize a combination of;

Great content production
Social media marketing
Mobile marketing
Search engine marketing & SEO

Digital marketing is all about providing content that is relevant, informative and engaging for your target audience/customer.

www.rogue.ie
hello@rogue.ie

6 Steps of Digital Marketing

O (Overview) – Where are you now?
G (Goals) – Where do you want to go?
S (Strategy) – What route will you take to get there?
T (Tactics) – Tools to help you get where you want to be?
A (Actions) – Who is responsible to get you there?
A (Analysis) – Constantly looking back to check you took the correct route?

Why Irish Businesses Should Use Social Media

Facebook

1.8 million Irish people use Facebook every day
29% of Irish Facebook users are 25-34 years of age
87% of Facebook users log on via mobile each month

Twitter For Business

92% of Irish journalists use Twitter every day
The Irish population send more than 1 million tweets per day
700,000 daily Twitter users in Ireland

YouTube

77% of Irish YouTube users access the site once a week
1 in 3 people spend as much time watching YouTube as they do TV
31% of Irish users view tutorial videos regularly

Other Platforms

22% of the population use Snapchat daily & Spend an average of 1.43 hours using the app
24% of Irish people are on LinkedIn
15% of the population are on Pinterest
18% of Irish people use Instagram with 43% using it daily

Content marketing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant and consistent content to attract and retain your target audience or customer.

Content Marketing in Ireland

Is it worth it?

On-site videos increase conversion by 86%
Customer testimonials can increase conversion by 89%
B2B companies who blog can gain up to 67% more leads than those who don’t blog

Why Mobile Is So Important

Mobile marketing allows your business to communicate and engage with your target audience utilising any mobile device or network.

70% of Irish people now use smartphones
75% of the population access the internet at least once a day from their smartphone
1 in 5 people admit accessing the internet every waking hour of the day
57% of the population shop online

SEO in Ireland & Why You Need To Understand The Basics

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website in a search engine’s unpaid (organic) results.

75% of search users do not click past the first page of search results

Organic search traffic produces up to 35% higher conversion rates than traffic driven by equivalent paid search traffic

20% of searches on Google are related to location with 56% of smartphone users using their browser for local searches

Bringing It All Together Forming a digital strategy 

In order to create a shit hot, effective digital marketing strategy you need to utilize a combination of;

Great content production
Social media marketing
Mobile marketing
Search engine marketing & SEO

Digital marketing is all about providing content that is relevant, informative and engaging for your target audience/customer.

www.rogue.ie
hello@rogue.ie

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Digital marketing road trip

  1. 1. Forming A Digital Marketing Strategy www.rogue.ie hello@rogue.ie +35319066160
  2. 2. 6 Steps of Digital Marketing O (Overview) – Where are you now? G (Goals) – Where do you want to go? S (Strategy) – What route will you take to get there? T (Tactics) – Tools to help you get where you want to be? A (Actions) – Who is responsible to get you there? A (Analysis) – Constantly looking back to check you took the correct route?
  3. 3. Why Irish Businesses Should Use Social Media Facebook š  1.8 million Irish people use Facebook every day š  29% of Irish Facebook users are 25-34 years of age š  87% of Facebook users log on via mobile each month Twitter For Business š  92% of Irish journalists use Twitter every day š  The Irish population send more than 1 million tweets per day š  700,000 daily Twitter users in Ireland
  4. 4. YouTube š  77% of Irish YouTube users access the site once a week š  1 in 3 people spend as much time watching YouTube as they do TV š  31% of Irish users view tutorial videos regularly Other Platforms š  22% of the population use Snapchat daily & Spend an average of 1.43 hours using the app š  24% of Irish people are on LinkedIn š  15% of the population are on Pinterest š  18% of Irish people use Instagram with 43% using it daily
  5. 5. Content Marketing in Ireland Content marketing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant and consistent content to attract and retain your target audience or customer. Is it worth it? š  On-site videos increase conversion by 86% š  Customer testimonials can increase conversion by 89% š  B2B companies who blog can gain up to 67% more leads than those who don’t blog
  6. 6. Why Mobile Is So Important Mobile marketing allows your business to communicate and engage with your target audience utilising any mobile device or network. š  70% of Irish people now use smartphones š  75% of the population access the internet at least once a day from their smartphone š  1 in 5 people admit accessing the internet every waking hour of the day š  57% of the population shop online
  7. 7. SEO in Ireland & Why You Need To Understand The Basics Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website in a search engine’s unpaid (organic) results. š  75% of search users do not click past the first page of search results š  Organic search traffic produces up to 35% higher conversion rates than traffic driven by equivalent paid search traffic š  20% of searches on Google are related to location with 56% of smartphone users using their browser for local searches
  8. 8. Bringing It All Together Forming a digital strategy  In order to create a shit hot, effective digital marketing strategy you need to utilize a combination of; š  Great content production š  Social media marketing š  Mobile marketing š  Search engine marketing & SEO Digital marketing is all about providing content that is relevant, informative and engaging for your target audience/customer. You must provide them with useful, valuable content across channels they want, on devices they use with search terms they enter when conducting a search.
  9. 9. Situational Analysis This is the first step in any digital marketing strategy. You must understand your current performance before you can set out goals and objectives. You must review; š  Demographics and behaviour of your existing audience š  Engagement and website referrals via social media channels š  Web traffic from mobile devices and operating systems š  Web pages – most popular, bounce rates & visitor flow š  Competitor– current performance and tactics
  10. 10. Basic SWOT To Understand Your Internal & External Situation Strengths S •  Your special marketing expertise •  A new, innovative product or service •  Location of your business •  An other aspect of your business that can add value to your product or service Weaknesses W •  Lack of marketing expertise •  Undifferentiated product or services in relation to your competitors •  Location of your business •  Poor quality goods or services Opportunities O •  Developing/growing routes to market e.g. online via website •  Mergers, joint ventures or strategic alliances •  Moving into new market segments that offer improved profits Threats T •  A new competitor in your home market •  A competitor has a new, innovative product Competitors have superior access to channels of distribution •  Taxation is introduced on your product or service
  11. 11. Goals Setting goals defines the end of your journey – where you want your digital marketing strategy to take you. In order to do so, they must be SMART. Specific – who will be involved, what do you want to accomplish, where will you do this, when will it be done, which requirements and constraints are involved, why are you doing this? Measurable – establish a concrete criteria for measuring progress toward the attainment of each goal you set. Attainable – identify goals that are most important to your business and develop attitudes, abilities and skills that will help you reach them Realistic – a goal must represent an objective toward which you are both willing and able to work to. Don’t set goals that you can’t and won’t achieve within a realistic period of time. Timely – set a timeframe for your goals. With no time frame to a goal, there is no sense of urgency.
  12. 12. Strategy Once you have an understanding of the current situation and you have set SMART goals, you can start planning your digital marketing strategy. š  Identify new markets your business could tap in to š  Improve the existing strategy e.g. Optimise your website for mobile or upgrade landing pages to reduce bounce rates š  Identify KPI’s – key performance indicators that will allow you to monitor and analyze your progress
  13. 13. Techniques Think of your initial strategy as a skeleton. Techniques will be the flesh on the bones. Your strategy will tell you generally how you’re going to achieve your goals while techniques tell you exactly how. So you’ve decided to go for a content marketing strategy to increase traffic to your site. Your techniques will focus on the content itself now; š  What content are you going to produce and when? Plan and schedule in advance š  When will you broadcast the content? Time of day, weekends etc. š  Where will you share the content? Social media, forums, email lists š  How will you tailor the content? To suit different audiences Here your initial situational analysis and broad strategy will come into effect and help you decide what techniques will yield the greatest ROI.
  14. 14. Actions Now that you have a strategy and set of techniques you plan on using, who is going to do the work? Planning is only half the battle. Implementation and actions are just as important. Here you must decide what team members will be responsible for each aspect of your strategy and when they will be implemented. Spend some time testing different systems, processes and tools your team can use to help plan, manage and analyze your marketing techniques. Play on people’s strengths – from your SWOT you will be able to identify internal capabilities for handling your strategy and techniques. If necessary, you may need to outsource or set up working relationships with agencies.
  15. 15. Analysis Consistent analysis and reporting is crucial to the success of any digital marketing strategy. You need to constantly measure all relevant KPI’s in order to make sure your strategy is driving you towards the goals previously set out. š  As part of your techniques, it is important to decide upon when and how you will generate reports to monitor your progress. š  Utilise the same processes and tools to collect your data in order to make sure the data is reliable and easily comparable.
  16. 16. Useful Tools Google Analytics – this is your best friend & it’s free! š  Real-time tracking š  Daily, weekly, monthly traffic reports š  Channels – organic, social, direct, referral š  Bounce rates š  Goal conversions š  User flow š  And much, much more
  17. 17. Scheduling & Content Monitoring Hootsuite Helps you track & manage your social media channels in one dashboard. Find content, monitor what other businesses are publishing and schedule posts for the future. Google Alerts It’s a great way monitor mentions of your business and your competitors businesses but it’s also a great tool for keeping on top of developments in your industry. Pocket Allows you to find great pieces of content, save them for when you have more time later to read them and access it on your laptop, phone or tablet device.
  18. 18. www.rogue.ie hello@rogue.ie +35319066160

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