The world as we knew it changed faster than many people change clothes. Computers became smaller and marketing strategies changed dynamics giving birth to digital marketing. New virtual tools became imperative for the stability and success of all businesses around the globe and traditional tools started their road to extinction. Undeniably digital marketing has changed
In the twenty-first century, what doesn’t grow and move as fast as everything else is considered dead? Similarly, email marketing by most millennials is considered outdated, and a dying tool. The future lays with social media and all of its charms, attractions, and ability to engage masses faster. I mean who doesn’t check their news
Mailing clients has been a major business driver for many corporations in the past, but it has also resulted in their downfall by getting reduced viewership, leading to lesser sales, and eventually a greater loss for them. There are many ways to revive a dying marketing strategy. Here are some pointers on how to revive
Ever since the web took over every aspect of the business, marketing through it became an essential tool for survival. Traditional marketing has become nearly extinct. This is where email marketing took its rise. It is still the most efficient and cost-effective marketing technique. By targeting specific clients and remaining budget friendly as well as
The entire concept of marketing is changing very quickly, and so are the tools used to market goods. Mass marketing has already almost entirely shifted online. YouTube has more viewership than most TV channels. Targeted marketing is being done through mass emails specifically made to target and appeal to the audience for which it is
Ever wanted to attract more customers and more repeat purchase than you were getting? Maybe you think you are doing it all right, but what if you weren’t. There are many ways to ensure a successful digital marketing campaign. However, no campaign is more reliable and not very heavy on the pocket than email marketing.
Like everything else around, our technology has overruled everything we do. From as simple as news to as great as social interactions. Emails have been around for some time now, and are still the most engaging tools employable to understand and captivate an audience. As well as to understand the market potential and clientele turnover
The world of marketing has come a long way from painted graffiti on walls and billboards. The world is a little too fast for all of that. Everything has evolved exponentially and will continue going at a much faster rate as time and distances reduce. STEDB challenges traditional marketing techniques in its own refined manner.