Ron Durant, CEO, e-Nertia MarketingGuest Blog Post by Ron Durant, CEO of e-NERTIA Marketing

At the end of the year, many marketers analyze the benefits gained from online marketing campaigns. At this time, you may be able to see solutions to problems within your business without understanding what steps to take to correct them. Some changes can look simple on paper, but trying to implement them can seem difficult. The big problem is that unless some steps are undertaken to correct these problems, they can multiply causing the requirement for additional work.

Some issues business owners run into is the hiring of new employees and creating training programs that take up a lot of valuable man power and add cost to the business bottom line. If spent wisely, this time and cost is not lost, but can be considered investments in the future.

To help manage these problems and create solutions, it is best to break them down into manageable parts. This should start by organizing them into groups such as financial, employees, and marketing, which includes online marketing campaigns. Once this has been accomplished, rank items within each group according to importance to create a road map that gives you a place to begin. To become used to making the required changes, you may want to start with smaller, easier tasks and work your way up to more complicated ones.

Now that you have a workable solution you will not feel so overwhelmed by your business’s online marketing year end review. Instead, you will be able to get on with making improvements to your business so that it is ready to face another busy year. by making these online marketing changes, you will have a stronger business ready to meet the competition.

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1 thought on “Changing Online Marketing Based On the Year End Review

  1. Velma W. Stephenson

    New forms of marketing also use the internet and are therefore called internet marketing or more generally e-marketing, online marketing, “digital marketing”, search engine marketing, or desktop advertising. It attempts to perfect the segmentation strategy used in traditional marketing. It targets its audience more precisely, and is sometimes called personalized marketing or one-to-one marketing. Internet marketing is sometimes considered to be broad in scope, because it not only refers to marketing on the Internet, but also includes marketing done via e-mail, wireless media as well as driving audience from traditional marketing methods like radio and billboard to internet properties or landing page .

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