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3 stages of a successful digital marketing campaign
27 March 2018

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The 3 stages of a successful digital marketing campaign

When it comes to digital marketing, it’s important to be ahead of current trends and developments. Falling behind in such a fast-moving industry could put your reputation at risk and even have an impact on your business’ bottom line. From customer behaviour and interests, to decreasing marketing budgets and new technologies, there’s a lot to juggle. In this article, we explain the three stages of a successful digital marketing campaign.

 

Research and strategy

Before launching, it’s important to conduct research into your target market. This will help you establish a comprehensive – and relevant – plan of attack.

 

When researching, the aim is to really understand who you’re targeting. Discover their pain points and think about how your product or service alleviates them. Personas and customer journey maps are excellent resources that paint a clear picture of your typical customer or client and can be referred to at any point during your campaign.

 

Once you’ve discovered exactly who you’re targeting (and how you’ll speak their language), it’s time to create a framework around how best to launch your messages. This is where you’ll set your KPIs, define your objectives and timelines and compare them against your budget. Ensure that your goals are specific and measureable, define the channels you’ll utilise and make sure you keep track of results as you go.

 

To work out how you’ll stick to your budget, list your campaign segments in order of importance. Then, allocate a portion of your budget towards each section and work out how much time to spend on each part. This is crucial to avoid overspending.

 

 

Execution

Now that you’ve established a campaign strategy, it’s time to get the ball rolling. Based on your timeline, you should have a clear idea of what activities need to be actioned and when. Some of these might include:

  • Social media marketing
  • Web designing
  • Email marketing
  • Cold calling

Allocate these tasks to the appropriate staff members and to keep them accountable for each of their responsibilities. Gather all of the assets you need before your launch and store them in a shared drive where all team members can access them. That way you won’t waste any time searching for collateral, or realise at the last minute that you’re missing a key piece of marketing material. Encourage collaboration so that your team has a shared knowledge on your project’s progression – but do ensure that everyone is accountable for fulfilling each of their responsibilities on time and to budget.

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Post-launch

It’s the end of your campaign and you’re keen to see whether you’ve achieved your KPIs and successfully engaged your audience. Did you achieve the goals that you set in the strategy? If the answer, is ‘yes’, congratulations! If it’s ‘no’, consider where you went wrong and document the reasons why. Don’t be too disheartened if you didn’t do as well as you had anticipated – learn from your mistakes and use these learnings to achieve better results next time.

 

Launching your own digital marketing campaign requires meticulous organisation, quality research and effective execution. For web design and strategy experts who can help you from the start of your campaign, all the way to its completion, give JTB Studios – your experienced digital marketing agency in Melbourne – a call.

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