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SEM, CPC, ROAS, DSA, QS – the abbreviations in digital marketing are many and sometimes completely incomprehensible. From A-Z – this is the e-marketers glossary cheat sheet for some of the most common terms and words in search engine marketing!
Return On Advertising Spend (ROAS) is a marketing KPI many marketers use to track performance in Google Ads. It’s calculated as ROAS = conversion value / cost. In short, you can evaluate if your investment in online advertising is successful or not. With ROAS Target, you can take it to the next level by automatically adjust your bids depending on what goal you have.
Your market and every customer in it is unique with their own set of demands and needs. The goal is to identify their individualities and try to adjust to the customer's specific needs. And if you do it the right way – it will be very profitable for your business.
A new report from Cisco says that online video will be responsible for 80% of all internet traffic. YouTube is by far the most popular video sharing site online with over one billion highly engaged users and over one billion display hours every day.
Your customers are definitely there – but succeeding with digital marketing on YouTube will take a lot of work. You need to create high-quality content and invest in testing and targeting to be successful. But it will be worth the effort.
Everybody wants to use AI in their digital marketing, but very few understand it well. That’s every marketer’s predicament. AI is all about tackling the previously unsolvable problems in digital marketing with smart technology – and without losing the human aspect of it. But how are we ever going to start benefiting from AI and machine learning, if we don’t know how to make the best use of it?
Google Ads and Criteo are the most common tools to use for re-marketing. Re-marketing is when you create personalized ads for people that have previously visited the advertiser’s website. Both are advanced re-marketing tools, suitable for companies of all sizes. So how will you decide on which one to invest your time in?
All people who've come and gone have seen some sort of germ infestation take over their generation. So whether it's the bubonic plague or cholera; Corona is making the rounds this time.
And while we don't have control of what is happening externally, we do have control of how we can manage things internally.
Here's a guide on how to keep your immunity up this season!
Build your immunity!
Drink a lot of lemon and water as Vitamin C is extremely effective in fighting off germs. And viruses cannot survive in an environment high in Vitamin C.
Eat a lot of fruits and vegetable. Rinse the skins nicely and enjoy nutritious meals. As a good rule of thumb, the more colorful the fruit or veggies, more are the nutrients.
Lemon, honey, ginger and a pinch of turmeric in it, make an excellent immunity boosting beverage. Drink up!
Soak up the Sun!☀️
The World Health Organisation suggests 5-15 minutes of casual sun exposure a few times a week. And this is more than sufficient to keep Vitamin D levels topped up!
This one small action plays a crucial role in immunity and can help protect against a list of ailments like asthma, depression, heart disease and cancer.
Be like these puppers and get your daily dose of natural booster!🐶
Take steps to protect yourself
Since 60% of all clicks for US ecommerce are derived from Google Shopping, you can understand why investing a little - or a lot - of your time in this service is a good idea. Here are some valuable tips to stay on top of your Google Shopping game!
Running ecommerce companies takes a lot of effort! You need to source and develop products and work a lot with digital marketing. You need to be able to handle logistics and warehouse, and in addition to that, seriously consider what type of technology is best suited for different parts of your business. Here we’re offering some valuable tips on how to get your marketing operation as smooth as possible.