Did you know that a record one in four pounds was spent online during last month’s Black Friday…

 

Do you want to set a record like this for the January sales? Do you want increase sales by the thousands through the use of trending topics?

 

Then carry on reading this article…

 

At Coretium Media, we believe that digital marketing is the best way to get your online sales going.“Drink for Good” released a statement back in January which said that “Digital marketing benefited us massively when we were at low point of sales because of the different content promotion methods used within and digital marketing enabled us to be more targeted.

 

We found out what topics our target market were most interested in, what hashtags were trending and it’s really paid off”.

 

Do you want to benefit your customers and target the right people for your online retail business?

 

We did this for our client Tonya Brown who has become popular in the semi-permanent makeup world!

 
We benefited her by creating a digital marketing plan, including any requirements she had.

 

We began work on her social media accounts, increasing monthly customer engagements. We increased sales through the use of PPC, direct communication, social media, etc.

 
We created an article for her online blog “The History of Semi-Permanent Makeup “which got 1020 engagements on it. She got calls coming in by the hour and was really pleased with the results.

 

Overall, the purpose of digital marketing is to plaster your business across the internet to the correct target market using worldwide topics and “buzz words”.

 

The reason we apply this to our client work is because we believe brand awareness creates trust with your clientele. Further to this people like to engage with businesses and understand how it benefits them.

 
People like to keep up to date with what’s going on in the world and definitely like to check online to do so.

 

This can be found through the use of hashtags on twitter, advertising on Facebook.

 
Do you want to take the leap this January?

 

Written by Jessie Prentice