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Leave these Digital Marketing Mistakes behind in 2023!

The space for digital marketing is ever-evolving and expanding. It is available to everyone, from big established brands to small, local businesses. All brands today are fighting to optimise their budget and achieve goals. While some are acing every step of the way, others struggle with below-average results.


If you're someone who is dissatisfied with the results brought by your digital marketing efforts in 2022, here are a few mistakes you must leave behind before entering 2023.


Overlooking the Website

Most businesses have a website to showcase and/or sell their products and services. While many believe in being creative on social media, the effort on the website is minimal.

Ensure to have a website that's compatible with smartphones as well as desktops. Further, invest in SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and SEM (Search Engine Marketing). This will help you drive traffic to your website.


Not Defining the Target Market

If the number of visitors on your landing pages is increasing, identify the common characteristics of those visitors. Try to group them and target the same group with your advertising communication.

If the generated traffic is not your target audience, it can be due to faulty marketing or misplaced digital advertisement.



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Unrealistic Goals

Many fall into the trap of unrealistic expectations. As a marketer or advertiser, being ambitious is brilliant. However, one must be rational while setting goals.

Many overestimate their business potential and end up dissatisfied. Don't aim for 5,00,000 customers during the first year. Not all visitors will convert, and that's reasonable.

Set short-term and long-term goals, and evaluate everything frequently. Check analytics and make necessary changes.


Not Personalising Communication

Digital marketing communication needs to be personal. It cannot be treated like traditional advertising from print or television media. Create communication that will engage your audience. Observe audience behaviour and accordingly share relevant messages.

Digital media is not a space where one size fits all. You must go to a deeper level to understand your audience.



(Source: Kevin Spear)



Spending Without a Plan

Many have a misconception that all paid ads reap results. However, such is not the case. You need to be mindful of your ad spending.

Always focus on creating a content plan. Whether it's for a month, a season or on a particular day, make a plan to promote your business.

Follow the strategy and spend accordingly.


Not Balancing Old and New

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