A digital marketing campaign is an online strategy with the goal of promoting a business’ product or service by increasing engagement, traffic and conversions. Figuring out how to reach, connect with and convert potential customers can be overwhelming, we put together this list 4 digital advertising campaign examples to help you understand which campaign can be more effective for your digital advertising goals.
1. Email Campaigns
Email campaigns need to be a must for small business advertising campaigns. At the forefront are email newsletters, which are very easy to set up. You place an opt-in form on your website so potential customers will know the latest updates about your company. These sign-ups are usually integrated into websites courtesy of email service providers. But what about those businesses that do not have a website of their own? Can they still use this type of campaign?
Of course. All they need to do is use their Facebook page. If they already have an email list, then they can pair it up with their Facebook page to start a nice little marketing campaign. The other type of email marketing campaign is a drip sequence campaign, which is a little more complex. This campaign works if you already have an active, existing email list or customer list.
Drip sequence campaigns allow your emails to be automatically sent out based on certain actions the user did or did not take. An example of a drip sequence campaign is if someone added your product to their online cart but didn’t check out. An email can be automatically sent to them reminding them of the product and prompting them to check out. Choosing between a newsletter-based email marketing campaign and a drip sequence campaign just depends on the nature of your business and what makes the most sense for you at this time.
2. PPC (Pay-Per-Click)
PPC ads have become a common and effective digital advertising strategy, but they can also be very expensive. In short, PPC allows your website to rank in the top paid search engine results for certain keywords people are searching on Google. If your business is using keywords that are considered popular (and other businesses are competing for them), then get ready to spend some top dollar for it. But if you want to avoid that and still use PPC effectively, you can always use the more affordable longtail keywords. Longtail keywords offer more options so you can find words that are cheaper and much more suited to your budget.
As for the ads format, you can take advantage of creating video ads. Based on a recent study by IAB’s 2019 Video Advertising Spend Report, video ad spend continues to grow. In fact, it has increased up to 25% this year. And also, 86% of marketers worldwide use video ads for their PPC campaigns. That’s how effective it is.
3. Content Marketing
Content marketing is a great option to drive traffic as well as engagement. In this campaign, you can use almost any kind of content that you have. Depending on what you have or what you want to use at the moment, you can go with blogs, infographics, videos, and more. Your content is going to be driven by your keywords. So what you really need here is content that is rich in keywords without losing its quality.
The primary driving force for your content is your blog post. So each post needs those quality longtail keywords that will drive traffic and leads. The key is to come up with and use great keywords. You can come up with these on your own, or you can use tools for finding great keywords.
4. Social Media
We all know the power of social media. It offers unmatched reach that other platforms find hard to rival. Let us be clear about one thing, though. For social media outreach to work, you need to have the willingness to invest in it. And we are talking both time and money here. Also important is the exact social media network that you want to focus your efforts on.
Do you want it to be on Facebook? Or maybe you want it on Twitter. Our advice would be to spend some time researching your target audience to see which platform they’re active on the most!. Depending on which platform you choose, there may be organic (unpaid) options, or it may be more of a “pay-to-play” platform. Regardless, we’d recommend setting aside an advertising budget to help you accomplish your goals on social media.