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The Digital Marketing Guide for Non‑Digital Marketers

SEO essentials, including link building and content marketing

Best practices for growing your audience online

The benefits of digital marketing versus traditional marketing

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This free downloadable eBook offers an expert overview of digital marketing fundamentals, with insights that span the full scope of marketing online.

The Digital Marketing Guide for Non-Digital Marketers

There has been a sea change in the way businesses, organizations, and brands are marketing. The past decades have seen a massive shift from traditional marketing and advertising to online methods, and businesses of all sizes are seeing more results while spending less. Digital marketing has developed into a multi-faceted discipline and has seen tremendous growth year-over-year. Learn the essentials of digital marketing in plain language with The Digital Marketing Guide for Non-Digital Marketers.

Topics covered include:

  • SEO best practices
  • The importance of quality content and digital strategy
  • Cost comparisons between traditional and digital marketing
  • Overview of paid media
  • Social media marketing insights
The Digital Marketing Guide for Non-Marketers

Why study digital marketing?

Digital marketing has disrupted the marketing and advertising industries, and is changing the way organizations operate. Since the early days of search engines and e-commerce, digital marketing has become a more holistic, all-hands-on-deck priority for organizations, where marketing is the responsibility of each member of an organization.

This fast-growing industry has streamlined promotion, sales, retail, the way we consume information, and beyond. Learning the core aspects of digital marketing will empower you to thrive in an increasingly digital working world.

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