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Digital Marketing Quotes 50

Digital Marketing Quotes 50

You call it Digital marketing, Content Marketing, Social-Media Marketing or Online Marketing; all boils down to “I want more traffic. I want to get noticed, I want more sales, I want more conversions.”

Social media marketers and strategists are sure about two things. One is to focus on the emotional component of your target demographic, to understand their wanton and preferences and two to satisfy search engines through quality content and engagement. Can you strike a deal?

The following digital marketing quotes have been compiled intending to give a clear picture about the current trends in digital marketing that may help newbies to understand the “What is What” of online marketing.

Afterall quotes are sayings with experience and value attached to them.

Digital Marketing Quotes 50

  1. “As you go about creating new customer engagement programs and direct marketing packages for your brand, look for opportunities to give rather than to get. Whoever makes the first kind gesture, as studies show, tends to gain the most.” Jeanette McMurtry

  2. “Innovation needs to be part of your culture. Consumers are transforming faster than we are, and if we dont catch up, we’re in trouble.” Ian Schafer

  3. “We want to know what consumers are looking for, what their values are, and how can we meet their needs. It’s not just about Big Data; it’s about translating that into the truth.” Gayle Fuguitt

  4. “Dont say anything online that you wouldn’t want plastered on a billboard with your face (or logo) on it.” Erin Bury

  5. “To accompany the four Ps of classical marketing, marketers would do well to instil the digital four Cs, around conversation, collaboration, culture and compensation.” Zaid Al-Zaidy

  6. “Authenticity, honesty, and personal voice underlie much of what’s successful on the Web.” Rick Levine

  7. “It’s much easier to double your business by doubling your conversion rate than by doubling your traffic.” Jeff Eisenberg

  8. “Meaningful relationships are two-way, and that means constantly looking for ways to improve your customers lives.” Peter Friedman

  9. “Too often we tend to think of change in a very singular mindset, technology. But technology is not the real issue, not the root cause. It’s an effect, for sure… [but] the real driver of societal change is society itself, not your smartphone.” John Hayes, CMO at American Express, on how marketers interpret changes in what customers want

  10. “The data comes into the room from many sources, and you have to use that data like a modern-day orchestra leader, blending the inputs in real time in a combination that is as much an art as a science.” Louis Paskalis

  11. “On a broad scale, I see seo becoming a normalized marketing tactic, the same way TV, radio, and print are traditionally thought of as marketing tactics.” Duane Forrester, Senior Product Manager, Bing

  12. “The future of SEO is here: understanding and marketing to specific and defined audiences through search engines.”  Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  13. “Social is the way our work gets discovered. Content that is truly exceptional, unique, and useful can earn tremendous awareness through social media, and that social amplification often leads to great links, which leads to great rankings.” Rand Fishkin, CEO/Co-Founder, Moz

  14. “We should be thinking about social and search as channels that need a unified approach, because the best content should appeal to both channels and the cross-over benefits/economies of scale are potentially huge.” Will Critchlow, Founder, Distilled, Inc.

  15. “Social media is about connecting with customers in a meaningful way – a way the customer determines is meaningful.” Duane Forrester, Senior Product Manager, Bing

  16. “Companies are rushing headlong into content today, and rightly so. It’s a battle to get noticed online amidst the noise and crowds.” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  17. “A company that builds a loyal social following has a built-in army to promote their content, day in and day out. That content will get shared, get links, send social signals…all of which can’t be a bad thing.” , Founder, Seer Interactive

  18. “Over the last two years, 90% of global data has been produced by digital, search, and social content.” Jim Yu, CEO, Bright Edge

  19. “Since people tend to share links (content) that affect them emotionally, it’s more important than ever to understand the demographic you’re selling to.” Debra Mastaler, President, Alliance-Link

  20. “If search is amazing for knowing a person’s intent, social media is amazing for finding out what’s important to people, and what’s important to people they’re connected to.” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  21. “It is essential that marketers dig deeper into search, social, local mobile data to understand how they all work in tandem to impact ranking” Jim Yu, CEO, Bright Edge

  22. Know your market, have access to them directly and provide content and promotions you know will evoke an emotional response.” Debra Mastaler, President, Alliance-Link

  23. “Integrating your search and social efforts brings better brand visibility and higher conversion rates.” Jim Yu, CEO, Bright Edge

  24. “Content comes in many forms; we tend to think of written content when the term is used, but the reality is, video and image content can be more useful when it comes to influencing search and social results.” Debra Mastaler, President, Alliance-Link

  25. “People will come to your site because you have good compelling content. You need to hit it from all angles: blog posts, articles, graphs, data, infographics, interactive content – even short pictures when you Tweet.” Chris Bennett, Founder/CEO, 97th Floor

  26. “The key is to present the right content to the users at the time they need it in an engaging manner, across all channels they visit.” Jim Yu, CEO, Bright Edge

  27. “If there’s a lot of buzz around one form of marketing, I tend to look for what makes it effective and use that information to branch into a different promotional area.” Debra Mastaler, President, Alliance-Link

  28. “Social media marketers now have a huge opportunity to impact SEO, improve search rankings, and increase revenue generated through organic search.” Jim Yu, CEO, Bright Edge

  29. “This is the era of less is more with SEO.” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  30. “It’s a good idea to understand how to work [Bing and Google] for maximum SEO and ranking benefit.” Debra Mastaler, President, Alliance-Link

  31. “You have to stand apart by offering high quality, relevant experiences to audiences that you truly understand.”  Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  32. “Here’s the thing: the term ‘content marketing’ is just a rebranding of what good digital marketers already know and have been acting on for years.” Marshall Simmonds, Founder, Define Media Group

  33. “Content is the key, because it’s how a website creates an online experience.” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  34. “Running with the herd is not always a great idea; be unique, and the links will come.” Debra Mastaler, President, Alliance-Link

  35. “Content marketing needs to be at the heart of your SEO efforts. It has always been that way, but is even more so now because Google is so much more effective at understanding the context of content and how it is shared, etc.” Chris Bennett, Founder/CEO, 97th Floor

  36. “Stay focused on creating engaging content experiences and impress visitors with thoughtful usability, making their job (answering their question) easier.” Duane Forrester, Senior Product Manager, Bing

  37. “Everything you do has to drive content, and the rest takes care of itself.” Chris Bennett, Founder/CEO, 97th Floor

  38. “Today it’s not about ‘get the traffic’ — it’s about ‘get the targeted and relevant traffic.'” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  39. “It is no coincidence that the increasing focus on content marketing closely follows the significant Google algorithmic changes aiming to give users a better search experience.” Jim Yu, CEO, BrightEdge

  40. “Content is ANYTHING that creates a compelling experience. But it’s so much more, because you quickly realize that you can’t really know which content types to create until you understand which content types people want.” Adam Audette, Chief Knowledge Officer, RKG

  41. “It’s not that ‘content is king,’ but content certainly is The Hand of the King.” Marshall Simmonds, Founder, Define Media Group

  42. “Content Marketing has become the catalyst that fuels search and social media activity.” Jim Yu, CEO, BrightEdge

  43. Social media is changing the way we communicate and the way we are perceived, both positively and negatively. Every time you post a photo, or update your status, you are contributing to your own digital footprint and personal brand. Amy Jo Martin

  44. The digital revolution is far more significant than the invention of writing or even of printing. Douglas Engelbart

  45. “If you’re not using mobile marketing to attract new customers to your business, don’t worry — your competitors are already using it and are getting those customers instead.” Jamie Turner, 60SecondMarketer.com

  46. “In today’s modern world, people are either asleep or connected.” Janice H. Reinold, Rosetta Marketing

  47. “The mobile device has become our communications hub, our diary, our entertainment portal, our primary source of media consumption, our wallet and our gateway to real-time information tailored to our needs. The revolution is now! Nihal Mehta, Eniac Ventures

  48. “Monitor, engage, and be transparent; these have always been the keys to success in the digital spaceDallas Lawrence

  49. Rather than seeing digital marketing as an “add on”, marketers need to view it as a discipline that complements the communication mix and should be used to generate leads, get registrations or drive sales, rather than simply generating awareness.” Charisse Tabak, of Acceleration Media

  50. “I’m simply happy to have conquered a tiny part of this digital marketing space.” Managementguru (Yeah, Thatz Me!)