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Thread: Digital Marketing vs. Traditional Marketing

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    Digital Marketing Is Promote Our Business Through Digital Platforms And Traditional Marketing Is Promotion Traditionally Like News Papers,Magazines,Radio,TV ETC....

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    Thank you

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    Digital Marketing is the process of marketing through Mobile, Tablet, and Pc by website, Apps
    Traditional marketing is the process of marketing through Road banners, tv, etc

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    Both have their own audience but you know nowadays people are more relying on the Digital marketing because of the larger audience set.

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    great work. awesome thread.

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    I'm new to digital marketing, and this is a good read! Thanks for this!

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    With digital marketing you can measure and track the performance of your marketing campaigns easily with powerful analytical tools, available with each marketing channels, like google analytics. You can target very specific audience, and locations wherever you want. Digital Marketing helps to minimize your cost and increase ROI.

    With tradition marketing you can't measure exact performance of your campaigns and it need lots of efforts and money to generate a better amount of ROI.

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    The main difference between digital and traditional marketing is the medium through which an audience encounters a marketing message. While traditional marketing uses traditional media like magazines and newspapers, digital marketing uses digital media, such as social media or websites.

    Traditional Marketing: Traditional marketing is the old way of marketing Technique. It refers kind of promotion, advertisement, includes flyers, billboards, TV ads, radio ads, print advertisements, newspaper ads, etc. in which companies are used in the early period to market their product.

    The four phases of Traditional Marketing are Intrest, Awareness, Desire, and Decision.

    Digital Marketing: Digital Marketing is a modern way of marketing techniques. In which we promoting, selling products and services by online marketing. It also refers to the Marketing of any kind of business through digital media and devices such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, youtube..etc.

    The four phases of Digital Marketing are Planning, Conversation, Content, and Sequels.


    The promotion of products and services through TV, Telephone, Banner, Broadcast, Door to Door, Sponsorship, etc.
    Traditional Marketing is not cost-effective.
    It is not so good for Brand building.
    Traditional Marketing is difficult to Measure.
    Traditional Marketing includes:-

    Banner Ads
    Print Ads

    The promotion of products and services through digital media or electronic medium like SEO, sem, PPC, etc.
    Digital Marketing is more cost-effective.
    It is efficient and fast for brand building.
    Digital Marketing is easy to Measure with the help of analytics tools.
    Digital Marketing includes:-

    Search engine optimization (SEO)
    Pay-per-click advertising (PPC)
    Web design.
    Content marketing.
    Social media marketing.
    Email marketing.
    These are the main difference between traditional marketing and digital marketing

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