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5 Digital Marketing Skills All Marketers Need to Have - Sophia Belnap - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

5 Digital Marketing Skills All Marketers Need to Have

Newcomers to digital marketing often struggle to find their place in an already-saturated field. The technologies and marketing strategies available are virtually endless, so building the right skill set is imperative if you want to cement your place in the field. Although the types of skills an effective digital marketer will vary depending on their niche, some digital skills are all-encompassing. That is, they apply to anyone who wants to pursue a career in digital marketing, regardless of your specialty.

Keep reading to learn about some of the most essential skills a digital marketer should possess.

1. Understand SEO

Search engine optimization, or SEO, is the bread and butter of marketing. It’ll be nearly impossible to run successful digital marketing campaigns without it. That’s why it’s essential for anyone who wants to dive into digital marketing to understand the basic concept. As a digital marketing strategist, you won’t need to get into the nitty-gritty of SEO. There are technical aspects that other back-end specialists can focus on. However, a basic understanding of SEO will make it easier to craft campaigns and foster more effective cooperation between departments. 

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2. Data and Analytics

The most effective marketing campaigns typically stem from the analysis of previous campaign or sales results. Therefore, data analytic tools can and should hold a prominent place in a marketing plan because they can help inform future marketing decisions. Even the smallest business has a lot of data to keep track of, especially if it already has marketing campaigns running. An effective digital marketer will be able to read, analyze, and break down data that can help build a solid marketing plan.

3. Social Media Skills

Social media is one of the main places people get their information and product recommendations. Therefore, knowing how to wield the powers of social media will be crucial for marketing success. First, however, you’ll need to understand how each platform works before you can achieve your goals. For example, platforms such as Facebook allow you to target advertisements and posts at a granular level. The only way your ads will be effective is if you take advantage of those targeting features. These tools will let you direct your content only toward the people most likely to interact with it.

4. Storytelling

Storytelling is a skill that goes hand-in-hand with social media marketing. Simply providing information about a product or service isn’t sufficient in online marketing. Instead, customers need to know why your product fills a very specific need for them. This involves crafting aesthetically pleasing ads, content that appeals directly to your consumer base, and communicating ideas clearly. Demonstrating these skills will put you in an excellent position to land a job in digital marketing.

5. Design Skills

Digital marketing is all about design first, content second. The catchiest slogan will only land with your customer base if they’ve stopped scrolling long enough to read it. So although a design degree isn’t necessary to become an effective digital marketer, some solid design skills are a must. Creating compelling content is about so much more than simply slapping text on an image. Understanding how images, colors, fonts, and backgrounds work together to draw the consumer’s eye is key to getting clicks. If you haven’t already, take some time to research marketing design and see where you can increase your skills.

Final Thoughts

If a career in digital marketing is your goal, you can achieve it by developing the right skills. You can do this by taking classes, watching videos of other professionals, and doing your own research to increase your knowledge. Whichever way to do it, boosting your digital marketing skills is essential in the marketing industry.

 

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