What are the differences between traditional marketing and digital marketing?

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What are the differences between traditional marketing and digital marketing?

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  1. In traditional marketing, performance cannot be gauged easily, whereas in digital
    marketing Return on Investment (ROI) can be accessed by various Google analytic tools.

  2. Digital marketing is economically more expedient than traditional marketing since it is
    concentrated more on the target audience rather than to all the people.

  3. Traditional marketing basically includes print media, broadcasting media, direct mails,
    telemarketing, while digital marketing includes blogging, post, social media, YouTube advertising
    and podcasts.

  4. In digital marketing, it is much easier to engage and connect with the customer, unlike in
    traditional marketing.

  5. Traditional marketing is more expensive than digital marketing.

  6. Traditional Marketing channels include TV commercials, radio commercials, print ads, advertorials, outdoor advertising such as billboards, promotional items, events, exhibitions, and sponsorship of events. Traditional forms of media generally aren’t strong enough to reach your goals. And unfortunately, with traditional or classic media, you may not even know if you’ve achieved your goals since tracking is not well defined. While traditional media continues to serve a purpose in building brand awareness, digital marketing is edging out traditional channels.

    Digital marketing channels are much more than just social media. It involves blogging, videos, podcasts, mobile, social media, email marketing, digital analytics, and managing digital marketing through tactics such as account-based marketing and customer relationship management (CRM). Often people will consider digital to be just another channel, but the savvy, modern marketer knows that digital as a unique method of communicating with your prospective and current customer. Digital marketing provides personalization, flexibility to switch courses, and instant tracking and analysis to make data-driven decisions.

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