This month in the Advance Digital Marketing Strategies class, we begin to learn more about advance marking. We begin to identify who our audience was, of course, this includes the demographics for our aundiece, age ranges, educational status for the audience who would use our business products. This time we took a more in-depth look at the audience’s intention. Would be the audience’s intention for using our service. This was very interesting too, because for the first considering the intention of the client. This is where marketing could begin to get a little bit more in the psychology of the client. By knowing the intention of the client, we can better serve them with the product that they need.
According to Andy Defrancesco you can learned about the AIDAS model; this includes Attention Interest, Desire, Action, Satisfaction. Identifying this for any brand would help increase conversion for the companies desired goal. We spent time defining what does ADIDAS looks like for our brand; we have choices — reflecting on one of the nonprofits in which could use this model to help with the growth of their organization. The ADIDAS model can be used in both the nonprofit and the for-profit sector.
In the class, we spend a little time as well as talking about headlines. This was fun. We were able to look at the various examples of how changing words how people respond to changing of words. I learn that instead of saying, start now — no Obligation trial today. Now the customer is willing to try without the worry about any obligation. I learn that trials have a higher conversion rate.
Though towards the end of the class I got a little bit confused on the formula for the CPC I did get the opportunity to see how with a budget you can get some great impressions for the money went. Overall the class was great. I look forward to auditing the class in the future.