FAQ’s

How does digital marketing help small businesses?

  • Digital marketing helps small businesses by leveling the playing field, allowing them to reach a wider audience at a lower cost than traditional marketing methods. It also provides measurable analytics to understand customer behavior and preferences.

When should I start with digital marketing?

  • You should start with digital marketing as soon as your business is ready to grow its online presence. The earlier you start, the sooner you’ll be able to gather data and refine your strategies.

Is SEO marketing worth it?

  • SEO marketing is worth it because it helps increase organic traffic to your website, improves user experience, and builds long-term brand awareness and credibility.

Why should I use SEO for marketing?

  • You should use SEO for marketing because it targets quality traffic, offers impressive ROI, and helps your business gain a competitive edge by appearing higher in search engine results.

What is Search Engine Marketing?

  • Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is a digital marketing strategy used to increase the visibility of a website in search engine results pages, primarily through paid advertising.

Are you a website design company?

  • Yes, we provide new web design, rebuild and landing pages. We also provide on-going maintenance and support to webpages built on WordPress and using a third party builder. 

What is the difference between social media marketing and digital marketing?

  • The difference between social media marketing and digital marketing is that social media marketing focuses on platforms like Facebook and Twitter, while digital marketing includes a broader range of online activities such as SEO, SEM, and email marketing.

Do you provide digital marketing with social media?

  • Yes, digital marketing often includes social media as part of a comprehensive strategy to reach customers where they spend a significant amount of time online.

What are pay per click ads?

  • Pay per click (PPC) ads are a model of internet marketing where advertisers pay a fee each time one of their ads is clicked, essentially buying visits to their site, rather than earning those visits organically.