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Organic Food that Doesn’t Grow on Trees but the Internet

By June 17, 2018 No Comments

Nothing has changed marketing like the internet. It is a broad statement, but it is very true. Most of the innovative marketing trends were developed online and while many companies still use conventional marketing techniques and media, it is clear that the future is online.

The internet is a lot more democratic than conventional media and its appeal arises greatly from this attribute. However, that doesn’t mean that all online efforts are equally appreciated by potential clients. On the contrary, due to the high competitiveness of the market, being recognised as a successful marketer is far from easy.

People Prefer Organic on the Internet

Everybody can launch a website and publish content in an attempt to attract potential customers, either for their own products or their clients’, just as everybody can pay and advertise their company via social media or popular websites. There are no guarantees that potential customers will get interested in your products or services. Why? Because there are so many people and business already doing that.

The key is to distinguish yourself from your competition and that can be done either with originality or a strong marketing presence, but it is best to offer a combination of both. Organic marketing is the most effective way to gain attention, especially if you don’t have a hefty budget. The fact that organic marketing doesn’t cost money, doesn’t entail that it is free. You will need to invest a lot of time, but more importantly, you must know what you’re doing.

Long Live Content

Organic advertising is, to put it simple, advertising via your content, i.e. letting your work speak for you. If you play your cards right, so to speak, more and more visitors will be on your website, which will increase your visibility, which in turn multiplies the number of visitors, thus increasing the number of potential clients, and essentially, clients.

Content is king, may sound like your typical cliché phrase, but it definitely holds water, as the only way to distinguish yourself is through content. Accurate and up-to-date information, exposed and presented in a fun and readable way is the only technique that can be successful in the long run. As the old saying goes, you can fool some people sometimes, but you can’t fool all of them, all the time. They will see through you eventually.

Organic marketing is not a sprint, it’s a marathon and endurance and effort are always awarded in the end. A marketer must be clear and honest with their customers, they need to know what they’re getting and when, you can’t just make empty promises. In a way, digital marketing is much like every other business in history, honesty and integrity, paired with hard work and diligence are the things that matter most.

Marco de Groen

Marco de Groen

A flying Dutchman who is Graphic Designer  Multimedia Designer | Webdesigner | Blogger | Illustrator | Infographics | Social Media | Brand Manager | Branding | Owner/Founder Asian Customs and The Daily Roar and Blackstone Design

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