This generation is a witness to the digital revolution. And the year 2020 has taken this digital marketing one step further.
The businesses that never had a social media presence had to go online and be present in front of their audience to sell their products and services. The traditional businesses that never had a website had to create one. And the businesses that did have a website had to run Google ads and optimized it for search engines.
In fact, so many ads were run on social media and on other digital platforms.
The question is no longer whether the job of digital marketing is in demand?
Yes, of course they are, and they will become even more in the coming years and there will be a continuous demand for it.
The year 2020, the lock-down period, has created many business opportunities for people who would have never thought of starting their own business. Their business boomed thanks to digital presence, many individual creators started publishing content, promoting their brand and selling their infographic products.
We need to be clear about this as long as there are businesses, there will always be a need for marketing. The amount of businesses that have now sprung up, collaboration, promotion, strategy, advertising – in short, all digital marketing will always be in demand.
There are so many facets to digital marketing strategies, and the number of jobs associated with it will always be in high, meaning they will always be in demand.
Whether it’s overall digital marketing strategy, concept writing, copywriting, Google Ads, SEO, social media, analytics, and more.