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4 Digital Marketing Trends To Leverage In 2019

19 June 2019

4 mins read

With technology becoming increasingly intertwined with our daily lives, now is the time for organisations to invest in digital marketing. Like any investment you make, it isn’t wise to venture into the digital world blindly.

Just last week, Mary Meeker released her Internet Trends Report that contained insights on the current digital marketing trends. Her 333-page report included important analyses on the changing digital landscape and the digital marketing trends to keep an eye on moving forward.

Digital marketing has become integral in promoting any organisation, as more than half the world is connected to the Internet. A compelling digital marketing campaign created by digital marketing company is an invaluable asset for your brand to impress your target audience. But you can only create a winning game plan by keeping abreast of the latest digital trends.

To save you the hassle, we’ve cut through the lengthy deck to pick out the 4 trends to watch out for in 2019.

#1 Rising popularity of Instagram and YouTube
Taken from Quartz

Although Facebook continues to be the most-used social media platform, its number of daily users has steadily declined since 2017.

Over the years, Facebook has struggled to appeal to younger users. But its biggest hit came when the news of its data privacy controversies broke, driving even more users away from the network.  Amidst the ongoing criticisms, Facebook is losing ground as the best platform to connect with your audiences.

On the other hand, Instagram and YouTube have been attracting a steady stream of young global users to their platforms. If you want to reach out to teens, it’s safe to say that these two networks are your best bet.

Staying on top of the trending platforms takes a lot of research, especially since social media users are often so fickle.

Each social media platform gives you a unique way to communicate with your target audience – if you cater your content to the platforms that your audience frequents, you can maximize your digital marketing efforts.

#2 Showing, not telling through multimedia

Text-based communication is now a thing of the past.

Many prefer visuals over words, which is why Instagram – with its image-based feed and Stories feature – is so popular. From a simple image and video sharing platform in 2011, Instagram has since evolved into a thriving social media app with e-commerce features.

Taken from Vox

Since everyone loves multimedia, it’s a smart decision to include visuals in your content. Think about how you can amp up your copy with creative visuals to stay ahead of the pack.

Need some inspiration to choose the right multimedia to engage your audience? Reach out to a digital marketing agency in Singapore today.

#3 Utilising the strengths of each social platform for ads
Taken from Adweek

With so many social media advertising platforms out there, it can be a struggle choosing the best for your brand. To narrow the list down, here are Meeker’s top picks.

1) Facebook: Despite its declining reputation, Facebook has proved itself to be a potent channel for you to target the right audience. You can create ads to reach customised audiences on different placements, including Instagram.

2) YouTube: While you can produce videos with captivating storylines, social media users will tap onto another video if you don’t engage them within seconds. To help you capture your viewers’ attention, YouTube uses machine learning to automatically shorten long ads to six-second clips.

3) Pinterest: As a rising integrated e-commerce platform, Pinterest has shoppable catalogues where you can publicise and sell your products. If your brand fits the users’ style, they can discover your products through customised recommendations.

4) Twitter: You can buy promoted tweets to reach a wider group of users. As Twitter selects these users based on their followers and interests, your tweets will definitely be relevant to them.

#4 Increasing relevance of mobile ads
Taken from Business Insider India

Mobile advertising has been escalating over the past five years – and understandably so. People have been spending more and more time on their mobile phones to access digital content.

But as digital marketing agencies increasingly compete in digital advertising, the costs to connect with your audience rises too. To combat this, Meeker recommends you to adopt a freemium business model and offer free trials for your services to convert happy consumers into paid subscribers.

Mobile ads are the way to go, but you must differentiate yourself amidst all the other brands. Finding the right revenue-generating approach can be tough, but it will enhance your efforts to engage your target audience.

Concluding Thoughts

Digital disruption is powerful, unavoidable and here to stay. Understanding how the latest digital trends affect your marketing strategies can help you stay ahead of your competitors.

Social media and paid digital advertising are just two important parts of a digital marketing campaign. To reach your campaign goals, keep in line with these trends and look out for changes in the digital world.

To engage your target audience, speak to a digital agency in Singapore who is keeping up with trends today.

Table of Contents

#1 Rising popularity of Instagram and YouTube

#2 Showing, not telling through multimedia

#3 Utilising the strengths of each social platform for ads

#4 Increasing relevance of mobile ads

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