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Website design with secure online payment solutions, functionality and design concepts.
They are function rich with integrated shopping cart functionality that enable you to sell more products in real time. Customised Secure Shopping Cart Solutions.
Our ecommerce website design solutions are tailored to suit your business. Latest intuitive CMS that will allow you to add new content to your ecommerce website in a straight forward manner without any administration experience.
Branding & Logo
Digital Sussed believe the only way you can as a business strengthen your online visibility is to tell your authentic brand story.
Your brand identity is bigger than any individual marketing effort produced by your company. It is the foundation of your business, and it needs to be solid while building your brand’s presence online.
A concrete brand identity is essential to formulating a strong strategy for your business. That strategy needs to take into account the structure of your own business, as well as those of your competitors.
Our team will analyze where you stand in the market, and help to create a plan that will get you where you need to be. This includes a full SWOT analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats within your industry.
Analyzing leaders in your field can shed light on innovative branding tactics, and allows you to create a unique approach to your business.
With this analysis, we can take your brand identity, and help you develop a strategy for its future.
Ecommerce Websites & Solutions
- Function rich integrated shopping cart functionality that enable you to sell more products in real time.
- Retargeting strategy
- Customised Secure Shopping Cart Solutions
- Ecommerce website design solutions that are tailored to suit your business.
- Latest intuitive CMS that will allow you to add new content to your ecommerce website in a straight forward manner without any administration experience.
It is essential for an e-commerce website to highlight security and trust, provide reassurance (at every step by working correctly) and to get the customers to the right products swiftly, for there to be any chances of success.
Digital Sussed specialise in providing our clients with the latest in e-commerce technology, secure online payment solutions, functionality and design concepts..
Creative Content Strategy
Nail Your Mission:
Define your business’ overall mission/objective first – your digital marketing mission must fit into your grand plan.
Answer this question: what is the overriding objective you want your digital marketing efforts to achieve (for example do you want to position your company as the go-to online provider for computer parts in Europe)? This is your mission.
Set & Measure Your KPIs:
Get specific with your KPIs by identifying the figures you will be held accountable for achieving.
Get realistic with your KPIs by analysing your previous digital marketing efforts first – this will ensure you aim for a positive increase on your current results, while helping you to avoid setting your expectations too high.
Identify a method to help you measure each of your KPIs – for example, will you use Google Analytics to measure your conversions, your individual social media analytics to track engagement or a tool like BuzzSumo to assess the success of your content marketing?
Before you begin planning your KPIs find out which metrics matter most to your CEO.
2. We analyse your previous strategies
You don’t have to (and shouldn’t) go into the planning period in the dark. Analysing your digital marketing strategy’s past success and failures can help focus you on setting the best KPIs for your business. You, therefore, might want to complete step one and two together.
Choose a time period you’d like to analyse (it’s best to set this time period as the same length of time you plan for your new strategy) – for example decide on whether you’re going to analyse the previous year, quarter or month.
How to Analyse:
Determine the time period you would like to analyse and set your Google Analytics calendar to match this timeframe.
Try out Google’s Benchmarking Reports in your Analytics account to compare your progress to your competitors.
Don’t forget to analyse your competitors’ strategy too – create an analysis spreadsheet of their online activities (you can use SEMrush to identify the SEO strategy of a competitor, i.e. what keywords are driving the largest volume of organic traffic to their website. It can also be used to compare the organic and paid traffic of different websites so again quite useful to see how aggressive they’re being with their paid spend.)
Ask yourself this question at regular intervals: is there anything else I need to analyse that I haven’t thought of before – e.g. should I be testing the times I post my content or the types of images I use?
3. Remember Who You’re Talking to (& Speak Their Language)
Don’t let the planning take away from the people you’re trying to reach. You already know who your audience are (at least we hope you do) but sometimes they’re the first thing a digital marketer can forget amidst the KPI setting, budget fretting and channel selection.
You’re not going to make this mistake – not this time. Instead you’re going to put your audience at the heart of your strategy, cater to their emotional needs and satisfy their deepest desires. How? Through the creation of well fleshed out and well thought out personas, of course.
Develop Useful Personas:
Start with the basics and note down all the demographic information you know about your target consumer – like age, gender and location.
Then dig a little deeper and Identify the problems you can help your target persona solve.
Delve into their emotional desires, goals, aspirations and fears and document all of the factors that could make them tick (think about their conscious and unconscious desires).
You can dive deep into the ‘Audience Reports of your Google Analytics account to identify key characteristics of your target persona like age, sex, career, etc.
When creating your personas this is the perfect time to identify the people who will be of influence to them – these will be the influencers your strategy should target.
4. We will help you to identify your budget, channels and team.
Three things are important for identifying your means: these are your budget, your digital channels and your team (or people). It is important to take stock of all of your resources before deciding on what else you might need for the next period.
For example, now is the perfect time for creating an audit of your existing digital channels and to decide whether you’re going to outsource specific sections of your digital marketing and whether you need to set budget aside for a new hire or two.
How to Identify Your Means:
Define your overall digital marketing budget.
Look at the historical data of what has worked before (for example, have any specific channels brought you quality leads at a low cost?)
Decide whether you will use paid promotion (for, example Adwords or paid ads on social media).
Allocate a specific portion of the budget for each digital channel you want to use for paid promotion (delve into your Analytics to help you assess the most cost effective digital channels with the largest reach and conversions and the lowest Cost Per Click).
If a certain element of your paid promotion strategy isn’t bringing you the results you desire, revisit it and invest the allocated budget figure into the channel that’s bringing you the best results.
Look at your current team and assess what you are capable of achieving (be realistic here and ensure that no-one will be over stretched or over worked).
Identify whether you need to hire more people and whether you have the means to do so.
Decide whether all of your digital marketing activity will take place in house or if you’ll need to outsource some elements to a third party agency.
Get each of your team members to review their digital marketing activity and brainstorm a few ideas for their future strategy (the more autonomy your employee has in their role the more they’ll be on board with your new plan).
Review your current digital marketing channels and decide which channels to keep and whether you’d like to invest in any new ones (this depends on where your customers are and the time you have available).
Clearly articulate what each digital channel is trying to achieve.
Make sure you have at least one KPI attached to each of your digital channels.
5. Make the Plan and Review it at regular intervals to identify changes.
‘Create a plan and don’t stick to it? But, but, what do you mean?’
Before the panic sets into the most organised of digital marketers let me explain…your plan is never going to be perfect from the outset. Not every assumption you make is going to be correct.
And although you’ve taken every care to craft a carefully constructed plan based on a set of insightful assumptions and analysis you still can’t predict exactly how your customers will behave. It is, therefore, essential to continuously measure and monitor your strategy’s performance and to change elements where needed.
Brand & Marketing Strategy
A concrete brand identity is essential to formulating a strong marketing strategy for your business.
Brand & marketing strategy
We understand the importance of creating campaigns that maximise your business goals. We provide expert analytics and auditing services. This is where our analytics and optimization teams come into their own.
Understanding your KPI’s to give you optimal return on investment. With results from analytics we can retarget your precise target market. 70% of retargeted campaigns result in sales.
Digital Marketing Audit
Have our digital strategists assess your company’s entire digitial ecosystem or only specific components: PPC audit | AdWords audit | SEO audit | Email marketing audit | Vendor audit | Staff audit
Optimize your digital marketing ecosystem. Make smart marketing technology purchasing decisions. Manage vendors successfully. Hire the right kind of talent. Beat the competition.
Identify opportunities for cost-savings, performance improvement, and competitive superiority with a comprehensive digital audit from the consultants at Digital Sussed. We help clients thrive in the tumultuous world of digital marketing.
Analytics & Insights
- We understand the importance of creating campaigns that maximise your business goals.
- We provide expert analytics and auditing services.
- Our sole goal is to ensure we are delivering improved business performance. This is where our analytics and optimization teams come into their own.
- Understanding your KPI’s to give you optimal return on investment.
- The analytical results from previous ad campaigns will provide the insights to retarget your precise interested potential customers. 70% of retargeted campaigns result in sales.
5 Important Tips to Create the Ultimate Video Campaign
1 – Use the right keywords so your video gets visibility
Google’s job is to give searchers the best answer to any question. Their algorithm ranks YouTube videos and Web Pages with video much higher than those without video. This has proven to be most helpful, useful, and engaging method for searchers to access the answers they seek.
The top videos are tutorials, such as “How-to” videos, reviews, and test-drive related query videos. The more granular you get the more likely you will rank highly for long-tail, model-specific keywords, for example “How to setup the keyless access for a BMW 8 Series?” In the video you can introduce a BMW expert to walk through these steps in the tutorial.
2 – Brand Awareness
Producing a memorable creative video, whether for traditional and/or digital platforms will stick your brand name, and your USP, in your audience’s collective mind. A recent video ad campaign we ran for a client on Facebook and Instagram resulted in a 25% lift in direct traffic. This is the key indicator of increased brand awareness. That lift then led to an increase of 30 units sold in the following month. Go on and have fun creating an original video that will make people remember your brand.
3 – Social media growth and reach
“Video is a fantastic ROI”
Video ads typically enjoy better engagement than static ads on social media.
In a recent paid social campaign we ran for a client on Facebook consisting of both static and video ads 85% of the total engagement came from video ads, even though video ads only represented 17% of the total spend. Another campaign we ran this past summer resulted in 67% more reach and 48% more clicks at half the cost.
4 – Website engagement metrics
Having videos on your website keeps people on your website. We have definitively seen the difference across many campaign landing pages. Where we initially launched and then added video at a later date, there was a significant increase in Time On Page. The longer you can keep a user on your page, educating them about your vehicles and after service & care you provide, or an offer you’re highlighting the more likely you are to ultimately convert them. A recent landing page video we created for a client explaining an offer campaign resulted in 100+ potential customers
Google likes it a lot when people stay on your page longer as it means you’ve valuable content. Google will thus award you by ranking you higher than similar websites & you could even get listed on the first few searches on page 1 of a Google search.
5 – Visits and Sales
Google advocates that video is a critical first moment of the online consumer’s buying journey, and being there for that first moment correlates to in-store visits within the week. (The latest Google’s Study).
“Increased metrics and conversions ultimately lead to increased sales”
Specifically, a recent Google report showed that videos targeting Brand + Reviews and videos with Brand + Specs keywords were tracked to show an increase in actual in-store visits.
The best part is that each individual video — if properly optimized and targeted
Can positively impact your SEO, Social, and your Website all at the same time.
Digital Sussed Website Build Process
Generating New Ideas. Solving Big Problems
Cups Of Coffee
Why we are different
We pride ourselves on our unique approach to our various projects not matter how small or large. Our work is founded on planning and insight development.
We only make recommendations for how we will execute on our strategy once we understand your business objectives and most importantly, the customer.
We respect your brands vision at every stage of the project. With a resolute commitment to delivering the very best results for our clients, as we continously strive to become market leaders in ecommerce, creative and content solutions