Now that your Facebook Pixel is installed on your ecommerce store it’s time to start building out a roadmap for your digital advertising. In today’s highly competitive ecommerce market it is absolutely crucial to have a well thought out and executed plan for your digital marketing and acquisition/awareness campaigns.
For those who just bumped into this post, we are 10 weeks into our Shopify “first sales” series, the previous editions can be found here:
Where We Are In The World of Ecommerce
Building Your eCommerce Branding and Story
3rd Party Applications
Shopping Cart Checkout
Adding The Facebook Pixel To Your Store
Very likely you will be executing this campaign for one of these three primary purposes and if not, it may be time to re-evaluate the thinking a bit…
With these goals in mind, it comes time to start crafting your marketing roadmap which we will begin to explore in the below video. As you begin to examine your internal goals, Ezra Firestone from Smart Marketer shares some core principles of advertising:
“Successful advertising goes from wide to narrow”
What is intended here is that when building out your e-commerce (or any) marketing plan it’s important to start with a diverse marketing mix filled with a variety of different techniques until you begin to recognize the channels and tools best driving results.
He as well laments on the importance of targeting:
“Everything hinges on targeting”
It’s highly advisable to begin your marketing targeted at a large and diverse sample size and over time widdle your targeting down to a very precise narrow active and valuable group.
Tune in next Tuesday for our next installation of the Shopify series: Facebook Placements.
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