Why digital marketing? Because if you truly want to better your life and work from anywhere, you would seriously consider digital marketing.
Some of you may be saying, “What in the world is digital marketing?”. Well, digital marketing is a marketing to users of electronic devices. These consist of computers, tablets, smartphones, cellphones, digital billboards, and game consoles. Through these devices, a marketer is able to connect with their customer and build a long-term, trusting relationship.
Wait a second, isn’t that the same as Internet Marketing? Not quite, digital marketing also involves marketing to devices not connected to the internet, such as television and cellphones.
What is really cool though, is either one can become a work from home venture or work from anywhere business! How many of you are tired of punching the old time clock.
Although I have a good job and make a pretty good income, it is still a “job”. I can’t show up whenever I want and take days off whenever I want. I am still tied to a brick and mortar office.
Digital marketing is the wave of the future. I shouldn’t actually even say wave, because if you want to work from home, it is the future.
The great thing about digital or online marketing is, you can work your own schedule, you don’t have to talk to anyone if you want, you don’t have to cold call, and you don’t have to face-to-face sell anything. How awesome is that!
Any work from home business, other than digital marketing or online marketing will typically include one or more of the above mentioned sales methods. They may cost you friendships or family relationships.
Our economy is not the best right now and instead of having both parents working or one person working two jobs, home based is becoming the business of choice for more and more families and individuals.
Just sitting at a computer and making money is not all that easy. Prepare yourself for a learning curve and some frustration. It is typically not a get rich quick business. As I stated earlier, digital marketing is about building trust and also “branding” your product business name.
I have found that many of the issues involved with starting your business can be resolved by hiring a mentor or coach. Why not learn from someone who has been there, done that.
Many beginners decide to go it on their own when starting. This is fine if you are a determined, self-disciplined person, but if you really want to get ahead and not discouraged, I suggest you go the coaching route.