5 Reasons You Should Hire Employees with Digital Marketing Experience

5 Reasons You Should Hire Employees with Digital Marketing Experience

Selling points for digital marketers, whether you are one or need one.

No matter what industry you are in, digital marketing is crucial or will be crucial to your success going forward. Having a digital marketer in your company could take you from average to the best in your industry.

Below are 5 reasons you should hire them:

1) Hard Working

Competing in today’s digital world is not easy, especially when the competition is multiple other digital marketing agencies. Without visible results, clients will go from one digital marketing company to the next. To keep clientele happy and successful, working hard is a must. Do you like when your employees work hard? It’s contagious.

2) Revenue-focused

A good digital marketer is focused on increasing a company’s revenue. Isn’t that what you want in your employees?

3) Research-oriented

A good digital marketer knows everything good and bad about his/her client’s competitors. Research is a crucial part of out performing competitors and finding new sources of revenue. Do you want to rise above your competition?

4) Written and Verbal Communication Skills

There is a saying in the digital marketing world: “Content is King”. Content is what drives results within any given (good) digital marketing strategy. Even technical SEO requires an understanding of content strategy. If someone can produce high quality and popular content, you can bet that their all-around communication skills are more than sufficient.

5) Tech-Savvy

With the business world going digital, there is always something to fix or figure out. A good digital marketer knows his/her way around the internet, websites and social media platforms. Your website and online reputation will be in good hands.

Finding a digital marketer is one thing. Finding a good digital marketer is another. The best way to research the quality of an experienced digital marketer is by seeing where he/she came from. Look into the company he worked for. Look at his companies clients. How does each client’s online presence look? Call previous clients and see what their experience was. Good luck finding the ideal employee for your company!

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About the Author Jacob Share

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Kate B says

I wonder how I will use my free consulting hours….

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Kate says

Hi my name is Brian and I am pretending to be my mom, but I am NOT looking for a job, please do NOT give me one.

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Kate says

Sorry, looks like one of the kids hijacked the account when I didn’t log out.

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