Welcome to a new entry from our digital marketing weekly roundup with the most interesting news about SEO, online advertising, web design and web development, WordPress, social media and more.
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Before we start, who thought that Elon Musk would try a hostile takeover of Twitter?
Weekly Roundup April 11 – 15: Marketing
Marketing all starts with the fundamentals. The building blocks of an effective marketing strategy include the 6 P’s of marketing: product, price, place, promotion, people, and presentation. If you aren’t reviewing each of these aspects before a campaign launch, you’re doomed to fail. To learn more, please read Maryville University: Understanding the 6 P’s of Marketing Your Business.
As far as the marketing industry, did you know that +618,000 marketers changed job in 2021? It’s a +31% increase on 2020.
Was it because of the pandemic, stress or a mix of both? If you would like to learn more about stress and marketing, make sure you check these articles I wrote:
- How stressful is digital marketing in 2022?
- Self-compassion and digital marketing
- Unrealistic Digital Marketing Goals: a Guide
- The Real Cost of Low Budget Clients
- How Stressful is a Google Search Algorithm Update?
A lot of times stress comes from unreasonable requests. In this article on HBR you can learn six strategies to set boundaries.
Weekly Roundup April 11 – 15: Web Design / Development / WordPress
Lots of things happening in the WordPress world, starting with a critical vulnerability in Elementor 3.6 – 3.6.2.
This adds to the fatal error triggered by Elementor version 3.6 on.
If you are considering launching your own website, here’s a bunch of articles that could be of help:
- How to create an ecommerce website in WordPress
- How to create a WordPress website with Elementor
- How to install WordPress on Google Cloud
Weekly Roundup April 11 – 15: SEO
This week’s main question is: are one-page websites good for SEO?
If you are planning on launching one, you might also want to check this other article of mine:
Other than that, I would like to flag a couple of interesting articles from the guys at Ahrefs:
That’s all for this week folks! I hope you enjoyed the weekly roundup April 11 – 15.
I am posting today because the agency will be closed April 16 – 18 for the Easter break.
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Have a great Easter weekend!