Read All About It! Print Marketing is Dead!
Author: Sitehues Media
It's been more than 20 years since the rise of the internet, and the digital revolution has been sweeping across every aspect of marketing and society for years now. Print media ads are dying, whether for the internet or other print media products. This is what we have to say about the demise of print-marketing ads.
The Internet and all it offers has made the world a global community of buyers and sellers. The internet has completely revolutionized the way we do business nowadays. Moreover, this revolution is not slowing down anytime soon.
There are a few ways in which e-marketing will continue to evolve and change. However, perhaps the most significant development is the rise of the mobile phone. As a general rule, people now buy more stuff from merchants through their mobile phones than via their general computers. This may be something new, or something old that has just seen some major changes.
As e-marketing has changed, e-marketing has evolved, and it will continue to evolve. The main changes that the e-marketing field has seen are:
1) Communication and marketing is now done on the internet, not the traditional way;
2) Marketing is more streamlined and is done more quickly;
3) Marketing methods are more targeted, competitive and creative.
So the changes to e-marketing are still ongoing, however the changes are gradual. For instance, you can use SMS messages to advertise, but the marketer will still have to write a short message. So the message still has its uses. The marketer still has his advantages and disadvantages over the internet. You can be sure that a few things will stay the same. The internet is a global market, while traditional printed media is a local one. A market segmented by geography and market size.
However, the biggest change is the mobile phone. A mobile phone is still a compelling device for advertising and marketing. It is still a communication tool. There are still a lot of creative ways to advertise and market via mobile phones. The market continues to be segmented by geography and by market size. It's not as simple as the internet becoming global. We are just now seeing the impact of the mobile phone and its effects on local digital advertising.
So the changes to e-marketing are still ongoing, but the most significant and the most recent development and the one that will last the longest is the mobile phone. The way it will change e-marketing is because of the mobile phone.