We’ve got you covered in the world of digital marketing (it’s the purpose of our entire company after all)! So, without further ado, let’s dive into the latest digital marketing news.
Google Isn’t a Phan of Phishing
Google started its planned implementation of Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) into Gmail inboxes over a year ago, according to a company blog posted last July. BIMI is an email authentication protocol that allows brands to verify their identity to email recipients through logos that appear alongside their emails. By implementing BIMI, Google adds a sizable pool of email addresses to platforms already supporting the framework, including Yahoo and Fastmail. The move could help marketers fight against phishing scams that breed consumer distrust in brands and thwart their email marketing strategies.
Sharing Brand Management Across All Teams
Customers realize the influential power that comes along with strong brand marketing. But the conclusion at Reuters Events online roundtable was that your brand management belongs to everyone, not just the marketing team. With an increased focus on purpose-driven marketing, data has shown that a well-executed organic or PPC marketing plan can generate as much brand goodwill as partnering with other well-known brands that are already well-liked.
Digital Marketing Trends Here to Stay
With things starting to go back to normal, it’s certain that some digital marketing changes from the pandemic are here to stay. First are digital consumers. At the end of the day, convenience will always win out, and with the introduction of so many delivery services, we shouldn’t expect them to go anywhere. Another is digital events. Businesses were able to bring in more participants to events this year through digital platforms than ever before, and we should not expect that to change any time soon.
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