Pageranks, they are what the online marketers literally lust for. With the entire hype racing through the search engines and other public sources, every marketer wants to become the king of the hill. While this being the story of yesterday, the gods of online marketing have suggested a few reasons to convince the marketers that pageranks do not matter as much as they overreact because of them. Of course those who have been struggling for ranks from years that have passed will laugh at this but sadly/interestingly it is a fact that there is more than just a “pagerank”.
A few examples:
The alternatives that have devalued the significance of page ranks are those which have successfully been able to provide the marketers with the goals they try to achieve by the good ranks. These goals include one time visitors, regular viewers, membership registrations on their website, online purchases etc. What can those alternatives be?
They are none other than the online article directories, social media sites, or any other organic source full of potential audience. Though pagerank has a benefit that once it is achieved people visit on their own and the marketer does not have to add content all the time. But scoring the top position increases your responsibility and requires you to keep tinkering with the content of the site in order to maintain it according to the taste of new viewership.
However there are other ways unlock the same potentials, which produces results much faster but require slightly more hard work. Redirecting people is the beauty of online marketing, if a marketer finds a way to redirect the audience that is interested to read his website’s content or buy his product then he does not need to carry on with the working as the social media do the rest of the trick. Once you find a happy customer he will definitely refer 1 if not all.
Design your own campaign:
By design, it literally requires you to design a marketing campaign of your own. Behind every successful campaign there are two brains, the first one is the one that thinks about all the technical tactics and marketing difficulties while the second brain is the creative guru that designs the art of a campaign; an art that invites and attracts 90% of the audience regardless of their interest.
It is suggested that talk to an experienced person after precisely researching on your plan so that he might be able to advice and warn you about the ups and downs of the marketing campaign you have designed. These people may be found in your own circle or online forums related to marketing campaigns.
While targeting people, if complex researches are made, it ensures their guaranteed purchase. This is why it is always important to be patient and invest more time in building a positive aim rather than shooting in haste. It is important to see what the people you are aiming for have been buying in the history so that you may be able to introduce your product to them according to their needs and specifications.