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It is important to think critically about your research or the research you discover. Being able to differentiate between strong research and possible false reports can lead to a profound impact on the decisions you take.
Some examples of types of research which should be examined closely include:
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ABOUT THIS DIGITAL MARKETING MODULE
This module identifies the core components of an effective digital marketing strategy and explains how to develop an effective budget plan and measure the ROI for digital activities. It covers how to set clear and actionable objectives and measurable KPIs as well as the key research activities to undertake to guide channel selection and messaging. It also explains how to develop a creative strategy based on campaign research to engage an audience and deliver on campaign goals. The module concludes by explaining how to execute a digital marketing strategy supported by a channel plan, a paid media plan, a campaign action plan, and succinct strategy documentation.