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5 Powerful Multichannel Marketing Tips

Multichannel marketing is the process of marketing to customers and prospects across various channels. Learn how to get it right with these 5 tips.

Multichannel marketing is a way to reach wider audiences and synthesize your outreach across different platforms. Seeing as there are a number of platforms that provide huge potential markets, it’s certainly important to spread your efforts out a little bit. 

We’re going to go over a few tips on how to market across platforms in this article. You’ll find that it’s a lot easier than it seems at first, and you’ll be happy you made the effort. 

Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to use multichannel marketing. 

How to Effectively Use Multichannel Marketing

Before we get started, we should mention that multichannel marketing simply means that your digital marketing push is spread across different platforms.

Doing this in an organized way can be difficult. What matters is that you’re streamlined, organized, and have specific intentions along the way. 

1. Identify Your Audiences

Marketing on all possible platforms might not be worth the time or money. You’ll get more bang for your buck when you research specific platforms, identify the groups that inhabit them, and market on those platforms that are host to your target audience. 

You can get more particular as you research each platform, but the fundamental idea is to be present where your target group is present. 

2. Produce Content to Share Throughout

You should have some kind of regular stream of content to put out and share across your social media platforms. Content is the thing that will draw your audience back toward your home page or sales page. 

Simply posting here and there and sponsoring an ad or two won’t really get you where you need to go. Those things are absolutely important, as we’ll discuss, but the written or video content is where you’ll see a lot of engagement. 

3. Create Sponsored Posts and Ads

Most social media platforms offer the ability to sponsor posts that are displayed for thousands of people. These are very affordable advertisement options that offer the chance to present your ads to people who want to see them. 

Have you ever noticed how your Facebook or Instagram advertisements have gotten more specific to you, and maybe even kind of tempting? That’s because they have an algorithm that runs your data against the ads being put out. 

You can easily produce those ads on most channels you choose to use. 

4. Have a Smooth Pipeline

A good tip for anyone dealing in e-commerce is to create an effortless buying experience for a user. It’s hard enough to get someone to want to buy your product in the first place, so make it easy when they click the link and visit your site. 

Additionally, make it very easy for users to find your links through your various pages. It’s often the case that people are interested in buying something but get deterred when it’s not perfectly easy to do so. 

5. Maintain Brand Consistency

Finally, try to keep your imagery and voice pretty similar across all platforms. Sure, some platforms warrant unique approaches, but you should still be able to find a way to keep your brand image the same throughout. 

This helps you to generate interest and establish yourself to large audiences in the long-run. When brands change up their image too often, they tend not to take root and expand. 

Need a Little Help?

Working through the nuts and bolts of multichannel marketing can feel a little complicated. The nice thing is, we’re here to help you move forward. 

Explore our site for more key information on digital marketing and how to see results. 


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Mark Hallman

Mark works with business to engage their audiences online via targeted marketing campaigns, conversion based websites, and ongoing measurement and optimization.

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