A day in the life of a digital marketer

A day in the life of a digital marketer

Yes, the salary can range between $40,000 – $115,000 annually or more.
Depending on where you work and your level in the organization.
But that has to be earned.

Organizational goals and KPIs could literally rid your eyes of sleep at times.

Not saying your work should now be 24/7 once you take up a Digital Marketing role.

We need you to be alive and well so you can keep adding value.

Only saying you will need to exert yourself to keep your job and stay relevant just as it is with other roles

What are the possible thoughts in the head of a Digital Marketer daily?

  • Which tasks take priority today?
  • How do we get more results with our email marketing?
  • Management is not encouraged with our overall campaign performance for the last month what’s the way forward?
  • There is this influencer I saw his video a week before should I check it out again?
  • Our content strategy looks solid but should I make a change?
  • How is our SEO looking today?

Setting priority and time management

“Time management is an oxymoron. Time is beyond our control, and the clock keeps ticking regardless of how we lead our lives. Priority management is the answer to maximizing the time we have.” – John C. Maxwell

Daily as a Digital Marketer there are different responsibilities demanding your attention.

Learning how to put certain tasks on hold and focus on seeing a major task to the end can be a key success factor.

There are tasks that are repetitive day in and day out.

It varies depending on your level in the organization.

For someone, it might be writing email copies or creating content for the different digital platforms and optimizing the content daily for better visibility or readability.

For another, it might be generating backlinks to the website blogs as often as you can so you can meet organizational SEO goals.

No matter the activities daily knowing how to set your priorities right is very crucial to making progress and achieving results.

There will always be a lot on your table but prioritizing important activities should be a daily effort.



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