Digital marketing is getting more sophisticated, but it can still be confusing for most people, according to a new report from a research firm.
The research firm, DigitalMarkets, surveyed a group of people who work in the field, including marketers, digital marketers, product managers, and others.
The firm found that while the internet is now the new frontier for online marketing, it can be challenging for people to understand how to make their marketing work better, whether it’s by following rules, developing a marketing strategy, and creating a digital marketing strategy.
The digital landscape is shifting so fast that it can make it difficult for people who have previously been on the fence about the use of the internet to take action.
“We’ve seen an unprecedented amount of innovation and change in the past decade,” says David Lippman, the co-founder of DigitalMarkETS.
“But in terms of understanding what works, it’s still very hard.
You have to be very specific.
You need to understand what’s important and what isn’t.”
DigitalMarkets surveyed more than 1,000 people in 2016, using the Internet Marketing Index, a tool created by research firm E-Marketer that ranks the digital marketing opportunities across the country.
It found that digital marketing is on the rise, with more people spending money online and more spending money on marketing content than ever before.
According to Lippmann, the digital landscape has been changing for the better in the last decade, with consumers increasingly spending on content in digital form.
“The shift has been really huge,” Lipperman says.
“There’s a lot more advertising and more content being made and consumed digitally.
And there are a lot of new ways to do things, too.”
In addition to the internet, the study also looked at how marketers are spending their time online.
More than half of the people surveyed said they spend less time online than they used to.
Lippmans analysis found that people are spending less time on social media sites, and more time on digital content, which helps explain why people are less likely to spend time on sites that use the word “social.”
But digital marketers are also spending less on digital ads than they did five years ago, Lipps analysis found.
The study also found that a lot people are looking for ways to spend less money on content.
The number of people saying they spend more than $200 on content per month fell from 18% in 2015 to 15% in 2016.
And people are actually spending less money online than ever, the survey found.
But the study didn’t find a trend that says digital marketers need to spend more money on digital advertising, which has traditionally been a part of their marketing strategy and helps them stay ahead.
“It is certainly true that many marketers are not using digital marketing strategies well, but the question is, do we need to invest more in digital advertising?”
“Digital marketing has been around for a long time.
People are learning how to use it.
They are learning what to do.
But are we really spending more on digital marketing than ever?”
The report also found more digital marketers believe their digital marketing budget is worth it.
According of Lippers findings, a majority of respondents said they would spend $500 or more on content every month.
The study found that those who spend more are also more likely to create content that can be shared online.
Lips findings also indicate that more people are turning to the web for content, but they are less willing to do so on the web.
DigitalMarkETS said it hopes that its survey will help consumers understand what digital marketing has become, and how to stay ahead as digital marketing moves forward.
“The Internet has changed the way people interact with digital marketing,” Lips said.
But not everyone agrees.
“The survey results highlight that the most important thing for any digital marketing organization is to remain disciplined and effective in its digital marketing goals,” says Brian J. Brown, vice president of marketing for Marketing for DigitalMarkET.
“Our survey shows that while it’s no longer a ‘must-do’ to be digital marketing savvy, it is still essential to keep the digital strategy moving.”