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Marwick Marketing Achieves Remarkable 124% Growth Amid Digital Marketing Revolution

As the digital landscape undergoes rapid transformation, Marwick Marketing has emerged as a leader in the field, experiencing an impressive growth rate of 124%. The evolving digital marketing landscape is compelling businesses to adapt to new strategies and technologies, leaving behind those that worked in 2020. This shift is driven by the complexities of Meta platforms and the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into marketing.

Business owners and marketing managers are grappling with the challenge of understanding the role of AI in marketing, and many are frustrated by the intricacies of advertising on Meta’s platforms, which include Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Amid these current challenges, a significant shift looms on the horizon, with a 12- to 24-month countdown – the emergence of the Search Generative Experience.

The Search Generative Experience harnesses advanced machine learning (AI) techniques to generate organic search results and recommendations, poised to impact every business online. Matt Burns, Head of SEO at Marwick Marketing, explains, “The way we search, and subsequently optimise websites, is condensing queries into short, broad keywords. However, as Google advances in comprehending longer and more specific requests with AI, a subtle shift is underway. In the coming months, we anticipate transitioning towards longer-tail, low-volume queries as users embrace a more natural language approach. For companies adopting this as part of their SEO strategy, they will see bigger wins in the future over competitors who do not.”

However, it’s not just the adoption of AI and new marketing platforms that will catch business owners and marketing managers off guard; it’s the speed of the impending landscape shift. Marwick Marketing’s CEO, Chris Thomson, provides valuable insights into the pace of change.

“It took seven years for Google to shift from indexing websites on desktop to mobile fully. Google officially announced its mobile-first indexing initiative in November 2016, which has only recently finished rolling out. Mobile-first indexing means that Google primarily uses the mobile version of a website’s content for indexing and ranking, rather than the desktop version,” notes Thomson. “Many companies were slow to make the shift, losing SEO rankings to their competitors. This gave forward-thinking business owners an upper hand against established brands. The transition to a Search Generative Experience presents a much higher significant opportunity for visionary business owners and marketing teams. Still, the window of advantage will be much shorter than the mobile-first shift – approximately 12 to 24 months.”

Looking ahead, the future of business in the era of generative AI holds promise. As AI algorithms continue to advance, search results will become even more personalised and refined, enhancing the user experience and delivering targeted information. Businesses that embrace these advancements and leverage AI-driven insights will effectively engage their target audiences and gain a competitive edge.

The evolution of generative AI presents new opportunities for businesses to leverage data, analytics, and emerging technologies. By staying informed about generative AI developments, businesses can adapt their strategies to deliver exceptional user experiences and capitalise on the sweeping changes that are on the horizon, positioning themselves for long-lasting success.

Sam Allcock
Sam Allcockhttps://businesslancashire.co.uk/
Sam Allcock is a highly regarded digital entrepreneur with over 20 years’ experience in online marketing for some of the World’s biggest brands. He has extensive knowledge and experience in SEO and digital marketing. He is based in Cheshire but has an interest in all things going on in the North West and enjoys contributing local news to the site.


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