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5 Ways Cloud Computing Amplifies Your Digital Marketing Efforts

The pandemic has drastically changed how businesses operate, so today, cloud technology enables remote collaboration, successful project management, and hybrid business models of all sorts. Even without this health crisis, the need for cloud technology has skyrocketed over the years. Businesses use it to improve company-wide security, they leverage cloud storage for more scalability and flexibility, but they also use it for automation and a slew of other perks.

In a similar way, digital marketing can benefit from the use of cloud technology. It’s far from limited to a single department, and as such, this technology is becoming omnipresent among digital marketers in every industry. If you’re not certain how you can utilize your cloud infrastructure and all the tools at your disposal to push your digital marketing efforts forward, here are a few ways to help you get started.

Access to growing customer data

Scalability is a major issue for most companies nowadays. Add to that, businesses need swarms of customer information in order to make better, customer-centric decisions that will drive success. With the cloud available, your marketers can leverage easily scalable databases built from a slew of tools we’ve mentioned earlier.

Most modern-day analytics tools already reside on the cloud, so you can use the built-in integrations with your own cloud service to pull data to a single place and then use it to create campaigns that will deliver results.

Utilizing analytics tools on the cloud

Raw data is far from enough, so naturally, cloud companies have started creating innovative and highly intuitive analytics solutions that complement the data-collecting process. What this means for your marketing team is that they can use the cloud to not only collect data, but to analyze it, refine and filter it, and learn from it to improve future campaigns.

The tools available via the cloud help marketers create amazing content in time and learn from it for future content creation efforts. You can also use customer relationship management tools that allow you insights to boost your marketing strategy.

It’s not just about what you can create, but what you learn from everything you publish. Marketing is a never-ending learning process, which means that cloud tech effectively empowers that learning through a vast selection of tools and software for communication, management, and analytics.

Simplifying team collaboration

One of the most profound ways cloud technology helps your digital marketing efforts is unhindered cross-department and business-wide collaboration. When you use comprehensive cloud services to manage your internal communications and team interactions, you can empower seamless remote and on-site collaboration.

Everyone can work together on the same, shared files and projects, track their progress via different tools, and of course, be accountable for their work. Cloud tech has become so reliable that most companies of all shapes and sizes now use it even to introduce external collaborators such as freelancers and project-based workers.

Your digital marketers can easily exchange ideas remotely and safely via the cloud, work on different projects, and always stay in the know. They can communicate with your sales team, social gurus, and develop their strategies with ease.

Business-wide security

For a very long time, small businesses have been reluctant to switch to the cloud for one main reason: security. Truth be told, there is no foolproof solution for preventing cyberattacks, and if your employees aren’t properly trained in preventative security measures, your business will always risk losing data or disclosing sensitive information.

However, cloud technology has inherently become much more secure over the years, with recent security advancements helping companies simplify their security strategies and train their employees accordingly.

In that sense, you can leverage a set of built-in, cloud security protocols and combine your own software for malware attack prevention and network security. Such a comprehensive strategy used on par with your cloud solution will actually be much more stable and safer than any other alternative.

Relying on cloud-based automation

Most marketing processes involve a vast array of menial tasks combined with mission-critical work that will not just define each campaign, but also your brand reputation. Spending more time on the latter helps you be more effective as a business, and cloud solutions help businesses achieve more with less precisely with the help of automation.

Many cloud-hosted platforms for marketing and sales that help you track your customer interaction efforts offer a slew of automation opportunities. Small, but time-consuming tasks such as scheduling social media posts, emails, setting up review responses and the like are all very important, but tedious.

You can automate your social media posting as well as create templates for newsletters, and provide review responses that can be customized. What’s more, cloud-based solutions can provide you with various levels of automation and notification, so that you can always be alerted when something demands your attention.

Digital marketers are not an isolated group of people working on specific goals that don’t affect the entirety of your business. On the contrary, team collaboration and cohesion, as well as productivity all depend on the ways in which they can work together without hindrances.

Cloud tech enables precisely that kind of environment to flourish in your business. Instead of limiting your cloud to your IT department, make sure to maximize its potential for the rest of your organization, which includes digital marketing. You’ll notice a surge in efficiency, productivity, and employee satisfaction, all of which will help you improve your profitability and overall business success.

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