Today many companies and businesses employ marketing and Marcom professionals whose knowledge of digital marketing is quite limited. Subsequently, these companies end up having to hire freelancers to do their online marketing for them. But the main problem is that when the knowledge in your organization is limited, so is your control. So how can you be sure whether the work is done properly? Whether your budget is optimized? Whether you’re using all the digital tools that suit a business like yours?
Hello, my name is Talia Gertman and I strongly believe in the motto:
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”.
Over the past 10 years, I have guided many local and international businesses through their transition from traditional to online marketing, prudently applying a wide range of digital tools and channels, with precise targeting of the clients’ audiences. Read more>>
How does it work?
Your team’s training program is an annual process consisting of three stages:
By the end of the year, digital marketing will become an integral and major part of the company’s overall marketing plan, bringing in new customers and projects.
And what happens next?
The digital marketing world changes every few months and new players appear on the scene every day. This brings about new tools, additional promotion methods, digital platforms, advertising channels and more. If you’ll wish to continue the guidance and consulting services, this option is always available to you.
Application of digital marketing plans according to customer's marketing strategy, including mobile marketing and management of complex campaigns on various digital channels such as (but not limited to) Google Adwords campaigns, Facebook business pages, Facebook ads manager, LinkedIn, YouTube, newsletters, SEO on-site and off-site and more.
Primary achievement: Recipient of Entrepreneur of the Year (2010)
Intel Electronics first as project manager and then as Intel University program manager at Intel Kiryat Gat, Israel
MA in E-Learning, participation in international OECD research team (Graduated with honors)