Amsterdam, September 22, 2020 - The relaxation of the measures to get the coronavirus under control and the reopening of physical stores has had little effect on the online shopping behavior of consumers in Europe. This is evident from research by Adobe into the trends in the field of online shopping during and after the (intelligent) lockdown among more than 3000 * Europeans. 59 percent of those surveyed regularly shopped online during the lockdown. This is almost the same as the 60 percent who frequently make an online purchase after the relaxation of the measures.
More and more companies that are serious about online marketing will sooner or later have vacancies for an SEO marketer. SEO marketers must make a company optimally findable and visible online, preferably at the lowest possible cost. But what exactly does an SEO marketer actually do? Who does he work with for this? And what is the big difference with the SEA marketer?
If you are just starting out in business, you are happy with every email that comes in. Hurray, a potential customer, or perhaps a new business relationship! But the busier you become and the better your business starts to run, the more time it usually takes to process email. Of course it is nice to receive a nice e-mail from an important business relation, for example, but the majority of your e-mails will eventually consist of 'musts'. Mails that simply need to be handled. It takes time. And that's a shame.
Most Dutch people who go into business start a sole proprietorship. Nice and simple, because you only have to go to the Chamber of Commerce and your company is a fact. But in many cases a sole proprietorship is not optimal at all. Many entrepreneurs therefore, over time, make the logical switch to a private company: a bv.