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What are the Digital Marketing changes happens in 2019?

What are the digital marketing changes gonna happens in 2019?

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Did you ask your chrystal ball already? That's the common tool for questions like this.

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Well man I think the level of competition in the IM space is going to continue to grow - which is going to spread to all facets of the game - SEO, Product Development, Social Media Marketing, etc.

The fact is that it's now starting to become a really mainstream thing to start an online business, and the IM niche is one of the most beginner friendly ones to get into - with plenty of products for affiliate marketing out there.

The problem that arises from this is that there's going to be a sea of sharks swimming and only xxx amount of dollars that customers will be willing to spend. That's why guys like Sam Ovens (check out his YT, amazing content!) are actually starting to pull away from the pack - they're real business owners who exist in a niche that is heavily regarded as "snake oil salesman making a quick buck."

I'd say that there's going to be an emphasis on long-term planning across a wide variety of spectrums, with the potential for 1-2 new methods of marketing (think like Chatbots). However, it's really just going to be alot more competitive, which we should continue to see in the market as the years go on. I mean, just look at some of the biggest software in the space, it's all guys who are making $50-100 million a year - that's going to be the standard that's going to have to be achieved while to $5-10k/month guys get swallowed whole!

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