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Marketing Is Not A Short-Term Interruption

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Understanding that "Marketing is not a short-term interruption" is important for businesses, who want to build a strong, lasting brand presence and drive long-term growth.

Sometimes you can feel like: “Hey, let’s quickly push this product via Insta ads and get some traction?” or “Let’s write a really cool article to drive the traffic to the website”. But then what?… It’s easy to see marketing as a quick fix/quick win or a temporary boost.

However, marketing success usually requires a sustained, strategic approach. Understanding that “Marketing is not a short-term interruption” is important for businesses, who want  to build a strong, lasting brand presence and drive long-term growth.

In this blog we will have an overview of comprehensive channel coverage and the pitfalls of “set it and forget it” campaigns.

What Does This "Comprehensive Channel Coverage" Mean?

Comprehensive channel coverage involves using a diverse range of marketing channels to reach your audience. Instead of relying on a single platform or single paid advertising, it’s about spreading your efforts across multiple touchpoints to create a cohesive and omnipresent brand experience. Here are the main benefits:

For example, at Loop, we might use LinkedIn for B2B marketing, Instagram to showcase feature visuals, and Google Ads to capture search traffic from potential clients researching software solutions.

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Construction companies potentially can host webinars on LinkedIn to educate potential clients, sharing project highlights on Instagram, and running how-to videos on YouTube can engage audiences in different, complementary ways.

Try combining organic social media posts and email marketing with paid search ads and sponsored content. It can maximise reach without overspending on any single channel.

Why "Set It And Forget It" Campaign Doesn't Work

The idea of setting up a Meta paid campaign and then ignoring it, expecting stable engagement rate and high conversion rate might sound appealing for its simplicity, but it’s a strategy doomed to fail. Here’s why:

The digital marketing landscape is constantly evolving. Competitors change their tactics, audience preferences shift, and new trends emerge. A stagnant campaign quickly becomes outdated.

Effective campaigns require regular monitoring and tweaking. Ad performance can vary based on many factors such as Adjusting ad creatives, testing different audience segments, and refining targeting criteria based on performance data. Ongoing adjustments are necessary to maximise ROI.

Audiences can become desensitised to repetitive ads. Fresh, engaging content keeps your audience interested and maintains high engagement levels.

These are just a few key points FYI that you could start pay attention on from now on.


Don’t forget, that marketing is an ongoing, dynamic process, not a short-term interruption. Comprehensive channel coverage ensures a broad and engaged audience, while regular monitoring and optimisation of campaigns like Meta paid ads prevent stagnation. 

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