The final strategy of the company is the Internet and online advertising. Unlike traditional advertising, Internet advertising will give a company a step ahead of the competition. First, there are no restrictions, such as B. Opening hours for digital marketing, which is helpful for brand engagement and optimization. It’s also cheap, and companies don’t have to spend millions to promote their products. These funds can flow into research and development of new products. Plus, posts are seen by millions of people around the world within seconds, giving them a great way to communicate about their new products and see what new products people might be interested in. Even people who don’t buy immediately can become customers later (Fritz, 2009). Through the various algorithms of the Internet, online advertising targets people who are more likely to buy a product, making it easier for online display advertising on social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Twitter Ads to reach a company’s target audience. Finally, with the help of online analytics tools, companies can understand which strategies are working. Companies can also analyze customer data, such as keyword data, to track the performance of their campaigns and identify areas for improvement. In this regard, its internet marketing strategy may include search engine marketing to promote its website and increase traffic to its online pages and website. Search engine marketing can also attract customers who make search queries about a company (Fritz, 2009). Finally, companies can use mediums such as external links on other websites, email marketing campaigns, and social media to generate traffic.