Dhaka,   Sunday 29 January 2023

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Everything about digital Marketing

Digital marketing is the practice of promoting products or services with the help of digital devices and technology also known as online marketing, e-marketing, or internet marketing, which is done via channels such as email, websites, blogs, social media, and advertisements on websites. Digital marketing is used to increase the visibility of goods and services as well as to drive sales revenue. Visibility - This is the main advantage of digital marketing. A business has the opportunity to be visible to a wider audience, no matter where they are located. With a digital marketing campaign, you can focus on specific demographic groups. Low cost - Investing in digital marketing is much cheaper than investing in other marketing methods such as TV or print advertising. There are no printing or distribution costs with digital marketing. Targeted customers - You can use digital marketing to reach potential customers in a specific location, age group, and interests. You can target customers based on their preferences, so they get the information they need and want. Easy to measure - Digital marketing is easy to measure, so you can track the effectiveness of your campaign and make changes if needed. You can measure the number of clicks, the number of people who view your ads, and the number of people who click on the ads. Customer relationship building - Digital marketing allows companies to interact with customers to build relationships. For example, companies can respond quickly to any questions or comments posted on their websites. Digital marketing also allows companies to track and respond to their customers` online buying behavior. -Internet users: By 2022, the number o

Funding gaps in joint response plan for Rohingyas concern UNHCR

UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, together with the Bangladesh government will soon launch the Joint Response Plan for 2023 to appeal to donor partners for funding to meet the needs of Rohingyas in Bangladesh and the local communities hosting them here. “We shall appeal for approximately $876 million in all relevant sectors, of which some $67 million would be required for our operations on Bhasan Char,” Johannes van der Klaauw, UNHCR Representative in Bangladesh, told UNB in an exclusive interview. As in the past, he said, they do not expect this budget to be funded to the full, but the gap is expected to be much larger in the coming year. “We therefore need to redouble our efforts to mobilize resources and notably development funding, to be used in a flexible manner, as humanitarian aid budgets are no longer available,” said the senior UN official. At the same time, Klaauw said, they are prioritizing funding needs more than before — focusing on the most vulnerable and addressing the most critical gaps. UNHCR continues to appeal for further investments by the international community in refugees’ education and skills development, including vocational training and other forms of capacity-building for adolescent and adult refugees, and opportunities to put the acquired learning and skills into practice through livelihood projects. Rohingya refugees should be allowed to become self-reliant, to purchase part of their daily food, cooking gas, household items, as general distribution of these commodities will no longer be possible as a result of a reduction in financial support from the

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