I am no marketing expert.

My goal is to create a checklist of tools that will help me create a digital marketing audit template that I can use to create an audit report for my clients.

This audit report is not a blueprint for how I plan to conduct an audit.

It is an audit tool that helps me to assess the effectiveness of my marketing strategy and to identify areas of improvement.

It provides a list of questions that will guide me in determining how to proceed with my audit.

However, it is not designed to be a blueprint.

The template below is a snapshot of my methodology for creating an audit template.

It does not cover every aspect of the audit process.

It only describes a few of the ways in which I use the template to perform the audit.

I also use this template to help me evaluate my marketing strategies for future audit reports.

1.

What Are the Most Important Issues?

There are three key areas that I look at as the most important issues for an audit: Brand identity, retention, and retention goals.

Brand identity is an important factor for an auditor’s audit.

The brand identity of a business is the company name, brand, and logo that is displayed on its website or on a billboard.

This brand identity is a crucial part of identifying the business and its customers.

For a company to be successful, its brand identity needs to be recognizable.

For example, a company’s brand name may be “Kisses,” “The Love Foundation,” or “Penny Lane.”

In order to make this brand identity recognizable, a business needs to use the same branding and brand name that is used in all other branding.

The following are some key points to consider when assessing the brand identity for an enterprise: Does the brand name match the logo used on the business’s website?