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  • Google is growing in most markets
  • How many search ranking factors? Today is all about practical tips with examples. No theory – assuming you know – if not, see this slide. Which sectors represented.
  • Some fundamental questions. Why would anyone link to your site (unpaid) How can you engage visitors who aren’t interested right now? Why don’t visitors respond (selective opt-out) What do your Emails add other than selling – they are just like Dell’s – How to make your emails engaging? The basic proposition should be clear also: Who we are? What we do? Where we do it? What makes us different? Why can you trust us? In his Alertbox ‘Tagline Blues: What's the Site About?’ Jakob Nielsen suggests: ‘ To assess whether your homepage communicates effectively to visitors in the crucial first 10 seconds, follow two simple guidelines: First, collect the taglines from your own site and your three strongest competitors. Print them in a bulleted list without identifying the company names. Ask yourself whether you can tell which company does what. More important, ask a handful of people outside your company the same question. Second, look at how you present the company in the main copy on the home page. Rewrite the text to say exactly the opposite. Would any company ever say that? If not, you're not saying much with your copy, either .’ http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20010722.html But the communication of the OVP should not end with the tag-line. More detailed explanations of the benefits of using the OVP can be communicated: On the homepage through feature lists or imagery that shows the benefits or experiences that are available In the About Us section In the Contact Us section In the Help section In the e-newsletter archive In Frequently Asked Questions
  • Use text blocks such that the message and offer are still clear and encourage pictures to be downloaded.

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  • 1. Effective Digital Marketing Techniques for the SME presented to: E-business 2008 Conference - The National B2B Centre 25 th September 2008 Dave Chaffey, Marketing Insights Limited www.davechaffey.com/presentations www.davechaffey.com/MyBooks
  • 2. About Dave Chaffey guru ‘ a religious leader or teacher in the Hindu or Sikh religion or, more generally, a person who is respected for their knowledge of a particular subject and who gives advice ’ Clients include 3M, BP, CIPD, Euroffice, HSBC, IDM, Intel, Mercedes-Benz, Siebel and Tektronix. Analyst at www.e-consultancy.com . E-marketing consultant at www.cScape.com . E-marketing trainer and consultant
    • Cranfield School of Management E-commerce
    • Leeds University Business School
    • Warwick (E-business) 2
    • Previously Birmingham, Derby
    Visiting lecturer at leading UK business schools
    • E-marketing Excellence, Internet Marketing
    • E-business and e-commerce Mgt
    • Total E-mail Marketing
    Author of 6 best-selling business books Recognised by the CIM in 2004 as one of 50 people who have ‘shaped the future of marketing’ and by DTI in 2005 as a key contributor to the development of UK E-commerce in the last 10 years An e-marketing “guru”! www.davechaffey.com
  • 3. Your Toolbox – what really matters? Source: E-consultancy Guide to Managing Digital Channels
  • 4. Agenda – what really matters: 16 Practical Tips Goals, Bounce rates 2. Analytics Bounce rates, inbox 4. Email Marketing OVP/Branding 3. Landing Pages SEO, AdWords 1. Search Engine Marketing Watch out for… Digital Marketing Tips
  • 5. 1. Search Engine Marketing Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Paid Search Marketing = Google AdWords
  • 6. SEM = Google marketing! Tip : Check you are investing according to usage of search engines in each country But remember that less popular engines may give better ROI since lower cost per click
  • 7. Introducing Search Engine Marketing. SEM = SEO + PPC Paid listings - Pay Per Click (PPC) Natural or organic listings - Search engine optimisation (SEO)
  • 8. What are the ranking factors affecting position in Google?
    • 200 + -
    • 1. On-page optimisation
      • Document meta data
      • Keyphrases in document content
      • Creation of new pages
    • 2. Off-page optimisation
      • Link-building – quantity AND quality
        • External links
          • “ Links In”
          • “ Backlinks”
          • “ Inbound links”
        • AND Internal links
    • 3. Behavioural
      • Popularity of sites from toolbar
    • 4.Google’s search spam filters
  • 9. Tip #1. Use the Google Keyword tool to perform demand-gap analysis Free search tools www.davechaffey.com/seo-keyword-tools https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
  • 10. Practice Ethical “White Hat” SEO or else… example of a link-buying penalty
  • 11. Which SEO ranking factors should I focus on?
    • Tip #2. On page:
      • <title> tag = 4.9/5
      • Keyword frequency and density = 3.7/5
      • Keyword in headings = <h1> = 3.1, <h2> = 2.8
      • Keyword in document name = 2.8
      • Meta name description = 2/5
      • Meta name keywords = 1/5
    • Tip #3. Off-page
      • More backlinks (higher PageRank)= 4/5
      • Link anchor text contains keyword = 4.4/5
      • Page assessed as a hub = 3.5/5
      • Page assessed as an authority = 3.5/5
      • Link velocity (rate at which changes) = 3.5/5
    See http://www.seomoz.org/article/search-ranking-factors
  • 12. Tip #4. Controlling your messaging in the search results page Paid listings - Pay Per Click (PPC) Natural or organic listings - Search engine optimisation (SEO) <title> </title> tags <meta name=“description = > tags Or Snippets from page Or www.dmoz.org NB Meta name=“keywords” NOT used by Google
  • 13. Check your brand messaging Practical tip To evaluate use search syntax: site:domain.com + <keyphrase>
  • 14. Tip #5 Use footer links and primary nav for SEO Current accounts page Home page Tip: Ensure primary and secondary Navigation labels include keyphrases within anchor text
  • 15. Tip #6. Create link-bait?
  • 16. Tip #7. Monitoring online influencers & partners: - Your own - Competitors
    • Monitor by:
        • Yahoo! Site Explorer http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/
          • Not Google link: - it’s not comprehensive
        • Googlealert service: www.googlealert.com
          • Most recent updates on phrase, i.e. Brand name + product or service
        • Find partners using Google related: syntax
        • www.davechaffey.com/online-reputation-management-tools
  • 17. Tip #8 Use Google Webmaster tools
    • Reasons for using and distributing diagnosis:
      • Crawl errors
      • Search query performance
      • Internal and external link reports
    Practical Tip : Essential to use: relevant anchor text for linking pages within copy
  • 18. Tip #9. Monitor and improve drivers of Quality Score for paid search Tip: Check a selection of your Quality scores and relevance for keywords within AdWords Ad Groups Terms: CTR = Clickthrough rate Ad text relevance = Match of headline and description to search term Keyword relevance = Match of triggering keyword to search term
  • 19.  
  • 20. How is an Ad Group Structured? https://adwords.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=6106 What are my controls? Daily budget Where, when ads displayed Google Network Number of ad groups Triggering keywords Keyword match type Max CPC bids Copy
  • 21. Good campaign structure leads to relevant ads leading to good quality score
  • 22. 2. Analytics Tuning Google Analytics
  • 23.  
  • 24. Tip #10 Reduce your bounce rate
    • “ Percentage of visitors who enter the site and who then immediately exit ”
    • Should benchmark for different:
      • 1. Digital channels (Search, ads, direct, email)
      • 2. Different sites, placements or search terms
      • 3. Creative
      • 4. Different landing pages
    20% = Great 40% = OK 60% = Spam
  • 25. Tip #6 - tune your www.google.com /analytics setup
    • 1. Define conversion goals (including value) & funnels
    • 2. Define unique pages (e.g. remove Session IDs from URLs)
    • 3. Setup filters (e.g. new visitors only, paid search, campaigns)
    • 4. Put campaign tracking tags in place
    http://www.epikone.com/landing_page.php?utm_campaign=fall-sale &utm_medium=banner &utm_source=boston.com&utm_content=text-only The search term purchased (if you’re buying keywords). This is not always used and is NOT included in the above example. utm_term The version of the ad (used for A/B testing). You can identify two versions of the same ad using this variable. utm_content Who are you partnering with to push your message. A publisher, or for paid search Google, Yahoo, Live Search, utm_source Media channel (i.e. email, banner, CPC, etc). What is the ‘distribution method’ that is used to get our message out to our clients? utm_medium The name of the marketing campaign, e.g. Spring Campaign. utm_campaign Meaning Variable
  • 26. 3. Landing pages Proving your not a dog
  • 27. Persuasion through substantiation
    • 1. Presumed General assumptions in the mind of the perceiver
    • 2. Surface Simple inspection or initial first-hand experience
    • 3. Reputed Third party endorsements, reports or referrals
    • 4. Earned First hand experience that extends over time
    www.euroffice.co.uk
  • 28. Tip #11. Defining your OVP
    • Core brand proposition = Marketing Mix:
      • Who are you?
      • What do you do?
      • Where you do it?
      • What makes you different?
    • OVP - Online Value Proposition
      • Reinforces core brand proposition and credibility, but messaging shows:
      • Value that a site visitor get from your online brand or campaign that…
        • They can’t get from you offline?
        • They can’t get from competitors?
      • Communicate message forcefully: online and offline
  • 29. Does your message stand out? http://www.useit.com/alertbox/banner-blindness.html
  • 30. Examples of Nielsen’s tests
  • 31. Amazon exploits top-left, top-right Source: Etre ( www.etre.com )
  • 32. Tip #12 Answering visitors questions Outcomes + OVP Run-of-Site Signup Customer-centric copy Questions answered
  • 33. Tip #13. Use run-of-site Sign-up and OVP messages OVP = Online Value Proposition
  • 34. Action Scent Trail Value Scent Trail Persona Scent Trail Credibility Scent Trail
  • 35. Tailored campaign landing pages https://www.bankofscotland.co.uk/corporate/day-to-day-banking/accounts/corporate-premium-deposit-account/index.html https://corporate.bankofscotland.co.uk/CPDA
  • 36. 4. Email marketing Are you a spammer? Email template design
  • 37. Tip #14. Get delivered
      • 1. Before you send email (Content)
      • A. Limit use of spam keyphrases
      • B. Test e-mail against spam checker, use: www.lyris.com/resources/contentchecker
      • C. Test delivery / renderability in ISPs/Firewalls
      • D. Educate your list members to whitelist you
      • E. Setup Email server with best practice: Use subdomain: http://email.domain.com , SPF, SenderID, etc
      • 2. After you send Email (Reputation):
      • A. Remove bounces after 3 times (automatic)
      • B. Track complaints through ‘closed-looped systems’
      • C. Track Opens and Clicks across web mail companies and main corporate clients
  • 38. Spam Filter examples (5 or 15 points = SPAM) See http://spamassassin.apache.org/tests.html See http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/HA010450051033.aspx
  • 39. Use a content diagnostic tool : Lyris E-mail Adviser See also Sitevista.com and Browsercam.com
  • 40. Tip #15. Get seen! Beware image blocking
  • 41. Using eyetracking research to inform Email design
    • Heading and subhead copy critical
      • First 2-3 words most important
      • Make hyperlinked
    • Large fonts work well
    • Images often missed
      • Use text link calls-to-action
    • Readers scan down the left of an E-mail
    • First part of para important
      • F shape eyetrack
    • Email intros skipped
      • Use to personalise and engage e.g. with hyperlinks
    Need to deliver Scannability and Skimmability
  • 42. What makes email recipients click?
  • 43. Effective E-mail response example Tip #16. Build the creative and copy around the calls-to-action
  • 44. Thank you!
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      • www.davechaffey.com /presentations
    • Any questions, do e-mail me:
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