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  • 1. Search MarketingIntroduction to Search Marketing
  • 2. Introduction to Search Engine• Search engine collects the information by using various programs and display the relevant search query result when visitor search for it.• Typically, Web search engines work by sending out a spider to fetch as many documents as possible.• Another program, called an indexer, then reads these documents and creates an index based on the words contained in each document
  • 3. Various Search EnginesType Search Engine Description Google - The worlds most popular search engine.
  • 4. Why Search Marketing?Introduction to Search Engine Marketing and Online Advertising•A search engine helps users find the things theyre looking for online.•The visitors are in "hunt mode”•A direct or indirect commercial nature•somewhere in the buying cycle, researching a product or service•satisfy an immediate need or future need.•best sources of targeted trafficSearch engine traffic is unique in the following ways:•Search engine traffic is a non-intrusive method of Internet marketing.•Voluntary and audience-driven search.
  • 5. Paid Advertising ProgramsMost search engines provide two types of results listings in response to thesame user query: organic (also called "natural" or "free") listings, and paidlistings (i.e., advertisements).Paid Advertising programs by various Search Engines/Portals•Google adwords•MSN Adcenter•Amazon Product Ads•EBay Ad commerce•Exact Seek Sponsor•Adroll Paid Advertising•Yahoo Search Marketing – Merged with MSN Adcenter.•Miva Search Advertising
  • 6. Paid Advertising Methods/ModelsPaid Advertising Methods/Models3.Pay Per click Model ( PPC )4.CPM Model ( Cost per Thousand Impressions)5.Cost per Acquisition Model ( CPA)6.Cost Per Lead ( CPL)7.Management Fee ModelAdvertiser select the appropriate suits for his business then create an ad, collectkeywords and them in their Account.
  • 7. Introduction to Google and Google AdWords• As a search engine, Google gathers and organizes a multitude of information from the Internet, then makes this information available to users throughout the world who are searching online.• Google Sponsor Listing
  • 8. The Benefits of AdWordsRelevance•Ability to precisely target ads to users based – interest, – location, – language, – demographic.Return on Investment (ROI) – create, – modify, or – delete keywords, ads, and campaign targeting selections within seconds.Reach•Segmentation•Targeted Visitors
  • 9. Common AdWords TermsHere are a few of the most commonly used AdWords terms:•Keyword•Placement•Image ad•Campaign & Ad Group•Impression (Impr.)•Click•Clickthrough Rate (CTR)•Cost-per-click (CPC)•Maximum cost-per-click (maximum CPC)•Cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM)•Quality Score•First page bid estimates
  • 10. Creating an AdWords AccountIf youre new to online advertising, the first step is to establish your advertising goals.Youll probably find it easier to build your account once you can answer thesequestions:•What does your company (or division) do? Do you have different product lines?What are they?•Whos your primary audience (target market) for your products and services? Doyou need to reach different audiences with separate sets of keywords or ads?•What are you trying to sell or promote? What do you want people to do (buy, visit,download, subscribe)?•What results would you like to see? What would you consider a good return on yourinvestment?
  • 11. AdWords Account GuidelinesIn order to preserve the quality and diversity of ads running on Google,individuals advertising for themselves or for their own businesses may only have asingle AdWords account unless explicitly advised otherwise by Google.This means that we dont allow advertisers or affiliates to have any of thefollowing:•Ads across multiple accounts for the same or similar businesses•Ads across multiple accounts triggered by the same or similar keywords
  • 12. Introduction to AdWords Account ManagementThere are six main tabs in an AdWords account: Home, Campaigns, Opportunities,Tools & Analysis, Billing, and My account. Each tab may have one or more sub-pages,which you can view by clicking the tab.
  • 13. Home: This tab contains your Account Snapshot page
  • 14. Opportunities: This tab is a central location for keyword and budget optimizationideas across your account. When you want to increase your traffic or sales volume,but are unsure of the types of changes you should make,this can be a good place to start.
  • 15. • Tools and Analysis : this tab contains Keyword tool, traffic estimator, placement tools, contextual targeting tool, ad preview and diagnosis, conversion tab, Change History and Google analytics
  • 16. Next week Topics• Campaign Management• Ad group management
  • 17. Thank you