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eMerchant Digital Solutions Managing director Mr Shakir Ali providing valuable information and suggestions on digital marketing for Small & Medium Enterprises and how to promote business in online and ...

eMerchant Digital Solutions Managing director Mr Shakir Ali providing valuable information and suggestions on digital marketing for Small & Medium Enterprises and how to promote business in online and Online lead Generation Process. for More info visit us http://www.emerchantdigital.com/ or call 91-40-23300827

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Indo Arab Chamber of Commerce (IACC) Work Shop on Use of Digital Marketing as Lead Generation process for Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) by Shakir Ali - eMerchant Digital Indo Arab Chamber of Commerce (IACC) Work Shop on Use of Digital Marketing as Lead Generation process for Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) by Shakir Ali - eMerchant Digital Presentation Transcript

  • The IACC SME Conference, 2013
  • SME sector of India SMEs are : •The backbone of economy •Contributing • 45% of the industrial output • 40% of India’s exports • employing 60 million people • create 1.3 million jobs every year and • produce more than 8000 quality products for the Indian and international markets. •With approximately 30 million SMEs in India, 12 million people expected to join the workforce in next 3 years and the sector growing at a rate of 8% per year
  • Challenges for SMEs •Limited opportunities for Economies of scaleLimited opportunities for Economies of scale •Increased development cost, low profitsIncreased development cost, low profits •Losing customers, repeat orderLosing customers, repeat order •Higher cost of marketingHigher cost of marketing •Hope: if we get more orders, our problem will be solved.Hope: if we get more orders, our problem will be solved. •Fact: Not able to get…..How shall we??Fact: Not able to get…..How shall we??
  • SMEs Always Eye @
  • Marketing in terms of SMEs “Marketing is telling people what you do” “Question: As SMEs, do we just want to tell What we do?” Small Baby always takes small steps. No one knows that he/ she will be winner of 100m Gold Medal in Olympic. Do we??
  • Energize your business in a BIG way on a small step… Start Discussing in Smaller Forum Brainstorming/ formulate group Make Small Business Plan
  • Energize your business in a BIG way on a small step… Enhance your understanding of marketing principals that when implemented, will increase awareness of your company and will help increase sales.
  • Marketing Redefined…. Simply stated, marketing is everything you do to place your product or service in the hands of potential customers.
  • What is Your Product or Service? Know what you are selling. If your customer requires a hole be clear on the type of hole required. What is the need and how will you meet that need.
  • Who is Your Customer? • Need Recognition • Information Search • Evaluation of Alternatives • Purchase • Post-Purchase Behavior DECISION-MAKING PROCESS • Initiator • Influencers/Evaluators • Gatekeepers • Decider • Purchaser • Users BUYING ROLES Think about who are the gatekeepers, influencers and what role they play. Political, economic , social and technological parameters apply.
  • Be Where Your Customers are • Association Events • Chamber Events • Trade Shows • Business Publications • Seminars • Internet
  • Internet is Blood of Business Internet as One of Life's Fundamental Resources  Air  Water  Internet One of every three college students and employees surveyed globally (33%) believes the Internet is a fundamental resource for the human race
  • Why Go Online? Online Media is a Powerful & Cheapest tool for Building yourBrand Connecting to Consumers Acquiring New Customers 24/7/365 Update Information Quickly Improve Communication
  • How Does the Internet Affect Your Business? The Web is dramatically influencing consumer behaviour and changing how your business connects with potential customers. Web presence that allows Consumers to find you Connect with you Support you Do business with you online. This isn’t just a trend. It’s a new way of doing business.
  • We Spend Lot of Time Online
  • Website Necessities Whetheryou’re a Barber Plumber Restaurant owner Jewellery maker Massage therapist Bakery Medical Non-profit organization Or“ YourKind of Organization” A website is extremely essential in today’s viral digital World.
  • Every Businesses Need an Online Presence 85% of consumers are searching forlocal businesses online. But, there’s a big numberof small businesses that might not show up online. Consumers Searching forLocal Businesses Online Small Businesses Without a Website Small Businesses That Don’t Show Up in Search Results
  • Set your Website Goal A website without a goal is like a ship without a rudder
  • What is your website going to do for you? Set a SMART goal S pecific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time-Bound
  • Examples of good website goals To increase email subscription numbers by 50% within 6 months To attract 10 new online requests for services perweek To sell Products online with a total value of US$5,000 PerMonth
  •  How to Identify & Target your market ? Make your website for your market ; “not foryourself”
  • Don’t try and appeal to everyone You will only dilute your Impact
  • Why would someone be interested in your website? Identify the benefits that your website provides
  • Who are your competitors targeting?  Can you target the same group?  Is there another untargeted group?
  • Can you appeal to this market more than your competitors?  What makes yourproduct /Service stand out?  Is it realistic to enterthis market?
  • Finally: Revisit your website goal and include any findings
  • Use Content to Meet Customer Needs
  • SEM Vs. SEO – What is the difference?
  • "90% of all clicks happen on the 1st page of Google results. If a userdoesn't find what they are looking, they try again with a different keyword."
  • Consumers Use Search Engines Consumers rely on Google, Yahoo!, and Bing to help them find information, making these search engines important tools in your online marketing strategy. Meet Customer Needs with the “RIGHT CONTENT”
  • Landing Page Alignment Promises  Make sure yourpage title and copy match why/how yourvisitorarrived  Make information simple to access  If coming through paid search ordisplay ads, make sure content lookand feel match
  • Search Engine Rank Matters How well you rank in search engine results significantly affects whether or not consumers find your business, products, and services. Both paid search advertising and organic search engine optimization are essential tools to help you show up in search engine results.
  • The Most Important SEO Matrices
  • Social Media Amplify YourReach with Social
  • Social Media Use is on the Rise Since 2005, social networking has been the fastest-growing online activity. 66% of adult Internet users access social media. It was ONLY 8% of online adults using social media in 2005. Now …..
  • Consumers Socialize Online Social networking is one of the most popularactivities online. Forsome consumers, posting updates to their social media profiles has become part of theirdaily routines. People are engaging on social media.
  • Consumers “Like” Facebook There are 155 million Facebook users in the U.S. Over 955 million active monthly users in the world. Chances are, many people in your target marketing audience are using Facebook. No matterwho yourtarget audience is, Facebookis a good place to target yourmessages and connect with consumers.
  • Consumers Socialize on Many Platforms LinkedIn plays very important role in reaching decision makers Youtube helps to create awareness and use it for Facebook
  • Online Reputation Affects Consumer Decisions Online reviews and recommendations are playing an important role in how consumers make theirpurchasing decisions. 7 out of 10 Consumers said they trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. 5 out of 10 Consumers said they were more likely to use a local business that has a positive reputation.
  • Consumers Engage with Business Videos Online Because online videos are becoming more mainstream, consumers are becoming more willing to watch them to get the information they want. 8.5 out of 10 People may watch a video if it contains product information. 8.7 out of 10 People reported they may watch demonstrations of a product.
  • DIGITAL MARKETING SERVICES: In Total
  • Conversion
  • Digital Literacy In India The numberof active internet users in India grew with 38% in comparison with last year, reaching 75 million in 2012.
  • "No w this is no t the e nd. It is no t e ve n the be g inning o f the e nd. But it is, pe rhaps, theendof the beginning. " — Winston Churchill It’s your turn now!! The Digital Movement Just Begun?
  • E-MERCHANT’S SERVICES FOCUS
  • QuestionsQuestions PleasePlease Presented by:Presented by: Shakir AliShakir Ali +91-9849256286+91-9849256286 shakir@emerchantdigital.comshakir@emerchantdigital.com