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  • 1. Welcome toUnderstanding online marketing<br />Sam Shettysam@nettschool.com.au<br />
  • 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Why you need to act NOW!
  • 3. Search engine optimisation
  • 4. Search engine advertising
  • 5. Social media marketing
  • 6. Q &amp; A</li></li></ul><li>Go where the people are.<br /><ul><li>Do you know any shopping centre that can reach over 20 million people and is open 24 hours a day?</li></li></ul><li>Show me the money!<br />$23 billion<br />Spent by Australians on online goods in 2008*.<br /><ul><li> 57% of total ecommerce spend was domestic**
  • 7. In 2012, Aussies are predicted to spend $32 billion online!*
  • 8. Nearly 80% of internet users have made a purchase online***
  • 9. * Source: Forrester research - B and T Magazine August 2009.
  • 10. ** Source: APCA – B and T Magazine August 2009
  • 11. *** Source: Neilsen Rating study - reported in Marketing Charts, November 2008</li></li></ul><li>Average online spend in Australia<br />US$4160<br />Australians are the biggest online spenders in Asia-Pacific region.<br />Average online spend in the past 12 months*:<br /><ul><li>Singapore US$3480
  • 12. Japan US$3175
  • 13. South Korea US$3027
  • 14. India US$2147
  • 15. Hong Kong US$1698</li></ul>* Visa e-Commerce Tracking Survey Nov 2008   <br />
  • 16. Research process <br />
  • 17. The last step <br />
  • 18.
  • 19. Better conversions<br />
  • 20. Common problems and concerns<br /><ul><li>Is your website not generating enough traffic &amp; revenue?
  • 21. Too far down the search engine results?
  • 22. Not getting enough online enquiries?
  • 23. Unsure about keyword strategy?
  • 24. Confused by link strategy?
  • 25. Is your website hard to find?</li></li></ul><li>So - what are my options?<br /><ul><li>SEO - Search Engine Optimisation
  • 26. SEA - Search Engine Advertising
  • 27. SMM - Social Media Marketing</li></li></ul><li>What is search engine optimisation?<br />Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via “natural” (“organic” or “algorithmic”) search results.<br />Wikipedia<br />
  • 28. Sales conversions<br />&gt;55%<br />More than 55% of online purchases come from a search engine.<br />
  • 29. How many sites will they visit?<br />52%<br />of consumers visit only 1 or 2 sites when researching a product*<br /><ul><li>36% visit 3-5 sites for research
  • 30. Only 12 % visit 6 or more sites!</li></ul>* Source: ACRS “The Internet’s Role in Offline Purchase Behaviour”, Feb ‘09  <br />
  • 31. Avoiding the 15 second ‘bounce’<br />15 seconds<br />…before a potential customer hits the ‘Back’ button<br />Make sure they stay!<br />Tell them…<br /><ul><li>Who you are?
  • 32. What you do?
  • 33. Why is it important to them?
  • 34. What to do next? </li></li></ul><li>
  • 35. Send converting traffic <br />
  • 36. People don’t buy products!<br /><ul><li>Customers don’t buy products – they buy the means of achieving a personal goal, need or desire
  • 37. For example: there are ten times more searches for ‘recipe’ or ‘diet’ than there are for ‘pasta’ or ‘herbs’
  • 38. Identify what your target customers may be trying to achieve rather than what you are trying to sell
  • 39. Then research the keywords they use to reach those goals</li></li></ul><li>The life of a Google query<br /><ul><li>The life span of a Google query normally lasts less than half a second, yet involves a number of different steps that must be completed before results can be delivered to a person seeking information.</li></li></ul><li>Search Engine Optimisation<br /><ul><li>Indexing your website
  • 40. Google analytics
  • 41. Keyword research(Keyword research report)
  • 42. Competition analysis
  • 43. Site structure
  • 44. Sitemap
  • 45. Local business results
  • 46. On-page optimisation
  • 47. Directory submission
  • 48. Article submission
  • 49. Link building
  • 50. Industry specific optimisation</li></li></ul><li>Crawlability /Link Architecture <br />
  • 51. Tag Length recommendations<br />
  • 52. Duplicate Content <br />
  • 53.
  • 54. Manual link submission request <br />
  • 55. Competitive link research /Acquisition<br />
  • 56. Links via embedded content <br />
  • 57. Links via Viral Campaigns<br />
  • 58.
  • 59. SEO limitations<br /><ul><li>Takes longer to get near the top
  • 60. Google is always one step ahead
  • 61. Flash websites are much harder to optimise
  • 62. High competition for the best keywords
  • 63. Difficult to rank high for generic keywords </li></ul>Is there something else I can use to get around these problems?<br />
  • 64. What is search engine advertising/ PPC<br />…a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs) through the use of paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.<br />Wikipedia<br />
  • 65. Why should you consider?<br />
  • 66. Where should I advertise ?<br />
  • 67. Natural vs sponsored results<br />
  • 68. The process<br />
  • 69. Above the fold !!<br />
  • 70. Google adwords<br />
  • 71. Why AdWords ….<br />
  • 72. Setting up a PPC campaign<br /><ul><li>Easy to setup
  • 73. Decide on a daily budget
  • 74. Set your maximum cost per click (CPC)
  • 75. Create a keyword list
  • 76. Write an ad which attracts customers
  • 77. Decide on a ‘call to action’
  • 78. Track, monitor, modify and improve
  • 79. Landing pages </li></li></ul><li>Case study <br /><ul><li>Exclusively bridesmaids
  • 80. Landing page</li></li></ul><li>Common SEA problems<br /><ul><li>“My daily budget gets blown quickly!”
  • 81. “The ads don’t appear like they’re supposed to”
  • 82. “My company can afford more”
  • 83. “It’s too expensive”
  • 84. “‘Tyre-kickers’ waste my money”
  • 85. “My ads have a high bounce rate”</li></li></ul><li>What is social media marketing? <br />Social media marketing is a term that describes use of social networks, online communities, blogs, wikis or any other online collaborative media for marketing, sales, public relations and customer service. <br />Wikipedia<br />
  • 86. Search marketing vs social media marketing<br /><ul><li>Search marketing: Bringing customers to your site
  • 87. Social media marketing: Going where your customers are!</li></li></ul><li> You might think social media is this<br />
  • 88. These are just tools – snow shovels<br />
  • 89. Deciding to use a tool is a TACTIC<br /> I want to use a snow shovel to benefit my business<br />
  • 90. Using them to reach goals is a STRATEGY<br /> Clearing my driveway helps more customers get where they’re going<br />
  • 91. Knowing the customer goal may reveal better tools<br /> Wow! Cleanest driveway in the street!<br />
  • 92. The entire web is social – with many tools<br />
  • 93. Replying to an email is a social activity…<br />
  • 94. Writing on a blog is a social activity…<br />
  • 95. Interacting with a website is a social activity…<br />
  • 96. The web is a two way conversation!<br />
  • 97. Businesses often ask thewrong question<br />How can my business sell more by using social media?<br />
  • 98. There is a better question<br />How can I use the social web to help consumers achieve their goals?<br />
  • 99. “Social Media Marketing:<br />Enables Others to Advocate for Your Business Through Compelling Content”<br />Image credit: Ian Sane<br />
  • 100. “Social Media is Like a Cocktail Party:<br />Listen Then Respond”<br />
  • 101. How does your audience behave?<br />73%<br />…of purchases are first researched online<br /><ul><li>69% of Aussie users read blogs
  • 102. 83% have viewed video online
  • 103. 39% subscribe to RSS feeds</li></ul>Source * Universal McCann International social media research, <br />wave 3<br />   <br />
  • 104. Where do my customers hang out?<br />9.9 million<br />Australians used social media in Dec 2009!<br /><ul><li>29% of time spent online in Australia is on Facebook!
  • 105. Twitter grew 1067% in Australia in the first half of 2009!</li></ul>*Neilsen Company Jan 2010<br />   <br />
  • 106. Social media is ‘word of mouth’ marketing<br /><ul><li>90% of consumers value recommendations from friends higher than any other marketing!</li></li></ul><li>Word of mouth marketing<br />
  • 107. Facebook overtook Google in March 2010<br />*courtesy Hitwise Australia, <br />March 2010 (Hitwise.com.au)<br />
  • 108. “Twitter is like a Text Message with<br />a BCC: To The World”<br />
  • 109. Businesses Use Twitter to Converse with Prospects, Provide Customer Service and Drive Website Traffic.<br />
  • 110. “Links are the Currency of the Social Web”<br />
  • 111. “Facebook is a social network that connects people personally and professionally through connections, messages, photos, &amp; videos.”<br />Photo Credit: Marvin Kuo<br />
  • 112. “Company Blogs are Digital Publications <br />that Allow Public Responses”<br />Photo Credit kevindooley<br />
  • 113. To Blog or not to Blog ?<br />Blogs are search engine magnets that can drive traffic to key areas of your company website.<br />Blogs can gather sales leads.<br />Blogs are a means of establishing leadership or expertise in your industry.<br />Blogs are a means of building relationships with customers and prospects and improving customer interaction.<br />Blogs offer the ability to communicate quickly on fast-breaking news, issues, or events.<br />Blogs help build brand awareness and help define your brand.<br />Blogs are a low-cost marketing channel.<br />
  • 114. Social Media Can Drive <br />Leads and Customers<br />Photo Credit: PhotoDu.de<br />
  • 115. Social media is for B2B &amp; B2C<br />
  • 116. Let’s look at just one tool<br />
  • 117. Twitter – evolved with user behaviour<br />
  • 118. What is Twitter?<br /><ul><li>A “microblogging” platform
  • 119. Allows people to create posts (“tweets”) of 140 characters or less
  • 120. Users can “follow” others that interest them</li></li></ul><li>Starting out as a ‘broadcast’ medium…<br /><ul><li>One way messaging
  • 121. Followers couldn’t reply to tweets
  • 122. Difficult to create conversations</li></li></ul><li>...it evolved into an &apos;engagement&apos; medium<br /><ul><li>Users created the ‘@’ reply
  • 123. Began using # to tag conversations
  • 124. Twitter adopted and built these behaviours into the application</li></li></ul><li>Users transformed how Twitter worked<br /><ul><li>Turned it into a true communications network
  • 125. Extremely rapid spread of ideas, content and comments
  • 126. Twitter is entirely about people talking to each other – word of mouth</li></li></ul><li>Will someone recommend your product?<br />
  • 127. Will someone recommend your shop?<br />
  • 128. Wow! Now this is word of mouth!<br />a<br />
  • 129. Brand awareness / customer engagement<br />
  • 130. Customer service &amp; support<br />
  • 131. Should we care what one person thinks?<br /><ul><li>Trib has over 4,000 followers. I’d care!
  • 132. How many followers may share this with their followers? And so on…
  • 133. Do you know what people are saying about your business?</li></li></ul><li>But then, so is this! <br />a<br />
  • 134. Twitter marketing strategies<br />
  • 135. Nearly there…<br />CONCLUSION<br />
  • 136. Conclusion<br />Q&amp;A<br />THANK YOU<br />Sam Shettysam@nettschool.com.au<br />

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