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Emarketing, Kishan seo Expert, Kishan Modanwal

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Emarketing, Kishan seo Expert, Kishan Modanwal

  1. 1. How To Use SEO and SEM Strategies
  2. 2. Offline / Online Offline, bustling crowds pass by your place of business. Some of the passerby traffic notices you and walks in. "Location, Location, Location" Online, people search for information. Millions of people. Each searches alone. "Information, information, information"
  3. 3. SOME FACTS TO CONSIDER • According to qSearch, approximately 85% of the Canadian Internet population conducts at least one search at the top engines each month (compared to 73% of the U.S. on-line population). Canadians conducted approximately 575 mln searches last April, while 1.2 bln US searches made in May 2004.
  4. 4. • Google - Searching 4,285,199,774 web pages • 28% of Google searches are for a "product/service name", 9% are for a "brand name" and 5% are searches for a "company name". • 85%* of all Web site traffic and 70%* of all online purchases originate from a search engine. (*Jupiter Research) • Micro Commerce opportunities for new products and services will generate an estimated $60 bln in revenue per year by 2015 according to Gartner. A micro purchase is a purchase valued at less than $5 and conducted electronically, where the settlement can be either prepaid, by subscription, on-the-spot, or invoiced. • For More Facts Visit
  5. 5. Site Building Process
  6. 6. Issues to Cover Definitions SEO and SEM Strategies Brand Recognition and Identity Q&A
  7. 7. Definitions • SE = Search Engine is a tool that enables users to locate information on the World Wide Web. Search engines use keywords entered by users to find Web sites which contain the information sought. • Web Directory = a search service that arranges the web pages it knows about into categories and subcategories. Often picked by human beings for inclusion in the categories. • SEO / SEM = A form of online marketing, Search Engine Optimization / Search Engine Marketing is the process of making a site and its content highly relevant for both search engines and searchers. Successful search marketing helps a site gain top positioning for relevant words and phrases.
  8. 8. Definitions • PR = Page Rank a system for ranking web pages developed by Google - • PPC = Pay Per Click online advertising payment model in which payment is based solely on qualifying click- through. • CTR = Click Through Rate advertising term indicating the percentage of viewers who click on a banner advertisement and follow the link • BLOGS = a frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links • RSS = Real Simple Syndication
  9. 9. Key internet marketing strategies • Search engine optimization (SEO) - no cost per click • Search engine marketing (SEM) - cost per click
  10. 10. Search engine optimization What is SEO? SEO is the act of modifying a website to increase its ranking in organic (vs paid), crawler-based listings of search engines How do organic search listings work? • A spider or crawler which is a component of a SE gathers listings by automatically "crawling" the web • The spider follows links to web pages, makes copies of the pages and stores them in the SE’s index • Based on this data, the SE then indexes the pages and ranks the websites • Major SEs that index pages using spiders: Google, Yahoo, AltaVista, MSN, AOL, Lycos
  11. 11. TOP Search Engines and Directories • The TOP 8: 1. Google 2. Yahoo 3. MSN 4. AOL 5. Altavista 6. Infoseek 7. Lycos 8. Excite represent 88.86% of all search engines. • Web Directory – Yahoo, DMOZ, LookSmart • What SE and Directories do you use?
  12. 12. Search engine optimization/cont’d SEO strategies/techniques 1. Domain name strategies - domain names are traffic magnets > 63 million domain names registered > 4.7 million domain names registered 1st quarter 2004 - choose a domain name that will increase your search engine ranking. How? - use keywords, location, advertising terms, product names - choose a keyword that is important for your business
  13. 13. Search engine optimization/cont’d 2. Linking strategies - the text in the links should include keywords - the more inbound links the higher the SE ranking - if the site linking to you is already indexed, spiders will also receive your site - quality of inbound links is critical - how to increase links: a) creative content / copywriting b) good outbound links c) target a list of sites from which you can request inbound links - links for the sake of links can damage your search rankings “Link relevancy is critical in getting your site indexed by search engines” “A small number of inbound links from high-quality, relevant sites is more valuable than many links from low-traffic, irrelevant sites.”
  14. 14. Search engine optimization/cont’d • 3. Keywords - the most important in optimizing rankings - research what keywords are people searching for using tools e.g. Wordtracker ( - keywords are words that appear the most in a page - the spider chooses the appropriate keywords for each page, then sends them back to its SE - your web site will then be indexed based on your keywords - can be key phrases or a single keyword - do not use common words eg ‘the’ ‘and’ ‘of’: spiders ignore them - write keyword-rich text - balance keyword-rich and readability - always have text in your page: at least 100 words
  15. 15. Keywords / Phrases Suggestion Choose your Keywords: - Theme Related - Popular - Low Competition / Find Your Niche Market
  16. 16. Search engine optimization/cont’d 4. Title tags - important in optimizing rankings - the first thing that a search engine displays on a search return - must keywords in title to be ranked no. 1 - should have the exact keyword you use for the page - every single web page must have its own title tag - you can use up to 65 characters - example (title is littered with keywords) 5. Meta description tags - displayed below the title in search results - use dynamic, promotional language - use keywords
  17. 17. Search engine optimisation/cont’d Meta keywords tags - no longer carry weight with major SEs - a myth that meta keywords alone affect rankings 6. Alt tags - include keywords in your alt tags 7. Submit your website to SEs for indexing - submit your site to search engine directories, directory sites and portal sites - indexing takes time (~ 3 months)
  18. 18. Search engine optimization/cont’d SEO - what is NOT recommended Flash and shockwave - spiders do not pick up these files Image only sites - spiders do not pick up images Image maps - spiders cannot read image maps. Do not use them on your home page or critical pages. Frames - only one page can be titled (titling is critical in search rankings) - If the spider cannot read the complete page (because of the frames), it will not be indexed properly. - Some spiders may not even read a frames web site Misspellings, JavaScript or HTML errors (validate your code)
  19. 19. Search engine optimization/cont’d PDF files - Although some search engines can index them, the pages must be interpreted into HTML and can lose much of their content. - place PDFs lower down in your site Drop down menus – spiders cannot read them therefore make sure you have a SiteMap
  20. 20. Search engine optimization/cont’d In summary… Make Search Engines work for you!!! Critical elements - domain name, links, keywords, title, meta description, alt tags, submitting your website to SEs - keywords galore: include in page copy, title, description, domain name, ALT tags No-nos - flash, image-only sites, image maps, frames, password protected pages, code errors
  21. 21. Search engine optimization/cont’d How SEO elements affect organic listings Title tag Meta description tag (or first para of text if no meta des has been added) Keywords
  22. 22. Search engine marketing What is search engine marketing (SEM)? SEM is the act of marketing a website via search engines by purchasing paid listings What are paid listings? These are listings that search engines sell to advertisers, usually through paid placement or paid inclusion programs. In contrast, organic listings are not sold.
  23. 23. Search engine marketing/cont’d Paid listings: 1. Paid inclusions - Advertising programs where pages are guaranteed to be included in a search engine's index in exchange for payment - no guaranteed ranking - payment made on a Cost Per Click (CPC) basis Advertisers pay to be included in the directory on a CPC basis or per-url fee basis with no guarantee of specific placement
  24. 24. Search engine marketing/cont’d 2. Paid placements - Advertising programs where listings are guaranteed to appear in organic listings - the higher the fee, the higher the ranking - eg sponsored links and Google’s Ad words - can be purchased from a portal or a search network - search networks are often set up in an auction environment where keywords and phrases are associated with a cost-per-click (CPC) fee. - Google and Overture are the largest networks
  25. 25. Search engine marketing/cont’d Paid placements - Google Paid placements
  26. 26. Other internet marketing strategies • Usability driven information architecture • Effective copywriting, dynamic content through SE friendly web portals, BLOGS, RSS • Affiliate programs • Email marketing and online newsletters • Interactive customer relationships • Web traffic analysis and web analytics
  27. 27. Conclusion on SEO and SEM • If budget allows, undertake both SEO and SEM as SEM enables ROI tracking (leads and conversions) • If budget is lower go for SEO • Recommendation for - SEO for organic promotion - SEM for campaigns and international markets
  28. 28. Conclusion on SEO and SEM This is just the tip of the iceberg. Search marketing is a new and cost effective promotion tool. Stay informed… and stay ahead of your competitor.
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  30. 30. • MORE STUFF if there is time left …. Else • Q &A
  31. 31. What is a Brand? – Brand implementation principles • What is a brand? “A product is made in a factory; a brand is made in the mind.” Walter Landor - Founder, Landor Associates Brand implementation principles In order to translate the brand idea into a coherent experience and to vindicate its promise: • The media applications that “make it real” have to form a consistent, unified impression and should always be closely linked to the company’s brand identity. • The expectations generated by the brand should never be allowed to be invalidated by broken promises, inconsistent language or “out-of-character” visual presentation.
  32. 32. 5 Metrics of a Strong Brand The brand— as idea, promise and • experience—must fulfill five standards: • 1. It must be relevant to a real or projected • need in the marketplace. • 2. It must be deliverable—the company • must have the infrastructure, assets and • intellectual capital to fulfill the promise • and deliver value. • 3. It must be credible—the company behind • the promise must be perceived as capable • of delivering it. • 4. It must be differentiating—it must possess • some quality that distinguishes it from all • other competitively relevant brands. • 5. It must be both inspired and • inspiring—it must motivate interest, • action and enthusiasm among • employees, shareholders and customers.
  33. 33. What is a Brand? – The three touch points of a brand • There are three fundamental touch points between a brand and the market: 1. Behavior • Brand behavior is the associate code • of conduct toward clients, the public, • the financial community, the corporation • and each other. It must be manifest in • everything we do, from the way the • phones are answered in a call center to • choices about the kinds of philanthropic • programs with which we choose to align. • Brand behavior is the brand brought to • life in the most vital, social and personal • way. Our actions as a company and • the actions of our associates will have • to vindicate our promises at every turn, • creating and sustaining a complete brand • experience for our clients.
  34. 34. What is a Brand? – The three touch points of a brand 2. Appearance (“look and feel”) • ”Look and feel” applies to a wide range • of graphic design applications including • corporate symbol and signature, color • palette, packaging, business systems, • architectural signs, product design and • standard attire. These must be consistent • with each other while clearly and recognizably • expressing the brand positioning.
  35. 35. What is a Brand? – The three touch points of a brand 3. Language (“voice” or “tone and manner”) • ”Tone and manner” or “voice” spans • a company’s entire system of verbal • communications—from ad copy, taglines, • brand lines and slogans to internet • content, press releases, white papers and • product names. Tone and manner shapes • every message our company sends. • As with look and feel, these different • verbal expressions must be consistent • across all media, serve as a recognizable and • faithful voice of the brand and speak in • different “dialects,” in deference to its • distinct audiences.
  36. 36. Brand – Message and mood - Be confident. Quietly. Our message should be understated, subtle, not boastful. Our voice is one of partner, not seller. This is not about making claims; it’s about who we are. - Be understated. The dramatic understatement of underpromising and overdelivering is the tone to strive for. Find it. - Be clean and crisp. Use elegant, simple but effective communication. Visually and verbally, less is more. - Be conversational. The message should speak with people, not talk at them. You are their partner, share our message with them. - Be respectful and non-promotional. Engage the reader by speaking in a common language. No chest-beating or competitor-bashing. Avoid jargon. - Be benefit-driven. How does this product or service enhance people’s lives? Talk about the benefit. - Be global. Do not use metaphors or sports analogies. Consider translations and image selection with a world view in mind. - Be sensitive. Not all cultures in the global village share the same values. For example, subtle humor is a wonderful tool to use but humor “here” isn’t necessarily humor “there.” Also consider facial expressions and body language in the images you select. - Be sure. Test the visual and verbal content with the target audience to be sure that you’re communicating what you want to communicate. Every copy direction, every visual cue should do double duty— both fulfilling the goal of each assignment as well as communicating the brand promise. If it isn’t building brand value, then it is stealing from it. There is no neutral position on the brand value scale! - Obtain approval. All ads, literature and other external marketing communication materials must be reviewed and approved before they are submitted for final production or publication.
  37. 37. What is a Brand? – Conclusion • Mold your online and offline presence into a creative brand that will impress your clients and stand out in a crowded marketplace.
  38. 38. Why is internet marketing important? It gives companies the ability to: • Drive high quality customers to their website • Increase sales leads from customers looking for their products and services • Build their brand online by communicating marketing messages to their target audience • Increase their profile against their competitors • Target a global and local audience via search engines • Be accountable with ROI tracking (SEM)
  39. 39. SEM and the Buying Cycle Campaign Goals and Objectives should line up with the profile of the searcher. While longer phrases tend to be further down the cycle, short ones may be as well, brands, products, etc.
  40. 40. Know The Engine’s Creative Nuances: Google. • Rewards CTR, but high CTR can sometimes dilute quality • Test your ROI for different creative Overture. • Lower CTR may be acceptable but low Click Index can result in ad cancellation • Determine your volume, vs. prequal levels FindWhat, Kanoodle, Enhance, etc…. • Read the editorial guidelines
  41. 41. Share Data across PPC and Organic: Organic keywords • Tell you how your site is found • Give you new PPC keywords to try PPC keywords. • Knowing what converts when you pay gives you a goal for organic pages. 70% of people click on the organic listings • Tune your site for both kinds of traffic
  42. 42. Conclusion: Want to win in Search Engine Marketing? Control risk through education, best practices, smart people, and appropriate use of effective technology, not just for tracking but for campaign optimization. Do you want to be a survivor and a winner in the game of search engine marketing? Learn how the game is played. Campaign efficiency is not optional for search marketers, it is imperative. Questions? e-mail
  43. 43. The End THANK YOU !