Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThe Future Of ExhibitionIs Data-Driven
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch is1. Registration Deck2. Door to the convention floor3. Aisles of the...
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoihttp://trend.naver.com/Search engines offer tools for research
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiCompare multiple search terms using Google Trendshttp://www.google.com/trend...
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Electronics”on Google.com since 2004
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Electronics”on Google.com last 12 months
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Fashion”on Google.com since 2004
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Fashion”on Google.com last 12 months
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiHow to do market prospecting withlocal insight for international interest?Ko...
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoihttp://translate.google.com/globalmarketfinder/
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKorea electronics show
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKorea electronics
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSamsung
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKES KoreaLet’s try searching for KES Koreaon Google.com
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKES Korea
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiRegistrationSearchTypical path from engaging a visitorto complete a registra...
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiShort online registration form tendsto gain better conversion rate
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch isThe door to a convention floor
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi93% of online experiencesbegin with a search engine.
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiAttribution model for purchase - USA
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiLast clickFirst click
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiContribution oforganic searchUSAGERMANYJAPAN
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiTypicaldistributionof trafficsources fora website
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi48%12%8%
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
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Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch isThe aisles of a trade show
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiA lot of trade buyers do online sourcing
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiLet’s see the search suggestions
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch result arecategorized byproducts
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Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
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Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSetup web analytics to track in-sitesearch of your event website
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiStructure your web pages byproduct categories for easytracking and analysis
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThen setup segments to analyzelead pages traffic
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThe Future Of ExhibitionIs Data-Driven• Research online search intent for ma...
Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThank YouConnect me atLinkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
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  • This is an opening slide. I will play the video before my introduction
  • My name is Eddie Choi. I am a search engine marketer. I work for an exhibition service company. Instead of saying the future of exhibition is data-driven, we should narrow down the topic to the future of exhibition is “search-driven.” The buyers of your exhibition will normally search on Internet before they actually visit your event. As mentioned in the video, today’s search engine is the registration deck, door to the convention floor, and the aisles of a trade show.
  • Nowadays search engines offers many useful tool to understand online sales intent and product interest. Look at Naver, the preferred search engine in South Korea, it offers a useful tool for comparing trend of different search terms.
  • Google has the same tool called Google trends. If you are an organizer who organizes exhibition in Korea that target overseas exhibitors, you can use Google trends to analyze the market interests of the overseas exhibitors. You can also use Google trends to identify overseas buyers interest. In this example, I compare five search terms: (1) Korea exhibition (2) export to Korea (3) Korea electronics (4) import from Korea (5) Korea fashion. I collect and compare the market insights for THE last 12 months versus 2004 to the present.
  • For example, let’s use the term “Korea electronics” as an example, you can research for the regional interest and the growing interest of each relevant terms that people are searching on the Internet.
  • You can use the same information and to narrow down to the latest 12 months to identify the latest interest.
  • This is to the same analysis for the researching the term “Korea Fashion”
  • Like the previous example, we can do the same research for the latest 12 month for researching the term “Korea Fashion”
  • Now, let’s try to research for the terms in local language “한국 패션” and “한국 전자”
  • You might not know Google has a very useful tool for market prospecting. The tool is called Google Global Market Finder. If you type in the local terms such as “한국 패션” and “한국 전자”, Google will tell you how many people who have searched those terms locally in their market such as Japan, China, and France, etc. You can use this tool to identify more product interest.
  • Now let’s try to find the interest for Korea Electronics Show
  • Let’s adjust the term to “Korea Electronics.” As you can see in the slide, you will get a different insight.
  • Now let’s try the term “Samsung.” You will see that in my example when you try to adjust and narrow down your search with specific terms, you will get different and even more insight. Then you can pinpoint the interest more accurately.
  • Now let’s try another example. We search search for “KES Korea” on Google.com. Let’s assume I am a buyer in the US and I am planning for visiting an electronics show in Korea. I search on Google before I plan my trip.
  • Let’s count how many steps that we need to go through for completing an online registration for KES
  • This is a typical experience from finding the target visitors on Internet and to successfully get them for completing an online registration. The longer the path of the experience, the likely they will leave in the middle of the experience. So please make your online registration simple, visible, and easy for the website browsing and navigation.
  • For example, Messe Frankfurt, a German exhibition organizer, practiced a short form registration for its textile show “Interstoff” to improve the registration rate. So, according to the opening video, if search engine is the registration deck of a trade show, please simplify and make easy for the steps and process of the registration deck if you want to attract more people to register your show.
  • Let’s see what does it mean.
  • Along the path of making a decision, there are mix of touch points and steps. They all contribute the final result. Some are the last click and some are the first click.
  • The one who passes the ball is the first click to the shooter who is the last click and contribute the final result.
  • Let’s compare the experience among the US, Germany, and Japan. Focus on the arrow point, it is where the people start using search engine to search.
  • This is a typical web analytics screen. It is Google Analytics. This screen demonstrates a typical website traffic that is contributed by different sources of media. You will see in the pie chart, search engine should normally be one of the main sources.
  • Now let’s try to search “Plastics and rubber exhibition” on Google.com. In this result, K-fair is listed one number, and then CEPLAST and then followed by Chinaplas. If you are listed in number one, you will have 48% chance to receive a user click, number 2 with 12% and number 3 with 8%. The bottom will receive less user clicks.
  • Now let’s adjust the term and to narrow it down for Asia. We search “plastics and rubber exhibition in Asia.”
  • Now let’s be even more specific and narrow it down the terms to “Plastics and rubber exhibition in Korea.” We finally see Koplas in the number 3 position. Koplas website lost more opportunity to the website Eventseye, which is listed in number one.
  • Now if we search the exact exhibition name “Korea international plastics & rubber show”, Koplas is listed in number one. That means if people know how to search with the exact search term, the Koplas will receive more clicks.
  • However, a potential buyer of the show might search in different way. The buyers normally search for a specific product instead of a specific event. Searching for a product is more relevant to the buyers’ business need
  • What does is mean?
  • Today a lot of trade buyers use online for product sourcing. Alibaba is one of the most famous online sourcing websites.
  • Almost all the online sourcing websites today have search function. The user experience starts with a search. When you start typing something in the search box, the website will give you some search suggestions. Have you thought about how these search suggestions are composed and provided to the searchers?
  • All the information in the online sourcing websites are listed by product categories.
  • Another online sourcing portal in Asia called “Globalsources.com” Global Sources also organize trade show around the world.
  • Same search-driven experience is provided in Globalsources.com
  • Some trade show websites, such as Koplas, also provide search function in the event website.
  • When you search a term, you get the result.
  • Google provides a service called Google site search or Custom Search. It will improve your site search relevancy that assist the visitors of your website to find information more effectively.
  • When you provide search function in your website, it is very important to also setup web analytics to track the in-site search. These are the terms that tell you the product interest of your event buyers and what are they are looking for at the show.
  • You should also design your web pages according to the product categories.
  • And then to setup the web analytics which will properly track the product pages (or we should call these the lead pages) traffic performance.
  • To conclude my presentation, the future of exhibition is data-driven. You should learn how to effectively use the search engine data and also your web analytics data to assist your show development and to enhance the pre-show visitor experience.
  • My presentation at Busan's Asia Exhibition Forum 2013

    1. 1. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThe Future Of ExhibitionIs Data-Driven
    2. 2. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch is1. Registration Deck2. Door to the convention floor3. Aisles of the trade show
    3. 3. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoihttp://trend.naver.com/Search engines offer tools for research
    4. 4. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiCompare multiple search terms using Google Trendshttp://www.google.com/trends/Last 12 monthsSince 2004
    5. 5. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Electronics”on Google.com since 2004
    6. 6. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Electronics”on Google.com last 12 months
    7. 7. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Fashion”on Google.com since 2004
    8. 8. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch for “Korea Fashion”on Google.com last 12 months
    9. 9. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiHow to do market prospecting withlocal insight for international interest?Korea fashion 한국 패션Korea electronics 한국 전자
    10. 10. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoihttp://translate.google.com/globalmarketfinder/
    11. 11. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKorea electronics show
    12. 12. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKorea electronics
    13. 13. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSamsung
    14. 14. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKES KoreaLet’s try searching for KES Koreaon Google.com
    15. 15. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiKES Korea
    16. 16. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiRegistrationSearchTypical path from engaging a visitorto complete a registrationPotentialdropout
    17. 17. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiShort online registration form tendsto gain better conversion rate
    18. 18. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch isThe door to a convention floor
    19. 19. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi93% of online experiencesbegin with a search engine.
    20. 20. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiAttribution model for purchase - USA
    21. 21. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiLast clickFirst click
    22. 22. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiContribution oforganic searchUSAGERMANYJAPAN
    23. 23. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiTypicaldistributionof trafficsources fora website
    24. 24. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi48%12%8%
    25. 25. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    26. 26. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    27. 27. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    28. 28. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    29. 29. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch isThe aisles of a trade show
    30. 30. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiA lot of trade buyers do online sourcing
    31. 31. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiLet’s see the search suggestions
    32. 32. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSearch result arecategorized byproducts
    33. 33. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    34. 34. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    35. 35. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    36. 36. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    37. 37. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoi
    38. 38. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiSetup web analytics to track in-sitesearch of your event website
    39. 39. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiStructure your web pages byproduct categories for easytracking and analysis
    40. 40. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThen setup segments to analyzelead pages traffic
    41. 41. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThe Future Of ExhibitionIs Data-Driven• Research online search intent for marketprospecting, convert online search traffic intooffline visitors traffic.• Optimize your event website to improve pre-show visitors engagement.• Web traffic segmentation is important forunderstanding buyers’ interest of the event.
    42. 42. Property of Milton | linkedin.com/in/eddiechoiThank YouConnect me atLinkedin.com/in/eddiechoi

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