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Author: Andreas Ramos; Stephanie Cota
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2009.
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"Leverage today's Internet marketing strategies to reach customers, increase sales, and establish performance-based marketing in your organization. Search Engine Marketing explains how to use Web analytics, key performance indicators (KPIs), search engine optimization (SEO), and search marketing - the critical tools for success. Multichannel marketing, which uses radio, TV, and print to broadcast your message, is  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andreas Ramos; Stephanie Cota
ISBN: 9780071597333 0071597336
OCLC Number: 184828301
Description: xx, 267 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1 Integrated Marketing 1 --
What We Can Learn from Offline Marketing 2 --
Google's Role in the Digitization of Analog Media 5 --
The Limits of Traditional Media in a Fragmented Marketing World 5 --
Using Unique URLs and Tracking Codes 6 --
The Buying Cycle and the Moment of Purchase 6 --
Integrated Marketing: The New Approach 10 --
Manage Integrated Marketing with Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM) 13 --
Unica and Omniture 13 --
Seven Tips from Unica 14 --
Interview: Yuchun Lee, CEO of Unica 21 --
Chapter 2 KPIs 29 --
A KPI-Driven Business Process 30 --
Define Your Goals 31 --
Calculate Your KPIs 31 --
KPI Worksheet 36 --
Use CPLs to Manage Your Campaigns 38 --
Go After Your Competitors' Customers 39 --
Set Your Baseline 39 --
How to Set a PPC Budget for a New Product 42 --
How to Set a Budget for an Existing Product 43 --
The Breakeven Point 44 --
The Social Context of KPIs: Communicate Your Results 45 --
KPI and Analytics in Your Marketing Strategy 45 --
Chapter 3 Analytics 47 --
Web Analytics as Your Business Tool 48 --
Web Analytics, Quantitative Analytics, or Analytics? 50 --
Five Steps Toward a Data-Driven Organization 51 --
Business Goals 52 --
What You Can Do with Analytics 54 --
Challenges in the Vendor Selection Process 55 --
How to Send Out Reports 57 --
Tips for Getting Started 58 --
How to Handle Configuration and Setup 59 --
Placing the Analytics Code on the Pages 60 --
Why Don't My Numbers Match Up? 61 --
Migration from One Analytics Package to Another 61 --
Vendors in Analytics 62 --
Blogs about Analytics 80 --
Books on Analytics 80 --
Organizations and Trade Shows 81 --
Courses and Training 82 --
Chapter 4 Google Analytics 85 --
Install and Configure Google Analytics 86 --
Define Your Goals 86 --
Sign Up for Google Analytics 87 --
Install the Tracking Code 87 --
The Problems with Installing Analytics 88 --
Create Profiles 89 --
Configure the Profile 91 --
How to Create Tracking URLs 99 --
Use Event Tracking with Flash, Ajax, and Web 2.0 102 --
Schedule Reports 102 --
How Long Does It Take for Data to Appear? 105 --
Using Google Analytics 105 --
Using the Dashboard 106 --
Setting the Date Range 107 --
Comparing Metrics 110 --
Navigating in Google Analytics 111 --
Best Practices in Analytics: Using the Top Reports 112 --
Other Reports 131 --
Visitors 131 --
Traffic Sources 132 --
Export and Send Reports 135 --
Export the Reports 136 --
Email Reports 136 --
Modify or Delete Reports 136 --
Limitations of Google Analytics 137 --
Google Analytics' FAQs and Support 138 --
Chapter 5 SEO 139 --
What Is SEO? 140 --
The Traditional Approach: Faith-based SEO 140 --
New SEO: Analytics Changes the Game 141 --
The Main Search Engines 141 --
Specialty Search Engines 141 --
The Links in the Search Engines 142 --
The Three Types of Searches 143 --
How Does Google Rank the Results for Searches? 144 --
What Lowers Your Ranking 144 --
Which Language Do You Use? 145 --
Google's Quality Raters 146 --
Write Good Content 146 --
An Overview of SEO Methods 147 --
Internal Architecture 148 --
Find Keywords That Produce Conversions 151 --
Writing Your Unique Selling Proposition 152 --
Add Your Keywords to Your USP 153 --
The Website's URL 153 --
The TITLE Tag 155 --
The DESCRIPTION Tag 156 --
The KEYWORD Tag 158 --
Folder Names and File Names 158 --
The Body Content 158 --
Writing the Page 158 --
The Headings 159 --
The Body Paragraph 160 --
Cross-links within Your Site 160 --
Tags in the Images 160 --
Get Your Images Indexed 161 --
Sitemaps 161 --
Additional Items for SEO 163 --
SEO in the Visitor's Research Phase 163 --
SEO in the Visitor's Purchase Phase 163 --
Google Pagerank: No Longer an Issue 164 --
Track Your Keyword Ranking 164 --
Sitelinks 165 --
SEO for Web 2.0 165 --
Get Links to Your Site from Other Sites 166 --
Keep Visitors at Your Site with Custom 404-Pages 168 --
Point Search Engines to New Pages with 301-Redirect 168 --
Submit Your Website to the Search Engines 169 --
Keep the Search Engines Out 169 --
The Google Sandbox 170 --
When to Outsource the SEO 170 --
Selecting an SEO Company 171 --
What Not to Do in SEO 172 --
Issues in SEO 172 --
Spammer Techniques 173 --
How Search Engines Deal with Spammers 173 --
Books on SEO and PPC 177 --
Chapter 6 PPC 179 --
What Is Pay-per-Click? 180 --
Paid Placement vs. Unpaid Links 181 --
Our Site Is at the Top of Google: Why Should We Pay for PPC? 182 --
PPC at Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft: Similarity and Differences 183 --
Do People Really Click the Ads? 183 --
The Benefits of PPC in the Purchase Phase 184 --
Using PPC for the Three Basic Types of Searches 184 --
What Kind of E-commerce Site? 185 --
Overview of a PPC Campaign 187 --
AdWords Acronyms 188 --
How Your Ads Are Distributed: Search Network vs. Content Network 189 --
Set Up the Search and Content Networks 189 --
Overview of the Search Network 190 --
Keyword Research 190 --
Types of Matching 191 --
Trademarks and Keywords 192 --
Negative Keywords 192 --
How Many Keywords Can You Have? 193 --
Creating the Ad Groups 193 --
Naming the Ad Groups 194 --
Writing the Ads 194 --
How to Use Dynamic Insertion 195 --
Use A/B Split Testing to Write Better Ads 197 --
Ads in the Blue Box 198 --
Setting the Ad Timeframe 199 --
AdWords Bidding: Minimum Bids 199 --
What about Your Competitors' Bids? 200 --
What You Actually Pay 201 --
The Quality Score 202 --
The Ad Rank Score 204 --
The X-Charts: How to Tell When Your Optimization Works 205 --
Manual Bid Management: Do It by Hand 207 --
Automated Bid Management: Let the Machine Do It 207 --
Google's ABM Tools 208 --
What Is the Best Position for Your Ads? 209 --
Why Isn't My Ad on Google? 210 --
Using Campaigns and Ad Groups 210 --
Use the Content Network 211 --
Use Image Ads in the Content Network 213 --
Google Gadget Ads 214 --
Placement Targeting 215 --
The Strategy for Landing Pages with High Conversions 216 --
How to Build Landing Pages for High Conversions 217 --
Use a Thank-You Page 219 --
Multivariate Testing 220 --
Geotargeting: Advertising by City or State 221 --
Conversion Tracking 224 --
Errors with Conversion Tracking 225 --
AdWords Reports 225 --
Additional Google Tools 226 --
Use the AdWords Editor to Manage Your Ads and Keywords 226 --
Quick Tips for Using the AdWords Editor 226 --
The MCC: One Login for All of Your Accounts 228 --
PPC Blogs 228 --
Other Forms of Advertising in Google 229 --
Use Google to Advertise on AM/FM Radio 231 --
Use Google to Advertise on TV 233 --
Use Google to Advertise in Newspapers 233 --
The Other Leading Brands: Yahoo! and Microsoft 234 --
Selling in China with Baidu.com 235 --
Global Market Share 236 --
PPC for Web 2.0 237 --
Should I Worry about Click Fraud? 237 --
Is PPC for You? 237 --
How Do I Get an Account Rep? 239 --
How to Get Help with PPC 239 --
How to Tell If Your PPC Agency Is Doing a Good Job 240 --
The Future of AdWords 241 --
Books on Advertising and Sales 242.
Responsibility: Andreas Ramos, Stephanie Cota.

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