Terminology of Internet Marketing
Online advertising is a means of promotion using the Internet and the World Wide Web to deliver marketing messages to currents and future clients.
Online advertising may include contextual ads, banner ads, information on webpages, blogs, the social media websites such as Facebook, online classified advertisements and email marketing.
History of Internet Marketing.
Internet marketing began in 1994 with the first banner ad for several advertisers. Total revenue in the United States grew to around 7,000,000 x 2001. This represented 3% of overall advertising expenditure. The.com failures destroyed early online marketing and reduced the demand for it.
Internet marketing regain some momentum in 2004 with the arrival of web 2.0. Several businesses emerge that facilitated buying and selling of added to advertisements on the Internet these included eBay and Amazon.
It is believed that the proportion of advertisements that will be directed to the Internet will increase significantly over time as more devices such as mobile telephones and televisions become increasingly popular amongst potential purchasers. Google had a sevenfold increase in its value between 2004 when it was at $29 billion to 215,000,000,000 by the end of 2007.
Benefits of Internet marketing.
A second benefit is the efficiency of the system. Add words, Yahoo! search marketing and Google AdSense in Maybole advertisements to be shown on the relevant pages or next to search results.
Search engine marketing (SEM) is one form of Internet marketing involving promotion of websites by increasing their visibility in the search engine results pages through optimisation. On page optimisation involves improving contents and the words used in the underlying coding. Off page optimisation involves building links.
Internet marketing should be less expensive than traditional marketing techniques. It can reach a fast but precisely targeted audience. As there are no geographical barriers it is possible to do business internationally and to sell any product or service from any location.
There are several marketing options including article distribution, directory listings, and email marketing.
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