International Search Engine Marketing with YouTube Videos ab 13.99 EURO Changes in competitive conditions with video ads Akademische Schriftenreihe. 1. Auflage
International Search Engine Marketing with YouTube Videos ab 12.99 EURO Changes in competitive conditions with video ads
It is an undisputed fact, that the Internet has greatly influenced the way marketers communicate with customers. Digital branding is one of the most promising marketing fields and is the most fruitful way to approach consumers nowadays. The present study touches upon the two aspects of Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Optimization (SEO) & Search Engine Advertising (SEA). SEM is used to describe activities associated with researching, submitting and positioning a website within search engines either organically (SEO) or by paid advertisements (SEA). An in-depth analysis of all the actions paid and unpaid, on-site and off-site, a digital marketer can perform to increase a website's visibility in search engines, will be provided. What is more, tips and hints about international expansion & social media marketing will also be included.
Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,9, University of Lincoln (Business and Law), course: International Marketing Strategies, language: English, abstract: According to the list FT Global 500 from the Financial Times, Google is worldwide on position 39 from the companies listed in the stock exchange (Financial Times, 2009). Google was founded in 1998 by the software engineers Larry Page and Sergei Brin. Nowadays, only 12 years later, it has grown to one of the greatest international companies which has a huge influence on the daily life in industrial nations. Furthermore with 66 billion US-Dollars Google is the most valuable brand in the world. They started with a search engine which has pushed the former competition like AltaVista out of business. Google Inc. had in 2008 a turnover of almost 22 billion US-Dollars and it is still growing (Google, 2010). At the beginning they had a positive press but nowadays there are more and more critical voices because of their high market share in the search engine sector of almost 90%. Critics say that Google has too much influence and it is possible that they manipulate data. Google has many current projects where people fear a lack of their own data protection (The Register, 2009; BBC, 2007a). But Google does not have such a success because of a disregard of data protection, they are just more innovative than the competition. They reinvest the benefit they make in innovation and design new products or integrate other innovative companies in their own portfolio. Most of their projects are projects which the world has never seen before (Chaffey et al., 2009, p.3). This piece of work organizes Google's major brands in a GE-Matrix in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses of them. Furthermore the products are evaluated to prognosticate their future in this company. Finally there is a short outline about the sense and the value of these portfolio models in the 21 century.
Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 8 (Niederlande), Fontys University of Applied Sciences Venlo, language: English, abstract: The main problems 'how to optimise a website?'; 'what is the potential of search engine marketing according to international sales increase?' and 'for whom is an investment in search engine marketing advisable?' have been solved in this report. All important factors which have to be considered when optimising a website have been explained and rounded off with concise examples. The report focused on the subarea of online marketing 'search engine marketing (SEM)'. SEM embraces search engine optimisation (SEO) methods and pay per click (PPC). The difference between these methods is that SEO covers lots of measures which can be influenced directly by a company to improve the ranking result of its homepage without spending money. PPC in contrast is rather similar to conventional advertising and does cost money at the moment a person clicks on this advert. Nevertheless an optimal output can only be achieved by carrying out SEO measures and PPC advertising. PPC adverts can also be used to test keywords before starting to optimise a website, so only ideal keywords then can be optimised which lead to the best SEO results. PPC adverts are also a good changeover which can be used until the SEO measures are successful and the homepage is listed on the upper organic results. Surveys regarding to the use and accessibility of the internet within the EU showed that the medium internet has developed as the second most commonly used retail channel within the EU. 65 % of the European population has an internet access and 73 % of the 16 to 24 year old population uses the internet daily or almost daily. More than the half of the Europeans uses the internet for finding information about goods and servi