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Lesson Posted on 05 May Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Lead Magnet - Edible Desire Method

Ashraf Nayeem

Working with many entrepreneurs, one thing is sure all businesses need a strong focus on who you are,...

A lead magnet is the most powerful things you can create to capture leads. But did you know most people do it wrong?When creating a lead magnet, there is a 2 step formula you must follow which is pretty simple to get your targeted audience at the lowest possible price.I call it the Edible Desire Method.On... read more

A lead magnet is the most powerful things you can create to capture leads. But did you know most people do it wrong?

When creating a lead magnet, there is a 2 step formula you must follow which is pretty simple to get your targeted audience at the lowest possible price.

I call it the Edible Desire Method.

On one side we have how desirable something is. How bad do you really want it?

On the other end - how easy is it to consume. Will it be fast? Quick? Or take hours.

So what we do with the Edible Desire Method is to take a look at some common lead magnets in today's Facebook Advertising.

1. Webinars - the desire for a webinar is high. Most people love to learn by watching someone else teach. However, it's not easy to consume. You have to jump through hoops. Then wait for it to start. Then wait another hour or so before it's finished.

2. Ebooks - the desire isn't high. Ebooks are old and outdated. This isn't 1999 anymore. However, it's super fast to consume. Doesn't have a lot of content so it can be read quickly.

So far we have a high but low consumable lead magnet. Then we have a low desired but highly consumable lead magnet. What's the middle ground?

3. Walkthroughs - A walkthrough can also be called a guide, template, swipe file or cheat sheet - it's all the same thing. I call it walkthrough because it's highly desired and it can be consumed very easy and quick.

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Lesson Posted on 04 May Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Dynamic Digital Marketing Program

Inventive Academy

Inventive Academy, the Best Professional Certification Training Solutions in Bangalore is well known...

Digital Marketing: It's a kind online marketing course in the market, that will transform you personally as well as professionally making you Expert and confident in Digital Marketing. With our Dynamic Digital Marketing Program reach new heights in your career graph. Introduction to Digital Marketing ... read more

Digital Marketing:

It's a kind online marketing course in the market, that will transform you personally as well as professionally making you Expert and confident in Digital Marketing. With our Dynamic Digital Marketing Program reach new heights in your career graph.

  •     Introduction to Digital Marketing
  •     Web Analytics
  •     SEO – (On Page Optimization)
  •     SEO – (Off Page Optimization)
  •     PPC Marketing
  •     PPC and Video Marketing
  •     Social Media Marketing
  •     Content Marketing
  •     Mobile Marketing
  •     Lead Management and Growth Hacking
  •     Funnel Creation and Optimization
  •     Marketing Optimization with Hubspot
  •     Project Review

Certification

  • 5 Google Adwords certificates (Search, Display, Ads, Video, and Mobile)
  • One from Inventive Academy on completion of DDMP course
  • One from Google Analytics
  • One from Google digital sales


Benefits:

Digital Marketing has rapidly grown in the past few years as more and more businesses realise the importance of a good online presence. Any effective marketing campaign will include them in its strategy. Let’s understand the different verticals in detail.

Search Engine Optimization: SEO is a very useful and important process of digital marketing. This involves optimising your website to provide the best content and user experience. Websites will have to be optimised for different SEO techniques like on page optimisation, off page optimisation, back-linking, content optimisation etc.
Module 1: Introduction to Online Marketing
Introduction

The Internet is a premium source for promoting your business. There has been a rapid rise in the number of internet users since last few years. Thus Internet is the lucrative place to promote the business.

  •     Role of Marketing in business
  •     Components of marketing, Omnichannel marketing
  •     Understanding digital business models
  •     Introduction to asymmetric business models
  •     Digital tools for value creation of your product
  •     Digital Marketing Concepts
  •     About Search Engine
  •     Current trends in Digital Marketing
  •     Tools & Techniques
  •     Objectives of Digital Marketing


Module 2: Building an Online Business?
What to learn to build a business online?

In the digital age, it is essential for your business to have an online presence. Whether it’s a website, an e-commerce platform, a social media page or a combination of all three, getting your company online will reap major benefits.

  •     Importance of website/Online presence
  •     Website creation, ranking & designing
  •     Page rank, Domain, Hosting
  •     Building a community of fans & customers
  •     Uses of email marketing to convert visitors to Buyers
  •     Taking help of Search engines to the target audience
  •     Increase ROI through upselling and backend sales
  •     Mobile customer service


Module 3: Search Engine Optimization / Optimizer – SEO?
Things to learn about SEO

SEO can be defined as a marketing technique that helps increase the quantity and quality of the traffic to your site. In this section, we will learn all the techniques of ON page and Off Page SEO.

  •     About SEO
  •     On Page Optimisation
  •     Off Page Optimisation
  •     Webdesign for On-page SEO
  •     Site analysis, link building, website audits
  •     Web analytics & Web marketing tips
  •     Optimizing SEO content
  •     Keywords research, density
  •     Search Engine Submissions, tools, etc
  •     Avoiding a Google Penalty
  •     SEO Latest developments
  •     Advanced SEO Techniques


Module 4: Search Engine Marketing/PPC?
Key features of PPC?

SEM is the process which includes gaining website traffic by purchasing ads on search engines were advertising model in which advertisers pay the search engine when the featured add is clicked.

  •     Overview of SEM
  •     Overview of PPC campaigns
  •     Campaign Management
  •     The strategy of PPC campaigns
  •     Types of Ads
  •     Ad Creation techniques
  •     Bidding, Bid strategies, Ad extensions
  •     Building Landing Pages
  •     Reporting & Analysis
  •     Google certification


Module 5: Social Media Marketing – SMM?
Key Aspects of SMM?

Social media marketing means the process of gaining traffic or attention through all social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube and Pinterest.

  •     Creating brand awareness
  •     Targeting right audience in social media
  •     Facebook campaigns, biding, conversions, analysis
  •     Linkedin, campaigns, biding, conversions, analysis
  •     Twitter, campaigns, biding conversions, analysis
  •     Youtube, campaigns, biding, conversions, analysis


Module 6: Online Reputation Management- ORM?
What is ORM?

In this section, we will learn different tactics for improving a company’s online reputation. Online reputation management (ORM) is the practice of crafting strategies that shape or influence the public perception of an organisation, individual or other entity on the Internet.

  •     Introduction to ORM
  •     Analyzing and dealing with Negative & Positive Mentions
  •     Social Media Exposure
  •     Local Listing (optimisation)
  •     Business Profile Creation & Reviews
  •     Online brand enrichment
  •     Online Reputation Monitoring
  •     Effective Online Listening (Tools – Google Alert, TweetDeck, Hootsuite, etc.)
  •     ORM Tools & Strategies


Module 7: Email Marketing?
Learn about Email Marketing?

Email marketing is an important tool for digital marketing and is preferred over traditional marketing. Some of its benefits are Reach, Success, Cost Effectiveness, and Measurability & Flexibility explained in this section.

  •     Introduction, Basics of Email marketing, Emails template creation,
  •     Call-to-action (CTA)
  •     Bulk Emailing
  •     Lead generation
  •     Email Marketing and Your Business
  •     Sending the Right Message with Lifecycle Marketing
  •     Contact Management and Segmentation
  •     The Components of a High-Performing Email
  •     Email Design and Functionality
  •     The Essentials of Email Deliverability
  •     Developing Relationships with Lead Nurturing
  •     Measuring Success with Email Analytics
  •     Email Optimization and Testing

etc.

Note: There are 25 modules in this program which are taught via classroom/online.

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Lesson Posted on 28 Mar Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Email marketing list for mounting business

Edusmart Skills

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What is Email marketing? It is a subscription to any product you have bought. While buying a product online, you might have received any particular mail on your mail account for example: “Thank you for joining our site or Thanks for buying ‘x’ product from us”. By subscribing... read more

What is Email marketing?

It is a subscription to any product you have bought. While buying a product online, you might have received any particular mail on your mail account for example: “Thank you for joining our site or Thanks for buying ‘x’ product from us”. By subscribing to any particular site or any E-commerce website, you get to know about several new offers or latest updates about some products to buy for yourself or your friends and family. Through Email marketing online course we can pick up that Email marketing for any business is appropriate for succeeding profits from buyer’s wish. There aren’t many other marketing stages which allow the customers to go from detecting an offer to procuring an item within two clicks of a button. With a rousing call to action or a link which gives the user straight access to register, email newsletters can energise sales like no other channel.

A limited amount of time sales can be observed related to products you’ve ordered in the past from major online retailers, a product launch with a special opening offer from an information marketer, an invitation to subscribe to an investment newsletter, or even an invitation to attend an online webinar. The possibilities are endless.

All those E letters or content messages you receive from different trades are also a portion of email marketing and destined to be a significant part.

 

Email list

Listing Email is the most creative task, and it also aids in producing or fabricating a large sum of subscribers registering themselves on your site. For creating an email list, you must persuade people to give their name and email address. You must have their agreement to email them. Or else, it is considered spam and it can be resulting in facing some of the penalties such as being levied and even be taken to court. All these stuff must be done sincerely.

There are many other elementary processes which can be learned through Email marketing online course. The most obvious or we can say the apparent advantage of Email marketing online course and email marketing is that it’s meant to be lesser cost associated with traditional marketing networks. There are no print or postage charges and no fees paid in exchange for contact on a billboard, magazine or television channel. Email marketers might consider contributing to professional software to control, track and value their emails. Positively, there may be a small effort for sending thousands of emails at a time, but these costs are far lower than what you would expect to pay using other marketing channels.

Convincing someone to give up their email address is a matter of distinguishing yourself from your challenger. It needs to think about this as it will screen everything that you do as you form your email marketing operation like the copy, the offer and everything. The best part of Email marketing for business is that it can be easily shared with other people by hardly any efforts. Subscribers can forward stunning deals and offers to their friends at the click of a button. There aren’t any other categories of marketing that can be shared as effortlessly as the Email marketing. Subscribers can also become observant on presenting your business to a new market. In the modern period, this practice has been determined to be leading to the traditional type of marketing.

 

Ways of procuring an Email list

  • Your Email content should be notable:

If you want people to continue their subscription, your content needs to be amazing. It should be designed in such a way that it survives long in both the brain and the eyes of the observer.

  • Encourage your existing email subscribers to share your emails

You could include social sharing buttons and an "Email to a Friend" button in your marketing emails, and encourage your subscribers to share and forward your emails. That way, you'll get in contact with new colleagues, friends and networks, who might show some interest in it. A "Subscribe" Call to Action as a simple text-based link, should be added at the bottom of your emails so that those in receipt of the sent emails can easily opt-in, too.

  • Promote an online contest

Sponsoring an online contest is like a free giveaway, and has contestants sign up or submit using their email address. And don't forget to endorse your contest on social media as well.

  • Create multiple email subscriptions types

You must apply yourself in starting a compound email subscriptions types that you will be going to use in the distribution of more and more targeted content to specific segments of your marketing personas. Email receivers are more potential to click through emails that have remained targeted at them, so if you make multiple, targeted subscription types, you'll raise the possibility that invitees will subscribe to one of them.

  • Strengthen an old email list with an opt-in operation.

Do you have an older list that you think gets rotten? Construct a nice-looking opt-in message and send it to your old list reassuring contacts who wish to re-opt-in and skilled to eliminate all contacts who don't respond. Though it might seem like inconsistent to eliminate the people from your email lists to grow them, emailing only engaged contacts could improve your delivering ability and increases the odds of your email getting shared with those outside your current contacts database. Complement a link to your employees' signatures that leads people to a landing page where they can sign up for your mailing list.

  • Ask people to ‘join the club.’

A proposal such as a birthday or anniversary invitations can also be made that would let people enrol by providing their email address and relevant date. Encourage them with some surprising offer for signing up, and follow up with something else unique, such as a discount coupon, on their anniversary or birthday date. By applying this, you might create a fantastic mode of email marketing for your business.

  • Do some telemarketing

All the way through the day, you and your staff perhaps interact with many customers, and discussions are done on the phone. Before you hang up, always ask if they would like to join hands with your email list. Give them a brief report about what are the paybacks for enrolling in your enterprise, For instance: Special offers or discounts that are limited and only available to email subscribers.

  • Design substantial blog

Blogs will be going to help you in creating a clear personal relationship with the customers and take hold of their email addresses. Steadily end blogs with a call that inspires users to sign up. Blog visitors need to provide an email list to leave comments and set it up so that they have to vigorously choose out if they don’t want their email address comprised of your mailing list.

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Lesson Posted on 16/09/2017 Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Digital Marketing Online Training

Edusmart Skills

EduSmart Skills is an online platform where both the teacher and student come face to face online to...

Digital Marketing is the promotion of products or brands with the help of electronic media. It is a sub branch of traditional marketing. It can be online, mobile, TV, Radio or any other kind of media marketing. This course will help you to develop well-rounded digital marketing skills. You will acquire... read more

Digital Marketing is the promotion of products or brands with the help of electronic media. It is a sub branch of traditional marketing. It can be online, mobile, TV, Radio or any other kind of media marketing. This course will help you to develop well-rounded digital marketing skills. You will acquire an in-depth knowledge about the various digital marketing domains and get hands-on experience on the most important digital marketing tools.

We tie up our conceptual training with intensive hands-on practice in various Digital Marketing tools and disciplines. Our motive is to not only make you ready for your next big industry move but also prepare you for one of the most sought after certification exams like OMCA (from OMCP), Google Analytics, Google AdWords, and many more.

Digital marketing training will enable you to:

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the various digital marketing disciplines: search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, pay-per-click (PPC), Website Conversion Rate Optimization, web analytics, content marketing, mobile marketing, email marketing, programmatic buying, marketing automation and digital marketing strategy.
  • Master digital marketing execution tools: Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Pay Per Click, Google Analytics, and Webmaster training.
  • Practice SEO, SMM, Website Conversion Rate Optimization, email marketing and more. 
  • Gain real-life experience by completing projects using Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Pay Per Click, Google Analytics, and Webmaster training.
  • Learn how to formulate, plan, and execute effective digital marketing strategies with our digital marketing strategy module.
  • Prepare for top digital marketing certification exams such as OMCA, Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Facebook Marketing, and YouTube Marketing certifications.

Digital Marketing is a growing industry that offers many career opportunities. This certification is best suited for:

  • Traditional Advertisers and Marketers, to stay relevant in an increasingly digital world.
  • Sales and Business Development professionals, to improve their sales process Aspiring Digital Marketers and Students, to gain entry into the digital marketing industry.
  • Business Owners and Entrepreneurs, to plan and execute effective digital marketing campaigns for business growth. 
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Lesson Posted on 24/08/2017 Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media

6 No-Fuss Tips For Developing A Digital Marketing Strategy

Indian School Of Digital Marketing Management And Technology

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Always start with your customer in mind: Think about your customers’ wants and needs and flesh out your plan based on those and not just your offers, products or services. Be adaptive and ready for change: The online world changes at an alarming rate, so your plan needs to be adaptive to new... read more
  1. Always start with your customer in mind: Think about your customers’ wants and needs and flesh out your plan based on those and not just your offers, products or services.
  2. Be adaptive and ready for change: The online world changes at an alarming rate, so your plan needs to be adaptive to new situations without having to rewrite the whole thing. Try to make sure your plan is adaptable by stating clear long-term objectives and to keep the details to a quarterly term. Your long-term objectives will normally remain the same, it’s the path that will twist and turn along the way.
  3. Keep it Real: Set realistic goals and KPIs. When you’re starting out this part can be quite tricky but it comes clearer as every term as you begin to acquire historic analytics and other performance data. So start now!
  4. Keep it Simple: This is especially true if you are intending to share the report with a marketing team, investors or other stakeholders. Keep the language as marketing spiel-free as possible. This is very important if you want others to buy into your plan.
  5. Keep it fresh: Keep plans up to date. Review your marketing performance and update monthly or quarterly accordingly. Things will change, keep track of the changes and tweak where needed.
  6. No one is perfect: There is no such thing as a perfect plan so don’t fret if you don’t get it on the first time. The important thing is to make sure your plan can adapt and change course accordingly.
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Lesson Posted on 12/08/2017 Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Digital Marketing Terms

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#: 404 : An error message when a page cannot be found on a website. 301 Redirect : A permanent redirect from one URL to another URL. 301 redirects are often used to mask affiliate links. 302 Redirect : A temporary redirect from one URL to another URL. A: Above The Fold : The area of the webpage... read more

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  • 404 : An error message when a page cannot be found on a website.
  • 301 Redirect : A permanent redirect from one URL to another URL. 301 redirects are often used to mask affiliate links.
  • 302 Redirect  : A temporary redirect from one URL to another URL.

A:

  • Above The Fold : The area of the webpage that can be viewed without the user scrolling down.
  • Adsense : A contextual ad serving platform ran by Google which allows webmasters to create an income stream by placing ads on their sites.
  • Adwords : An advertising network ran by Google to allow advertisers to place ads across Google products. Adwords is Google’s #1 income stream.
  • Affiliate : When you are affiliated with a company or service. Usually by selling/advertising their products/services for a commission on sales.
  • Affiliate Marketing : Marketing/advertising products or services that you do not own in exchange for a commission on confirmed sales or leads you have generated.
  • Alexa Rank : A measure based on traffic to a website. The lower the number the better. For example a website with an Alexa rank of 40 gets more traffic than one ranked 200.
  • Algorithm : A set of criteria or rules used to rank websites in search results. Often referred to as the Google Search Algorithm.
  • ALT Text :  The ALT tag or ALT text is a bit of HTML code that is added to an image. This is the text that appears when you hold your mouse over an image on a website.
  • Analytics : The collection and analysis of data. Most people collect data about traffic coming to their website including number of visitors, pages visited and so forth using Google Analytics.
  • Anchor Text : The clickable text of a link.
  • Article Spinning : When you spin an article you can create hundreds of unique articles from 1 seed article by providing alternative words and sentences in the text.
  • Authority : The overall authority a website has based on a range of factors such as popularity, traffic, backlinks, social media shares and so forth. The more popular a website is, the more authority it has.
  • Authority Site : An authoritative site in its niche that is well established with a great user experience and fantastic content.
  • Authorship : Google Authorship is used to identify the author of a particular piece of content on the web via their Google+ profile and Authorship rich snippet markup.
  • Automation : Automating a manual task with a bot such as filling in a web form, signing up to websites, submitting content and so forth.

B:

  • Backlink : When one website links to your website.
  • Below The Fold : The area of the webpage that cannot be seen until the user has scrolled down the page.
  • Black hat SEO : An aggressive form of search engine optimization often using automated tools and unethical practices.
  • Blog : This website is a blog! An online journal where people can share opinions and discuss various topics.
  • Blog Network : A collection of blogs usually owned by the same person that are setup anonymously to manipulate search engine rankings through backlinks.
  • Blogosphere : The blogging community
  • Bot : A computer program that can interact with the internet, usually to automate tasks or scrape data.
  • Bounce Rate : The percentage of people that leave a site without visiting any other pages.
  • Breadcrumbs : A navigation trail on a website that allows you to see where the current page is in the hierarchy/structure.
  • Broken Link : A backlink that points to a page that no longer exists and returns a 404 error.

C:

  • Cache : Serves static versions of dynamic web pages to reduce server load, bandwidth and increase page speed.
  • Call To Action (CTA) : Words or buttons that encourage the user to take a certain action. Clicking on a link or making a purchase for example.
  • Canonical : The preferred/main page when multiple pages have very similar content.
  • Captcha : A challenge/response test to reduce spam. Usually asking people to type in the characters they see in an image or solve a simple math problem.
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) : A web language used to apply styles to web elements such as font size, colour, background & alignment.
  • Citation : Mention of your business name or address on another webpage, with or without a backlink.
  • Click Through Rate (CTR) : The percentage of users that saw an advert compared to how many clicked it. If the ad was seen 100 times and clicked on 40 times, you would have a 40% click through rate.
  • Cloak : When you show different content to search engines and humans. Usually serving up a highly optimised page to search engine bots and an entirely different page to human visitors.
  • Content Management System (CMS) : A user friendly system to manage and publish a range of content online including text, images & videos. This blog is run on the WordPress CMS.
  • Content Spinning : When you take a seed piece of content and ‘spin’ it with alternative words and sentences to produce hundreds of unique articles.
  • Conversion : When a user takes the desired action. Perhaps signing up to an email list or buying a product, that user has ‘converted’.
  • Conversion Rate : The percentage of people that convert. For example if 4 out of 10 visitors buy a product you have a 40% conversion rate.
  • Cookie : A text file that is used by web browsers and websites to store data such as login sessions or to track your activity across a site.
  • Copywriting : The use of words to create compelling text usually used to sell products or capture peoples attention.
  • Cost Per Click (CPC) : How much you will pay/have paid for each click on your link or advert.
  • Cost Per Mille (CPM) : The cost for 1,000 impressions or views of your advert.
  • Crawler : A bot or piece of software that crawls the web to extract and create an index of data.
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS) : A security vulnerability in web forms that can be used to inject code & gain admin access.

D:

  • Dedicated Hosting : Website hosting that is not shared with anyone else. You have a dedicated server serving only your website without sharing resources with other sites.
  • Deep Linking : When you create a backlink to an inner page of a website (any page that isn’t the homepage).
  • Disavow : The Google Disavow tool that allows you to tell Google which backlinks it should ignore when calculating your sites ranking.
  • DoFollow : A backlink that can be followed by search engine spiders/crawlers/bots.
  • Domain Name : A unique name made up of letters, numbers, dashes and periods to identify a website such as www.matthewwoodward.co.uk
  • Downsell : Part of a sales funnel when a user has rejected a more expensive product. You try to sell them something more affordable instead.
  • Dripfeed : When you drip out a certain action over a period of time. Such as drip feeding 70 backlinks over a week, would see them drip feed at a rate of 10 per day.
  • Duplicate Content : Two webpages that feature either duplicate or very similar pieces of content. This is a key cause of the Google Panda penalty.

E:

  • Ebook : A digital version of a book which can be delivered in a number of formats including PDF or for a device like the Amazon Kindle.
  • Ecommerce : Electronic commerce is the buying or selling of products/services on the internet.
  • Email List : A list of peoples email addresses that have signed up to your newsletter, bought your/product service.
  • Email Marketing : A form of direct marketing delivered to peoples email inbox’s. Sometimes this maybe an email to alert of a new blog post or new special offers etc.
  • Expired Domain : The used car world of domains. An expired domain was previously registered by someone else but they chose not to renew it and let it expire.
  • External Link : A link on a webpage that points to a webpage on a different site/domain name.

F:

  • Feed : A feed of data that can serve a number of purposes. For example RSS feeds are used to get the latest updates from websites.
  • Footprint : Something that is constant across a number of websites. For example most sites that used the WordPress CMS can be found by searching for the “powered by wordpress” footprint in Google.
  • Funnel : When you guide web users through a predefined funnel that usually has multiple calls to action. For example visit website > buy product > buy upsell > join newsletter is a ‘funnel’.

G:

  • Google Bot : The search crawler/bot software developed by Google to spider the web and index it.
  • Google Bowling : Maliciously trying to lower a competitors websites standing with Google. This is now known as Negative SEO.
  • Google Dance : When a websites rankings in Google are fluctuating rather than remaining stable. Google Dances often happen in the first few months of a websites life or after link building.
  • Guest Post : When you are invited to publish an article on someone else’s website or blog. This is usually done to create a backlink to your site or to increase traffic/brand awareness/engagement.

H:

  • Hacker : A highly skilled computer programmer. Often confused with the term Cracker which is the same as a hacker, but with malicious/illegal intent.
  • Hits : The total amount of times your website was accessed. A hit is a person visiting your site.
  • HtAccess : An Apache web server configuration file that can be used to create redirects, block spammers and increase your websites security.
  • Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) : A programming language used to create websites. I used HTML to make the text bold.

I:

  • Internet Marketing (IM) : Using the internet to market product or services either as a business owner or an affiliate.
  • Impression : When a user views your advert or webpage.
  • Inbound Link : A backlink pointing to your website.
  • Income Report : A websites monthly earnings and expenses usually compiled in a report format to publicly track progress and growth.
  • Indexed : If a webpage is included in Google’s index of the web.
  • Internal Link : A link on a webpage that points to another page on the same website/domain name.

K:

  • Keyword : An important word/search term that you want to optimise and rank your website for.
  • Keyword Density : The percentage a keyword appears on a page in comparison to the rest of the text. If you have 100 words but 3 of those are you target keyword, you would have a 3% keyword density.
  • Keyword Research : Researching keywords to a**** their search volumes, commercial intent and strength of competition in search engines.
  • Keyword Spam : When you repeat a keyword on a page multiple times through a variety of methods to manipulate the search engines.
  • Keyword Stuffing : When a keyword phrase is used excessively throughout a webpage to falsely increase keyword density.

L:

  • Landing Page : The page you intend the user to first arrive on. Landing pages usually have a clear call to action.
  • Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) : An indexing and retrieval method that works out which words are relevant to other words. Eg Google knows that the word SEO is related to link building, keyword density & link bait.
  • Link : A link from one website to another.
  • Link Bait : A piece of content that is created with the goal of attracting backlinks from other websites.
  • Link Building : When a person creates backlinks to website they own or are in control of.
  • Link Pyramid : A backlink structure that takes the form of the Pyramid with your website at the peak. For example your website may have 100 links pointing to it. Each of those 100, may have 200 links pointing at them. And each of those 200, may have 300 links pointing at them creating a pyramid structure.
  • Link Velocity : The speed at which backlinks to a website are created or removed.

M:

  • Made For Adsense (MFA) : Websites that are specifically built to make money with the Google Adsense program.
  • Meta Description : The description of a webpage that appears in search engine results pages defined with the Meta Description tag in the head section of a webpage.
  • Meta Keywords : The keywords that are used to help search engines workout what a webpage is about. Google dropped support for Meta Keywords in 1998. It is good practice to remove meta keywords entirely in modern times.
  • Meta Robots : A meta tag placed in the head section of a webpage to tell search engine spiders whether to index or follow that specific page.
  • Meta Tags : A collection of tags that include the Meta Title, Meta Description, Meta Keywords & Meta Robots tags that each serve different purposes.
  • Meta Title : The title of a webpage usually seen in the browsers taskbar or in search engine result pages.
  • Monetize : Introducing features to the website that allow it to make money. This could be in the form of banner advertising, affiliate marketing or launching a product/service.
  • Money Site : Your main website that is used to generate an income.

N:

  • Negative SEO : Formally known as Google Bowling, Negative SEO is the malicious practice of harming a competitors websites standing with Google.
  • Niche : A specific topic or market that you target. This blogs niche is internet marketing.
  • NoFollow : A tag that can be added to links telling search engines not to follow them or give them any weight when calculating rankings. Any paid or affiliate link should have the nofollow tag.
  • NoIndex : A tag used to tell search engines not to index the current page. You can also noindex entire sections of websites with the robots.txt file.

O:

  • Offsite SEO : Search engine optimisation techniques that are applied without making changes to your website such as link building or increasing social signals.
  • One Way Link : A link that points to a website that does not provide a link back.
  • Online Marketing : Using the internet to market and sell products and services either as an affiliate or a business owner.
  • Onsite SEO : Search engine optimisation techniques that are applied by making changes to the website.
  • Opt In : When a user joints your email list or opts in to receive communication from you.
  • Organic Link : A backlink to your website that is created naturally by another webmaster.
  • Outbound Link : A link on a webpage that points to a webpage on a different site/domain name.

P:

  • Page Rank : A Google based metric that determines how authoritative a site or webpage is based on the incoming backlinks. PageRank ranges from 0 the least important upto 10 the most important.
  • Page Title : The title of a webpage from the Meta Title tag.
  • Panda : The Google Panda update & penalty was introduced in February 2011 targeting low quality sites and duplicate content.
  • Pay Per Action (PPA) : An advertising model where you only pay for a completed action such as a confirmed sale, email subscription or inbound sales enquiry.
  • Pay Per Click (PPC) : An advertising model where you pay a set amount for every click your advert receives.
  • Penalty : A search engine penalty which may either be algorithmic (automated based on a set of rules) or manually applied after a human review of your site.
  • Penguin : The Google Penguin update & penalty was introd read less
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Lesson Posted on 07/08/2017 Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Top Ways To Make Ecommerce Website Seo Friendly

Vikesh Swami

Dynamic, Energetic Marketing Expert with experience managing online marketing campaigns for B2B and B2C...

Time to think big, extra and dynamic for ecommerce website owners, especially who are looking to increase their online presence, hungry for traffic and sales. Running a successful ecommerce store is not easy in this competitive market. Ecommerce business owners need to spend their precious time on research... read more

Time to think big, extra and dynamic for ecommerce website owners, especially who are looking to increase their online presence, hungry for traffic and sales. Running a successful ecommerce store is not easy in this competitive market. Ecommerce business owners need to spend their precious time on research and get new ideas for marketing, think exceptionally and dynamically to increase their ecommerce sales.

Here is some consideration that makes your Ecommerce website SEO friendly:

1) SEO friendly URL’ s : It’ s very important to make your URL’ s SEO friendly i.e. keyword rich URLs. It directly impacts your SERP’ s and keyword’ s ranking.

ecommerce seo

In this picture you can see ebay.in has SEO friendly URL’ s. In the below picture, amazon.com does not. Make sure your ecommerce website has SEO friendly URL’ s.

amazon

2) Canonicalization : Canonical URL tag is used to avoid URL duplicity. Canonicalization is when same webpage content is loading on multiple URL’ s. This is what Google considers as duplicate web content.

Here is form of duplicity:

http://www.yourdomian.com
http://yourdomain.com
www.yourdomain.com
http://www.yourdomain.com/index.php
http://yourdomain.com/index.php

If two or more than two, similar above mentioned URL’ s contain same content then it indicates presence of duplicity on your website. It can be avoided by simply using redirects form .htaccess or place following tag on your website head section:

You can choose any above forms of URL’ s, simply replaced yellow section.

3) 301 Redirects : It’ s highly important for you to make your website 301 redirects. By changing and removing URL’ s, you can lose your website’ s traffic. Using 301 redirects we can easily redirect our customers to new pages. We can also say that permanent redirects from one page to another. Benefits of using 301 redirects are that we can escape from losing customers and link juice.

4) Google webmaster Tools : Google webmaster is a key to improve your website’ s health. These will help you to find out crawling, indexing, and malware errors on your website. We can get detailed summary of queries and it identifies our potential customer behavior as well.

Here’s an Example:

webmaster

5) Brand Domain Name : After updating EMD algorithm by Google, it’ s important to choose your brand domain name instead of keywords based domain. It’ s easy to optimize at starting level but for long term process choose exact brand domain name, it will be helpful to find you by customers. You need to select a brand domain name, because your decision can affects your search rankings.

6) SiteMap.xml: Sitemap.xml plays very important role to indexing or crawling your website. It contains all pages of your website, give information to search engine about all web pages of your website.

Basically there are two types of site map:
HTML Sitemap
XML Sitemap

Sitemap.xml for search engines and sitemap.html for visitors, through sitemap.xml you can help search engine to crawl and index your web pages without any obstacles. Sitemap.html helps users to get information about your website web pages.

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Answered on 18/08/2017 Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Aditya Antil

Digital Marketing Specialist

No institute is going to help you if you know the basics of Digital marketing or have some experience. I have joined DSIM but of no use. They just tell you the basics. Easy way is join Linkedin learning program where you can learn everything through videos and practicals.
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Answered on 09/02/2017 Functional Training/Internet & Digital Media/Digital Marketing Training

Skillup Global

Hi Rukshi, The reason that you are not enjoying you current job indicate that you are not on the right job. First of all understand your personality, dominant intelligence as well as your competency to choose the right job. Just trying our different things will waste your money and precious time. Sooner... read more
Hi Rukshi, The reason that you are not enjoying you current job indicate that you are not on the right job. First of all understand your personality, dominant intelligence as well as your competency to choose the right job. Just trying our different things will waste your money and precious time. Sooner you can get into the right job, the sooner you will start loving what you do and will ensure that you have a happy career and life. Do not randomly experiment at this stage in life. read less
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