by Espacio CAMON
Internet marketing, also referred to as i-marketing, web-marketing, online-marketing or e-Marketing, is the marketing of products or services over the Internet.
The Internet has brought media to a global audience. The interactive nature of Internet marketing in terms of providing instant responses and eliciting responses are the unique qualities of the medium. Internet marketing is sometimes considered to be broad in scope because it not only refers to marketing on the Internet, but also includes marketing done via e-mail and wireless media. Management of digital customer data and electronic customer relationship management (ECRM) systems are also often grouped together under internet marketing.
Internet marketing ties together creative and technical aspects of the Internet, including: design, development, advertising, and sales.
Email marketing business promotion through the use of email broadcasts. Email marketing takes many forms and has become one of the preferred methods of unscrupulous online marketers resulting in spam. There are laws to protect consumers from spam abuse.
External links links pointing to a website from outside sources
High quality links links from highly ranked relevant websites
Hit a single visit of the web page generated by the human or search engine spider or automated program
Host / webhost / hosting server a computer on which your website content resides allowing online visitors to visit your web pages.
Impression a single view of the web page or an advertisement by the Internet user. The term impression is used to calculate paid marketing fees as well as estimate internet traffic.
Internal links links within a single website
Internet Marketing a broad term, refers to business promotion online through the use of all or selected internet technologies.
Internet Traffic A number of URL requests during specific timeline in defined Internet networks.
IP address Internet Protocol is a unique numeric address identifying any device connected to the Internet. IP address allows creation of a unique domain name for every website.
Keyword a word used to define search criteria utilizing search engines.
Off-page SEO Entire website search engine optimization techniques which includes interlinking, site structure aka “content silo development” as well as development of back links.
On-page SEO Search engine optimization techniques applied towards a specific web page which includes optimization of title tag, description, keyword strategies, links, images and alt tags, text emphasis and other web page elements.
Organic Search Results Also known as natural search results, entrees orSERPs appearing on the left side of the search engine page results. These entrees achieved through SEO techniques and do not involve paid advertising. Positioning is based on relevance which is calculated by the search engines and depends on a vareity of factors.
Page Rank a hypothetical value of a web page. In theory, page rank reflects the Google score of how valuable the information on the page is. In reality, page rank is not a true reflection of the page value. Google describes its page rank as for entertainment purposes only.
RSS referred to as Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. This allows subscribers to get laters updates from a specific website.
Search Engine a computer or a network of computers which catalogs information accessible through Internet and displays that information to internet users at the time of a search query. Search engines decide what information to display using sophisticated protected logarithms. The big three search engines are: Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
Search Engine Marketing SEM A part of the Internet Marketing dealing with business promotion through search engines. SEM deals with organic website positioning through SEO (Search Engine Optimization) of the website and with paid online advertisement also known as
Search term or search query, a single word or a selection of words used during a search query.
SERP – A Search Engine Result Page or a list of entrees returned by the search engine in response to a search query.
Social media marketing – a specific online marketing strategy based on utilization of online social media sites i.e. Twitter, Digg, YouTube, StumbleUpon, etc.
Web Analytics Analysis of the website or marketing campaign performance through use of Internet technologies.
Website Traffic A number of visitors to a specific website or a page during defined period of time.
Website Usability or web page usability Refers to functionality and user friendly enviroment of the page or a website.
Crystal Planet Solutions,a Kolkata based web development and web design company provide Internet Marketing services to its customer.
Micheal Roberts is a SEO Specialist and entrepreneur in online marketing business. He writes article in different subjects. His job is to write article and post it. For more information on Michael Roberts please contact him [email protected].
Some confusion is obvious on the set of NBC’s “Today” show, regarding the Internet and the @-sign. This is reportedly footage from between segments that was not originally aired, and apparently dates to January 1994, around the time of the Northridge earthquake (that occurred literally five minutes from where I’m sitting, and which I remember very well indeed). Both the video and audio of this clip were in terrible shape when I received it recently — I’ve cleaned up both as much as possible, though the quality (especially hue distortion) still definitely isn’t anything to write home about. Don’t laugh too hard at Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric. It’s easy to forget how relatively recent a phenomenon the Internet is for most persons who use it today!