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Tuesday 21st of February 2012 - admin

Search Engine Marketing, Social Media & Search Engine Optimization Strategies are all about having your business services and product found on the Web. SEO is all about the rankings. It’s in significance the organic process by which you increase traffic and volume to your site and how early your website appears in the search results of major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN; this process usually deals with the development and design portion of your site making websites friendlier, ensuring and appealing that the message on your website is clear. One of the popular approaches to obtain traffic to your website is through the use of Social Media Strategies.

Social Media Optimization (SMO) is the type of media that is based on interaction and conversation between people online. With the use of greatly accessible publishing methods and the use of social media platforms such as Twitter, WordPress, Blogger, Facebook, Orkut, and others, Social Media has transformed the technique people communicate and has modernized the technique business reach consumers through the web.

Search Engine Marketing (SEM), on the other hand, is a form of online marketing or internet marketing to promote the site for which you want to increase volume and traffic. It’s about HOW you get prospects to your website mainly through contextual advertising, Pay-Per-Click and paid placements advertisements.

Is the market ready for your service or product?

I was analyzing with a group of businessmen on how to identify if the market is ready for your service or product, we came up with some good points which I’m writing here:

  • Leverage Google – purchase appropriate adwords and see how many people subscription to be informed of the up-coming service.
  • Discuss with prospects – For Enterprise service, discuss with some target enterprise clients and see if they service resounds with them? Would they purchase the service, under the terms and conditions? One great sign is: How fast are you getting meetings with determined decision-purchasers and makers? If they necessary a lot of massaging to obtain them to take a meeting and they are not shuffling or canceling you around for other priorities, then it is a good indicator you are onto something.
  • Monetary Value – What is the monetary/budgetary value of solving this pain for your clients? Would they be do things quicker, streamlining processes, reducing costs etc? YouTube for instance doesn’t have monetary/budgetary value but modernized how people and business shared videos.
  • Channels/Partners - If you’ve to sell through distribution or partners networks, do they immediately see the value it would give to their end-client and agree to distribute at economic-terms?

When I teach small-business classes on internet marketing strategy, I often ask associate the question, “Who’re your clients? Who’ll purchase your service or product?” I’m often amazed which otherwise savvy small business people either have no appearance that’ll purchase from them, or they believe that ‘everyone’ will. Acquisitions like this can lead to wrong pricing, wrong decisions, wrong marketing strategy – and eventually, business failure.

The most successful businesses understand which only a limited amount of people will purchase their service or product. The task then becomes ascertaining, as closely as possible, certainly who those people are, and “targeting” the business’s internet marketing dollars and efforts toward them. You, too, can develop a better, powerful business, by serving and identifying a particular clients group – your target market.

One of the 1st things you need to do is to purify your service or product so that you’re not trying to be ‘all things to all people.’ Become a professional!

People purchase services or products for three basic reasons:

  • To solve queries/problems.
  • To make themselves sense good.
  • To satisfy basic requirements.

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