Critical Evaluation Of Internet Advertising

Autor: Marcella Vurro
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3640526260
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Essay from the year 2009 in the subject Communications - Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, grade: very good, Liverpool John Moores University, course: Integrated Marketing Communication, language: English, abstract: The essay is focussing on a critical evaluation of online advertising. It examines different online advertising instruments, such as banner, websites, keyword advertising etc. and identifies the advantages and disadvantages of online advertising.

Internet Advertising

Autor: David W. Schumann
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9780805851090
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Building on the research presented in their previous edition, Advertising and the World Wide Web (1999), editors David W. Schumann and Esther Thorson offer the expertise of active scholars in the area of Internet advertising in this new volume, and allow readers to reflect on the ever-changing nature of the Internet. Internet Advertising marks this important point in history, taking into account the state of practice, theoretical conceptualizations, empirical research, creative typologies, and potential considerations. Nearly all chapters are in the form of integrated reviews of theory and research, which provide a source of both previous knowledge, as well as future focus for advertising strategy. The volume is arranged in four sections covering: the foundations of Internet advertising theory consumer response to Internet advertising topical areas in which Internet advertising has significant influence on the consumer human needs and trends that will likely have significant impact on the future of Internet advertising. This contemporary analysis of Internet advertising will appeal to all practitioners and students of the Internet, and will effectively suit courses taught in this area.

Advertising On The Internet

Autor: Robbin Zeff
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471344049
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How today's most successful online advertisers and marketers maximize their online presence, and how you can too This updated and expanded Second Edition of the bestselling guide to online advertising is must reading for everyone who wants to take advantage of the most important new advertising medium since television. A complete primer on online advertising for businesses of all sizes, it gets you up to speed on the crucial issues, hot new trends, and most effective new technologies in Internet advertising. Loaded with examples of some of today's most successful online advertising and marketing initiatives, it gives you the inside track on: * Successful online ad models * Market research online * Direct marketing, including opt-in e-mail, promotions, and sweepstakes * Targeting and personalization * Internet advertising management tools * Traffic measurement and gauging the effectiveness of your ads * Buying and selling ads on your Web site * Advertising locally * Advertising to an international market * Legal aspects of Internet advertising * How to advertise for free, or almost free (contributed by Eric Ward, the father of grassroots advertising strategies) On the companion Web site at you'll find: * Links to additional training and tool resources

Internet Advertising And Promotion

Autor: Jerry Graham
Publisher: JIREH Marketing
ISBN: 1466328452
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Over the last 10 years or so, the Internet has become more and more ingrained in our daily lives. People use the Internet to search for almost everything, including local businesses and other local information. With the explosive growth of smartphones, this rush to the Internet for information is clearly accelerating. The question you must ask yourself is, "When someone is looking for the products/services I offer, and they look on their smartphone or on their computer, can they find me?" If the answer is "no", or even if the answer is "I have a website, but it's not bringing me any new customers," then this book, full of free Internet Advertising ideas is for you. The bottom line is that if you're not on page 1 of a Google search for your product or service, you are virtually invisible. If you're still relying on your very expensive ad in the Yellow Pages to bring you new customers, you've undoubtedly noticed a sharp drop-off in effectiveness over the last several years. There is a concern that the cost of Internet advertising is prohibitive and that only the major corporations can play that game and win. The truth is just the opposite. More and more, the big boys are falling off of page 1 as Google continues to move toward their local search strategy. Internet advertising marketing is rapidly becoming the media of choice, especially for small, local businesses. This book describes many of the things that you need to be aware of when marketing on the web, as well as some of the ways that you can not only reach new customers, but get your existing customers to spend more money with you, and do it more often. Within this book you will find information such as: - Why mobile marketing is important and how to have a great mobile site... - How social media is changing things up, and how to have a great social media strategy... - Facebook Ads Best Practices... - How to make use of review sites like Yelp and CitySearch... - Things a site absolutely must have to be optimized for success... - And a LOT more.


Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3322867935
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It is clear that the costs, strategies and effectiveness of Internet marketing differ greatly from conventional marketing. This book contains a wide range of white papers and case studies written by specialists, which inform you on how to exploit the new advertising trend. The information details the best strategies and will save you a great deal of time and money.

Topics In Internet Advertising

Autor: Benjamin Edelman
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This thesis consists of three essays about Internet advertising. The first essay considers instability resulting from market rules in early pay-per-click advertising. The second presents modern pay-per-click advertising and associated advertiser strategies. The third analyzes certain certifications widely used to promote both legitimate and illegitimate web sites. Pay-per-click advertising began with first-price auctions, where advertisers' payments equaled their own bids. This pricing rule gave rise to cycling, as shown in the first essay. The first essay also demonstrates that an alternative pricing rule could have eliminated cycling while increasing search engines' revenues in "popular" keyword markets consistent with current conditions. Developments in search engine advertising brought the generalized second-price auction. Although this mechanism looks similar to the Vickrey-Clarke-Groves mechanism, its properties are importantly different. In particular, GSP generally does not have an equilibrium in dominant strategies, and truth-telling is not an equilibrium of GSP. The second essay offers the unique equilibrium of the generalized English auction that corresponds to GSP, shows that this equilibrium is ex post, and confirms that it yields payoffs identical to those under the dominant strategy of VCG. In sharp contrast to the well-defined mechanisms of search engine advertising, certain online "trust" certifications lack precise rules for participation. My third essay analyzes two such certification systems. As to the more widespread certification, I demonstrate that certified sites are actually less trustworthy than sites that forego certification. I also present analogous results as to search engine advertising--finding ads at leading search engines to be more than twice as likely to be untrustworthy as corresponding organic search results for the same search terms.

Know Online Advertising

Autor: Avinash Tiwary
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
ISBN: 1482872471
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This book is an extensive resource to demystify online advertising. While it walks you through the very basics of digital advertising like media buying, media planning, tracking and optimization ;it alsodiscussed the topics much in limelight like programmatic buying, real time bidding, ad exchanges, etc. The book is as helpful for beginners as it is to the experienced. Once you pick it up, it will help clearing all your doubts and will teach you more, helping to increase your knowledge. Internet, once understood, is a powerful platform to launch ideas, build brands and run successful businesses.If you have a business and aspire to scale it up multi fold, decoding internet is an essential skill and this book is a must have. If you are a marketer, this book willhelp you deepen your understanding of the potent value channel of Internet. Unleash its potential by reading through the book and you will hold the capability of finding new revenue streams and new avenues towards scalability. Even if you are just an avid reader with no digital or marketing background; this book will help you build systematic understanding of Internet marketing, which is clearly the way to go. It can be a very interesting read and definitely a delightful conversation starter.

Key Success Factors In Internet Advertising

Autor: Symeon Papadopoulos
Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9783838308005
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Internet advertising has presented sustainable revenue growth since its inception in the mid-1990s. Internet advertising takes a multitude of forms, ranging from the "traditional" banners to today s rich media ads. Due to its wide success, internet advertising currently constitutes a significant marketing channel for a large number of firms and it is thus gradually gaining attention in the context of marketing communications strategy planning and implementation. However, there has been relatively little empirical research and actionable knowledge on the factors that affect the success of online advertising. Consequently, when relying on insufficient knowledge to make decisions about their internet marketing strategy, companies run the risk of missing marketing opportunities or damaging their image. To this end, the work presented in this book investigates how the online activities and social context of internet users affect their response to online advertising. The study is carried out through the analysis of user responses to internet ads in a controlled online environment.

Internet Advertising And Sales

Autor: Laura S. Ilves
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781617618895
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Many website operators produce income by selling advertising space on their sites. Advertisers will pay a premium for ads that are more likely to reach their target demographic. In other media, such as broadcasting, advertisers engage in targeting by purchasing advertising time during programs that those who buy their products are most likely to watch. The Internet presented new challenges and opportunities for advertisers, because, rather than aiming their ads at groups of people who visit a particular site, their ads are aimed at the individual user. This maximises the odds that the user who sees the ad will be interested in the product or service it touts. This book explores today's current issues in Internet advertising and sales.