Internet Marketing Fundamentals

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  • Overview

    Establish a great foundation for Internet marketing with our high level, cross-discipline approach to learning the basics. With comprehensive overview sections in SEO, Social Media, Online PR, Web Analytics, and Paid Search, you’ll have confidence when talking with contractors, vendors, or your own internal marketing group as you make intelligent and well-informed decisions about your Internet marketing strategies. Additionally, if you decide to move on to more in-depth studies, you’ll do so with the confidence of having a solid foundation in the fundamentals.

    Topics

    • SEO Fundamentals
    • Online PR Fundamentals
    • Conversion Optimization Fundamentals
    • Web Analytics Fundamentals
    • Mobile Marketing Fundamentals
    • Email Marketing Fundamentals
    • PPC Fundamentals

    Duration
    Approximately 20-30 hrs over a 3 month period
    **You have 90 days from time of registration to access your course

    Price
    Member – $1,399
    Non-member – $1,699

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    Mobile Marketing Fundamentals

    • Introduction to Mobile Marketing
    • Mobile’s Role in the Marketing Mix
    • Communicating With Your Audience
    • The Mobile User’s Expectations
    • Permission, Personalization, Relevance
    • Rules, Regulations and Best Practices
    • Keeping Up With Technology
    • Mobile Marketing Measurement

    SEO Fundamentals

    • Introduction to SEO
    • Keyword Research
    • Competitive Analysis
    • Site Design and Architecture
    • On-Page SEO
    • Link Building
    • Anatomy of a Search Engine Result
    • SEO Measurement

    Social Media Fundamentals

    • Introduction to Social Media
    • Viral Marketing
    • Social Media Channels
    • Finding and Communicating With Your Influencers
    • Listening and Reputation Management
    • Measurement

    Conversion Optimization Fundamentals

    • Introduction to Conversion Optimization
    • Attention, Interest, Decision, Action, Satisfaction (AIDAS)
    • Maintaining Scent
    • The Four Personas
    • Essential Conversion Tips

    Web Analytics

    • Introduction to Web Analytics
    • Business Considerations
    • Competitive Intelligence
    • Qualitative Research
    • Segmentation
    • Structure & Planning
    • Key Performance Indicators

    PPC Fundamentals

    • Introduction to Paid Search Marketing
    • The Buying Cycle
    • The PPC Auction
    • PPC Targeting Opportunities
    • Keyword Research
    • Ad Copying
    • Paid Search Measurement

    Key Takeaways

    • The fundamentals of keywords, traffic, and links
    • Why and how you need to develop credibility, scanability, and readability to optimize your website
    • Why social media is a good way to build your brand
    • The four commandments of viral
    • How online PR differs for small, medium and large businesses
    • How to edit headlines and leading paragraphs to include keywords
    • How to stretch your dollar further and create more profitable traffic
    • 5 steps to better conversion in just one week
    • Why you need web analytics, and how free tools can make using analytics easier
    • Why you don’t need to be a math wiz to segment your data
    • How to ensure that your email messages are not blocked by an ISP
    • How to add URL parameters to track email campaigns in web analytics
    • How to structure your account for maximum performance
    • The different approaches to setting bids (and which one is correct)
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