Your Questions About Internet Marketing Company

Linda asks…

What type of company is this?

Hi. I really want to start my own company and have financial freedom. My company would buy and build web property (websites) that seem as if they could do better, fix them up (adding content, marketing, design, etc.) to hopefully gain some profit from the sites revenue, and then sell the websites after six months. I know people do this, website flipping, but I would like to start a company that does it. I am great with internet marketing, and my good friend from college knows a lot about investing. He wants to partner with me on this company.

What type of company are we (private equity firm, venture capital firm, media company, etc.)? If someone asks us what type of company we own and run, what do we say? Legally, what type of company are we?

barry0912 answers:

Legally you don’t have a company until you register with the state in any of the following form;

1. Limited liability company or corporation
2. Partnership company (created under a partnership agreement)
3. Sole proprietor ( One man owner)

Once you have decided on the name for the company, you need to register the name of the company again with the state. A registered company name may be renewed after a number of years (each state is different).

Since you mentioned that your friend wants to partner with you, your company can be registered as a Partnership company with two partners. In a partnership you have a general partner and the rest are limited partners or junior partners.

Private equity firm is an investment firm pooling private funds to invest. The legal entity of a private equity firm is similar to the legal form mentioned above. Venture capital firm is similar to a private equity firm but with a shorter span of investment objectives. When you mention media company, you mean the industry, not the company. Media is an industry. Just like investment is an industry.

Richard asks…

Give details Importance of Internet Marketing?

internet marketing

barry0912 answers:

I can give you an simple real world example & then relate it to Internet marketing.

Consider that you have a jewellery shop or clothing store in your locality , what would you do to promote your sales & business?
1. Posting classified ads in popular magazines , daily & weekly newspapers
(If you target only people residing in your locality or place)
2. Advertisement via Radio & Television
(if you target people in your place & adjacent cities or states)

Similarly if you do an online business via Website , then you need to market via Email / Banner advertisement etc,..
1. There are companies who does email marketing @ reasonable rates
What they do is prepare an mail with details about your business , products & send it to list of
users that they with their database
2. Banner advertisement , you can place banners with your busines & product details to popular websites which has decent traffic , so when people visit their site & click on the banner , they will be taken to your business website
3. You can also do Google Advertisement , which will cost you more but the ROI is greater

Hope this helps you to understand clearly what an Internet Marketing.

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Mark asks…

what is media marketing?

barry0912 answers:

It is marketing through media.That is news paper radio and television internet etc.

Sandy asks…

What is an Internet meme?

barry0912 answers:

Hello

In its most basic form, an Internet meme is simply an idea that is propagated through the World Wide Web. This idea may take the form of a hyperlink, video, picture, website, hashtag, or even just a word or phrase. This meme may spread from person to person via social networks, blogs, direct email, news sources, and other web-based services usually becoming viral.

An Internet meme may stay the same or may evolve over time, by chance or through commentary, imitations, parody, or even by collecting news accounts about itself. Internet memes can evolve and spread extremely rapidly, sometimes reaching world-wide popularity and vanishing all in a few days. They are spread organically, voluntarily, and peer-to-peer, rather than by predetermined or automated means.

Their rapid growth and impact has caught the attention of both researchers and industry.[3] Academically, researchers model how they evolve and predict which memes will survive and spread throughout the Web. Commercially, they are now actively used in viral marketing, seen as a free form of mass advertising. The Internet community itself has cultivated methods to encourage the generation and popularization of successful memes

hope it helps 🙂
Anamika

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Donna asks…

e-marketing?

What is it? how can use it? Im a REALTOR in San Antonio TX where do i go or what do i do to do this?

barry0912 answers:

This is from wikipedia…
“E-marketing is a type of marketing that can be defined as achieving objectives through the use of electronic communications technology such as Internet, e-mail, Ebooks, database, and mobile phone. It is a more general term than online marketing which is limited to the use of internet technology to attain marketing objectives.”

I would say everything from generating an e-newsletter (automatically sending them real estate news for your area or your business weekly or monthly, for example) to optimising your site for search engines to paid search engine ads to internet radio advertising would all be ways of e-marketing to prospective clients. And there are many more.

If you are thinking about marketing your real estate site (assuming you have one), online marketing & search engine optimization would be a good idea. Online marketing would take a long time to explain here. If you are interested in doing it yourself, check out seochat.com (that’s where I started several years ago & is still a good source of info). If you are looking for a professional web marketing solution, look around but be careful as there are many shady marketing companies out there (look for testimonials)… Or call us.

Tim

Lisa asks…

the characteristics of e-marketing tools?

barry0912 answers:

Did you know there are now over 1 Billion Internet users around
the world. And that number is increasing every day.

That’s roughly one sixth of the world’s population now using the web
to surf, to find information, and of course – to shop… That’s one
enormous marketplace.

Likewise, many individuals just like yourself, have taken advantage
of this new medium and created successful online websites and
businesses. In the process these online marketers have carved out
an envious lifestyle – working at home or wherever they want,
working their own hours, creating part-time or full-time incomes
for themselves and their families.

Many have attained a level of personal and financial freedom,
rarely experienced this side of a Bill Gates’s luncheon.

Along the way many of these marketers and ordinary people have
realized in order to fully maximize their benefits from sales and
traffic you need professional marketing tools. In other words,
you need high quality proven marketing tools and software to
make your job easier and quicker. These marketing tools will
save you time, money and stress! A whole lot of stress!

But more importantly, it is these effective marketing tools which
give you the freedom that makes the whole online marketing
experience so envious. These tools will Liberate you from
hours or even days of tedious work. These marketing tools do
most of the work for you. Professional marketers know a one-time
investment in high quality effective marketing tools will pay
dividends again and again… They also know it is the only way
to proceed.

Who’s the Expert?

This is a companion site to BizwareMagic.com – a popular
marketing site which receives around 50-60 thousands
unique visitors each month and is run by 5 year Professional
Internet Marketer veteran Titus Hoskins. If you type his name
into Google you will find over 60,000 links – pointing to his
articles, sites, blogs, etc.

His articles on Internet Marketing have appeared in such ezines
or sites as Addme.com (cir.900,000), SiteProNews.com,
PromotionWorld.com, TheTechZone.com, WWWcoder.com, Devshed.com,
Buzzle.com, Seo-News.com…

The main reason for this companion site is to narrow down the
more general information found on Bizwaremagic.com, and to
create a precise list of the best and most effective Internet
marketing tools any marketer or webmaster can use to
increase their traffic and sales.

This Marketing Tool Guide is a laser focused guide to the most
effective Internet marketing tools available to emarketers
and website owners. You will find help with search engine
optimization, website building, traffic building, keyword marketing,
affiliate marketing, Adsense marketing… And many, many more.

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Ruth asks…

What is a recommended Internet marketing firm in South Florida?

I’ve owned my own hearing aid business in South Florida for many years. As my clientele is getting younger and more computer-savvy, I now have a website that I want to rank well in the search engines for hearing aid-related terms. I am seeking a reputable company in the South Florida area with a proven track record for this sort of thing. What marketing firm(s) are recommended in Broward?

barry0912 answers:

Like any other industry, look for reputation. BBEX, for example, is a Boca Raton marketing company that is really effective at boosting organic rankings. They use ethical SEO (search engine optimization) practices.

Check out their testimonials page to see a list of satisfied customers: http://bbexmarketing.com/testimonials.html.

And check out their Facebook page with Cool Videos and frequent informative updates and they also have many online followers:
http://www.facebook.com/BBEX.MARKETING

Chris asks…

how is internet marketing a key part of the overall marketing effort?

can someone please help me

barry0912 answers:

Its no surprise to know that the internet has become the biggest media for advertising revenue.

So internet marketing should be the number 1 priority

Look at the statistics on this page, which shows a report from 2007 with Google and other internet advertising making huge gains in advertising revenue against some TV companies losing market share.

“When it comes to market share gains in advertising dollars, Google outstripped every other media company in 2007, whether you look at the Web, TV, print, or radio”

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Sandra asks…

WHAT IS DIRECT MARKETING?

AND WHAT ARE SOME ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THIS METHOD? PLEASE HELP THANKS XX

barry0912 answers:

Direct marketing usually refers to marketing or advertising your product or service direct to the consumer or business that will use it. Direct marketing is primarily considered direct mail advertising. Some may also include internet marketing in the mix since that can be targeting to some extent. The advantage is that your message can be targeted to those most likely to be interested or to purchase your product or service. The disadvantage is that it may not be the best venue for some products. It depends on what you want to accomplish with your message and your target. Another advantage is that it is measurable. You send out a certain number of pieces of mail and receive a certain number back. Based upon the response rate you can tell if your advertising is working or not and to what degree. If you use other media such as radio or TV you cannot accurately measure your level of success. If you are advertising on TV and/or radio and your business increases then that is likely where it is coming from but there is no accurate way to measure it. With direct marketing you have an order or response in your hands and you can measure your success based upon the responses. Another disadvantage is that you cannot respond to rapid changes in the market with direct marketing as you could with other media. It takes time to design, print and mail to the consumer. With TV or radio the ad could be done today and on the air the next day.

Mary asks…

Getting into marketing?

Hello,
I am just about to enter my final year as an undergraduate psychology student, having already received offers to do a psychology masters when I finish my degree I’m not too sure it’s what I want to do. For a while now I’ve been interested in marketing and I feel Perhaps I have chosen the wrong degree. However, as I have no experience, (I live in a very very rural place with literally no internships or anything) I’m not sure whether I should risk turning down my masters offers.

I’m debating emailing some companies that are based in large cities and basically asking if upon completing my undergraduate degree they would be interested in taking me on. I would have plenty of experience with IT and analytical and research skills from my degree and If I was to gain employment in marketing I would enrol in evening business courses.

To cut a long story short, can I actually ask this of them? Is this cheeky? Is there anyway I can get into the marketing world?

Please help?

barry0912 answers:

The Internet is such a huge part of our everyday lives. Entering Affiliate Marketing sounds like a good idea for you. Also, while you’re in between jobs you can gain experience in marketing, earn money and add this to your resume! I’ve provided a link that has gotten pretty good reviews, good luck and congrats on becoming closer to your degree! 🙂

http://frl267.5423.clicksurecpa.com

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Betty asks…

Dears…Please . what is the best money making Internet marketing available as u know…& tried successfully.?

barry0912 answers:

The best network marketing, internet marketing business cannot be stated that simply. What works successfully for one does not necessarily work for another. Also many companies require that you continue to recruit to earn commissions, so naturally they are going to tell you their’s is the best.

I wrote a blog recently about advice for working from home. You can find the link to it in the 2nd paragraph of my profile here on answers. In that blog are many tips of what to look for, what to avoid, how to search to find out if a company is having problems, complaints, etc.

Most people don’t read their policies and procedures, which is critical to having a successful network marketing business. Understanding compensation plans is also critical but most of us who have been in this a while had to learn this the hard way. We joined an opp, worked and worked, believing the hype we were told, blamed ourselves when we didn’t make the money others said we would/could, spent more money on outgo than every receiving income.

A good rule of thumb, before joining any opp is to set your financial goal first. What do you desire to make per month over a given time. Ask the person you are joining ‘how many people do I have to have to make $xxx ?’ For instance, one program I was in took 1300 people to make $5,000 a month.

Plus according to the policies and procedures I had to continue working and recruiting others monthly to earn a commission check; I would never be able to stop and just enjoy the residual income I had created over time. They don’t always tell you that up front.

~if I can be of further help, just shoot me an email here through answers
~jennifer

Donald asks…

what do you mean by E-marketing?

barry0912 answers:

E-marketing is another word for internet marketing. Internet marketing is the use of the Internet to advertise and sell goods and services. Internet Marketing includes pay per click advertising, banner ads, e-mail marketing,affiliate marketing, interactive advertising, search engine marketing (including search engine optimization), blog marketing, and article marketing.

Internet marketing is associated with several business models. The main models include business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C). B2B consists of companies doing business with each other, whereas B2C involves selling directly to the end consumer. When Internet marketing first began, the B2C model was first to emerge. B2B transactions were more complex and came about later. A third, less common business model is peer-to-peer (P2P), where individuals exchange goods between themselves. An example of P2P is Kazaa, which is built upon individuals sharing files.

Internet marketing can also be seen in various formats. One version is name-your-price (e.g. Priceline.com). With this format, customers are able to state what price range they wish to spend and then select from items at that price range. With find-the-best-price websites (e.g. Hotwire.com), Internet users can search for the lowest prices on items. A final format is online auctions (e.g. Ebay.com) where buyers bid on listed items.

Some of the benefits associated with Internet marketing include the availability of information. Consumers can log onto the Internet and learn about products, as well as purchase them, at any hour. Companies that use Internet marketing can also save money because of a reduced need for a sales force. Overall, Internet marketing can help expand from a local market to both national and international marketplaces. And, in a way, it levels the playing field for big and small players. Unlike traditional marketing media (like print, radio and TV), entry into the realm of Internet marketing can be a lot less expensive.

Furthermore, since exposure, response and overall efficacy of digital media is much easier to track than that of traditional “offline” media, Internet marketing offers a greater sense of accountability for advertisers.

Limitations of Internet marketing create problems for both companies and consumers. Slow Internet connections can cause difficulties. If companies build overly large or complicated web pages, Internet users may struggle to download the information. Internet marketing does not allow shoppers to touch, smell, taste or try-on tangible goods before making an online purchase. Some e-commerce vendors have implemented liberal return policies to reassure customers. Another limiting factor, particularly with respect to actual buying and selling, is the adequate development (or lack thereof) of electronic payment methods like e-checks, credit cards, etc.

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