Electronic Customer Relationship Management.to the top
Are you just trying to grow your online business and getting swamped in a sea of buzzwords and jargon? eMarketing is full of them and although they are often used excessively, sometimes they are needed to appropriately explain something, or so the eMarketers will tell you.
Well fear not! To combat this wave of wordiness we have put together an eMarketing glossary to help you understand.
Looking for something that doesn't seem to be here? We can't do it alone Quirk Fans! Help us out by sending us your eMarketing related definitions.
A faster version of GSM wireless service. It enables data to be delivered at rates up to 384 Kbps on a broadband.to the top
eDucator, as in educator? Get it? The industry requires a certain level of skills sharing and eMarketing eDucators hold regular industry classes, conferences and workshops.to the top
Electronic Mail. Email is essentially mail that is electronically transferred from PC to PC. Email allows you to send messages to anyone, anywhere in the world instantly.to the top
A software application used to compose, send, receive and view e-mails. Some common examples include Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail and Google Gmail.to the top
Email marketing is the most effective of all online marketing tactics. It is extremely cost effective, can be highly targeted and customised, is measurable and best of all takes advantage of the consumer's most prolific touch point with the Internet, their inbox.to the top
The process of marketing a brand using the Internet. In a world where online is everything you may as well pack it in if you don't have a kick-ass website and an effective eMarketing strategy... or you could contact Quirk.to the top
Together with the Marketing Managers, the eMarketing Strategists know where and how to effectively position a brand online.to the top
An online marketing intern... awww...to the top
A guide to marketing a brand using the Internet. Quirk eMarketing has recently published eMarketing: The Essential Guide to Online Marketing. It tells marketers everything they could ever need to know about using the Internet as a marketing tool.to the top
Mathematical algorithms used to encode data in order to protect it from unauthorised use.to the top
The final user of a product or service.to the top
In BrandsEye lingo, ‘enterprise’ is the term used to describe brands, business and industry. For example, mentions of your brand can be produced or generated by an Enterprise (like this post for instance).to the top
The first web page visited when someone enters a website.to the top
Earnings Per Click. This is the total amount earned divided by the number of clicks.to the top
Anything online that you can't be bothered to actually explain.to the top
A recorded action that has a specific time assigned to it by the browser or the server. Can also refer to a step a visitor takes in the conversion process.to the top
The last web page a user visit before exiting a website.to the top
If growth more than doubles with each iteration, it is exponential.to the top
A URL that is outside of the website.to the top
An electronic magazine. Also sometimes called an e-mag.to the top