Internet Marketing Test
What is a “call to action”?
a. Hoping the customer buys your product
b. Recruiting new employees
c. Creating a new ad campaign
d. Using verbs to encourage people to take an action
What are the four P’s of marketing?
a. Placement, Production, Procurement, Procedures
b. Product, Price, Placement, Promotion
c. Position, Price, Production, Premature
d. Product, Promotion, Procedures, Procurement
Who was one of the original widely known affiliate marketers?
What is a double opt in process?
a. Someone must email the firm twice to get on a list
b. Someone must ask to be on your email list, and then verify by clicking a link they want to be on it
c. Someone must email the firm twice to get off an email list
d. Someone has to send an email confirming an online purchase
What is the best way to make internet marketing effective?
a. Focus on one specific technique such as direct email
b. Use a myriad of methods online
c. Spend a lot of money on it
d. Use email marketing first
Why is it important to fine tune the timing of the ad and keywords used?
a. It costs less in later hours
b. To be sure to spend more money on marketing
c. Required by law
d. To carefully target the customer base desired, not wasting impressions and clicks
What is the purpose of having a special landing page for a PPC ad?
a. It costs less if done that way
b. It gives the potential to have mixed messages on the site
c. Statistics can be gathered on the page, as well as special offers can be shown to the ad clicker
d. Customers expect it
What type of income statement items are marketing expenses?
a. Variable Cost
b. Fixed Cost
d. Cost of Good Sold
Which of the following can negatively impact a site’s ranking in search results?
a. Excessive link exchanging
b. Static content
c. Using automated programs or services to create links to your site
d. Contact Us Page
What is “cost per customer acquisition”?
a. The amount a company pays a customer to try their product
b. The average cost of marketing spent per new customer
c. The cost of marketing staff
d. The cost to beat competitors