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Suchmaschinenmarketing

  • Dennis Ahrholdt
  • Goetz Greve
  • Gregor Hopf
Chapter

Zusammenfassung

Suchmaschinen sind die meist genutzten Anwendungen im Internet und werden von ca. 93 % der Internetnutzer verwendet, um Produkte, Dienstleistungen, Personen und allg. Informationen zu finden (Kroker 2018 ). Großer Marketing-Vorteil ist, dass jede Suchanfrage aktuelles Themeninteresse reflektiert und ca. 50–70 % von Online-Kaufentscheidungen mit einer Suchmaschinen-Nutzung beginnen (Forrester Research 2016 ). Suchmaschinenmarketing ist daher das meist genutzte Online-Marketing-Instrument und weiterhin werden starke Wachstumsraten prognostiziert. Im nachfolgenden Kapitel erfolgt die praxisrelevante Aufbereitung von Ergebnissen und Erfolgszusammenhängen, die in vornehmlich wissenschaftlicher Forschung diskutiert bzw. identifiziert wurden. Abgeleitet werden Management-Tipps als etwaige Ansatzpunkte für ein innovatives und effizienteres Suchmaschinenmarketing.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dennis Ahrholdt
    • 1
  • Goetz Greve
    • 1
  • Gregor Hopf
    • 1
  1. 1.HSBA Hamburg School of Business AdministrationHamburgDeutschland

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