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Online Advertising Speaker: Jerry Gao Ph.D. San Jose State University email: jerrygao@email.sjsu.edu URL: http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/gaojerry Dec., 2000 Introduction to Web Advertising Introduction to Advertising Introduction to Web Advertising Web Advertising Methods

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Online Advertising

Speaker: Jerry Gao Ph.D.San Jose State Universityemail: jerrygao@email.sjsu.eduURL: http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/gaojerryDec., 2000

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Introduction to Web Advertising

  • Introduction to Advertising
  • Introduction to Web Advertising
  • Web Advertising Methods
  • Web Advertising Business Models
  • Web Advertising Technologies
  • Web Advertising Tools
  • Web Advertising Business Companies
  • Samples of Business Financial Information
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Introduction to Advertising

Definition of advertising:

- Advertising is a form of mass communication, it is also nonpersonal.

- Advertising is paid nonpersonal communication from an identified sponsor using mass media to persuade or influence an audience.

- Advertising is one of the four marketing techniques (advertising, sales promotion, public relations, personal selling)

Types of Advertising:

Brand advertising Retail advertising

Political advertising Directory advertising

Direct-response advertising

Business-to-business advertising

Institutional advertising

Public service advertising

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Introduction to Advertising

Types of advertising:

- Brand Advertising: (Irrand advertising)

- The most visible type of advertising is national consumer advertising.

- It focuses on the development of a long-term brand identity and image.

- Retail Advertising:

- It is local and focuses on the store where a variety of products can be purchased or where a service is offered. Retail advertising emphasizes price, availability, location, and hours of operation.

- Political Advertising:

- It is used by politicians to persuade people to vote for them and therefore is an important part of the political process in democratic countries.

- Directory advertising: (such as yellow pages)

- It is used to help people to find out how (where) to buy a product or service.

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Introduction to Advertising

Types of advertising:

- Direct-response advertising:

- It can use any advertising medium, including direct mail, but the message is different from that of national and retail advertising in that it tries to simulate a sale directly.

- Business-to-business advertising:

- It includes messages directed at retailers, wholesalers, and distributors, as

well as industrial purchasers and professionals such as lawyers and physicians.

- Institutional advertising: (corporate advertising)

- It focuses on establishing a corporate identity or winning the public over to the organization’s point of view.

- Public service advertising (PSA):

- PSA communicates a message on behalf of some good cause.

- These advertisements are created for free by advertising professionals, and the space and time are donated by the media.

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Introduction to Advertising

  • Four Major Roles of Advertising:
    • Marketing Role
      • - target market, marketing communication
    • Communication Role
      • - a form of mass communication. It transmits different types of market
      • information to match buyers and sellers in the marketplace.
    • Economic Role
      • - two major schools of thought concerning the effects of advertising on
      • the economy: a) market power, b) market competition.
      • - market power school
      • “as a persuasive communication tool to distract consumers’ attention from the price of product.”
      • - market competition school
      • “ as a source of information that increases consumers’ price sensitivity and stimulates competition.”
    • Societal Role
      • - inform us about new improved products
      • - teach us how to use these innovations
      • - help us compare products and features
      • - make informed consumer decisions.
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Introduction to Advertising

  • Functions of Advertising:
    • Direct action versus indirect action
      • - Direct-action advertising is intended to produce a quick response.
      • Such as, coupon with an expiration date, or a sale with expiration date, 800 number, a mail-in-order.
      • - Indirect-action advertising is designed to stimulate demand over a longer period of time.
    • Primary versus selective
      • - Primary advertising aims to promote demand for a generic product.
      • - Selective advertising attempts to create demand for a particular brand.
    • Commercial versus noncommercial
      • - Commercial advertising promotes a product with the intent of making a profit.
      • - Noncommercial advertising tends to be sponsored by organizations that are not in business to make money.
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Introduction to Advertising

  • The Four Major Players on Advertising:
      • The advertiser - the individual or organization that usually initiates the advertising process. He/She makes the final decisions on:
        • - where, whom the Ad will be directed to
        • - the used media
        • - the budget, size and location
        • - the Ad schedule and duration
      • The advertising agency
      • The media
      • The vendor
  • The Types of Advertisers:
      • Manufactures - product makers
      • Resellers - wholesalers or retailers
      • Individuals - individual advertisers
      • Institutions - institutions, government agencies, and social groups.
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Introduction to Advertising

  • The Four Major Players on Advertising:
      • The advertiser - the individual or organization that usually initiates the advertising process. He/She makes the final decisions on:
        • - where, whom the Ad will be directed to
        • - the used media
        • - the budget, size and location
        • - the Ad schedule and duration
      • The advertising agency
      • The media
      • The vendor
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Introduction to Web Advertising

The Web Advertising Industry

  • Forester Research, Inc. estimates $1.5 billion was spent on Internet advertising worldwide in 1998. $5.5 billion will be spent in 2002, and that amount will increase to $22 billion in 2004.
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Standard Banner Size for Web Advertising

468 * 60 pixels

Full Banner

397 * 72 pixels

Full Banner / Vertical Navigation Bar

234 * 60 pixels

Half Banner

125 * 125 pixels

Square Button

120 * 240 pixels

Vertical

Banner

120 * 90 pixels

Button #1

120 * 60 pixels

Button #2

88 * 31

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Web Advertising Methods

  • AD Email
  • AD Banner
  • Directed AD
  • Dynamic AD
  • Promotional Programs
  • Push ADs
  • Membership
  • Search Engine or Portal
  • Rich Media AD
  • Superstitial AD
  • Transitional
  • Multi-player Games
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Web Advertising Business Models

  • Ad Serving:
    • - Providing a systematic process and services for businesses to publish advertisements on the web
  • Ad Networking:
    • -Ad Networks are third parties that take a portion of the advertising inventory and sell it monthly to appropriate sites.
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Web Advertising Business Models

  • Classified AD:
    • - Providing a systematic process and services for businesses to publish their advertisements on the web in web sites.
  • Ad Exchange:
    • - An AD brokerage marketplace is set to support AD space exchanges and service over the Internet between different web sites.
  • Media Auction Sites:
    • - Providing online trading service for businesses to offer the remaining advertising inventory to the highest bidder over the Internet
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Web Advertising Solutions

  • For Businesses:
  • Advertising Process Management:
    • AD Inventory Management
    • AD Process Management
    • AD Planing & Scheduling
    • AD Tracking & Reporting
    • AD Performance Analysis
  • Advertising Services:
    • AD generation service
    • AD campaign and placement service
    • AD delivery, monitor, and tracking
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Web Advertising Solutions

  • For Publishers:
  • AD Space Management:
    • AD Inventory Management
    • AD Space Process Management
    • AD Space Planing & Scheduling
    • AD Space Tracking & Reporting
  • AD Space Trading:
    • AD Space for Sell and for Rental
    • AD Space Campaign
    • AD Space Auction &Negotiation
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Web Advertising Solutions

  • For Advertising Agency:
  • AD Marketing Process Management:
    • AD Marketing Plan
    • Advertising Process Management
  • Advertising Community Support:
    • Search or AD Space Search
    • AD Service Business Search
    • Advertising Yellow Page
    • AD Business Association Support
  • AD/AD Space Brokerage:
    • AD or AD Space Champing
    • AD or AD Space Auction
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Web Advertising Technologies

  • Internet-Based Technology:
    • HTML-Based Banners
    • JavaScript-Based Dynamic Graphics
    • Image-Based Static/Dynamic Banners
    • VML-Based Graphics
    • Email
    • SVG
  • Rich Media:
    • Voice, Video, Text
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Billing Methods

A. Cost Per Impression (CPM) Banner

B. Cost Per Click (CPC) Banner

C. Pay Per Sales (Affiliate Web Sites)

D. Pay Per Period (Online Sponsorship)

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Sample Ad Rate Guide

-Sample rates as of June, 2000

Nat’l Newspaper Site

E-Mail Newsletters

Search Engine/Portal

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Major Players in Web Advertising

  • AD Serving Players:
  • Accipiter
  • AdForce
  • AdKnowledge
  • DoubleClick
  • Net Gravity
  • Real Media’s Open AdStream
  • AD Networking Players:
  • 24/7 Media
  • AdForce
  • AdKnowledge
  • DoubleClick
  • Flycast
  • MatchLogic
  • Media Auction Site Players:
  • AdAuction
  • AdOutlet
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Financial Status of Web AD Companies

Company 3 Month Period Ended in 4/00 V.S.

DoubleClick 240% increase

Engage 1,188% increase

24/7 Media 287% increase

VaueClick 400% increase

Cost of

Revenue

Revenue

Company 3 Month Period Ended in 4/00 V.S.

DoubleClick 179% increase

Engage 1,033% increase

24/7 Media 229% increase

VaueClick 450% increase

Operating

Expenses

Company 3 Month Period Ended in 4/00 V.S.

DoubleClick 171% increase

Engage 1,330% increase

24/7 Media 372% increase

VaueClick 665% increase

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Web Advertising - Problems and Issues

  • Problems:
    • How to measure of effectiveness of online advertising?
      • - Evaluation formula and metrics.
    • How to track, measure, and analyze the AD viewers?
      • - AD targeting
      • - Measurement and analysis of AD viewers
    • Standardization of web advertising:
      • - Standardization of web advertising protocols
      • - Standardization of web advertising management processes
      • - Standardization of web AD in different technologies
    • New technologies and methods to support web advertising in:
      • - AD display and presentation
      • - AD tracking and analysis
      • - AD management and control