Delete Snapchat account

How to delete your Snapchat account

 

Snapchat’s recipe for success is that images and videos that have been sent are automatically deleted immediately after they have been viewed. However, many people will eventually want to delete their Snapchat account completely. There are several possible reasons for this – the...

 

YouTube alternatives: an overview of the best portals

The 10 best YouTube alternatives at a glance

 

YouTube has revolutionised the Internet: since it was founded, it has been inundated with video content and more than two billion users have been recorded. No other alternative has come close to this impressive number. But what are the other video portals are available and what...

 

Deleting a Telegram account

Deleting a Telegram account

 

Deleting a Telegram account is almost as easy as making one. We explain why people are making the move away from Telegram, how to completely delete your account, and what happens after you’re done. You should be aware that you can’t recover a deleted telegram account. Keep...

 

Bing ads | Search engine advertising

Bing ads: tutorial for the Microsoft search engine

When it comes to search engine advertising, there are more options than just Google. To increase your own reach, you should also consider using Bing ads. We explain in a step-by-step way how to create ads in Microsoft’s search engine and what special tricks are available to make your search engine marketing successful.

Interactive content: unique content leads to success

Interactive content: basics, tips, and tools

Successful websites are increasingly characterised by excellent content marketing. Because it is important for website operators to provide their users with the best possible information, usability, and entertainment, they want to stand out from the competition. In particular, interactive content plays an important role: if the visitor can interact with it, this will increase their length of stay....

What is geo-targeting?

Geo-targeting: the regional optimisation of web content and how it works

Geotargeting is a unique way of directly addressing a target group using its geographical information. Many websites and applications used on mobile devices use the device data in order to locate their users. Knowing an individual user’s location allows website owners and app providers to tailor their content and advertising directly to the user in his or her respective region. But geotargeting...

Testing-Tools: a guide to A/B testing programs

Testing-Tools: The best applications for A/B testing

Website optimisation is more than just SEO: throughout your efforts to optimise your own website for Google etc., you should not lose sight of the actual person who is visiting the site. Factors such as usability, design, and content are critical when it comes to achieving the desired conversions. Anyone who does not want to be restricted to a single version from the beginning can use A/B testing...

Google Data Studio for visual data analyses

Google Data Studio: setting the scene with your data

Data analysis is a purely theoretical matter for most people. But in order to provide the customer with information, it’s important to be able to visualise sets of data. With Google Data Studio, you can summarise data from different sources into one handy report. Our guide gives you an overview of Google’s latest offering.

How can LinkedIn work for businesses?

LinkedIn for businesses: curate a professional image

LinkedIn is not just another social media site. The business-oriented networking platform offers companies a number of special advantages, which means your LinkedIn marketing strategy and content should be unique. With the focus on building professional relationships, you can reach users in a different way to Facebook or Twitter. LinkedIn is the perfect platform for businesses to recruit and...

Social plugins and privacy

Social plugins and privacy: how to use the ‘like’ button legally

For website operators looking to increase their outreach, the advantages of social media buttons are obvious; content can be spread and followers can be generated with just one click of the ‘Tweet’ button, the ‘Like on Facebook’ social plugin, or the ‘Follow on Instagram’ link. These helpful extensions are great tools for expanding an internet presence, but critics warn that these plugins don’t go...

SEO basics: internal links and website structure

SEO basics: correct website structure through internal linking

Have you ever thought of what kind of role internal linking plays in search engine optimisation? Linking individual web pages can be very beneficial for SEO, so this practice shouldn’t be overlooked. Through a meaningful website structure and the correct positioning and number of internal links, websites can increase their search engine ranking.

How does tag management work?

Tag management: basics & systems

What’s important here is: data, data, data. Big data is no longer a buzzword and web analysis has become one of the most important disciplines in the context of marketing. After all, you can’t optimise your website and increase your conversion rate if you don’t understand the user by closely tracking their activities. A basic requirement of web analysis is to collect user information using...

Information overload – too much advertising?

Information overload in the era of mass media

Every day we are bombarded with adverts and messages loaded with all sorts of information. And there are those that argue that globalisation has meant that the market has become saturated with products. Many consumers feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information. This so-called information overload means that consumers take in hardly any adverts anymore. Here you can find out exactly what...

Online marketing

The IONOS Guide to Online Marketing: tips and expertise for all

There are many options and strategies for marketing content, products, and services online. In addition to traditional outlets (like banners or videos), e-commerce also lends itself particularly well to generating customer attention: methods like search engine, affiliate, and social media marketing are all part and parcel of a good online marketing mix. In our guide on the topic, we’ve compiled important information on the basics of online marketing and have also included plenty of expert-level tips.

Who should use our Online Marketing Guide?

From beginners to experienced professionals, this guide offers individuals of all competency levels relevant tips for successful online marketing. And online marketing basics are just as much a part of this guide as expert-level topics (‘Cloaking–an SEO blackout’ or ‘Canvas fingerprinting–web tracking without Cookies’). Readers looking to set up e-commerce platforms or become online marketers stand to gain a lot with this content. Small and mid sized companies aiming to enter the online market or expand their marketing skills will also find useful resources here (e.g. ‘Creating a business plan for your online store’, ‘8 tips for successful online store marketing’, or ‘Successful social media marketing’).

How the guide is structured

The articles are divided into four different subcategories. Under ‘Online sales’, you’ll find texts on how to construct and operate an online shop. In addition to the fundamentals of online marketing, there’s a lot of information on how to upgrade your web store located in this section. The subcategory, ‘Social media’ provides tips on how to win over customers and create campaigns within today’s conventional social media networks. Here, you can find out how to execute different strategies in varying levels of complexity. Under the keyword, ‘Social media marketing’, there are articles on search engine optimisation (SEO), search engine advertising (SEA) as well as useful online marketing tips for relevant tools and techniques. The fourth and final subcategory, ‘Web analytics’, covers different approaches and tools for gathering data on visitor behavior and how to create web statistics (e.g. with Google Analytics). IONOS’s Online Marketing Guide is a one-stop shop for clear and comprehensive information on online business and online marketing. 


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