Internet presence management

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Internet presence management is the process of controlling or influencing the Web presence, or Internet-based channels of an organization or company, with the goal of increasing that entity’s online presence and overall internet efficiency.

It requires a great deal of time and effort to create content, manage social media pages and improve your brand’s visibility on the online landscape.

A successful IPM campaign will raise brand awareness, protect company's reputation and help acquire new customers and clients while meeting the needs of existing ones.

It should not be confused with online presence management. Additionally, Internet presence management is distinct from web presence management in that the former is generally a marketing and messaging discipline while the latter is Governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) discipline.

Internet presence[edit]

The Internet presence, (see also Web presence), of an organization or company encompasses, but is not limited to:


Internet presence management typically encompasses advanced Internet marketing, where an advertiser communicates the entity's brand in a synergistic fashion via all areas of online marketing. Other management methods include web presence management systems, sales force management systems, enterprise resource planning, Web analytics, and business analytics to streamline a business operationally to do more with less.[1]


Internet presence management is useful for organizations or companies that are attempting to embrace the online medium as means of connecting with their target audiences, as well as reduce customer acquisition and customer service costs. Many offline businesses decide to increase their internet presence as a way for cost effective and diversified marketing strategy.

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  1. ^ "What is presence?". Webopedia. Retrieved 2 November 2013.