By Lisa Harris
Because the much-hyped dot.com crash, treading the e-business course may be daunting. In those more and more doubtful and cynical occasions, this helpful textual content unpicks the demanding situations of e-Marketing for plenty of different types of enterprise. It makes use of topical case experiences and accompanying net fabric to supply an updated examine of potent advertising thoughts. issues comprise: *Multi-channel advertising strategies*Change Management*Lessons discovered from the dot.com crash*Branding, e-Retail and dating building*Digital divides, privateness and information safeguard. offering a brand new method of the subject material, this booklet analyses some great benefits of e-Marketing as a device for bettering potency and effectiveness instead of company revolution. contemplating the practicalities of promoting in an e-Business context, it's the first ebook of its style to voice any such rigorous argument for the significance of e-Marketing, and an important textual content for someone learning or training e-Business.
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Chen (2001) regards Internet marketing as dealing with operational rather than strategic issues, but 21 LISA HARRIS includes customer relationship management in the ‘operational’ category. In this book, we use the term ‘Internet marketing’ in a broad sense, while still distinguishing strategic aspects (Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7) and operational aspects (Chapters 8, 9 and 10). 3. In practice, many of these categories overlap, and some are just electronic versions of existing business models, but the table provides a useful demonstration of the range of e-Commerce activities, some of which are still at an early stage of development.
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