For courses in Marketing and Internet Marketing. This comprehensive text makes the world of Internet marketing understandable and accessible, and explores its relationship to traditional marketingbuilding on learners' previous marketing knowledge More...
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For courses in Marketing and Internet Marketing. This comprehensive text makes the world of Internet marketing understandable and accessible, and explores its relationship to traditional marketingbuilding on learners' previous marketing knowledge of positioning, audience, target markets, and direct response marketing. Clear language, logical organization, and pertinent, practical examples give readers the Internet marketing how-to and allows them to relate this material to their own goals, products, and services.
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|About the Authors|
|Businesses on the Web|
|Types of Businesses, Types of Sites: Introduction to E-Commerce|
|Creating and Building an Internet Presence|
|Standing Out from the Crowd: Positioning, Audience, and Goals|
|More than a Pretty Face: Web Site Content|
|The Key to Stickiness: Interactive Functions|
|Look 'n' Feel: Site Appearance and Organization|
|Portals, Vortals, Search Engines, and Directories|
|Internet Advertising of Your Web Site: Links, Banners, Tiles, and More|
|Promotion On and Off the Net and Print Advertising|
|Answers to Chapter Review Questions|
|Create an Internet Marketing Action Plan|
|Resources on the Web|