Oxford University Press
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Online Marketing: A Customer Led Approach provides an excellent and stimulating balance between theory and practice by recognising the advantages and drawbacks of doing business online. The text is deeply embedded in traditional marketing concepts and examines their evolution as we understand more from online customer experiences. The authors believe that, despite the availability of new online tools, the customer should remain the central focus in all transactions and experiences. Supported by contemporary mini-cases, case studies and expert opinion from leading practitioners, the text comprehensively covers: the changing online environment online planning and evolving business models application of ICT to achieve marketing objectives changing online elements of the marketing mix legal aspects impacting on online marketers Online Marketing: A Customer-Led Approach thus provides a comprehensive account of the most up-to-date issues facing the developing world of internet marketing.
About The Author:
Richard Gay is a Principal Lecturer in Direct Marketing at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University.
Alan Charlesworth is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing and E-Marketing at the University of Sutherland.
Rita Esen is a cyber Law Consultant and Visitng lecturer at Durham University
Table Of Contents:
Principles and Drivers of the New Marketing Environment
Strategy and Models for the Virtual World
Online Marketing Planning Issues
Online Marketing Research - Principles and Practice
Online buyer behaviour
Positioning for Traffic and Profit. Search Engine Optimisation
Permission and Personalisation Online
Web site Development - Design and Content
The online Product
Pricing Issues on the Web
Online Communication Tools
Online Distributuion and Procurement
Online Marketing Legal Issues