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by Ward Hanson

eBook Principles of Internet Marketing epub
  • ISBN: 0324043872
  • Author: Ward Hanson
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  • Publisher: Intl Thomson Education Group (1998)
  • ePUB size: 1243 kb
  • FB2 size 1916 kb
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His previous book, Principles of Internet Marketing, has been adopted worldwide and translated into multiple .

Offline, he enjoys golf, cycling, political debates, and family. Internet Marketing and e-Commerce (Hardcover) by Ward Hanson, Kirthi Kalyanam appears to be a remake of Hansons Internet Marketing book; the main structure and writing style is similar to this groundbreaking marketing book from the 1990s. At that time the book was certainly interesting - several years later however one expects such titles to reflect the changes within the internet marketing industry.

Previous faculty positions include the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Purdue University Krannert School of Management, and the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He is an adviser, expert witness, and consultant to leading firms in Silicon Valley and beyond. Offline, he enjoys golf, cycling, political debates, and family.

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This textbook shows what makes the Internet new and different, which techniques work and which don't, and how the Internet is creating value for customers and profits for companies. Most importantly, it shows how Internet marketing fits into the rest of an organization's marketing strategy. Methodologically, the book uses marketing frameworks, case studies, industry participant insights, hands-on exercises, and extensive online support to create a comprehensive approach to this fast-changing area.

Most importantly, it shows how Internet marketing fits into the rest of an organization's marketing strategy. The first section of the book creates the basic foundation of Net marketing. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Principles of Internet Marketing by Ward Hanson (Hardback, 1999). Brand new: lowest price.

Presentation on theme: "Internet Marketing Introduction . Principles of Internet Marketing, 2000, South-Western College Publishing ( 華泰 ) –Ward Hanson. 26 Marketing Evolves as Technology Changes Technological innovation brought about the factory system & enabled mass production –Marketing emphasis was on logistics & supply chain management Radio enabled national roll-out of brands –Marketing emphasis was on selling Television coincided with the product & brand management system of marketing Mainframe computers enabled new methods of segmentation & customer management The Internet enables mass customization.

Principles of Internet Marketing. Book · January 2000 with 266 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. According to Strauss and Frost (1999), there are many forces driving prices down on the Internet. E-Commerce In Japan: Implications For Marketers.

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Principles of Internet Marketing, Ward Hanson, 2000, South-Western College Publishing. o Electronic Markets Journal o International Journal of Electronic Commerce 4. Lecture notes. COURSE SCHEDULE Week 1 Overview of E-Business Chapter 1 Overview of Electronic Commerce Part 1 Week 2 Overview of E-Business Chapter 1 Overview of Electronic Commerce Part 2 Week 3 E-marketplace Chapter 2 E-Marketplace:Structure,Mechanisms, economics, and Impacts.

Comments: (7)
This book was filled with outdated processes, ideas and strategies, and therefore to anyone interested in learning more about internet marketing. It showed me how fast this industry has evolved!
I gave it away to or local scrap dealer-someone may be able to salvage the paper for an art project!
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This book is good for people starting to learn basic concepts of internet marketing, its from 2000 so the examples given are old websites, but you can learn a lot from old stuff too.
Hanson's textbook strikes just the right balance between technology and overall, general knowledge of the Internet. The background chapters in Part 1 on the Digital World, Networks and Internet Business Models are informative but not overwhelmingly technical. The chapters in Part 2 (Online Marketing Themes) are really interesting, in that they point out the many differences between marketing in the real world versus marketing in the virtual world. Topics such as Personalization, Traffic and Brand Building, Online Community, and E-Commerce are really the "meat" of this book and are informative as well as easy to read with plenty of current examples.
The challenges of developing and documenting the "principles" behind the amorphous, nebulous, fast-changing Internet are significant, but Dr. Hanson has certainly succeeded in producing a viable, useful resource. I'm sure he's busily working on an update, and I will look forward to reading anything he has to say about marketing in Internet time.
I have adopted this book as a required text for an Ecommerce and Marketing course that I am teaching during the Spring 2000 semester at Boston University. The text is well-written and presents a fine blend of theory and practice. Hanson is true to the title of his book as he provides some "principles" that should indeed endure. Given the rapid pace of change in e-commerce, this is commendable. I believe that this book offers a great introduction to anyone who wants to either practice or simply learn about Internet marketing.
As a text, this is about the only game in town. And it certainly shows a lot of work in assembling sources and so forth. Especially if you are coming at this filed from scratch, this book is a decent place to start. But you may find yourself longing for deeper insight--less mere summarization of other sources and more maturation. And the support materials seem to be rather thin. But remember, Ward got his book written, and that, in itself, says a lot.
I am a high-tech marketing manager and an adjunct professor. From both the real-world business side as well as the academic side, I found this book to have little value. It spends page after page on general issues regarding Internet Marketing, and never gets to anything that could be used or implemented in the business world. Topics are explained without giving specific details as to how to implement the Internet Marketing idea. A very specific example is a description of viral marketing which the author refers to as "Creating a Wave." The short section goes on to say that free media, publicity and word of mouth are important. Of course they are. But how do you get them? I feel sorry for the students that are required to purchase this book. I guess they'll have to learn Internet Marketing on the job. I'm glad I only paid $10 for this book used instead of the $90+ list price.
This book overwhelmed me with its broad coverage of internet marketing principles. It is required reading for my MBA students in marketing strategy because it is so clearly written. Many Internet books are either too technical or too shallow to hold my interest as a marketing professor. Every time I return to the book, I learn more about the Net. Hanson provides tremendous value and should be commended for including so much relevant information in an easy to read format.
This book provides good insight into internet marketing for anyone who is interested in this growing and important area of commerce. Each chapter could be read independently. Chapters 8-12 are great for people wanting to start e-commerce. I found the book technically great and at the same time accessible to the average Joe (who is not a business major)! The book is a must for all companies and individuals doing e-commerce!
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