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Chapter 5 E Commerce Strategies for Business MarketsMarketing and the Internet

BA 303 B2B

L. P. CHEW


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E Commerce Strategies for Business MarketsBusiness marketers must consider the possible benefits that Internet marketing strategies can have in making the company more efficient and effective

The Internet is having a tremendous impact on business marketers. While traditional business processes and values remain important,.


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e commerce can play a major role in a firm's marketing strategy

E commerce can….

improve the communications process,

automate business processes,

improve customer service while lowering costs,

bring buyers and sellers together more efficiently.


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Chapter 5 - Objectives strategy

To demonstrate why the Internet is a valuable marketing tool

To explore the multifaceted potential marketing roles for the Internet

To show how to develop an Internet marketing strategy

To illustrate how the Internet is being utilized to enhance marketing strategies

To consider the challenges of using the Internet in marketing and to forecast the future of E-marketing

To review the steps to follow in developing an e commerce strategy, from the development of specific objectives to the implementation of the strategy.


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Basic Internet Terminology strategy

  • The Internet is a global electronic superhighway of computer networks—a network of networks in which users at one computer can get information from another computer (and sometimes talk directly to users at other computers).


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The World Wide Web (WWW) strategy

  • The World Wide Web comprises all of the resources and users on the Internet using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

  • It is a way of accessing the Internet, whereby people work with easy-to-use Web addresses and pages.

  • Through the Web, users see words, colorful charts, pictures, and video— and hear audio.


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E-marketing and E-commerce strategy

  • E-marketing includes any marketing activity that is conducted through the Internet, from customer analysis to marketing-mix components.

  • E-commerce refers to revenue-generating Internet transactions.

  • E-marketing is the broader concept, and it does not necessarily have sales as the primary goal.


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The Internet as a Marketing Tool strategy

The Internet is a formidable presence in the world economy because of its:

  • Low cost

  • Wide geographic reach

  • Potentially vast array of marketing roles it can serve


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What is the internet? strategy

The Internet is a collection of computers and computer networks. The tangible components of the Internet are the hardware, software, computers, servers, switches, and telephone lines that support the web pages. Web pages allow marketers to provide vast amounts of information to customers in real time and ata low cost. The web, with its servers and browsers, provides the common platform

that enables marketers to communicate with customers.


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Internet and Virtual Reality strategy

Domain Names

Networks

Unlimited Geographic

Access

Technology

Applications

to All Fields

Basics

.com

.edu

.gov

Internet Intranet Xtranet

Data

Warehousing

Information

Processing

Internet Access


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Global Reach and Value of the WWW strategy

The Internet facilitates interactivity among channel members and final consumers:

B2C means that businesses can communicate and interact with final consumers.

B2B means that businesses can efficiently communicate and interact with other businesses.

B2B2C means that businesses can communicate and interact with each other regarding joint consumer ventures.

C2C means that individuals can interact and communicate globally with others connected to the Web.

It’s a small, small world!

*Instant Communications

*Virtual Reality

*Real time

*E-mail


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Three Phases of E-Marketing and the Internet strategy

  • The evolution of E-marketing includes:

  • Bricks-and-mortar firms—those traditional companies that are not yet involved in the WWW.

  • Clicks-only firms—those that conduct business only via the Internet and are considered to be innovators in the field.

  • Bricks-and-clicks firms—operate both in traditional and Internet settings.


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Potential Marketing Roles for the Internet strategy

4. Purchasing and Inventory Management

3. Channel Relations

1. Projecting an Image

2. Customer Service

9.

Multichannel

Marketing

Continuous Interactivity and Feedback

5. Information Gathering and Sharing

7. Advertising & Sales Promotion

8. Selling

6. Data-Base Development


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Benefits of E-Marketing strategy

Long-term goals

Values

Timeliness

Global Possibilities

Communicability

Focus/tailored approach

Cost Efficiencies

Dynamism/flexibility

Delivery

Information

Rapid, global interactivities and communications

Time


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Developing an Internet (e commerce) Marketing Strategy strategy

3. Determine Web Site Attributes

2. Identify the Target Audience

4. Establish Internet-Based Marketing Mix

1. Set Objectives

6. Assess Internet Performance and Modify

5. Implement Internet Marketing Strategy


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Goal - Objective Setting strategy

Attract New Customers and Improve Customer Service

Enumerate Qualitative and Quantitative Objectives

1. Setting Objectives

Build Loyalty Among Existing Customers

Improve Communications

Grow Market Share

Feedback


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Quality of Web Sites from User’s Perspective strategy

  • Clarity of site’s mission

  • Download time

  • Speed of site comprehension

  • Informational value

  • Ease of navigability

  • Use of graphics/multimedia

  • Interactivity

  • Security

  • Simplicity of purchasing

  • Printability of site pages

  • Creativity


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Implementing an Internet Marketing Strategy strategy

Two Factors affect the firm’s ability to properly enact its strategy:

5. Implement Internet Marketing Strategy

Security

Channel Relationships


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Developing an Internet Marketing Strategy Plan strategy

Considering such goals as image, customer service, sales, profit, web traffic, length of stay, and cost factors

6. Assess Internet Performance and Modify


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Measuring Web Site Effectiveness by Counting Eyeballs Hits!! strategy

  • Many new marketing firms have emerged that evaluate Web sites and also provide recommendations for improvement.

  • There is a critical need for developing similar assessment tools and measurement standards to evaluate the Web as there are for print, radio, and other electronic media.


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Converting Information to Knowledge strategyCISCO - 90% of sales & 80% customer q’s answered says LPC

Technology

Knowledge

Information

The Internet is a bridge to the new economy.


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The Internet’s Challenges and Prospects strategy

  • Corporate culture may resist change.

  • The Internet may not capitalize on company’s core competencies.

  • Role for E-marketing may not be clear.

  • Web users may be demanding.

  • Personal touch important to customers.

  • Channel partners may be alienated.

  • Online and offline systems may be hard to integrate.

  • It may be difficult to assess and delegate functions.

  • Investment

LPC says constantly evolving technologies create change.


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B2B Chapter 5 Summary strategy

  • This chapter demonstrates why the Internet is a valuable marketing tool.

  • It explores the multifaceted potential marketing roles for the Internet.

  • It describes how to develop an Internet marketing strategy.

  • It illustrates how the Internet is being utilized to enhance marketing strategies.

  • It considers the challenges of using the Internet in marketing and forecasts the future of E-marketing.


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Chapter 5 questions strategy

  • 1. E commerce does not replace traditional marketing strategies, but can be used to make current marketing strategies more effective and efficient. Because e commerce has multiple definitions and can be applied to numerous business functions, business marketers must decide which areas to apply e commerce capabilities and then focus their e commerce strategies on those targeted areas of the marketing strategy.


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Chapter 5 E Commerce Strategies for Business Markets strategyMarketing and the Internet

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