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ECBP401: E-Marketing

Description:Basic marketing concepts and their application in an Internet environment; Consumer online behavior; Online customer relationship management; Characteristics of effective marketing websites; Using IT to turn channel conflict into channel synergy; Internet marketing research; Regulator issues of internet marketing; Social networks for e-marketing
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Judy Strauss and Raymond Frost. E-Marketing. Upper Saddle NJ: Prentice Hall.
Coordinator: Nabeel Al-Qirim
Topics Outline:
  1. Past, Present, and Future
  2. Strategic E-Marketing and Performance Metrics
  3. The E-Marketing Plan
  4. Consumer Behavior Online
  5. Segmentation And Targeting Strategies
  6. Differentiation and Positioning Strategies
  7. Product: The Online Offer
  8. Pricing: The Online Value
  9. The Internet for Distribution
  10. E-Marketing Communication Tools
  11. New Digital Media
Outcomes:
  1. Describe consumer online behavior and perceptions of online service.
  2. Explain the E-Marketing context made of e-business models, performance metrics, and role of electronic marketing strategy.
  3. Describe and apply marketing functions of product, pricing, distribution, and marketing communication for a firm's E-Marketing strategy.
  4. Describe and apply marketing planning strategies of segmenting, targeting, positioning, and differentiation.
  5. Implement different strategic online marketing tools and techniques.
  6. Describe several marketing communication media.
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Pre-requisiteECBP310: E-Commerce Principles
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