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    B2C and B2B Marketing

    B2C and B2B Websites: Supply Chain Analysis

    Task: Navigate through the Dell Computer website as a consumer making purchases. Make a detailed list of the supply chain involved in the B2C site and describe what was found. Navigate through the Dell Computer website as a buyer. Make a detailed list of the supply chain involved in the B2B site and describe what was found.

    Supply Chain

    Explain how the supply chain differs for a company with a physical product versus a service. Also explain the how the concepts of disintermediation and reintermediation affect the supply chain.

    IT Multiple Choice

    1) One common support activity that underlines multiple primary activities is _____ A) record keeping (B) auditing (C)training (D) regulation 2) One trend in purchasing, logistics, and support activities is the shift away from hierarchical structures toward _____ structures. A) vertical (B) horizontal (C) network (D) matri

    4P's of Marketing for an electric utilities company

    Examine the 4 P's of marketing and discuss how each will be addressed within the business framework. E-businesses can be categorized into generic models (i.e., a method of doing online business enabling the company to generate revenue). Research the following business models and then determine which one is applicable to your

    UPS supply chain

    Explain how the UPS supply chain was modified and how the supply chain differs from the on ground locations and the online environment.

    How marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site

    According to marketingprofs.com and other online and offline sources: B2B (Business to Business) site secifically caters one busines to another business. Usually providing inhouse service or maitanance software/networks for other businesses to utilize in order to increase function, marketing, sales, profits, efficiency and the

    SWOT

    You are the head of a marketing department. Amazon.com is a competitor of yours. You read a case study about Amazon.com (which can be found in the Appendix of your textbook) and determine that doing a SWOT analysis of Amazon may help you with your own strategies. 1. Perform a SWOT analysis by identifying the company's strengths

    Explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site

    I need to explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Specifically, I would like discuss the music industry (i.e. ticket master, etc). Citations/ references must be included, but the majority of work is expected to be original. I appreciate any and all help that you can provide! (I'm looking for about 600

    ethical, legal and regulatory issues

    What are the ethical, legal and regulatory issues on a B2B site to a B2C site? Can you please explain through examples? If siteing please reference? Thanks!!!!

    Affiliate Programs/Networks/e-Marketplaces and Exchanges/Auctions

    Affiliate Programs and Networks: What metrics are used to track and reward success in an affiliate program/network? What are the limitations of this as a sales and marketing tool? E-Marketplaces and Exchanges: What are e-Marketplaces and B2B Exchanges and how have they evolved and changed over the last 5 years (c

    Ebusiness

    Explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to B2B site. Give specifics.

    Supply Chain and Marketing

    Please explain how supply chain and marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Give specific answers or examples. If incorpoating sites please list them for references. Thank-you.

    Discussion questions

    In your own words please discuss how E-Marketing is able to build long-term customer relationships due to: 1. Online FAQs 2. Automatic e-mail responders 3. Customized Websites 4. Fax-on-demand 5. Supply chains integrated with the firm's functions

    Business Issues: Internet, Aging Population and American Products

    1.In what sectors of the economy is the Internet likely to have the greatest impact? Name some companies in these sectors. 2.What types of companies are most likely to benefit from the aging of the American population and why? Name a few companies that would qualify. 3. Name some other companies that you believe will pro

    Philip Kotler's four major drivers of economy are discussed and prioritized.

    Kotler identifies the four major drivers of the new economy. Explain these drivers. Based on your view of how the new economy has been developed, place these four drivers in order of importance (which have had the greatest impact). Be prepared to explain your ranking. What is the most important impact these drivers of the new

    B2C vs. B2B Sites

    How do ethical, legal, and regulatory issues differ on a B2C site compared to a B2B site.

    B2B and B2C payment systems

    Please explain which systems are best for B2B transactions and which are best for B2C transactions. Thank you.

    Explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site

    I am in need of some quality assistance. Please do not tackle this unless you are committed to a thorough and detailed response. I am willing to increase my bid if necessary. Though I think my initial bid is worthy of quality and detailed analysis. I need to explain how marketing differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site.

    Amazon.com. Inc. - 2004

    You are the head of a marketing department. Amazon.com is a competitor of yours. Read a case study about Amazon.com, and do a SWOT analysis of Amazon Inc 2004 for your own strategies. 1. Perform a SWOT analysis by identifying the company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. 2. After reviewing the SWOT ana

    B2C Sites Important Elements

    What are six of the most important elements in a company's B2C website as related to user interface design? What makes a good B2C site really work well? What will cause a user to abandon a shopping cart?

    Segway

    The Segway Human Transporter is an invention of Mr. Dean Kamen of DEKA Research & Development, and was originally positioned as "a personal transportation device to be used on sidewalks." Industrial and consumer models have been developed. According to the case, at least $100 million has been invested in the development and mark

    4 Questions - Marketing Management

    Marketing questions: 1. Throughout the decade of the 1990s, it could be effectively argued that the personal computing (PC) industry initially pursued a product philosophy, followed by a sales philosophy, followed by a marketing philosophy, followed by a relationship marketing philosophy. Please explain. 2. Do all B

    EBusiness

    Please tell me if ethical, legal and regulatory issues differ on a B2C site as compared to a B2B site. Do you have any specifics?