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E-Business Plans vs. Traditional Business Plans

looking for 4-5 cited paragraphs responding to the following: talk about how writing an e-business plan differs from writing a traditional business plan, and include the pros and cons of an e-business plan....

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I see that these two assignments are 11 credits total. That's certainly acceptable.

Writing an e-business plan differs from writing a traditional business plan. What are its pros and cons?

There must always be a clear purpose for going online: to increase sales, visibility, market share, etc. Knowledge of the target market, and linking this knowledge with the products being sold is the essence of an e-plan. If the e-startup is not connected to an existing name, then the plan must explain to potential investors how an unknown firm, in 2013, will break into its target market. This is not easy. There must also be a way to measure progress. Google, for example, offers all kinds of packages that monitor the flow of traffic to your site and from where it is coming (BLA, 2012).

Logistics is essential, since there must be a physical space from which products are shipped and stored. There needs to be a clear sense that your product will sell online. Some products do better than others. Books do better than semi-trucks. Not everything should go online. Many people are not comfortable ...

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The expert examines the e-business plans versus traditional business plans.