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E-Customers and E-Marketers

1. Put yourself into the role of an e-customer. If you could have all your wishes, what new shopping capabilities would you like to see developed over the next 5 years? 2. Put yourself into the role of an e-marketer. What new communications techniques or capabilities would you like to have available in the next 5 years?

E-commerce Unit

Please help with some thoughts and ideas so that I can complete the following: A virtual team now has the task of launching a new e-commerce unit. ? Write a response that accomplishes the following: o Explain how new social media tools may be used to distribute messages to consumers and clients. o Expla

Intel's HR Policies

In order to implement a strategic choice, organizations use structures, policies, HR policies, culture. Let us revisit Intel and analyze how Intel implements the strategies it currently pursues.

Wal-Mart: Rank five marketing options

Based on the service of Wal-Mart, prepare a paper ranking a minimum of five marketing options under the categories of advertising, personal selling, public relations, and promotions. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each communication venue and justify your choices based upon the target market and the competition.


Write 400 words please, Given how widely e-commerce has spread, provide examples of businesses that do not have an e-commerce component. What communication characteristics do these businesses share?

E-commerce Security and Privacy: Education on Security Concerns

You want to bring up concerns about security with your brother. He asks you that if the Internet is inherently not secure, then why are so many business, government, and military transactions processed online? Your brother feels that the security risks for Grandma's Treats are minimal to non-existent. You respond that security i

Communication Consultants: Efficiency in Virtual Teams

Communication Consultants Presentation Read the following: Imagine that you are a team of communication consultants assigned with the task of helping a company executive make his team-oriented projects more efficient and effective. The current teams are working but have inefficiencies, and they are not as effective as they co

Discussing Electronic Commerce Communications

Please answer the following: 1. How do business-to-business sales communications differ from selling to individuals? 2. In dynamic pricing, each individual might pay a different price for a product or service. Is this fair? Why or why not? How may communication techniques can be used to overcome any issues this may cause?

Discussion Question

What are the differences between two-sided platforms and the more traditional merchant sales process? What are some of the positives of the platform mode? (1-2 paragraphs).

Project Management Identified and Development

I am drafting a paper that will propose an organization challenge for manager to provide a solution. Here is an overview of what I need help discussing the following for the paper: (that includes an executive summary, introduction, conclusion -with references of course) o Identify an important managerial challenge that a

web-based promotional techniques

Do either (Web-based promotional techniques - giveaways and exclusive incentives) promote loyalty to the eBusiness or do they simply get people to be loyal to prices? How much should eBusiness be like a commodity.

Web Site Analysis for Book Industry

Select three related eBusiness Web sites and analyze the sites in terms of navigation, supply chain, marketing, and legal ethical regulatory issues. Book industry Amazon Barnes & Noble AbeBooks

Analyzing an Advertisement

I need assistance with the following: **3-4 paragraphs Advertisements can be award-winning, controversial, successful, or totally ineffective. Different people have different opinions. As a marketing professional, you need to go beyond categorizing ads as successful or not, and analyze the techniques used to create t

Analyze readiness for an e-business venture; develop a plan

Address each of the following steps that will assist you in analyzing your business' readiness for an e-business venture and aid you in developing an e-business plan. (There is no set style requirement for the plan.) A. Describe your business: 1. What is the name of your business? 2. What is the nature of your business?

List and describe five types of data used by B2C retailers

List five types of data that might be collected and used by a B2C retailer. Answer the following for each of the types of data. Briefly define the category. Avoid using specific attributes; rather use broad categories. For example, instead of saying customer's address or phone number, you would say "demographics" which inclu

Managing e-business

Business, E-Commerce/Internet - Year 4Description:e-business Problem:I am trying to understand the different sales channels that upper management may be interested it. THe following questions are just some that I have for 3 different sales channels and for e ...there is moreshow problem I am trying to understand the different

E-business ethical situation on disclosure of customer information

You have been hired to manage the e-business division of a wholesale distribution company. The e-business division sells the company's merchandise at outlet store prices. At the last administrative meeting, someone suggested the e-business division could improve its bottom line by selling the names and e-mail addresses of its cu

E-Commerce Williams-Sonoma case analysis

See the attached files. What does Meyerson mean by the term tempered radicals? 2. According to Meyerson, what are the two ways that organizational change occurs? 3. Describe the differences between disruptive self-expression and strategic alliance building change strategies. 4. Summarize the characteristics of a temp


1. Define procurement and explain why operating resource procurement is a top management issue. 2. Explain why operating resource procurement processes equates to controlled chaos. 3. Discuss the key differences between buy-side and sell-side applications. 4. Define buy-side e-procurement, requisitioning, opportunities, appli

Production & Operations Management

Name two systems that deliver a firm's primary products and services. Give two examples of the design, operation, and improvement of a firm's systems. Name three benefits of business process re-engineering. What is the same and what is different in the implementation of e-Commerce and ERP? Give two examples of a business wit


Discuss the types of interenterprise integration in terms of responsive, enterprising, and intelligent supply chains. Define knowledge tone and its applications framework. What is the significance of knowledge tone as a prerequisite to creating a responsive business model?

Media Comparison

Prepare a 1050-1400 word paper comparing and contrasting how a company of your choice markets online and in the print media to its target audiences. The company has to be a brick and mortor business as well as have online sales. Include copies of print advertising and screen grabs.


How can organizations reduce the time-to-market for products and services using e-business?

Online Therapy Services

Search the Web and locate at least three online therapy sites. Discuss the content in each site, the professionals involved, and how the actual online interaction occurs. Address how professional associations and state regulatory boards view online therapy. Discuss related ethical (informed consent, confidentiality, etc.) and s

Analyze E-Commerce Site: Customizedgirl.com

Http://www.customizedgirl.com/ For the above site, identify the products, the supply line in and out for that product and target population for the product, the marketing scheme and marketing methods being utilized by this business, how payments, returns, security and reliability are addressed, and any evidence of the technol

Business Model

Please discuss your opinion on the following statement regarding e-commerce at eBay. Brief a brief answer in at least 100 words. If an e-business, or a brick and mortar business, provide a quality product that has perceived value to the consumer, customers will keep coming back. It is hard to win customers that have become l

Managing an e-business (avoiding failure)

Company leaders are still a bit concerned about the possibility of becoming an e-commerce failure. You decide that the best thing to do is to face the issue head on, and show that Michelle's can avoid the errors that caused other companies to fail. You bring this topic up in your next meeting with leaders. Cite an example of

Auctions can be a means to acquiring a price point

While auctions can be a means to acquiring a price point I don't feel that auctions can be used in all cases regarding e-business. When you look at pricing parity and currency exchanges, auctions might have a hard time setting a true price point. What could probably work is to use the Big Mac Index to initially set a bottom in p

Brand names and the success of business transaction

Brand name is the key to the success or failure of any business transaction. This is the reason e-Bay has continued to remain the number one competitor as it relates to other on-line bidding companies. This coupled and partnering with PayPal and providing the necessary security IT infrastructure to it's clients has been the foun

Buy-it-now and E-Commerce

The buy-it-now is not such a bad thing. However, the person making the purchase should do some homework about the product to see if in fact they are getting the best price. Recently I went on-line in search for a particular artist's handbags that were hand-painted. In my search, I found this purse with two prices. The bidding