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Technology

 

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Paul A

 

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February 5, 2015

 

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University

 

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The traditional marketing strategies of promoting companies products were publication, TV, newspaper and radio broadcasting while totally overlooking the internet as another type of marketing resource. Objective To explain how the marketing strategies differs on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Website Website should create awareness to achieve sale leads to acquire new online customers and retain existing customers, increasing your companies marketing reach with other parts of the world can also be a valuable asset, and communication with customers...
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The navigation design of the website links should be accessible to other links that pertain to information that is relating to the customers research or inquiries. The website design should present a stunning and impressive surfing environment by drawing your curiosity to the next link. Search engines being implemented into the website is another effective marketing tool to guide potential customers to your web links this will give them opportunity review your product along with giving your company the opportunity to learn more information about the customer...
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