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cybermarketing

Generally refers to selling via the Web, email or social networking sites, but may refer to other electronic promotions such as trial programs bundled with purchased software or, as was popular earlier, provided on stand-alone CD-ROMs. See social media marketing and viral marketing.
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"Cyber Marketing Scammers" who want to expedite a 20 year discipline of 6 professions into an instant job are popping up - but Simon Smith of eVestigator knows how to spot them.
Smith covers the new "buzz word" that the new breed of "Cyber Marketing Scammers" are resorting to.
He is an advocate by profession but also entails rich experience of cyber marketing who decided to start his own venture with the name Bizcity Casters' in 2008 that is the lead email marketing co of the country.
The electronic stores on the Web is a part of the Commerce Department-initiated 2009 E-commerce Development Program with the technical support of the III with an aim to assist local wholesalers and retailers to engage in cyber marketing. The PChome Online Store on the PChome website is divided into three sections, including cuisine, recreation and wedding gown.
To make Internet become a new battleground for the mortar-and-brick stores, the Commerce Department launched the 2009 E-commerce Development Program and selected 58 conventional stores suitable for cyber marketing as benchmark stores distributing their products and services on the PChome Online Store website.
''Not everyone wants to lay down the money for a console and a big-screen television to make it work,'' Michael Arzt, senior vice president and general manager of the American office of International Cyber Marketing, was quoted as saying.
A good example of this is its chapter sub-headings, for instance 'chapter one's fourth sub-heading is 'Internet-the embryonic vessel of Virtual Reality.' This looks more like a deep marketing text book rather than a how-to cyber marketing guide.
Rather than use a one-dimensional marketing strategy based on advertising that forces a print ad or TV ad format into an interactive media, Successful Marketing Strategists, Berkeley, Calif., promotes a three-dimensional model that addresses seven areas of marketing - its Big 7 of Cyber Marketing: