cybermarketing


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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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Umas delas, chamada de Cybermarketing, surgiu como um instrumento facilitador de Marketing, com foco na possibilidade de trabalhar a personalizacao em massa, proporcionar rapidez no processamento de transacoes e permitir alta interatividade com os clientes.
Cybermarketing allows you to provide 7-day, 24-hour service response; send phone, fax, or e-mail solutions; carry on online dialogue; and repair problems from a distance through computer diagnostics.
Cybermarketing allows you to videoconference with a prospect and demonstrate a product on a computer screen.
Cybermarketing allows you to use news groups for conversation, interviews, and e-mail questionnaires.
formerly MarketPlace Information Corporation), a leading provider of information-driven marketing tools, today unveiled a cybermarketing initiative, based on its recently launched iMarket Marketing Center (http://www.
Reviewed in PC World, SunWorld Online, Boardwatch, and the San Francisco Chronicle, LinkExchange has also received the 5-Star CyberMarketing Award for Excellence from the CyberMarketing Letter.
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 27, 1996--HYPER NET has developed a cybermarketing system called Hyper System that will revolutionize Internet business in the U.
9, 1995--The first interactive book about electronic commerce, CyberMarketing Essentials for Success, unveils Monday, Nov.
A specific action plan -- CyberMarketing Essentials for Success walks people through a series of steps to prepare a written plan for doing business online.
Free copies of CyberMarketing Essentials for Success will go to the first 200 people who attend Settles' 2:00 p.
Virtual Places lets me interact with people as close to `face-to-face' as is possible with today's Internet," said Len Keeler, marketing director for the online magazine WEBster and author of the book Cybermarketing.