0273694057 COVER11/5/0613:48Page 1‘Comprehensive, up-to-date and practical in focus.’Dr Lisa Harris, Brunel UniversityInternet Marketing: Strategy, Implementation and Practice, Third Edition provides a comprehensive guide to how organisationscan use the Internet to support their marketing activities, and covers all aspects of Internet marketing — environment,analysis, strategy development, and digital marketing campaign-planning and execution.The book is based on emerging academic models and examples of best practice from leading experts in digital media.The practical knowledge developed through reviewing these concepts and practices will enable the reader to exploit theopportunities of marketing using the Internet while minimising risks.New features in this edition include: In-depth global cases illustrating best practice and the challenges of online marketing from well-known globale-businesses, including Amazon and eBay Updated references to the full range of digital media, including blogging, RSS, instant messaging, podcasting,digital TV and mobile marketing Improved four-colour design to increase clarity and ease readability Greater focus on strategy and development, with a revised chapter on Improving E-Marketing PerformanceA Companion Website at www.pearsoned.co.uk/chaffey contains additional study materials for students, as well asextensive links to relevant websites and extra pedagogical resources designed for lecturers.Fiona Ellis-Chadwick is a lecturer in Marketing at the Business School at Loughborough University and is a member of theMarketing and Retailing Research Group. Her work has been published in Journal of Business Research, InternationalJournal of Retail Distribution and Management, European Journal of Marketing, Internet Research, and Journal of Retailing andConsumer Services.Richard Mayer is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing at the University of Derby, where he is the programme manager for CIMqualifications. He is also the Director of his own Marketing Training Company, specialising in Strategic Marketing, Businessto Business Marketing and Marketing Communications.Kevin Johnston is a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, specialising in marketing, strategy and e-commerce.He previously lectured at the University of Derby, where he created one of the UK’s first e-commerce degree programmes.THIRDEDITIONChaffey JohnstonEllis-Chadwick MayerDave Chaffey (www.davechaffey.com) is an Internet Marketing trainer and consultant for Marketing Insights Limited. He isa lecturer on e-marketing courses at Cranfield and Warwick Universities and the Institute of Direct Marketing. Dave hasbeen recognised by the CIM as one of the 50 marketing 'gurus' worldwide who have shaped the future of marketing.Internet MarketingDr Ahmad Jamal, Cardiff Business SchoolStrategy, Implementation and Practice‘The authors have been highly successful in showing that they not only understand the relevant academicliterature but are also familiar with the complexities of real life experienced by many practitioners.’ISBN 0-273-69405-7Additional student support atwww.pearsoned.co.uk/chaffey9 780273 694052An imprint ofCover image: Eureka/Alamywww.pearson-books.comAdditional student support atwww.pearsoned.co.uk/chaffey
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INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page vBrief contentsPrefaceGuided tourAbout the authorsAcknowledgementsxiiixxiixxvxxviPart 1 Internet marketing fundamentals1An introduction to Internet marketing2The Internet micro-environment413The Internet macro-environment973Part 2 Internet strategy development4Internet marketing strategy1515The Internet and the marketing mix2146Relationship marketing using the Internet256Part 3 Internet marketing: implementation and practice7Delivering the online customer experience3018Interactive marketing communications3489Maintaining and monitoring the online presence41510Business-to-consumer Internet marketing45111Business-to-business Internet marketing484GlossaryIndex514534v
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INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page viiContentsPrefaceGuided tourAbout the authorsAcknowledgementsxiiixxiixxvxxviPart 1INTERNET MARKETING FUNDAMENTALS1 An introduction to Internet marketing3Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters3Introduction – how significant is the Internet formarketing?Marketing applications of Internet marketingOur changing media consumptionOur changing buyer behaviour4567What is Internet marketing?E-marketing definedDigital marketing definedE-commerce and e-business definedE-business definedBusiness or consumer model?8910111112What benefits does the Internet provide for themarketer?14A strategic approach to Internet marketing18How do Internet marketing communications differfrom traditional marketing communications?20A short introduction to Internet technologyHow does the Internet work?From the Internet to intranets and extranets262732Case Study 1 eBay thrives in the nt exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questionsIntroductionDifferent environment components4243MarketplaceCompetitive forcesValue creation and value chain analysisNew channel structuresLocation of trading in marketplaceCommercial arrangement for transactionsBusiness models in e-commerceRevenue models4546495357585961CustomersAssessing demand for e-commerce servicesOnline demand for business services616272Online buyer behaviourCustomer persona and scenario analysisMulti-channel customer experiencesModels of online buyer aries86Case Study 2 Zopa launches a new lending model90Summary92ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions93939394ReferencesFurther readingWeb links9496963 The Internet macro-environment97Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters9738383838Introduction98Social factorsSocial exclusion99100ReferencesFurther readingWeb links393940Legal and ethical issues of Internet usagePrivacy legislationOther e-commerce legislation1011011132 The Internet micro-environment41Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters41Technological factorsAlternative digital technologiesDigital radioSecurity116120129131vii
INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page viiiCONTENTSEconomic factorsGlobalisation136137Political factorsInternet governanceTaxationTax jurisdiction138139140140Case Study 3 Boo hoo – learning from the largestEuropean dot-com failure141209ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions210210210211ReferencesFurther readingWeb links211213213Summary144ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions1441441441455 The Internet and the marketing mix214Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters214Introduction215ReferencesFurther readingWeb links145146147ProductThe long tail conceptThe Internet and brandingThe importance of brand online217223224229Price1 Increased price transparency2 Downward pressure on price3 New pricing approaches (including auctions)4 Alternative pricing structure or policies231231233235237Place1 Place of purchase2 New channel structures3 Channel conflicts4 Virtual organisations237238240240242Promotion243People, process and physical evidencePeopleProcessPhysical evidence245245248248Case Study 5 The re-launched Napster changesthe music marketing mix248Summary251ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions252252252252ReferencesFurther readingWeb links2532552556 Relationship marketing using theInternet256Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters256Introduction257Key concepts of relationship marketing258Part 2INTERNET STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT4 Internet marketing strategy151Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters151IntroductionInternet strategy is a channel marketing strategyThe scope of Internet marketing strategy152152153An integrated Internet marketing strategyIs a separate Internet marketing plan needed?154154A generic strategic approach157Situation reviewInternal audit or analysisExternal audits or analysis160160166Strategic goal settingFrameworks for objective setting168172Strategy formulationDecision 1: Market and product developmentstrategiesDecision 2: Business and revenue models strategiesDecision 3: Target marketing strategyDecision 4: Positioning and differentiationstrategy (including the marketing mix)Decision 5: Multi-channel distribution strategyDecision 6: Multi-channel communicationsstrategyDecision 7: Online communications mix and budgetDecision 8: Organisational capabilities (7S)174Strategy implementationCase Study 4 Tesco.com uses the Internet tosupport its diversification strategyviiiSummary176179180185191194196197204207
INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page ixCONTENTSBenefits of relationship marketingDifferentiating customers by value258260Key concepts of electronic customer relationshipmanagement (e-CRM)Benefits of e-CRMMarketing applications of CRMCRM technologies and data262263264264Customer lifecycle managementPermission marketingPersonalisation and mass customisationOnline and multi-channel service quality267268270272Approaches to implementing e-CRMStage 1: Attract new and existing customers to siteStage 2a: Incentivise visitors to actionStage 2b: Capture customer information tomaintain relationshipStage 3: Maintain dialogue using onlinecommunicationStage 4: Maintain dialogue using offlinecommunicationThe IDIC approach to relationship buildingTechniques for managing customer activity andvalueLifetime value modellingLoyalty schemesVirtual communitiesCustomer experience – the missing elementrequired for customer loyalty272273273273275276277278278286288290Case Study 6 Boots mine diamonds in theircustomer data291Summary293ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions294294294294ReferencesFurther readingWeb links295296296Part 3INTERNET MARKETING:IMPLEMENTATION AND PRACTICEWeb site prototyping308Initiation of the web site projectDomain name registrationSelecting an Internet service provider (ISP)309309310Researching site users’ requirementsUsabilityWeb accessibilityLocalisationReviewing competitors’ web sitesDesigning the information architecture312312314317317318Designing the user experienceDeveloping customer-oriented contentMarketing-led site designElements of site designSite design and structurePage designContent design322323324324324332332Development and testing of contentTesting contentTools for web site development and testing334334334Promote site335Service EmpathyThe relationship between service quality, customersatisfaction and loyalty335336337337338338339Case Study 7 Refining the online customerexperience at dabs.com341Summary343ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions344344345345ReferencesFurther readingWeb links3453473478 Interactive marketing communications 3487 Delivering the online customerexperience301Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters301Introduction302Planning web site design and build304Who is involved in a web site project?306Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters348Introduction349The characteristics of interactive marketingcommunicationsDifferences in advertising between traditional anddigital mediaIntegrated Internet marketing communicationsIntegration through timeCampaign response mechanics350354357360362ix
INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page xCONTENTSObjectives and measurement for interactivemarketing communicationsConversion marketing objectivesTimescales for objective settingCampaign cost objectivesOffline promotion techniquesAdvantages and disadvantages of using offlinecommunications to support e-commerceIncidental and specific advertising of the onlinepresencePublic relationsDirect marketingOther physical remindersWord of mouthx363365366367ReferencesFurther readingWeb links4114134133709 Maintaining and monitoring the online415presence371Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters415Introduction416Performance management for Internet marketingStage 1: Creating a performance managementsystemStage 2: Defining the performance metricsframeworkStage 3: Tools and techniques for collectingmetrics and summarising results417371372372372373Online promotion techniques3731 Search engine marketing(a) Search engine optimisation (SEO)(b) Pay-per-click (PPC) search marketing(c) Trusted feed3733763813832 Online PRWhat is PR?What is online PR?Differences between online PR and traditional PROnline PR activities3843843853853863 Online partnerships(a) Affiliate marketing(b) Online sponsorship418420424The maintenance processHow often should material be updated?433434Responsibilities in web site maintenanceWho owns the process?Who owns the content?Who owns the format?Who owns the technology?Content management435435438438438440388388390Case Study 9 Learning from Amazon’s cultureof metrics441Summary4464 Interactive advertisingFundamentals of online advertisingThe purpose of interactive advertisingMeasurement of interactive ad effectivenessInteractive ad targeting optionsInteractive ad formatsMaking banner advertising workBuying ssessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions447447448448ReferencesFurther readingWeb links4484494495 E-mail marketingOpt-in e-mail options for customer acquisitionOpt-in e-mail options for prospect conversion andcustomer retention (house list)E-mail marketing success factorsManaging inbound e-mail communications39739810 Business-to-consumer Internetmarketing451Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters4516 Viral marketing400IntroductionKey themes and concepts452452On-site promotional techniques402Selecting the optimal communications mix403Online customersWho are the online customers?Online customers’ expectations and motivations453453457Case Study 8 Making FMCG brands sizzle online407Summary409ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions410410411411E-retailingDevelopment of e-retailingE-retailing: the virtual channel462462467E-retail activitiesInformation functionsInteractive functions467467468398399400
INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page xiCONTENTSWho are the e-retailers and what are they selling? 469Implications for e-retail marketing strategy472Case Study 10 lastminute.com: establishing andmaintaining a competitive position478Summary480ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionsExamination questions481481481481ReferencesFurther readingWeb links48148348311 Business-to-business Internetmarketing484Learning objectives / Questions for marketers /Links to other chapters484IntroductionKey themes and concepts485485B2B e-contextOnline environment analysis486486Commercial exchanges in B2B markets493The electronic marketplace493How organisations are using Internet technologies 495Trading relationships in B2B marketsThe exchange processThe buying functionTrading partnerships501502502503Digital marketing strategies504Case Study 11 Growth, volume and dispersion ofelectronic markets506Summary510ExercisesSelf-assessment exercisesEssay and discussion questionExamination question511511511511ReferencesFurther readingWeb links511513513GlossaryIndex514534xi
INMA A01.QXD17/5/0612:00Page xiiSupporting resourcesVisit www.pearsoned.co.uk/chaffey to find valuable online resources.Companion Website for students Web links to case study materials, academic articles and examples of bestpracticeGuidance on tools and techniques for effective web sitesA comprehensive online glossaryFor instructors Complete, downloadable Instructor’s ManualPowerPoint slides that can be downloaded and used as OHTsFor more information please contact your local Pearson Education salesrepresentative or visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/chaffey.OneKey: All you and your students need to succeedOneKey is an exclusive new resource for instructors andstudents, giving you access to the best online teaching andlearning tools 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.OneKey means all your resources are in one place formaximum convenience, simplicity and success.Convenience. Simplicity. Success.A OneKey product is available for Internet Marketing, third edition for use withBlackboard , WebCT and CourseCompass. It contains: Interactive Study Guide Assessment questions to test your understanding Flashcards to aid revision Video cases to give you real world applicationFor more information about the OneKey product please contact your local PearsonEducation sales representative or visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/onekey.
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