The internet today can even allow you to be in a virtual world and in that world you can be anywhere at any given place and time. The internet has evolved into a fast convenience in today’s society, so much so that you can now date online. Dr. Helene M. Lawson and Dr. Kira Leck researched the effects on internet dating in today’s society. They begin their research by asking a series of questions but before we can move on to the questions they asked, other questions need to be answered first. These question are: a) Why do people choose to date online?
Explain how Internet Marketing can make your business more efficient, effective and successful (P5) The increasing availability of the web gives Adidas all kinds of opportunities to speed up their interaction with both suppliers and customers. Tis can lead to a number of efficiencies. Supply chain efficiencies: A business will always be both a buyer and a seller, buying products from other businesses , buying product from others and selling to others or private consumers. A company like Adidas has to buy the materials it uses before it can sell finished products. For business working with supply chains they can create smother, faster ways of dealing with the firms they regularly buy from.
Advantages of ecommerce Having a business open 24/7 I have been asked the discus in detail the impacts and negative impacts of an e-commerce business; I am going to first discus the impacts of an e-commerce business running 24/7. There are many impacts with having an 24/7 e-commerce online business, I first looked at the website tokokoo.com (online) that it mention that the advantage of it being opened 24/7 is that people all over the world can purchase what the e-commerce website is selling, this impacts your business as all parts of the world we be buying your products and services at all times ‘Even while you’re sleeping, your customers can visit your store and browse your products and place their orders’. Another advantage of it being opened 24/7 is that you can purchase items/services anytime you want this is a good impact new targets markets can be made which is for the people who work long hour days which means they are too busy in the day because there working which means they do not have time for shopping in the day, this impacts your business and achieves more customers which means you will sell more. Includes that customers will be satisfied as they can purchase items from their own home. A disadvantage of having a 24/7 business is that you will have to pay more for staff to keep this e-commerce business operated at all times, people who would be operating the website are not on a normal wage like a shelf stacker it is far more.
With all the advantages of moving to the internet the online community continues to grow. Of course you can still do all your banking at the bank or go to the store to buy stuff, but times are changing. 40% of the Bank of America customers use the Online only account that charges a fee if you want to use the physical bank. With the way things are going our entire society could go completely online. With people relying on the internet for their everyday lives its no wonder that to some people think that internet should be considered a human right.
It revved up its browsing and search capabilities, and personalized the whole experience by offering customized layouts and recommendations based on what you had been looking at and purchasing. At this point, Amazon aimed to provide additional value to its customers by providing a personalized shopping experience. By 1998, Amazon started expanding into international markets and new products categories, turning into an online superstore and providing convenience and further reduced search costs to its customers. During 1999, Amazon began exploring complementary business models, such as auctions and marketplaces. Under these models, Amazon did not assume control of the inventory, and as such acted as an agent (generating additional
Adolescence in Cyberspace “. . . the simple truth is that the Web, the Internet, does one thing. It speeds up the retrieval and dissemination of information, partially eliminating such chores as going outdoors to the mailbox or the adult bookstore, or having to pick up the phone to get hold of your stockbroker or some buddies to shoot the breeze with.
E-tailer & Persuasive Messages By, Dale Kowalczyk 9/2/2012 Week Two COMM470 Ms. Kachmor E-tailer & Persuasive Messages Introduction When consumers look into the true meaning of E-tailer it is derived from electronic retailer. E-tailer has shaken the world as we once known it. The need for retail shops is growing lesser and lesser as stores move to the online networks. Consumers look at stores like BestBuy and see then struggling to stay afloat. Since the birth of online networking the growing E-tailer store are at front of all consumer purchases.
The return process is generally easier in a store and it is definitely faster. Returning in a brick and mortar store usually involves going to the customer service counter with your item(s) and getting the money back in the form you paid for it. Most stores have their return policy listed close to the cash registers and will require a purchase receipt. I have noticed that the stores that allow returns without a receipt generally will give you a store credit in the form of a store gift card or gift certificate. Returning at a store is faster because all it takes is a drive to the store and going through their return procedure as opposed to waiting for your returned item to ship and for the appropriate department to process the return and credit your account or credit card.
Memo To: Laura M. Smith From: Lakia M. Hairston CC: Date: November 2, 2009 Re: Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Differences Today, the popularity of the internet has been the foundation of new business, e-business. Just about anything can be done online now. Many people are reverting from shopping in stores of malls because of the convenience of the internet. You can do anything from balancing your check book, to ordering pizza online today, which is making the internet a big part of most peoples lives around the world. Businesses are making transactions with other businesses online eliminating extra time and wasted money.
We are living in a world in which we are increasing relying on computers, and information technology to make our lives better and more efficient. For example, in the past we use to shop in stores, however now-a-days we can do our shopping on sites such as Amazon and eBay, and pay through PayPal. But how secure are these websites, applications, or severs? To answer this question, there are organizations that do nothing but try to hack these, and other, applications. Another example, in the early 2000s there were numerous reports of companies engaging in fraudulent activities.