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Posted by Anonymous on
9/21/2005 at 9:04 AM ET
I need to write an essay about e-marketing types. I would like to know if any authors have concrete theories about how to categorize e-marketing. (any material on the subject would be nice)
9/21/2005 at 7:03 PM
Nothing concrete, but you might categorize them as (1) eBay (and other auction) sellers; (2) big thinkers (like Amazon, eBay, Google, etc.); (3) affiliates and Adwords entrepreneurs; (4) bricks-and-mortar expansion merchants; (5) mom-and-pop etailers.
Some of these have subsets, of course.
Good luck. Sounds interesting. What's the essay for? Will we get to see it?
9/26/2005 at 7:26 PM
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