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Internet marketing: A Brief Review
Learning objectives
• Evaluate the relevance of the Internet to the
modern marketing concept.
• Distinguish between Internet marketing, emarketing, e-commerce and e-business.
• Identify the key differences between Internet
marketing and traditional marketing.
• Assess how the Internet can be used in
different marketing functions.
Questions for marketers
• How significant is the Internet as a marketing
• How does Internet marketing relate to emarketing, e-commerce and e-business?
• What are the key benefits of Internet
• What differences does the Internet introduce
in relation to existing marketing
communications models?
The impact of the Internet on business
• Andy Grove, Chairman of Intel, one of the
early adopters of e-commerce, has made a
meteorological analogy with the Internet.
He says:
Is the Internet a typhoon force, a ten times
force, or is it a bit of wind? Or is it a force
that fundamentally alters our business?
(Grove, 1996)
The Internet’s impact on you?
• How many of you have purchased
something on the Internet in the last 6
• How many times have you used the
Internet as an information source, before
buying offline?
easyJet web site (
An extract from the web site, reproduced by permission of Castrol
Limited. Any unauthorised reproduction is strictly prohibited
Variation in UK media consumption in hours (bars) compared to percentage media
expenditure (diamonds)
Source: Compiled from EIAA (2005) and IAB (2005)
EIAA 2005 -
How does the Internet contribute to
 The definition of marketing by the Chartered
Institute of Marketing (
Marketing is the management process
responsible for identifying, anticipating and
satisfying customer requirements profitably
Give examples of how the Internet (web and email) achieves these?
• Customer-centric digital marketing involves:
• Applying…
Digital technologies which form online channels…
(Web, e-mail, databases, mobile, iDTV)
• to…
Contribute to marketing activities aimed at achieving profitable
acquisition and retention of customers (within a multi-channel buying
and customer lifecycle)
• through…
Improving customer knowledge (of their profiles, behaviour, value
and loyalty drivers), then delivering
integrated targeted
communications and online services that match their individual needs.
E-business and e-commerce
• Define e-commerce
• What is the relationship between ecommerce and e-business?
E-business and e-commerce
The distinction between buy-side and sell-side e-commerce
Summary and examples of transaction alternatives between businesses,
consumers and governmental organisations
Dubit C2C site for a youth audience (
Benefits of online marketing
Types of web presence
• 1. Transactional e-commerce site:
Examples – Amazon, Dell
• 2. Services-oriented/relationship building
– Accenture, British Gas
• 3. Brand Building site
– Tango, Guinness
• 4. Portal or media site
– Yahoo!,
• Note that these types overlap
North West Supplies Ltd site (
Source: Opportunity Wales
A generic internet marketing strategy development process
Interactivity and intelligence
Summary of communication models for: (a) traditional media,
(b) new media
Summary of degree of individualisation for: (a) traditional media (same
message), (b) new media (unique messages and more information exchange
between customers)
Channel requiring integration as part of integrated e-marketing strategy
Mixed-mode buying
The role of mixed-mode buying in Internet marketing
Technology – addressing
 Common gTLDs are:
.com represents an international or American company
such as represents a company based in the UK such as a UK based University (e.g. or .org are not for profit organisations (e.g.
.net a network provider such as
How it works – client/server
Information exchange between a web browser and a web server
How it works - HTML
Home page index.html for The B2B Company in a web browser showing HTML
source in text editor
Internet, intranet, & extranet
The relationship between access to intranets, extranets and the Internet