- Title Pages
- 1 Choosing Marketing Policy in the Short Run
- 2 Choosing Marketing Policy in the Long Run
- 3 What is the Impact on Strategy?
- 4 Should the Firm Pursue Market Share?
- 5 Should the Multiproduct Firm Use the Market Share Metric?
- 6 Pricing New Products: Strategies and Caveats
- 7 Choosing Strategies for New Products Using Market-Level Data
- 8 Choosing Strategies for New Products Using Primary Data
- 9 Bundling
- 10 Channels of Distribution
- 11 How Does Consumer Behavior Affect Marketing Policy?
- 12 Coordinating Advertising Strategy, Branding, and Positioning
- 13 Determining the Advertising Budget
- 14 Measuring Advertising Productivity
- 15 How Should the Firm Compensate Managers to Maximize Performance?
- 16 How Should the Firm Compensate Its Sales Force? The Basic Model
- 17 Model Extensions: How Should the Multiagent/Multiproduct Firm Reward and Measure Sales Force Performance?
- 18 How to Make Marketing Decisions When Competitors React: A Game-Theoretic Approach
- 19 Measuring and Building Brand Equity
- 20 How Marketing Policy Affects Consumer Well-Being and Social Welfare
- 21 Internet Marketing
- 22 Mergers and Acquisitions
- 23 How to Choose Optimal International Marketing Strategies
- (p.474) 21 Internet Marketing
- Fusion for Profit
Sharan Jagpal (Contributor Webpage)
- Oxford University Press
This chapter examines how the Internet affects the firm's marketing policies. It shows how the firm should choose its marketing strategies including pricing (distinguishing between the B to B and B to C markets) and advertising messages. In addition, it shows how the firm should coordinate its Internet advertising and sales force policies, including redesigning its sales force compensation plans. It discusss the effects of ownership structure (whether the advertising firm is privately or publicly held) on the firm's Internet advertising strategy. In addition, it analyzes a number of structural changes brought about by Internet advertising, including the purchase of advertising space via auctions, behavioral targeting, and conquest advertising.
Keywords: auctions, behavioral targeting, clickthrough fraud, conquest advertising, digital advertising, electronic exchanges, internet marketing, marketing-finance fusion, sales force compensation plans
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