Internet Marketing Research: Theory and Practice: Theory and Practice

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Lee, Ook
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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This book deals with the timely topics of Internet marketing research. Internet marketing has become an important aspect of e-commerce and various concepts/strategies were implemented to support marketing on the Net. However, discovering what's really working or not in Internet marketing requires whole new approaches of quantitative/empirical methods.

Internet Marketing Research: Theory and Practice presents a collection that provides the rigorous tests of the Internet marketing phenomenon.


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Leveraging Online Information to Build Customer Relationships
The Evolution of Web Marketing Practice
Pricing Strategies for Digital Books Issues and Directions for Research
Factors Influencing Marketing Performance on the Web
Positioning in Cyberspace Evaluating Telecom Web Sites Using Correspondence Analysis
Investigating Social Motivations for Internet Use
Turning Browsers Into Buyers User Interface Design Issues for Electronic Commerce
4I A New Premise for Marketing Online
Exploring Consumers Willingness to Contribute to Internet Web Sites
The Theory Behind the Role of Leverage and the Strategic Alignment of Organisations While Creating New Markets
Beyond CPMs and Clickthroughs Understanding Consumer Interaction with Web Advertising
Comparing Consumer Purchase Behavior on the Internet and in BrickandMortar Stores An Overview of Recent Recent
Satisfaction Frustration and Delight A Framework for Understanding How Consumers Interact with Web Sites
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Ook Lee is currently a professor of MIS in the Department of Management of University of Nevada at Las Vegas, USA. Dr. Lee also served as a professor in the Department of Business Administration at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, USA as well as in the Department of Business Administration at Hansung University in Seoul, Korea. Previously, he worked as a Project Director at Information Resources, Inc., in Chicago Illinois, and as a Senior Information Research Scientist at Korea Research Information Center in Seoul, Korea. His main research interests include empirical software engineering, expert systems, neural networks, software engineering, digital libraries, electronic commerce, critical social theory, and global IT management. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Statistics from Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea, and an M.S. in Computer Science from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, He also earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. He has published in journals such as Journal of Software Maintenance, International Journal of Electronic Markets, and IEEE Transactions on Professional Communications. [Editor]

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