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Course 2016-2017 a.y.

30227 - INTRODUCTION TO E-MARKETING AND E-COMMERCE


CLEAM - CLEF - CLEACC - BESS-CLES - WBB - BIEM - CLEAM - CLEF - CLEACC - BESS-CLES - WBB - BIEF
Department of Marketing

Course taught in English


Go to class group/s: 31 - 32

CLEAM (6 credits - I sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - CLEF (6 credits - I sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - CLEACC (6 credits - I sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - BESS-CLES (6 credits - I sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - WBB (6 credits - I sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - BIEM (6 credits - I sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08)

Classes: 31 (I sem.)
Instructors:
Class 31: DAVID MARIO DINO JARACH


Course Objectives
The aim of this course is to provide participants with theoretical framework for understanding e-marketing and e-commerce. The course focuses on:
(1) identifying market opportunities and understanding consumer online behavior;
(2) developing a digital marketing strategy;
(3) implementing effective product, promotion, pricing, and distribution strategies in a digital environment.
The course focuses on a theoretical rather than a technical understanding of e-marketing and the digital environment, exploring the main practices and exploiting tools and techniques that can be used to this purpose.

Course Content Summary

The course is divided into the following parts:
  • Introduction to e-Marketing;
  • Digital Environment Analysis;
  • Online Consumers Behavior;
  • Online Communication and Commerce;
  • Social Media Marketing;
  • Mobile Marketing;
  • e-Marketing Strategic Plan.

Detailed Description of Assessment Methods
For attending students:
Grades are computed as follows:
  • Written examination - 50% of the overall grade
  • Final group project - 50% of the overall grade
For non-attending students:
  • Written exam based on the textbooks - 100%.


Textbooks
For attending students:
  • A. CHARLESWORTH, Digital Marketing: a practical approach, Routledge, 2014 (selected chapters).
For non attending students:
  • A. CHARLESWORTH, Digital Marketing: a practical approach, Routledge, 2014.
  • C. LI, J. BERNOFF, Groundswell: winning in a world transformed by social technologies, Harvard Business Review Press, 2011.

Last change 21/03/2016 12:31

CLEAM (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - CLEF (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - CLEACC (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - BESS-CLES (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - WBB (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08) - BIEF (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/08)

Classes: 32 (II sem.)
Instructors:
Class 32: DEBORAH CAROLINA RACCAGNI


Course Objectives
The aim of this course is to provide participants with theoretical framework for understanding e-marketing and e-commerce. The course focuses on:
(1) identifying market opportunities and understanding consumer online behavior;
(2) developing a digital marketing strategy;
(3) implementing effective product, promotion, pricing, and distribution strategies in a digital environment.
The course focuses on a theoretical rather than a technical understanding of e-marketing and the digital environment, exploring the main practices and exploiting tools and techniques that can be used to this purpose.

Course Content Summary
The course is divided into the following parts:
  • Introduction to e-Marketing;
  • Digital Environment Analysis;
  • Online Consumers Behavior;
  • Online Communication and Commerce;
  • Social Media Marketing;
  • Mobile Marketing;
  • e-Marketing Strategic Plan.

Detailed Description of Assessment Methods
For attending students:
Grades will be computed as follows:
  • Written examination - 50% of the overall grade.
  • Final group project - 50% of the overall grade.

For non attending students:
Written exam based on the textbooks - 100%
     

Textbooks

For attending students:

  • A. CHARLESWORTH, Digital Marketing: a practical approach, Routledge, 2014, (selected chapters).

For non attending students:

  • A. CHARLESWORTH, Digital Marketing: a practical approach, Routledge, 2014.
  • C. LI, J. BERNOFF, Groundswell: winning in a world transformed by social technologies, Harvard Business Review Press, 2011.
Last change 21/03/2016 12:31