Business models in Internet marketing
Marketing gets more complicated and confusing everyday. A big part of this complication is caused by the many components and definitions of Internet marketing. Understanding which definition fits your business and then selecting the right platforms to use and what to do with them once you build your presence can raise the blood pressure in the best of us. So how can we be effective with our online marketing when we are trying to manage the daily operations?
Let’s take a look at two definitions of Internet marketing.
- As a channel of communication – using this new media channel to communicate a company’s message about itself, its products, or its services to gain visibility and establish an expert reputation.
Which one of these descriptions fits your needs depends on your business model.
Internet Marketing as a Channel of Communication
There are many strategies available within the umbrella term of Internet marketing and choosing the right set of strategies and activities is dependent on your resources, your target market and your goals. All of the following are possible Internet marketing strategies:
Every business benefits from being online and increasing their visibility to their target audience. Although these are all viable options in your marketing plan, not all of these strategies will apply.
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Consumers - stand up to RE industry
Over the last 5 years, average sales commissions may have dropped from 6% to 5%, as an increasing number of home buyers and sellers consider using non-traditional approaches to transacting real estate.
It's important that we make this trend continue by: pushing hard for cheaper and better services, calling out cases of dishonesty and fraud, and supporting more democratic options like publicly available, comprehensive and up-to-date sales "comps," full MLS listings, flat-fee pricing, FSBO, and more.
The following article talks is just one of many talking about changes that already have taken place--and what opportunities still await real estate consumers
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