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  1. Internet Marketing The Digital World

  2. Topics • Being digital • Digital environments • Digital convergence • Making marketing processes digital

  3. What does it mean? Being Digital • Something is digital when all of its properties and information are stored as a string of zeros and ones • Each zero and each one is called a bit • A bit is a single piece of information • “A bit has no color, size, or weight, and it can travel at the speed of light.” Nicholas Negroponte - MIT Media Lab

  4. Being DigitalDigital Benefits for Marketing • Three factors make the translation from atoms to bits very powerful • Moore’s law • The ability to create digital environments • Convergence • Let’s take a closer look at each factor

  5. To Understand How Moore’s Law Plays Out, Let’s Take A Look At Some Recent Headlines

  6. Moore’s Law Each new generation of chips (released about every 18 months) packs 2x components into the same surface area to create 2x power

  7. Headline Name of publication - Date Insert excerpts from a current article out of the business press (e.g. Wall Street Journal, Wired News, Business 2.0, or Fast Company) that talks about increasing miniaturization. I usually take excerpts out of the lead paragraph, and highlight keywords. I’ve found articles in the business press on semiconductor innovation at major US research universities, for example, that nicely illustrate Moore’s law.

  8. Sales Calls Newsprint Time Energy Moore’s Law Makes it Cheap to Substitute Marketing Bitsfor Marketing Atoms

  9. Opportunities forSaving Software Distribution Net Surveys Online Customer Support Corporate Intranets User Manuals Where do the savings come from?

  10. Digital Environments • Digital environments are • procedural • participatory • spatial • encyclopedic • Each of these properties creates opportunities for marketers

  11. Digital Environments Are Procedural • Computers are logic engines - they follow rules • However, well-programmed computers can create wonderful illusions of intelligence, spontaneity, and attention to detail • For example: digital actors can create the illusion of social interaction • Imagine digital actors as hosts on a Wal-Mart Web site • Digital actors can make the online site feel “more like Wal-Mart

  12. Digital Environments Are Participatory • Digital environments encourage participation • Users input requests and other information • Software systems • retrieve relevant information • enable customized responses and experiences

  13. Digital Environments Are Spatial • Digital technologies enable the creation of virtual spaces • Current connection speeds and bandwidth limit widespread use of virtual spaces for marketing purposes • Spatial elements are being used to provide familiarity and comfort to users

  14. Digital Environments Are Encyclopedic • Digital information can be stored cheaply • So, it’s possible to archive huge amounts of information and make it available • movie databases • online technical help & solutions

  15. Content Computing Interactive Multimedia Experience Communications Digital Convergence

  16. Content Interactive Multimedia Communi-cations Computing Convergence • Internet capabilitiesaugmenttraditional power of mass market media • DTV means that Net marketing willgrowdramatically Adds Flexibility

  17. Digital Technologies Fundamentally Change Everything

  18. Involve Customers in Design Process Market & Sell Products & Services Understand Markets & Customers Deliver Value Through Distribution Manage Customer Information Provide Customer Care Marketing ProcessesThat Can Be Digitized