Specificities of Online Concept in Comparision with a Classic Concept of Marketing Research
Generation of quality marketing decisions necessarily anticipates existence of a developed system of marketing research. The paper assesses limits of a classic concept of marketing research and stresses specificities of online concepts. The accent is put to a role of information and communications technology and a process and organization of online concepts of marketing research. The paper also analyzes the comparison of these concepts of marketing research and underlines their complementarities and a possibility to eliminate individual limitations of each of the concepts in order to establish an effective process of marketing research with a function to support the process of generation of marketing decisions.
Volume (Year): 42 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1-2 ()
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