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Title: The potential scope of the internet's impact on advertising strategy
Authors: Lockett, A
Blackman, ID
Keywords: internet advertising;scale of internet advertising campaign;internet advertising measuring success;scale advantage of internet advertising;internet advertising in 1999;tracking outcome of internet advertising
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Academy of Marketing
Citation: Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Conference. 1999
Abstract: Although many commentators perceive that the potential impact of the Internet on business will be large, to date evidence is not conclusive. The present paper examines the internet's impact on advertising and outlines the potential impact the new media may herald. These include the interactive, measurable and controllable nature of advertising through on the internet. However, although the potential appears great, present levels of advertising spend on the Internet accounts for less than 1% of all advertising. This low level of total spend on the internet is considered to be a result of a combination of different factors including a lack of targeted sites and the problems of measurement standards. However, the potential benefits of building an advertising campaign on the medium are clear, and achievable, if advertising companies are willing to work closely with their key relationship clients.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/3763
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Dept of Computer Science Research Papers

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