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Web Sites As Digital Marketing Tools

    Web Sites As Marketing Tools

    Web sites are very flexible, allowing organizations to build the kinds of features and capabilities they need to conduct business effectively. Common marketing objectives and Web-site functions include the following:

    • Providing general information about an organization such as the value proposition, products and services, and contact information
    • Expressing the brand of an organization through design, look and feel, personality, and voice
    • Demonstrating products, services, and expertise, including the customer experience, features, benefits, and value they provide
    • Proof points about the value a company offers, using evidence in the form of case studies, product reviews, testimonials, return on investment data, etc.
    • Lead generation, capturing information about Web-site visitors to use in ongoing sales and marketing activity
    • Communities and forums for target audiences to share information and ask/answer questions
    • Publishing value-adding content and tools for informational or entertainment purposes to bring people in and draw them back to the Web site
    • Communication about company news, views, culture, developments, and vision through an electronic newsroom or a company blog, for example
    • Shopping, providing tools for customers to research, find, and select products or services in the digital environment
    • Recommendations that direct customers to information, products, services, and companies that meet their interests and needs
    • Sales, the ability to conduct sales and transact business online
    • Capturing customer feedback about the organization, its products, services, content, and the Web-site experience itself
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