Your Questions About Internet Marketing Strategies

William asks…

What Is Internet Consulting?

Is it some thing like aligning business strategy with internet usage strategy – something which many sites claim ( Ihad gone through one called mag-corp dot com and find some thing like this mentioned there)
If the answer is yes — what woud be an appropriate approach to moving forward?

barry0912 answers:

Internet consulting is a broad term that is applied to the task of evaluating and developing strategies for businesses that wish to function on the Internet. The consulting may take the form of developing a retail interface and marketing strategy that functions in conjunction with a business with brick and mortar stores. Internet consulting may include the creation of a process to market business online.

Consultants may also assist in the creation of online sales tools that are used to support the efforts of agents or remote salespeople. Internet consulting may also apply to the selection of hardware and software components to assist a client in creating a general infrastructure that allows employees to access in house information, such as departmental newsletters or other communications.

In all its forms, Internet consulting is about analyzing the current status of the client’s online presence and assess what needs to be added, adapted, or replaced in order to help the client reach his or her goals for a web presence. The consultant normally begins the process by becoming acquainted with what the company produces in the way of goods and services. Assessing the current status of the customer’s online presence usually follows in short order.

David asks…

What are film marketing strategies?

As Media work

barry0912 answers:

Here are the film marketing strategies.

1) The Internet (online marketing) makes it easy for you to promote your film even if you don’t know what you’re doing

2) YouTube (online marketing) is a social networking website that makes it easy to get promotion for the videos that you have. You want to start with YouTube because of the massive amount of traffic that this website receives.

3) Direct mail (offline marketing). You can purchase a mailing list from the SRDS (available at your local library) and find a list of targeted prospects who would be a great fit for your movie.

4) Word of mouth (offline marketing).

5) Paid advertising (online or offline marketing).

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