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This is an introductory, survey e-Commerce class. It will provide a basic understanding of e-commerce issues for all business majors.
For those of you who choose to major in e-Commerce it will serve as a foundation course for future studies. Topics include Web navigation,
Web design, Web business models, Web marketing and Web analytics.
The class concentrates on current issues and the new Dot-Com boom, referred to by many as Web 2.0 . We will focus on the newest
mechanisms for revenue generation on the Web. Many of these are driven the the phenomenal growth in Search Engine Marketing and
so much of the class discussion will be drawn from the headlines of papers such as the Wall Street Journal. We will also examine numerous
Web sites and a few case studies relevant to the topics.
You will have several topical tests, and you will be required to submit one major paper which will describe in detail an affiliate business
model Web site you would like to create.
There is no textbook per se, for this class, but we will use the Web site Managing the Digital Enterprise and the Wall Street Journal
as our guides to the discussion of the conduct of business on the Internet.

Introduction to e-Commerce Jacksonville State University

    • Business

This is an introductory, survey e-Commerce class. It will provide a basic understanding of e-commerce issues for all business majors.
For those of you who choose to major in e-Commerce it will serve as a foundation course for future studies. Topics include Web navigation,
Web design, Web business models, Web marketing and Web analytics.
The class concentrates on current issues and the new Dot-Com boom, referred to by many as Web 2.0 . We will focus on the newest
mechanisms for revenue generation on the Web. Many of these are driven the the phenomenal growth in Search Engine Marketing and
so much of the class discussion will be drawn from the headlines of papers such as the Wall Street Journal. We will also examine numerous
Web sites and a few case studies relevant to the topics.
You will have several topical tests, and you will be required to submit one major paper which will describe in detail an affiliate business
model Web site you would like to create.
There is no textbook per se, for this class, but we will use the Web site Managing the Digital Enterprise and the Wall Street Journal
as our guides to the discussion of the conduct of business on the Internet.

    • video
    Introduction

    Introduction

    • 11 min
    • video
    Internet History

    Internet History

    • 5 min
    • video
    Web History

    Web History

    • 6 min
    • video
    The Dot Com Bubble

    The Dot Com Bubble

    • 8 min
    • video
    Laws of the Web

    Laws of the Web

    • 7 min
    • video
    Comments on First Test

    Comments on First Test

    • 2 min

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