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E-Commerce - General & Miscellaneous
Paul Marsden, Paul Chaney
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
The 10 Secrets to Selling on the Worldâs #1 Social Network
Facebook is the perfect tool for reaching out to customers. Now, you need to take the next step and make it pay by selling on Facebook.
The f-Commerce Handbook shows you how. From the co-editors of Social Commerce Today, The f-Commerce Handbook delivers practical guidance, proven strategies, and best practices to profit from Facebook as a direct sales channel.
The f-Commerce Handbook reveals ten smart but simple secrets for running profitable sales events on Facebook, all designed and proven to build your business and monetize your efforts.
- Capitalize on impulse purchasing
- Get customers emotionally involved with your product
- Use social media as an 'experience delivery mechanism'
- Create powerful social incentives
- Make customers feel indebted to buy from you
Facebook is the selling tool of the future. Start building your f-commerce strategy now, and start making Facebook pay today by turning 'Likes' into 'Buys.'
Cyber Commerce Reframing
Business Mathematics, Management, Information Technology, Information Management, Business & Economics -> Business Mathematics -> Business Mathematics, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Information Technology, Business & Economics -> MIS -> Management Information Systems, SC523000, SC515000, SCI18040, SC522000, 4463, 3248, 3206, 3205, SUCO41169, 3121
Uwe G. Seebacher
Publisher: Springer Nature
The goal of this book is to create awareness for a change in mind-set that we will all have to face and go through. The necessity for this new mind set is being driven by the situation that a completely new business world, a new reality, is being created at the point where the phenomenon commonly referred to as the "new economy" converges with the well-known old economy. During the very late 1990s, this new reality was being driven by an almost incredible increase in yields in the financial markets, where conventional but value-driven and stable stocks such as Philip Morris, General Electric, or Bayer, did not attract as many investors as before - if we can call some of them investors at all. Companies in the high-tech or the new market segments are all part of the new economy. This new economy has created new business ideas, business models, and a new reality, in which chief executive officers (CEOs) were in the mid twenties and had basically no clue as to what real business is and how much a dollar counts. Now, as this convergence is happening, the painful reality and the business rules of the old economy get us back down to earth. The CEOs become more senior, business plans are validated more carefully, and just having the famous ". com" in your company name does not get you any further or lead you to any of required money.
Textbook of Commerce
Maintaining the Momentum of Beijing The Contribution of African Gender NGOs
General, Social Sciences -> History -> General, SCEB014010, SCHU0177, SCEB0105
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
First published in 1907, this substantial volume emerged as guidance to those involved in international trade at the time of the British Empire, with a focus on seafaring commerce and its hazards. Its dedication to Herbert H. Asquith and support from the International Law Association suggest it was an authoritative text. The author aims to provide a full exposition of the rules of International Law which governed the commercial relations of the subjects of neutral and belligerent nations. Produced with lawyers, shipowners, shippers and public servants in mind, it covers issues including contraband, blockades, capture and rescue.
Team Performance Assessment and Measurement Theory, Methods, and Applications
Communications, Science & Technology, General, General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Law -> Law, SCLW45, SCLW48
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This book includes detailed coverage of intellectual property, contract, encryption and liability issues, including allocation of domain names, use of metatags and other forms of search engine optimization, digital signatures and the position of ISPs and other intermediaries. There are case studies on electronic conveyancing and e-taxation. Though the book is written from a UK perspective, comparative material is included from other jurisdictions, including America and Singapore in particular.
Éthique Et Commerce
Publisher: Editions L'harmattan
Responsabilité Sociale Des Entreprises, Labels Environnementaux, Chartes éthiques, Commerce équitable, Entreprise Citoyenne. Le Capitalisme Se Serait Converti à L'éthique. Cette Prétendue Moralisation Du Capitalisme N'est-elle Qu'une Façade Ou Bien Une Prise En Compte Honnête Et Sincère Des Attentes Des Citoyens, Des Salariés Et Des Consommateurs ? Est-il Concevable Que L'entreprise Soit éthique Ou Bien S'agit-il D'une Contradiction Intrinsèque Au Capitalisme ? Cette Nouvelle Gouvernance De L'entreprise Ne Désengage-t-elle Pas L'État De Ses Responsabilités Sociales Et économiques ?
eBay Commerce Cookbook
Electronic Commerce, Buyer's Guides, General, COM064000, cs.cmp_sc.app_sw, cs.erth_sc.gegrp.hum_geo, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> General Interest, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Internet & WWW
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Commerce of Taste
Religious, General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Architecture -> Building Design & Technology, Social Sciences -> History -> Canadian History
Publisher: ACP - McGill Queen's University Press
In the late-nineteenth century the circulation of pattern books featuring medieval church architecture in England facilitated an unprecedented spread of Gothic revival churches in Canada. Engaging several themes around the spread of print culture, religion, and settlement, A Commerce of Taste details the business of church building. Drawing upon formal architectural analysis and cultural theory, Barry Magrill shows how pattern books offer a unique way of studying the relationships between taste, ideology, privilege, social change, and economics. Taste was a concept used to legitimize British - and to an extent Anglican - privilege, while other denominations resisted their aesthetic edicts. Pattern books eventually lost control of the exclusivity associated with taste as advances in printing technology and transatlantic shipping brought more books into the marketplace and readerships expanded beyond the professional classes. By the early twentieth century taste had become diluted, the architect had lost his heroic status, and architectural distinctions among denominations were less apparent. Drawing together the history of church building and the broader patterns of Canadian social and historical development, A Commerce of Taste presents an alternative perspective on the spread of religious monuments in Canada by looking squarely at pattern books as sources of social conflict around the issue of taste.
Commerce as Politics The Two Centuries of Struggle for Basotho Economic Independence
General, Economic Development, General, Economic Conditions, Business & Economics -> Business -> Business Studies, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Economic Development, Social Sciences -> History -> African History, cs.soc_sci.poli_sci.polit_ecn
Sean M. Maliehe
Publisher: Berghahn Books
This is the first comprehensive economic history of the Basotho people of Southern Africa (in colonial Basutoland, then Lesotho) and spans from the 1820s to the present day. The book documents what the Basotho have done on their own account, focusing on their systematic exclusion from trade and their political efforts to insert themselves into their country's commerce. Although the colonial and post-colonial periods were unfavourable to the Basotho, they have, before and after colonial rule, launched impressive commercial initiatives of their own, which bring hope for greater development and freedom in their struggle for economic independence.
Band 76 2007 International Bibliography of Historical Sciences
Entrepreneurship, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship
Butler, John E.
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Mission Statement: Research in Management and Entrepreneurship is a thematic book series where each volume will focus on a single major issues in entrepreneurship. Volumes will not be published on any specific time table, but will be published when sufficient research interests exits to justify one. This series will focus on a specific emerging issue or on ones that could benefit from a consolidated, single source treatment. Thus, Research in Management and Entrepreneurship will be a comprehensive first source for academics, doctoral students and practitioners seeking information on selected topics. The papers in Research in Management and Entrepreneurship will be written by leading researchers and present the latest empirical and theoretical work on the topic selected. Contributions will cover a variety of perspectives from the various business disciplines as well as from allied fields such as economics, sociology and psychology. The volumes will be international in their coverage and the research presented will be balanced between developing and developed economies, where appropriate. The volumes will also have broader appeal that do academic journals because the literature can be fully reviewed and theoretical links more fully discussed.
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Le commerce international Théories et pratiques actuelles
Publisher: Editions L'Harmattan
Ce livre présente l'état des débats entre économistes, les conséquences des politiques économiques ou de leur absence, les faiblesses de la gouvernance d'un monde de plus en plus intégré. Il montre comment des pays ont réussi leur développement, comment d'autres sont piégés par l'exportation de matières premières ou par l'importation de produits technologiques. Même perfectible, l'OMC peut être un modèle pour la coopération internationale et la gouvernance globale.
Ancient Maya Commerce
Archaeology, Mayas, antiquities, Excavations (archaeology), Mexico, antiquities
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
Nearly Two Decades Of Research At Chunchucmil, Yucatan, Mexico Documented A Thriving City Of 40,000 People Without The Powerful Kings And Massive Temples Seen At Other Maya Centers. What Brought People To This Area, The Driest In The Maya World, And How Did They Survive? Ancient Maya Commerce Provides A Pioneering Study In Economic Anthropology, Making The Strongest Case Yet That Ancient Maya Economies Were Quite Complex, Containing Markets In Addition To Other Forms Of Exchange. Multiple Lines Of Evidence Including Household Archaeology, Regional Survey, Paleo-ecology And Soil Chemistry Show That Chunchucmil Was A Major Center For Both Short And Long Distance Trade, Integrating The Guatemalan Highlands, The Gulf Of Mexico And The Interior Of The Northern Maya Lowlands. By Placing Chunchucmil Into The Broader Context Of Emerging Research At Other Maya Cities, This Book Helps Reorient Our Understanding Of Ancient Maya Economies, Foregrounding The Increasingly Important Role Of Commerce
Commerce And Industry...
Joseph Russell Smith
Publisher: Nabu Press
Commerce Today 3ed
W G Skinner
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Educational Division
Commerce For Nigeria
Sunmi Adebo Lawal
Commerce And Finance
Orville Marcellus Powers
Publisher: Nabu Press
Commerce Around Us
Publisher: Longman Schools Division (a Pearson Education Company)