Review on Technological Innovation Enhances the Marketing Strategy

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Mohammad Ajman Hossain Wael M.S. Yafooz

Abstract

Marketing with innovative technology is of specific significance at this moment. Marketing, methodology, plans of action, development is essential both from a hypothetical and administrative perspective. The Internet has reformed the marketing strategy, interfacing potential clients to organizations in a path at no other time conceivable. Information and Communication Technologies transformed into a step by step requirement for everybody at this moment. Internet Marketing gives extensive, functional direction on how organizations can get the most out of the web to meet their promoting objectives. The business now relies on upon front line organizations, for example, Amazon, eBay, YouTube, Facebook etc. A change of marketing is in progress as we invest more time in our smartphones, tablets and portable PCs to various price comparison sites, web search tools, and many social networking sites. The test for brands is to interface with clients through every one of these gadgets continuously and make battles that work crosswise over web-based social networking and internet business. The real-time websites and portable applications have changed the way of marketing. The cutting-edge marketing division needs to join the imaginative side of the teach – utilizing effective accounts to take advantage of individuals' desires and yearnings – with the specialized side of information and analytics. This topic will clarify new technological and innovative methods for communicating to the clients and furthermore help individuals to comprehend advanced marketing in this present reality.

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HOSSAIN, Mohammad Ajman; YAFOOZ, Wael M.S.. Review on Technological Innovation Enhances the Marketing Strategy. International Journal of Contemporary Computer Research, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 33-39, aug. 2017. Available at: <http://ojs.mediu.edu.my/index.php/IJCCR/article/view/694>. Date accessed: 23 oct. 2017.
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Internet of Things