Examines the fundamental principles of communicating over the Internet to implement organizational objectives. Teaches use of the Internet as a marketing and persuasive medium. Students develop a new media communication campaign that includes traditional and digital media.
- Analyze best practices in digital interactive communication.
- Formulate digital interactive communication campaign objectives.
- Identify and specify stakeholders, audiences, and user communities.
- Analyze strategies for digital interactive communication campaigns.
- Devise media mix plan to fulfill digital interactive campaign objectives.
- Compare the costs and benefits of email, SEO, RSS technologies, widgets, IM, social networks, paid search, and banner ads and other digital interactive elements.
- Create digital interactive communication campaign plans designed to reach target audiences wherever they are on the Web, extending beyond the organizational website.
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