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Title: Going with the consumer towards the social Web environment : a review of extant knowledge
Authors: Rodríguez-Ardura, Inma
Martínez-López, Francisco J.
Luna, Paula
Other: Observatory of the New Economy. ONE
Keywords: Consumer behaviour
Social web
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Inderscience
Type: Article
Citation: Rodríguez, I.; Martínez, F. J.; Luna, P. (2010). "Going with the consumer towards the social Web environment: a review of extant knowledge". International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 415-440. ISSN (edició en línia): 1741-1033, ISSN (edició impresa): 1741-1025.
Abstract: The social Web environment cannot be explained without taking into account the use made by consumers of the web technologies in the field of e-commerce. Starting with a systematic background of the growing body of research on marketing and consumer behaviour on the Web; this article presents a critical review of the main contributions on this theme, integrating also the research field of consumer behaviour in the social Web environment. It concludes with some managerial guidelines for successful use of the social Web in the commercial activities and in the establishment of fruitful relationships between the consumers and the brand.
Language: eng
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