Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo / Portale Web di Ateneo


INTERNET MARKETING
INTERNET MARKETING

A.Y. Credits
2019/2020 8
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Marco Cioppi

Assigned to the Degree Course

Foreign languages and intercultural studies (LM-37)
Curriculum: COMUNICAZIONE INTERCULTURALE D'IMPRESA
Date Time Classroom / Location
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Learning Objectives

The first part of this course aims to explore traditional forms of marketing and the new modalities recently emerged thanks to the introduction of the Internet. The second part will be devoted to the analysis of the potentialities technology offers to marketing, and the impact of technology on the creation of integrated marketing plans. Various problems small and medium-sized businesses encounter will be analysed, together with business case studies that show which strategies have proved successful in today’s marketing world, made of virtual and real channels, of communication plans that blend old and new media.

Program

The following topics will be analysed:

-basic principles of enterprise communication

-traditional strategies of enterprise communication

-market segmentation

-online brand positioning

-policies and procedures of Internet marketing

-designing a website and managing its contents

-managing online prices

-managing online channels and the e-commerce

-online communication

-CRM

-how small and medium-sized businesses can use the web

-analysis models of website use by small and medium-sized businesses 

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Students will be prepared to manage all aspects of institutional and non-institutional communication, from strategic choice to the operative phase to results control. They will know how to coordinate consultants, firms, external agencies and research institutes, which work together with the enterprise and how to control and manage various communication strategies and specific professionalisms. Students will also have a basic knowledge of web communication and web marketing policies. They will acquire the methodological tools and the skills needed to develop web projects and to define successfully their implementation in different business contexts.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures, classwork, case studies discussions, group discussions, papers

Course books

Slides and materials provided by the instructor

Marco Cioppi (2011): PMI e nuove tecnologie della comunicazione: applicazioni gestionali ed implicazioni strategiche, Franco Angeli, Milano

Assessment

The expected learning outcomes will be evaluated through a written test (open and closed questions). The time available to answer the questions is 1 hour.

The evaluation criteria are the following: the level of mastery of knowledge, the degree of completeness of the answer, as well as its contextualization within the general program of the course, and the degree of explanatory adequacy. Notably, each of these criteria will be evaluated and based on a scale of assessments. Within this scale, particular weight will be assigned to the level of mastery of knowledge, and the degree of adequacy, completeness, and articulation of the answers. This adopted method is justified by the need to understand the level of learning of both the theoretical basis and reasoning skills of students.

In particular, the attending students must demonstrate to have acquired full knowledge of the concepts (corresponding to 50% of the overall assessment), to have achieved an adequate degree of completeness and articulation of the answers (corresponding to 30% of the overall assessment), to be able to elaborate and provide proper answers by applying the concepts acquired during the analysis and the critical evaluation of case studies and workgroups (corresponding to 20% of the overall assessment).

The vote is expressed in thirtieths.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Course books

Slides and materials provided by the instructor

Marco Cioppi (2011): PMI e nuove tecnologie della comunicazione: applicazioni gestionali ed implicazioni strategiche, Franco Angeli, Milano.

Marketing Non Convenzionale: Virale, guerrilla, tribale ed i 10 punti del Marketing Postmoderno - di Cova, Giordano, Pallera - edizioni IlSole24Ore

Assessment

The expected learning outcomes will be evaluated through a written test (open and closed questions). The time available to answer the questions is 1 hour.

The evaluation criteria are the following: the level of mastery of knowledge, the degree of completeness of the answer, as well as its contextualization within the general program of the course, and the degree of explanatory adequacy. Notably, each of these criteria will be evaluated and based on a scale of assessments. Within this scale, particular weight will be assigned to the level of mastery of knowledge, and the degree of adequacy, completeness, and articulation of the answers. This adopted method is justified by the need to understand the level of learning of both the theoretical basis and reasoning skills of students.

In particular, the attending students must demonstrate to have acquired full knowledge of the concepts (corresponding to 50% of the overall assessment), to have achieved an adequate degree of completeness and articulation of the answers (corresponding to 30% of the overall assessment), to be able to elaborate and provide proper answers by applying the concepts acquired during the analysis and the critical evaluation of case studies and workgroups (corresponding to 20% of the overall assessment).

The vote is expressed in thirtieths.

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