The Birth of Internet Marketing Communications


What were the first, most critical decisions that locked internet marketing on its current path of development? Steinbock interviewed the early key players and finds that contrary to conventional wisdom, the internet has been a "hard shell" right from the start. His book covers the entire field, from the seminal P&G "crisis" speech up through the present internet era, with Dell and FedEx as the models, and proves that regardless of what may come next, it's crucial to understand what came first. This book is essential reading for marketing, advertising, and the internet decision makers and their academic colleagues.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 2000


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