Interactive Marketing (MKT 662)

The course “Interactive Marketing” provides strategy concepts, analytical frameworks, and hands-on tools for participants to develop and execute interactive, direct and digital marketing strategies. Specifically, we discuss various foundations of interactive marketing such as customer database analysis or customer relationship management, as well as rules, tactics and strategies associated with interactive and digital media, including digital sales channels and revenue models as well as digital pricing.

 

The lectures on "Interactive Marketing" cover the following topics:

  1. Basic Principles of Interactive, Direct and Digital Marketing

  2. Database Marketing

    1. Scope of marketing analysis
    2. Data, data sources
    3. Customer database
    4. Sources of customer information

  3. Direct Marketing Strategies

    1. Creating direct marketing strategies
    2. Segmentation applications for direct marketing
    3. Analytical techniques for direct marketing
    4. Direct marketing strategies and big data
    5. Database targeting models and price discrimination

  4. Relationship Marketing and Customer Relationship Management

    1. Customer relationship management from a business strategy perspective
    2. Customer value management
    3. Customer lifetime value (CLV)
    4. Customer equity

  5. Digital Sales Channels and Revenue Models

    1. Business and revenue models in the digital age
    2. Digital Sales Channels and their Distinctive features
    3. Online marketplace analysis
    4. Online versus offline competition

  6. Multichannel Marketing

    1. Multichannel / omnichannel retailing
    2. Consumer behavior in a multichannel, multimedia retailing environment
    3. Implementing multichannel customer management
    4. Multichannel marketing communications

  7. Pricing of Digital Products and Information Goods

    1. Price discrimination of digital products and information goods
    2. Versioning of digital products and information goods (economics of versioning)
    3. Bundling of digital products and information goods
    4. Conditioning prices on purchase history


This course will be offered always in the spring term. Further information about this course and documents to all exercises are available on the e-learning platform ILIAS (https://ilias.uni-mannheim.de).

 

Further information:
Course Code:MKT 662
Term:Spring
Hours/Week:4
Exercises:Yes
ECTS Credits:6
Lecturer:Prof. Dr. Florian Stahl
Teaching Assistants:Daniela Schmitt and Veronica Valli
Assesment:Written Exam (100%)
Language:English
Timetable:Lectures: Wednesday (8.30 - 10.00am), Room: SN 163
Exercises: Thursday (3.30 - 5.00pm), Room: SN 163 (First exercise on March 3rd, 2016)
Registration:No registration required!
Range of application:Mannheim Master in Management,
Mannheim Master in Business Research (MMBR),
M.A. Culture and Economy / Business,
M.Sc. Business Education,
M.Sc. Business Informatics,
M.Sc. Business Mathematics,
M.Sc. Economics,
Diplom Business Administration.

 

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