Essay on Business Online

2143 Words Nov 17th, 2013 9 Pages
Internet is a system of interconnected computer network that use Internet Protocol (IP). It is used to connect the people around the world, which it will make them easy to do their business. After Internet becomes well known in the world, web site starts to be introduced. Web site becomes familiar on that days, it contain not only the information, but also audio, video, graphic. It means that within the Internet people will easy to get the information that they want to know. Within the internet it will impact on how Along with the time it is not only for getting the information, but also can do online shopping through the internet which is known as Electronic Commerce (EC). This technology will change the business environment, means that …show more content…
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Event mailings are a big opportunity to reach your donors. The key point is to think of the event invitation as a marketing piece or advertisement to promote your organization. The invitation is an opportunity to inform your potential donor base about your organization.

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This revenue will provide the information about the product that we want to sell, in which the product itself can be sold though online. The cost that we have to spend on the this type is cheaper that traditional catalog, because it is limitation of the paper, printing, etc

- Advertising provided free of any charge to certain audience and the advertising revenue is sufficient to support the operation of the business and its cost.
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