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E-Consumers in the Era of New Tourism: 2016

E-Consumers in the Era of New Tourism: 2016 (Hardback)

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This book focuses on the role of e-consumers and e-marketing in the era of new tourism. It addresses themes such as the tourism "prosumer" at work, the evolution of tourism services, the collaboration and co-creation, as well as the e-complaint behavior of e-consumers in tourism. It also discusses topics such as mobile marketing, gamification as a marketing communication tool, the impact of social media on tourism consumers, and the use of e-loyalty programs in the accommodation sector. Students taking e-marketing and market research courses in tourism can use this work as a source book for the principles of new marketing management. e-Consumers in the Era of New Tourism serves as a helpful resource for practitioners, as well as researchers and students of e-marketing.

BusinessBusiness & managementE-commerce: business aspectsBusinessBusiness & managementSales & marketingBusinessIndustry & industrial studiesService industriesTourism industry Publisher: Springer Verlag, Singapore Publication Date: 21/01/2016 ISBN-13: 9789811000850  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Erkan Sezgin, PhD. received his graduate and PhD degrees from the Tourism Management faculty of Anadolu University. Erkan Sezgin specializes in information communication technology applications concerning tourism, as well as the travel business and airline industry. His research, consisting mainly of journal articles and conference papers, focuses on corporate branding and information technologies, primarily of travel and airline companies. He is currently Associate Professor and Deputy Dean of Tourism in the Faculty at Anadolu University.

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