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1) CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK 2) REVIEW OF LITERATURE 3) RATIONALE OF THE STUDY 4) OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 5) METHODOLOGY 6) REFERENCES 7) QUESTIONNAIRE
The term was later popularized by Rayport in a 1996 Fast Company article The Virus of Marketing. “Viral marketing and viral advertising are buzzwords referring to marketing techniques that use pre-existing social networks to produce increase in brand awareness or to achieve other marketing objectives (such as product sales) through self-replicating viral processes.” .CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK:Earliest uses of the current term viral marketing is attributed to the Harvard Business School graduate Tim Draper and faculty member Jeffrey Rayport. and Tim Draper and Steve Jurvetson of the venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson in 1997 to describe Hotmail's e-mail practice of appending advertising to outgoing mail from their users. analogous to the spread of viruses or computer viruses.
As long as each infected user shares the idea with more than one susceptible user on average (i. that user becomes "infected" (i. were more likely to be activated for information flow and were also more influential than weak ties between acquaintances. Viral marketing may take the form of video clips.. or text messages. accepts the idea) and shares the idea with others "infecting them. Primarily in social sciences there is a long history of the research on the influence of social networks on innovation and product diffusion. They found that strong ties. such studies have been typically limited to small networks and typically a single product or service." in the viral analogy's terms. adver games. interactive Flash games.. The assumption is that if such an advertisement reaches a "susceptible" user.e. Brown and Reingen [BR87] interviewed the families of students being instructed by three piano teachers. REVIEW OF LITERATURE:Viral marketing can be thought of as a diffusion of information about the product and its adoption over the network.e. For example. images.It can be delivered by word of mouth or enhanced by the network effects of the Internet. the basic reproductive rate is greater than one—the standard in epidemiology for qualifying something as an epidemic). They found that characteristics of the social tie influenced recipients behavior but had different effects at different stages of decision making . in order to find out the network of referrals. brand able software. those between family or friends. Similar observations were also made by DeBruyn and Lilien in [DL04] in the context of electronic referrals. e-books. However. the number of infected users grows according to an exponential curve.
Factors that influence customers’ willingness to actively share the information with others via word of mouth have also been studied. . Frenzen and Nakamoto surveyed a group of people and found that the stronger the moral hazard presented by the information. For the customers linked to a prior customer the adoption rate of was 3–5 times greater than the baseline. Villanueva et al looked at how customer value grew for a web hosting company depending upon whether they were acquired by traditional marketing or word of mouth marketing. geographic Similarity. People tell friends about positive experiences they have with companies every day. Bowman and Narayandas found that self-reported loyal customers were more likely to talk to others about the products when they were dissatisfied. Referrals are three times more likely to buy from you than those exposed to direct advertising. Also. perceptual affinity triggers recipients interest. Yoo & Hanssens looks at The Impact of Marketing-Induced vs Word of Mouth Customer Acquisition on Customer Equity Growth. similar interests and so on. was predictive of the chances of adoption of a new phone service option. Studies have found that 45% of online young shoppers choose ecommerce sites based on word of mouth recommendations. Yang and Allenby showed that the geographically defined network of consumers is more useful than the demographic network for explaining consumer behavior in purchasing Japanese cars. Social networks can be composed by using various information. they found that although customers were quicker to acquire through traditional marketing. the network structure and information characteristics interact when individuals form decisions about transmitting information. Not surprisingly. RATIONALE OF THE STUDY:Comparative study on the preferences of viral marketing and traditional marketing. The study by Villanueva. age. i. specifically whether a potential customer was already “talking to” an existing customer.e. A recent study by Hill et al found that adding network information.process: tie strength facilitates awareness. but interestingly not more likely when they were satisfied. word of mouth marketing acquired customers who were twice as valuable over the longer-term. the stronger the ties must be to foster information propagation. and demographic similarity had a negative influence on each stage of the decision-making process.
Viral marketing has a large growth potential. To study the effectiveness of viral marketing. That is why viral marketing is an important tool: it works.Anova test.Questionnaire Tools of data analysis. Internet has revolutionized the transaction process. Multiple regression equation describes the form: . The study is exploratory in nature as the major emphasis of the study is exploration of ideas and insight. Tool used for data analysis : multiple regression analysis because when there are two or more than two independent variables.Word-of-mouth is often viewed as the most cost efficient and effective. enabling a company website to be well recognized throughout the World Wide Web. The experience survey technique is used. Use of social network sites in marketing and promotion of product. and it works effectively. the analysis concerning relationship known as multiple correlation and the equation describing such relationship as the multiple regression equation. Learn how to make money online. With increasing use of internet among the youth the buying pattern of the young customers is changing rapidly. Changes in the customer preferences from traditional modes of advertising towards viral marketing. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY: Growing popularity of viral marketing. Sample Size-120 Tools of data collection. METHODOLOGY Type of study -120 people was given questionnaires asking them various questions which helped us in calculating the preferences of customers towards viral marketing and traditional marketing.
credibility of learning in networks by Kalyan Chatterjee and Bhaskar Dutta. The review of the theory of viral stealth marketing by C. Swanepoel. . Carnegie university USA) The impact of Social networking sites to facilitate the effectiveness of viral marketing by Lada A. Dynamics of viral marketing by Jure Leskovec (machine learning dpt. Word of mouth advertising.Y=a+b1x1+b2x2 Where x1&x2 are two independent variable: Y being the dependent variable. REFERENCES Research on viral market manuscript by Colin Klinkert. Adamic.
N.B. ______ Dear Sir/Madam.Questionnaire on “Preferences Of Youth Among Viral Marketing And Traditional Marketing” SR. We assure you to that the data given by you will be only used for academic and research purpose and will be kept confidential. . We are the Students of Prestige Institute of Management and Research Indore and we are conducting a survey for doing research regarding the preference of people over using plastic money or paper money in their day to day transaction. Your valuable opinion and co-operation will help us a lot in our research. NO.
how often you write the blogs? 9) To what extent you make use of social networking web-sites for promotional purposes? 10) Did the information you get about a product on various social-networking sites persuade you to buy the product? Yes/no/maybe 11) would you like a company making the use of Blogs to mention in details about the various features associated with the product? Yes/no \12) To what extent you make use of social-media tools in your daily work (a)I don’t need it in my work (b)Regularly (c) As and when need arises . C) Expert 8) Do you write blogs? If yes.1) Name: ________________ 2) Address: _____________ 3) Contact No: _______________ 4) Email ID: _______________ 5) Web-Site (If Any): ___________________ 6) how often you make use of Internet? A) Regularly B) As and when need arises C) May be once in a week 7) what extent of knowledge you have about Social Networking? A) Basic. B) Average.
(d) Magazines. a “2” to the option that is the next most likely. Please rank in order of importance which kinds of emails you are more likely to open. Funny Important Entertaining Helpful Relaxing Exciting þÿ þÿ þÿ þÿ þÿ þÿ 17) Is any other kind of email you particularly you like to receive? …………………………………. (e) Others 15)How frequently do you check your email? (a)Once a month (b) Once a week (c) More than once a week (d) Once everyday (e) More than once everyday 16). (b) Banner. (c) Newspapers.13) To what extent do you share the videos shared by your friends on social networking site? 14) what are the other sources which made you aware about the product? (a)Television. . and so on. Place a“1” next to the option that is the most likely.
etc. I can remember Pepsi –“ Changes the game” Surf Excel –“ Daag achche hain” .) Funny/interesting videos Funny/interesting adverts Games 2 3 .) Chain letters (luck. etc. computer.Is any other kind of email you particularly you like to receive? 18) Please rate how frequently you forward this kind of email on a 1-6 scale where 1 means “Never” and 6 means “Always” 1 Never Jokes (work. advice. gender issues. 4 5 6 Always Corporate messages 19) Have you seen these videos before? McDonald– “I am love in it” Yes No Maybe.
20) In which media have you seen it? In which media have you seen it? Email I received the link by email but I watched it on Youtube or other broadcast site Youtube or any other broadcast site TV adverts TV programs Other (please specify ) þÿ 21) Do you remember the brand before seeing these videos? Yes McDonald– “ I am love in it” Pepsi –“ Changes the game” Surf Excel –“ Daag achche hain” 22) Please rate the degree of liking of these videos according to you on a 1-6 scale where 1 means "I dislike" and 6 means "I like very much" 1 I dislike McDonald–“ I am love in it” Pepsi–“ Changes the game” Surf Excel –“ Daag achche hain” 2 3 4 5 6 I like very much No .
1 Very 2 likely McDonald– “ I am love in it” Pepsi –“ Changes the game” Surf Excel –“ Daag achche hain” 3 4 5 6 Very unlikely 24) Do you prefer more interactive adverts? •Yes • No 25)Are you paying more attention to advertisements on TV (traditional marketing) or through direct marketing methods (internet/mobile etc)? • Traditional methods • Direct Methods • Both 26) Do you feel the internet is replacing traditional marketing such as TV and in newspapers etc. ? • Yes .23) After watching these videos how much likely are people to buy these brands? Please rate these videos on a 1-6 scale where 1 means “very likely” and 6 means “very unlikely”.
• No • Don’t Know 27) Are you a member of a social networking site? • Yes • No 28) Which social networking site are you a member of? • Facebook • Twitter • Myspace • Bebo • Other (please specify) ……………………………………………….. 29) Are the promotions of advertisements on social networking sites of any importance to you? • Yes • No • Don’t Know 30)How many times do you buy a product through internet? • 0-5 times a year • 5-10 times a year • More than 10 times. .
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