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Chats On Household Curios
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Chats On Household Curios

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 07.05.2017
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Chats On Household Curios
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Chats On Household Curios

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Chats On Household Curios
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Chats On Household Curios

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 18.02.2017
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Chats On Household Curios
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Chats On Household Curios

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 18.02.2017
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Chats on Household Curios: Fred. W. (Frederick William) Burgess

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: 27.06.2017
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Chat´´ Magazine
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A collection of thousands of handy household hints and tips hot of the pages of the popular ´´Chat´´ magazine. Tried and tested by ordinary members of the public, they include how to test for gone off eggs, how to get your kids to eat vegetables and how to remove stubborn stains from your clothes.

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Stand: 07.05.2017
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Chat´´ Magazine
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A collection of thousands of handy household hints and tips hot of the pages of the popular ´´Chat´´ magazine. Tried and tested by ordinary members of the public, they include how to test for gone off eggs, how to get your kids to eat vegetables and how to remove stubborn stains from your clothes.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 11.04.2017
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A Study on the Usage of Internet by Working Wom...
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The internet is a system of enormous technical and social complexity. It comprises a gigantic but almost invisible universe that includes thousands of networks, millions of computers, and billions of users around the world. The internet has widened its reach among people by taking them away from just using it for emails and chat rooms to giving them more alternative media tools to use from. It has given power to the masses to speak about their rights, share their views on particular topics or events, and showcase their abilities to the world. It also provides an opportunity to learn an endless amount of different things, viz. different languages, cuisines, arts, crafts, and much more. The internet can be whatever we make of it. We can shape and form it. But most importantly, we can use it to connect people, communities, and countries around the world. In 2014, India was the third-largest online market with more than 198 million internet users, ranked only behind China and the United States and declaring itself as a market not to be ignored on the global stage. Furthermore, men dominated internet usage with 61 percent, while only 39 percent of women used it. The average daily online usage in India amounted 5.1 hours. There are 345 million users in India, counted in January 2016. With the growing needs of humans, it has become a challenge for women to fulfill all their responsibilities and to perform all their roles at the same time. Therefore, their dependency on family members, helpers/maids, friends, neighbors, and the media has increased. Media here includes print (i.e. newspaper, magazine, tabloids), electronic (i.e. television, radio), and new media (i.e. internet and mobile technology). This study evaluates how the internet can help working women to perform their household responsibilities. Ms. Naina Khuraniya has completed her Masters degree (M.Sc.) from the Department of Extension and Communication, Faculty of Family and Community Sciences, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. She is a recipient of the Smt. Jassumati J. Nagrecha Gold medal for excellence in B.Sc. (F.C.Sc.) (Extension and Communication) in 2015. She has been very active in sports and has also represented at National Level in Karate. She has attended 8 national conferences. She has also presented a paper in National Conference on Discipline with Dignity and Child Rights organized by UNICEF.

Anbieter: ciando eBooks
Stand: 05.09.2016
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The Internet as a Device for Market Research
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,3, AKAD University of Applied Sciences Pinneberg, course: Market Research, language: English, abstract: Companies constantly have to make decisions about the products and services they offer. In order to create successful products and services, it is necessary to know how consumers can become customers. Therefore it is essential for a company to under- stand who their (potential) customers as well as (potential) competitors are. Accord- ing to Kotler/Keller, it is ´´the job of marketing researchers to produce insight into the customer´s attitude and buying behavior´´. Over the last years, the Internet has been a fast developing technology. Especially services like email or chat-rooms are used in everyday life by millions of people.2 The usage of the Internet has spread very fast through nearly the whole society. It is estimated that today nearly 67% of U.S. households have access to the Internet. Kotler/Keller state that online research ´´[...] was estimated to make up 33 % of all survey-based research in 2006, and Internet-based questionnaires also accounted for nearly one-third of U.S. spending in market research surveys in the same year´´. This raises the question whether the Internet is a suitable device for market research. This paper will discuss the use of the Internet for conducting market research on sales markets. First, the concept of market research, as well as what is understood by the term ´Internet´, will be defined. Thereafter it will be discussed whether and how the Internet can be of assistance to market research.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 01.04.2017
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The Internet as a Device for Market Research
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,3, AKAD University of Applied Sciences Pinneberg, course: Market Research, language: English, abstract: Companies constantly have to make decisions about the products and services they offer. In order to create successful products and services, it is necessary to know how consumers can become customers. Therefore it is essential for a company to under- stand who their (potential) customers as well as (potential) competitors are. Accord- ing to Kotler/Keller, it is ´´the job of marketing researchers to produce insight into the customer´s attitude and buying behavior´´. Over the last years, the Internet has been a fast developing technology. Especially services like email or chat-rooms are used in everyday life by millions of people.2 The usage of the Internet has spread very fast through nearly the whole society. It is estimated that today nearly 67% of U.S. households have access to the Internet. Kotler/Keller state that online research ´´[...] was estimated to make up 33 % of all survey-based research in 2006, and Internet-based questionnaires also accounted for nearly one-third of U.S. spending in market research surveys in the same year´´. This raises the question whether the Internet is a suitable device for market research. This paper will discuss the use of the Internet for conducting market research on sales markets. First, the concept of market research, as well as what is understood by the term ´Internet´, will be defined. Thereafter it will be discussed whether and how the Internet can be of assistance to market research.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 03.03.2017
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