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  • Types Of Direct Mail Advertising Direct Methods
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    Direct-Mail Advertising As consumers, we are often bombarded with different types of advertisements each day. Whether it's by television, newspaper, billboards, or the internet, advertising has reached us one way or another. Yet, a majority of the ads that we encounter are often meaningless and uninteresting, because of the fact that these ads are meant to reach a certain target audience. This perception seems to change, however, when we look inside our mailboxes, pick-up our telephone, and even...
  • People Visit Sites Via Direct Mail
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    Anything that's got my name on it, I open, because you never know what it will be", comments one focus group participant in a recent study of direct mail trends commissioned by the Graphic Arts Marketing Information Service (GAMES) of PIA. In the late 1800's, Richard W. Sears, a railroad clerk in North Redmond, Minnesota, acquired an abandoned case of pocket watches. Using his list of other railroad clerks throughout the Midwest, he marketed his watches with great success. Sears recognized immed...
  • Unsolicited E Mail Traffic On The Internet
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    Internet has become an essential tool for daily tasks. The options people have nowadays are limitless: banking, shopping, booking reservations, chatting, and so on. However, several drawbacks have arisen that are of concern to all of the internet users. Unfortunately, incidents of auction fraud, the sale of illegal items, and criminal trespassing are booming in the e-commerce market. The nature of the Internet and the ease of gaining anonymity on it, has made crime easy and catching criminals mu...
  • E Mail And Other Internet Offerings
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    Internet Inventions Several inventions have changed the way people communicate with each other. From the old fashioned telegraph to today's modern electronic forms of communicating, people have been creating easier ways to correspond. Electronic communication, such as e-mail and other internet offerings, have created a cheap and incredibly fast communications system which is gaining steady popularity. E-mail is basically information, usually in letter form, addressed to a destination on the inte...
  • Development Of The Internet
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    Communication before and after Internet Days, months, and years go by and we do not notice them. Living in such a busy world, we are not always aware of the changes in our lives. Twenty years ago, if someone was told we would be able to buy groceries, pay our bills, buy stocks or even a car through the use of a computer, we might have laughed and blamed too much science fiction television for such wild accusations. However, as the next generation of children grows up, they may find it funny that...
  • Our Use Of The Internet
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    Introduction During the past decade, our society has become based solely on the ability to move large amounts of information across great distances in a very short amount of time and at very low costs. The evolution of the computer era and our growing need for ultra-fast communications has caused a global network of interconnected computers to develop, commonly referred to as the Internet or the world wide web. The Internet has influenced practically everyone's life in some way whether it was do...
  • Core Rules Of Netiquette
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    All cultures and societies have forms of proper etiquette, the conduct or procedure required by good breeding or prescribed by authority to be observed in social or official life. Internet being comprised of global cultures and societies has rules of conduct, more commonly known as netiquette, a word from combining network etiquette, a set of rules for behaving properly online. In the following paragraphs I will attempt to illustrate some general guidelines to proper behavior on the Internet. A ...
  • Online To The Internet System
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    The Internet Beyond Human Control The Internet has started to change the way of the world during this decade. More homes, companies, and schools are getting hooked online with the Internet during the past few years. This change has started to become the new way of life present and future. The Internet system is so advanced it is ahead of our time. This system is becoming predominately used everyday, but every which way it works out this system ends up in a negative way. The Internet System has s...
  • Internet Privacy And Internet Censorship
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    Government Intervention on the Internet During the last decade, our society has become based on the sole ability to move large amounts of information across great distances quickly. Computerization has influenced everyone's life in numerous ways. The natural evolution of computer technology and this need for ultra-fast communications has caused a global network of interconnected computers to develop. This global network allows a person to send E-mail across the world in mere fractions of a secon...
  • Availability Of The Pornographic Material
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    There are more people getting on the Internet and this will increase the probably of more crime. In 1997 there were 12 million users. Last year, 1998 there was 85 to 170 million Internet users, this information varied by the source. And for each of the years the crime rate has gone up. The statistics for 1997 were 12,775 complaints filed that's 35 each day. In 1998 there was 47,000 complaints filed and that was 156 per day. The Number of projected complaint files might be 188,000 or 515 per day....
  • Useful To Business The Internet
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    I selected this topic because today in 21st century, no company, regardless of its size, is immune to competitive market forces, and technological innovations can rapidly destabilize any industry. Industries can be disrupted for a variety of reasons: regulatory shifts, changing consumer tastes, new investment trends. Technological change is among the most common instigators. Like an earthquake, such change can bring major upheaval and shakeouts to an industry, altering the mix of competitors and...
  • Course The Internet
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    Is technology a positive or negative thing in society? Is it useful or is it just a waste of money? These are the questions that are in most people's minds when the topic of technology comes up around the dinner table. Not only has technology developed into developing on a daily basis but it has also become a major tool in our every day routine, but most of us can't seem to find the cons, because we are hypnotized by the pros'. The internet has greatly evolved itself into an item which is being ...

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