Technology Enabled Permission Marketing Practices: Driving Indian Consumers Through Innovation

Trinity Journal of Management, IT & Media (TJMITM)
Year: 2013 (Jan-Dec), Volume: (4), Issue. (1)
First page: (3) Last page: (5)
Online ISSN: A/F
Print ISSN: 2320-6470
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Technology Enabled Permission Marketing Practices: Driving Indian Consumers Through Innovation

Vikas Nath1* and Nimit Gupta2

1Associate Professor, 2Assistant Professor, at Jaipuria Institute of Management, A-32 A, Sector-62 Noida, U.P

Corresponding author email id: vikas.nath@jaipuria.ac.in

Received:
11 -04-2013

Accepted:
02-06-2013

Online Published:
21-07-2013

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ABSTRACT

Consumers around the world are bombarded with too  many options of products which are either new or seems to  be new .Consumers, therefore feel that they are a part of  marketing arena where either the products or schemes  related to them are making life miserable. Permission  Marketing (PM), which emphasise on seeking permission  first and then dissemenation of marketing messages has  become the need of hour. PM practices which are  technology driven either by mobile technology or internet  technology give respite to consumers by allowing  permitted marketing messages. Present study is based on  secondary data which had been collected from various  sources like Book Reviews of book authored by Seth  Godin, Review Reports, Survey Reports of Telecom  Regulaory Authority of India (TRAI) , Marketing White  Book and various other reports.The data available in  various dissertations ,research papers and articles have  been also utilized by the accession of DELNET and  EBESCO. This paper will emphasise on how by using  mobile and inernet technology , Indian consumers can  make a better decision keeping their choice in consideration. This paper is useful for marketing professionals who are in the business of marketing of  various goods and services by highlighting the future  research directions in this bizarre area.

KEYWORDS

Mobile, Internet, Permission Marketing, Technology,  Innovation