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Published on April 27, 2008

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how to sell successfully on a portal or website
Our Company- www.healthcursor.com
HealthCursor Consulting is launched in direct response to growing demand from clients in the region for mHealth consulting services, and is a natural complement to the Founder's expertise in Healthcare IT business management and financial services.

In healthcare, the pressing need to innovate to deliver more efficient, cost-effective care whilst improving patient outcomes demands new thinking and methods to significantly bolster the chances of success

Selling On Web!

Selling on the Web : Revenue Models and Building a Web Presence   Electronic Commerce Revenue models How some companies move from one revenue model to another to achieve success Revenue strategy issues that companies face when selling on the Web

Revenue models

How some companies move from one revenue model to another to achieve success

Revenue strategy issues that companies face when selling on the Web

Objectives Creating an effective business presence on the Web Web site usability Communicating effectively with customers on the Web

Creating an effective business presence on the Web

Web site usability

Communicating effectively with customers on the Web

Advertising-Supported Revenue Models   Broadcasters provide free programming to an audience along with advertising messages Success of Web advertising is hampered by No consensus on how to measure and charge for site visitor views Stickiness of a Web site: the ability to keep visitors and attract repeat visitors Very few Web sites have sufficient visitors to interest large advertisers

Broadcasters provide free programming to an audience along with advertising messages

Success of Web advertising is hampered by

No consensus on how to measure and charge for site visitor views

Stickiness of a Web site: the ability to keep visitors and attract repeat visitors

Very few Web sites have sufficient visitors to interest large advertisers

Web Portals   Web directory A listing of hyperlinks to Web pages Portal or Web portal Site used as a launching point to enter the Web Almost always includes a Web directory and search engine Examples: Yahoo!, AOL, AltaVista

Web directory

A listing of hyperlinks to Web pages

Portal or Web portal

Site used as a launching point to enter the Web

Almost always includes a Web directory and search engine

Examples: Yahoo!, AOL, AltaVista

Advertising-Subscription Mixed Revenue Models   Subscribers Pay a fee and accept some level of advertising Typically are subjected to much less advertising

Subscribers

Pay a fee and accept some level of advertising

Typically are subjected to much less advertising

Achieving Web Presence Goals   Objectives of the business Attracting visitors to the Web site Making the site interesting enough that visitors stay and explore Convincing visitors to follow the site’s links to obtain information

Objectives of the business

Attracting visitors to the Web site

Making the site interesting enough that visitors stay and explore

Convincing visitors to follow the site’s links to obtain information

Achieving Web Presence Goals (continued) Objectives of the business Creating an impression consistent with the organization’s desired image Building a trusting relationship with visitors Reinforcing positive images that the visitor might already have about the organization  Encouraging visitors to return to the site

Objectives of the business

Creating an impression consistent with the organization’s desired image

Building a trusting relationship with visitors

Reinforcing positive images that the visitor might already have about the organization 

Encouraging visitors to return to the site

Web Site Usability   Motivations of Web site visitors Learning about products or services that the company offers Buying products or services that the company offers Obtaining information about warranty, service, or repair policies for products they purchased Obtaining general information about the company or organization  

Motivations of Web site visitors

Learning about products or services that the company offers

Buying products or services that the company offers

Obtaining information about warranty, service, or repair policies for products they purchased

Obtaining general information about the company or organization

 

Continued… Obtaining financial information for making an investment or credit granting decision Identifying the people who manage the company or organization Obtaining contact information for a person or department in the organization

Obtaining financial information for making an investment or credit granting decision

Identifying the people who manage the company or organization

Obtaining contact information for a person or department in the organization

Making Web Sites Accessible One of the best ways to accommodate a broad range of visitor needs is to build flexibility into the Web site’s interface Good site design lets visitors choose among information attributes Web sites can offer visitors multiple information formats by including links to files in those formats

One of the best ways to accommodate a broad range of visitor needs is to build flexibility into the Web site’s interface

Good site design lets visitors choose among information attributes

Web sites can offer visitors multiple information formats by including links to files in those formats

Goals that should be met when constructing Web sites Offer easily accessible facts about the organization Allow visitors to experience the site in different ways and at different levels Sustain visitor attention and encourage return visits Offer easily accessible information   

Offer easily accessible facts about the organization

Allow visitors to experience the site in different ways and at different levels

Sustain visitor attention and encourage return visits

Offer easily accessible information 

 

Trust and Loyalty   A 5 percent increase in customer loyalty can yield profit increases between 25% and 80% Repetition of satisfactory service can build customer loyalty Customer service is a problem for many electronic commerce sites

A 5 percent increase in customer loyalty can yield profit increases between 25% and 80%

Repetition of satisfactory service can build customer loyalty

Customer service is a problem for many electronic commerce sites

Usability Testing   Companies that have done usability tests Conduct focus groups Watch how different customers navigate through a series of Web site test designs Cost of usability testing is low compared to the total cost of a Web site design or overhaul

Companies that have done usability tests

Conduct focus groups

Watch how different customers navigate through a series of Web site test designs

Cost of usability testing is low compared to the total cost of a Web site design or overhaul

Customer-Centric Web Site Design   Putting the customer at the center of all site designs Guidelines Design the site around how visitors will navigate the links Allow visitors to access information quickly Avoid using inflated marketing statements

Putting the customer at the center of all site designs

Guidelines

Design the site around how visitors will navigate the links

Allow visitors to access information quickly

Avoid using inflated marketing statements

Guidelines Avoid using business jargon and terms that visitors might not understand Be consistent in use of design features and colours Make sure navigation controls are clearly labelled Test text visibility on smaller monitors Conduct usability tests

Avoid using business jargon and terms that visitors might not understand

Be consistent in use of design features and colours

Make sure navigation controls are clearly labelled

Test text visibility on smaller monitors

Conduct usability tests

Connecting With Customers   Personal contact model Firm’s employees individually search for, qualify, and contact potential customers Prospecting Personal contact approach to identifying and reaching customers Mass media approach Firms prepare advertising and promotional materials about the firm and its products 

Personal contact model

Firm’s employees individually search for, qualify, and contact potential customers

Prospecting

Personal contact approach to identifying and reaching customers

Mass media approach

Firms prepare advertising and promotional materials about the firm and its products 

Addressable Media Advertising efforts directed to a known addressee Also called mass media One-to-many communication model Communication flows from one advertiser to many potential buyers One-to-one communication model Both buyer and seller participate in information exchange

Advertising efforts directed to a known addressee

Also called mass media

One-to-many communication model

Communication flows from one advertiser to many potential buyers

One-to-one communication model

Both buyer and seller participate in information exchange

Models used to generate revenue on the Web Web catalog Digital content sales Advertising-supported Advertising-subscription mixed Fee-for-transaction and fee-for-service  Companies undertaking electronic commerce initiatives sometimes Form strategic alliances  Contract with channel distribution managers

Web catalog

Digital content sales

Advertising-supported

Advertising-subscription mixed

Fee-for-transaction and fee-for-service 

Companies undertaking electronic commerce initiatives sometimes

Form strategic alliances 

Contract with channel distribution managers

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