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95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
95 Theses VERTSOL
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  • 1. VERTSOL: 95 Theses Submitted by: Adrian DM. Malaborbor BS-IS / OOA Submitted to: Sir Paul Pajo
  • 2. Markets are Conversations.
    • Customer Demand
    • Price Conscious
    • Loyalty of the customers
    • Competition
    • Priorities of the firm
    • Understanding and Good relationship with your customer.
  • 3. Markets consist of human beings, not demographic sectors .
    • Customer satisfaction
    • Product choices
    • Needs and Wants
    • Quality / Performance
    • All of the above factor(age distinction)
  • 4. Conversations among human beings sound human. They are conducted in a human voice.
    • Human curiosity
    • Pretender, Truth or Lies
    • Human Awareness
    • Way of communicating / conversation
    • Business matters
    • How to speak very effective
  • 5. Whether delivering information, opinions, perspectives, dissenting arguments or humorous asides, the human voice is typically open, natural, uncontrived .
    • How important it is to speak / voice out
    • Human relationship
    • How powerful a voice
    • Words and meaning
  • 6. People recognize each other as such from the sound of this voice .
    • Good conversation
    • Human approach to business
    • Getting their momentum of interest
    • Convincing power
  • 7. The Internet is enabling conversations among human beings that were simply not possible in the era of mass media.
    • Outstanding innovation in terms of communicating
    • Internet source power
    • Other activities
    • Common types of Online Communicating
      • Chat
      • E-mail
  • 8. Hyperlinks subvert hierarchy.
    • How hyperlinks does things
    • How it threatens the firm
    • Its junk side!
    • Its effective help from users
    • How it breaks rules
  • 9. To be continue. . .

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