Transcript of "Alternative Methods Of Communication To Consumer"
ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF CONSUMER COMMUNICATION<br />RITU<br />M-COM(E-COM)<br />
INTRODUTION<br />How do we keep internet communication simple?<br />Consumer find them selves with the wide array of communication option:-<br />E-mail<br />Instant messaging<br />Blogs<br />RSS<br />BSS<br />
E-MAIL <br /><ul><li>Electronic mail , or e-mail ,is the most frequently used service on the Internet.
You can send the message to several people at the same time.
You can save time. E-mail is fast, usually</li></ul> taking no more than a few minutes to be<br /> received.<br /><ul><li>You can e-mail electronic documents and the recipients can then edit and return revised versions.</li></li></ul><li> How Email works on the Internet<br />Like a postal address, an e-mail<br />address specifies the destination of<br />an electronic message.<br />An Internet e-mail address looks like<br />this: user name@domainname<br />The user name is a unique name<br />that identifies the recipient.<br />The domain name is the address.<br />Many people can share the same<br />domain name<br />
How Email works on the Internet<br /> E-mailis sent and received through electronic "post offices" known as mail servers.<br />To read your e-mail, you must retrieve it from the<br />mail server.<br /> Once you enter the address of the recipient,<br />compose your message, and click Send, your e-mail<br />software handles the delivery<br />
INSTANT MESSAGING<br /><ul><li>Main purpose: one-on-one, real-time messaging over the Internet
Ancillary functions: File transfers, chat rooms, voice over IP
IM equivalent of an email address is your screen name (or buddy name)
Typically accomplished through a small, free program you download and install on your computer
There are also web-based versions, notably AIM Express, that can be used through a browser with no additional software </li></li></ul><li>How are messages sent?<br />Manually typing in another user’s screen name <br />Clicking a name on your buddy list .<br /><ul><li> Different kinds of IM </li></ul>IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is granddaddy of IM—introduced in 1988 <br /> AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) is, by far, the most widely used IM service <br /> Yahoo and MSN also offer messaging services (and will soon be interoperable) <br /> Google Talk is new player (and Google recently integrated it into gmail) <br />
BLOGS<br />A blog (a contraction of the term weblog) is a website, usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order. <br />"Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.<br />
BLOGS<br />A blog is a web site that often provides commentary or news on a particular subject,such as food ,politics, or local news ; some function as more personal online diaries.<br />A Blog is a web site that allows an author to publish instantly from any Internet connection. A blog can be interactive ,allowing teacher and student to being conversation or add information published there.<br />
RSS<br />Really Simple Syndication ,or Rich Site Summary.<br />Rss is the latest messaging media and shows genuine promise as a mean to communication .<br />Rss files are designed to provide content summaries of news or information.<br /> Defined as “RSS is an XML-based format for syndicated content.” <br /> - source IBM .<br />
The biggest benefit to RSS is that it does not have the spam issues inherent to e-mail ,users opt-in to the RSS feeds that interest them. <br />
BBS<br />BULLETIN BOARD SYSTEM<br />A bulletin board system (BBS) is a computer or an application dedicated to the sharing or exchange of messages or other files on a network, the BBS was used to post simple messages between users. <br />
A BBS may be accessible from a dial-up modem, Telnet, or the Internet. Because it originated before the graphical user interface (GUI) became prevalent, the BBS interface was text-based. Although recent Web-based versions have a graphical, interactive user interface, the text-only interface preferred by BBS purists can often be accessed by Telnet. <br />