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Alternative Methods Of Communication To Consumer

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  • 1. ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF CONSUMER COMMUNICATION
    RITU
    M-COM(E-COM)
  • 2. INTRODUTION
    How do we keep internet communication simple?
    Consumer find them selves with the wide array of communication option:-
    E-mail
    Instant messaging
    Blogs
    RSS
    BSS
  • 3. E-MAIL
    • Electronic mail , or e-mail ,is the most frequently used service on the Internet.
    • 4. You can send a message any time , any where.
    • 5. You can send the message to several people at the same time.
    • 6. You can save time. E-mail is fast, usually
    taking no more than a few minutes to be
    received.
    • You can e-mail electronic documents and the recipients can then edit and return revised versions.
  • How Email works on the Internet
    Like a postal address, an e-mail
    address specifies the destination of
    an electronic message.
    An Internet e-mail address looks like
    this: user name@domainname
    The user name is a unique name
    that identifies the recipient.
    The domain name is the address.
    Many people can share the same
    domain name
  • 7. How Email works on the Internet
    E-mailis sent and received through electronic "post offices" known as mail servers.
    To read your e-mail, you must retrieve it from the
    mail server.
    Once you enter the address of the recipient,
    compose your message, and click Send, your e-mail
    software handles the delivery
  • 8. E-mail
  • 9.
  • 10. INSTANT MESSAGING
    • Main purpose: one-on-one, real-time messaging over the Internet
    • 11. Ancillary functions: File transfers, chat rooms, voice over IP
    • 12. IM equivalent of an email address is your screen name (or buddy name)
    • 13. Typically accomplished through a small, free program you download and install on your computer
    • 14. There are also web-based versions, notably AIM Express, that can be used through a browser with no additional software
  • How are messages sent?
    Manually typing in another user’s screen name
    Clicking a name on your buddy list .
    • Different kinds of IM  
    IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is granddaddy of IM—introduced in 1988
     AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) is, by far, the most widely used IM service
     Yahoo and MSN also offer messaging services (and will soon be interoperable)
     Google Talk is new player (and Google recently integrated it into gmail)
  • 15. INSTANT MESSAGING
  • 16. BLOGS
    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.
    "Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.
  • 17. BLOGS
    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.
    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.
  • 18. SAMPLE BLOGS
    EXAMPLES;
    -http://www.radioactive-banana.com/blog
    -http://www.drivingsecrets.com/blog/
    -http://www.starbucksgossip.com
  • 19. BLOGS
  • 20. RSS
    Really Simple Syndication ,or Rich Site Summary.
    Rss is the latest messaging media and shows genuine promise as a mean to communication .
    Rss files are designed to provide content summaries of news or information.
    Defined as “RSS is an XML-based format for syndicated content.”
    - source IBM .
  • 21. 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.
  • 22. RSS
  • 23. BBS
    BULLETIN BOARD SYSTEM
    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.
  • 24. 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.
  • 25. BBS

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