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This research describes the main approaches of digital marketing models based on the marketing mix concept. It outlines the main components of various models, such as: “5W” Internet marketing complex of Mosley-Matchett; “8Р” e-marketing mix of researchers at the National Taiwan University (Chen); “6С” set of elements for an effective website by Chaffey, Mayer, Johnston, Ellis-Chadwick; “4S” web marketing complex of Constantinides; “4Ps+P2C2S3” digital marketing complex (e-marketing mix) created by Kalyanam and McIntyre; “3С+І” digital marketing mix of Pastore and Vernuccio; “SIVA” client-oriented information model of Dev and Schultz; “2P+2C+3S” digital marketing complex presented by Otlakan. The study presents a comparative analysis of the characteristics of these models, and the pros and cons for using each them as part of an integrated Internet marketing strategy. The study also creates a structure of Integrated Internet marketing tools based on the marketing mix concept which includes two blocks of components: key elements found in the traditional “4P” model and adapted to the Internet environment, and the elements “2Р2С2S2”: Personalization & Privacy, Personnel & People, Customer Service, Community, Synergy & Scope. The authors formulate a definition of Internet marketing and Integrated Internet marketing, based on the built structure of integrated Internet marketing of Kalyanam and McIntyre.
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