This course explores the concept of website commercialization from the perspective of an advanced web developer. Students will focus on client security and server security, social networks, virtual worlds, m-commerce, nontraditional marketing strategies, and customer service.
Identify professional development opportunities in the field of web development.
Establish processes to met customer needs.
Describe the integration of a CRM with an e-commerce site.
Business to Business E-Commerce
Use social tools to market to another business.
Develop an affiliate program partnership.
Identify opportunities for business to business collaboration.
Access mobile information.
Create mobile applications.
Design for mobile device compatibility.
Determine comprehensive security policies.
Explain how to establish consumer trust.
Use nontraditional e-marketing techniques.
Models and Standards in E-Commerce
Describe trends in e-commerce security.
Protect and defend against different types of cyber-security threats.
Plan e-commerce security features.
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