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.
Protect and defend against different types of cyber-security threats.
Describe trends in e-commerce security.
Use nontraditional e-marketing techniques.
Explain how to establish consumer trust.
Determine comprehensive security policies.
Design for mobile device compatibility.
Create mobile applications.
Access mobile information.
Business to Business E-Commerce
Identify opportunities for business to business collaboration.
Develop an affiliate program partnership.
Use social tools to market to another business.
Describe the integration of a CRM with an e-commerce site.
Establish processes to met customer needs.
Identify professional development opportunities in the field of web development.
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