Digital Marketing: Applications and Analytics

Course Code
MKT 642
Hours
2.25 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Winter 18 (B)
  • Winter 19 (A)

Digital Marketing: Applications and Analytics --- The digital revolution of the last twenty years has changed the nature of business in a very fundamental sense. The business function that's been perhaps affected the most by the digital revolution is marketing. The three big areas of marketing where the impact of digitization has been the highest are (a) new ways of interacting with the customer, leading to new business models (b) the change in the "balance of power" between the consumer and the marketer and (c) the emergence of data-driven marketing, including the use of algorithmic methods. The objective of this course is to bring students "up to speed" with respect to "applications" ((a) and (b) above) and (c) in order to enable them to "hit the ground running." Broadly speaking, the first half of the vocabulary and economics underlying digital marketing, the emergence of new marketing and business models and the role of technologies such a mobile and social media. The second of the course will expose students to "big data" and machine learning methods that are the driving the sue of digital marketing.

Taught By
Puneet Manchanda
  • Isadore and Leon Winkelman Professor of Marketing
Professor Manchanda is the Isadore and Leon Winkelman Professor and Professor of Marketing at the Ross School of Business. He was the Chair of the...