The path this takes is often something like:
1) Using Websites and e-mail to inform customers about a product,
2) Solicit and answer the customers questions, and
3) Accept their orders electronically via the Internet.
Now, to these ends, anything that can be sold in the brick and mortar world can be sold via the Internet. There are even some things you can get on the Internet that you can NOT get in the brick and mortar world.
Typically, selling things in the brick and mortar world means that the customer contacts the seller by going into his place of business or by phone. Real world merchandise is always delivered physically.
In the world of Internet Marketing products can be physically delivered, of course, but many things that are sold on the Internet can be delivered electronically, as well. For example: Information is available in the form of eBooks, sound files and video files that can be downloaded directly from the site that is selling them. Obviously, this reduces or completely eliminates delivery charges. However, if it better serves the needs of customers, these products can also usually be ordered in a hard copy form (books, CDs and DVDs) and physically delivered to the buyer.
As you can see, the term Internet Marketing covers a wide variety of types promoting, selling and delivery of products and services. These products and services may be delivered electronically or by traditional freight to the end user. With this kind of breadth and depth, the possibilities and potential of Internet Marketing seems to be endless.
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