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Title: What kind of e-mail information is more effective in communicating with the client? Application of game theory
Author: Sánchez Torres, Javier Alirio
Rivera González, Julián A.
Jorba, Lambert
Keywords: Correu electrònic
Màrqueting per Internet
Teoria de jocs
Àlgebra diferencial
Relacions amb els clients
Electronic mail systems
Internet marketing
Game theory
Differential algebra
Customer relations
Issue Date: Jul-2018
Publisher: Harvard Deusto Business Review y EAE Business School
Abstract: Using game theory, this study analyzed clients' decisions after receiving digital relational marketing campaigns via email for two types of products: apparel and electronics-music-video. The objectives were to analyze the promotional and relational e-mails to discern which of the two is most effective in achieving marketing objectives and short-term business objectives. A cross-sectional study was carried out, with samples from Spain and Colombia, starting from a total of 400 surveys, a game based on the Nash Theory was proposed, having as a more important result, regardless of the type of email received by the client, the last action of the client will be marked as 'spam'. Likewise, differences were found by country and by gender depending on the type of product and no conclusive differences were found on which type of communication (promotional or differential) is better received by the client.
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It is part of: Harvard Deusto Business Research, 2018, vol. 7, num. 1, p. 2-18
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ISSN: 2254-6235
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Matemàtica Econòmica, Financera i Actuarial)

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