CRT100_1_2 - Jones International University The E-Commerce...

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Jones International University The E-Commerce Effect Week 1 - Assignment 1.2 Professor Dr. Jean Gordon Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for CRT100 Critical Thinking By [April 8, 2009]
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CRT100 2 The E-commerce Effect For my topic, I’m choosing how E-commerce impacted our lives. In my business where we depend on human traffic in our store. Even with that online shopping and services has impacted both business and public for better and worse. Companies that do not adapt to having an website where they can at least show their products will have a harder time advertising or allowing customers a chance to view what one can acquire at their store. Fortunately for me, I fix computers and that is not something one can do online if there is a hardware problem. While researching this topic I found an article which amazed me. I was very surprised about the percentage of sales that were online. (Susan Kuchinskas, Where Are We Now, A Decade of E-Commerce) “When you look at e-commerce statistics, Meeker
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Jeangordon during the Spring '10 term at Jones Intl..

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