[Not offered in 2021]
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 4|
|Administered by:||College of Business, Law & Governance|
Today, an enormous amount of data exists in digital form, originating from many different marketing sources and channels, e.g. Web, social media, and databases. The vastly unstructured data are a gold mine of hidden information that can provide valuable insights for business decision-making and performance measurement purposes. As having such information is essential to making informed decisions from operational and strategic marketing planning to new product development at various management levels, the ability to extract valuable information from the data, interpret the information, and draw up an action plan is a strategic organizational competence. By incorporating latest applications of digital analytics in marketing, this subject introduces various digital analytics concepts, platforms, methods, and tools that are useful for extracting data and interpreting information, including search engine optimization, Google Analytics, Web analytics, social media analytics, and text analytics.
|Prerequisites:||BU1007, BU1108 AND 12 CP OF UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECTS|
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