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七年級消費型態 偏好「網路口碑」

更新日期:2007/09/27 23:47 TVBS記者:鄭惠心 陳君宜

現在是百貨週年慶檔期,為了不讓荷包大失血,很多消費者會先上網查資訊,看看其他網友的評價,選好要買的保養彩妝品才到專櫃去;因此,業者在網路上提供更多試用品和優惠,希望抓住這些年輕的網路族。

七年級生愛漂亮,早就懂得保養要趁早的道理,不過,她們可不想直接到專櫃去花大錢,而是先用自己最熟悉的傳播方式,上網蒐集情報。

民眾張小姐:「大家都會(在網站上)發言,我就會去點選,只要有人更新,我就會看。」民眾周小姐:「因為我覺得售貨員,一定是講自己的東西是最好的,可是我們上網看的時候,我會看負面的評價,我會看有幾個人說它不好。」

看好網路族的市場,越來越多保養品業者在網站上下功夫,除了辦活動之外,也提供預約和免費試用品,吸引網友。

業者陳宜青:「我們在網路上有做深度懇談、預約,很驚人,大概2天,就有400多人,到全省23個櫃點預約,在網路上列印的兌換券,就可以到櫃上做懇談或體驗。」

透過網路來的客人,因為都已經先做過功課,對產品有一定的了解,因此下手更大方,難怪業者要在網路行銷上更用心。

Drag & Drop, Sorting, In-place Edit using JavaScript

click to play the MacOS 8AJAX and Web 2.0 is the hottest technical jargon this year (2007). All the sudden everyone has to talk about community building and develop those dynamic scripting effort.
In fact, back at 10 years ago (1997) Desktop.com had the vision and actually build up a business for what Google app is trying to do today. Back at the time some people from the North think it’s crazy and useless for fat desktop-like applications to run on the web.

Well, those people might be 50% correct, desktop.com is no longer in business and you can only see it at web archive (the original desktop.com Web OS); however the same old techiques (now can be called AJAX), isn’t a joke anymore.
As I bring back my old little Mac Kernel back to life, it is still works like a champ in FireFox and IE 7. Allow popup window for the moment and click the image above to bring some of your good old memory back…
I did it for fun and learning back at 199x. It’s advanced JavaScript then and now. It were a mod from someone from German (sorry, no longer has your name to credit you). And Yes, the work is almost 10 years old and is still way cool.
Here’s another old school and yet still in good hand piece: “ToolMan DHTML Library“. The small yet snippy JavaScript allow you to create Drag & Drop, Sorting, Edit in Place. Best of all, it’s old 🙂

Thanks Tim for showing off the work.

Drag & Drop, Sorting, In-place Edit using JavaScript

click to play the MacOS 8AJAX and Web 2.0 is the hottest technical jargon this year (2007). All the sudden everyone has to talk about community building and develop those dynamic scripting effort.

In fact, back at 10 years ago (1997) Desktop.com had the vision and actually build up a business for what Google app is trying to do today. Back at the time some people from the North think it’s crazy and useless for fat desktop-like applications to run on the web.

Well, those people might be 50% correct, desktop.com is no longer in business and you can only see it at web archive (the original desktop.com Web OS); however the same old techiques (now can be called AJAX), isn’t a joke anymore.

As I bring back my old little Mac Kernel back to life, it is still works like a champ in FireFox and IE 7. Allow popup window for the moment and click the image above to bring some of your good old memory back…

I did it for fun and learning back at 199x. It’s advanced JavaScript then and now. It were a mod from someone from German (sorry, no longer has your name to credit you). And Yes, the work is almost 10 years old and is still way cool.

Here’s another old school and yet still in good hand piece: “ToolMan DHTML Library“. The small yet snippy JavaScript allow you to create Drag & Drop, Sorting, Edit in Place. Best of all, it’s old 🙂

Thanks Tim for showing off the work.

Drag & Drop, Sorting, In-place Edit using JavaScript

click to play the MacOS 8AJAX and Web 2.0 is the hottest technical jargon this year (2007). All the sudden everyone has to talk about community building and develop those dynamic scripting effort.

In fact, back at 10 years ago (1997) Desktop.com had the vision and actually build up a business for what Google app is trying to do today. Back at the time some people from the North think it’s crazy and useless for fat desktop-like applications to run on the web.

Well, those people might be 50% correct, desktop.com is no longer in business and you can only see it at web archive (the original desktop.com Web OS); however the same old techiques (now can be called AJAX), isn’t a joke anymore.

As I bring back my old little Mac Kernel back to life, it is still works like a champ in FireFox and IE 7. Allow popup window for the moment and click the image above to bring some of your good old memory back…

I did it for fun and learning back at 199x. It’s advanced JavaScript then and now. It were a mod from someone from German (sorry, no longer has your name to credit you). And Yes, the work is almost 10 years old and is still way cool.

Here’s another old school and yet still in good hand piece: “ToolMan DHTML Library“. The small yet snippy JavaScript allow you to create Drag & Drop, Sorting, Edit in Place. Best of all, it’s old 🙂

Thanks Tim for showing off the work.

Drag & Drop, Sorting, In-place Edit using JavaScript

click to play the MacOS 8AJAX and Web 2.0 is the hottest technical jargon this year (2007). All the sudden everyone has to talk about community building and develop those dynamic scripting effort.

In fact, back at 10 years ago (1997) Desktop.com had the vision and actually build up a business for what Google app is trying to do today. Back at the time some people from the North think it’s crazy and useless for fat desktop-like applications to run on the web.

Well, those people might be 50% correct, desktop.com is no longer in business and you can only see it at web archive (the original desktop.com Web OS); however the same old techiques (now can be called AJAX), isn’t a joke anymore.

As I bring back my old little Mac Kernel back to life, it is still works like a champ in FireFox and IE 7. Allow popup window for the moment and click the image above to bring some of your good old memory back…

I did it for fun and learning back at 199x. It’s advanced JavaScript then and now. It were a mod from someone from German (sorry, no longer has your name to credit you). And Yes, the work is almost 10 years old and is still way cool.

Here’s another old school and yet still in good hand piece: “ToolMan DHTML Library“. The small yet snippy JavaScript allow you to create Drag & Drop, Sorting, Edit in Place. Best of all, it’s old 🙂

Thanks Tim for showing off the work.

Drag & Drop, Sorting, In-place Edit using JavaScript

click to play the MacOS 8AJAX and Web 2.0 is the hottest technical jargon this year (2007). All the sudden everyone has to talk about community building and develop those dynamic scripting effort.

In fact, back at 10 years ago (1997) Desktop.com had the vision and actually build up a business for what Google app is trying to do today. Back at the time some people from the North think it’s crazy and useless for fat desktop-like applications to run on the web.

Well, those people might be 50% correct, desktop.com is no longer in business and you can only see it at web archive (the original desktop.com Web OS); however the same old techiques (now can be called AJAX), isn’t a joke anymore.

As I bring back my old little Mac Kernel back to life, it is still works like a champ in FireFox and IE 7. Allow popup window for the moment and click the image above to bring some of your good old memory back…

I did it for fun and learning back at 199x. It’s advanced JavaScript then and now. It were a mod from someone from German (sorry, no longer has your name to credit you). And Yes, the work is almost 10 years old and is still way cool.

Here’s another old school and yet still in good hand piece: “ToolMan DHTML Library“. The small yet snippy JavaScript allow you to create Drag & Drop, Sorting, Edit in Place. Best of all, it’s old 🙂

Thanks Tim for showing off the work.