Branding Products Known Through Internet Paths

By : Wiyanto Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, February 24 2018 - 19:00 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The potential to spread ads in cyberspace is very large, because it will boost the sales volume to get the coffers of sustenance.

Rosarita Niken Widiastuti, Director General of Public Communications Information at the Ministry of Communications and Information said the potential for internet bus growth to reach US $ 130 billion.

"Opportunities of the induatry world are anticipated with the 14th economic policy package by the government," she said at the Indonesia Nitizen Brand Choice Award held by Warta Ekonomi in Jakarta, Friday (23/2/2018) night.

She mentioned that the company that received the award in this event is a company that has been poorly transverse promoting its products to the nitizen in cyberspace.

"Between the government and entrepreneurs increase the economic potential, through branding management to how consumers choose the brand," she said.

Therefore, the direction of promotion for the company has remained through the virtual world to influence the nitizen consumes the product.

"Currently the behavior of people spending money has changed, if the business baseball through the internet will die," she said.

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