• Harikumar Pallathadka
  • Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka




Advanced promoting is one of the most prominent showcasing approaches organizations utilize explicitly through web-based media and e-mail advertising. On top of their convenience and power, online media and e-mail advertising have been observed to be exceptionally compelling in building client commitment. This component decides the commonness of clients' buy goal. For the most part, computerized showcasing instruments empower organizations to advance their items quickly, just as assemble client connections at lower costs, leading to expanded deals volume. Digital Marketing is another period of promotion in the 21st century. With the progression of time, it is noticed that organizations are moving from the conventional market to the advanced promoting, and the computerized market has caught a more extensive space of market in the metropolitan regions. Computerized advertising gives the purchasers all the more promptly accessible data, making it a more secure choice than conventional. However, it is a profoundly aggressive region, yet it utilizes computerized advancements, which decreases cost and helps grow business worldwide. With progression in innovation and a significant upswing in utilizing the web, computerized advertising can help organizations understand clients' conduct. This examination study portrays the effect of automatic promotion on buyer dynamics. Information has been gathered from different wellsprings of proof, including different books, sites, and diaries. The paper depicts the job of computerized showcasing in this advanced world and reasons that it is a powerful instrument in buyer dynamic which also works on the hierarchical efficiency and helps catch more ample space of the market. Hence advanced showcasing can affect the shopper dynamic, empowering the evaporating of the stock market from the severe world. One hundred twenty-two respondents were collected through a "standard questionnaire," created on a five-point interval scale.


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Pallathadka, H. ., & Pallathadka, L. K. . (2022). ROLE OF DIGITAL MARKETING ON CONSUMER PURCHASE INTENTION. The Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 28(2), 236–246. Retrieved from

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