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Global website positioning in Poland and the Czech Republic: Preliminary findings

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Original title:Global website positioning in Poland and the Czech Republic: Preliminary findings
Authors:Shintaro Okazaki, Radoslav Škapa
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Publisher within MU:Faculty of Economics and Administration
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Citation:OKAZAKI, Shintaro a Radoslav ŠKAPA. Global website positioning in Poland and the Czech Republic: Preliminary findings. In Peter Nijens (ed.), Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Research in Advertising. 1. vyd. Lisabon: Polythecnic Institute Of Lisbon – Escola Superior De Comunicação Social, 2007. s. 50-60, 14 s. ISBN 80-210-4133-1.Export BibTeX
@inproceedings{723688,
author = {Okazaki, Shintaro and Škapa, Radoslav},
address = {Lisabon},
booktitle = {Peter Nijens (ed.), Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Research in Advertising},
edition = {1.},
keywords = {Marketing; global strategy; local strategy; websites presentations},
language = {eng},
location = {Lisabon},
isbn = {80-210-4133-1},
pages = {50-60},
publisher = {Polythecnic Institute Of Lisbon – Escola Superior De Comunicação Social},
title = {Global website positioning in Poland and the Czech Republic: Preliminary findings},
year = {2007}
}
Original language:English
Field:Economy
Type:Article in Proceedings
Keywords:Marketing; global strategy; local strategy; websites presentations

In this paper, American multinational corporations (MNCs) website positioning was examined in Poland and the Czech Republic, in terms of (1) the standardization of visual components, (2) the localization of textual information, and (3) the enhancement of corporate website functions. Using website content analysis techniques, we evaluated the similarity between the home (US) and host sites, as well as the existence of a series of website functions. The findings suggest that American MNCs tend to apply a high level of visual components in Poland and Czech sites, while the level of standardization in textual messages is notably low in both countries.