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Blogging has introduced opportunities for a new wave of amateur film critics to have their opinions heard. These review blogs may focus on one genre, director or actor, or encompass a much wider variety of films. Friends, friends of friends, or strangers are able to visit these blogsites, and can often leave their own comments about the movie and the author’s review. Although much less frequented than their professional counterparts, these sites can gather a following of like-minded people who look to specific bloggers for reviews as they have found that the critic consistently exhibits an outlook very similar to their own. YouTube has also served as a platform for amateur film critics.
Some websites specialize in narrow aspects of film reviewing. For instance, there are sites that focus on specific content advisories for parents to judge a film’s suitability for children. Others focus on a religious perspective. Still others highlight more esoteric subjects such as the depiction of science in fiction films.
Relationship marketing first appeared in the 1980s. It can be thought of as a marketing activity for enterprises to obtain, maintain and promote effective relationships with customers. After a long-term follow-up study on the marketing process of the service industry, it was concluded that the ultimate goal of enterprise marketing is not only to develop new customers, but also focus on maintaining existing customers. Ultimately, the goal is to improve the long-term interests of both parties through cooperative relationships. It also argues that the cost of maintaining an old customer is far lower than the cost of developing a new customer and that the marketing concept of maintaining the relationship with old consumers is more economical than the marketing concept of developing new customers. The essence of relationship marketing is to attract, establish and maintain close relationship with enterprise customers. This research conclusion has been generally recognized later, but the research scope is only limited to the relationship with old customers, which is easy to ignore the dynamic development of customers, because the formation of customer loyalty customers are from the development of new customers, so we should pay attention to the development of new customers. If the enterprise is limited to the maintenance of existing customers, then it is impossible for the enterprise to achieve any progress and cannot cope with the current market competition.
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