“a Study on Consumer Behaviour with Reference to Sony Vaio Laptops”

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Two girls walk into their local Café Coffee Day outlet. One goes to the counter and purchases two cappuccino coffees and some other pastries. The other sits at the table and opens her Sony Vaio Laptop. Within few seconds, she connects to the internet using Airtel’s data card. Once on the net, the girl “Google’s” name of the band that played the soundtrack of the English movie she saw yesterday. The number of websites comes up with advertisements. One of the advertisements was for the soundtracks, cd and movie DVD. When she clicks through the advertisement, the search engine giant Google rings up some money. (Through its ad word program, it gets paid whenever someone clicks on the advertiser’s ad). Now her friend has returned with the…show more content…
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