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Vol 2 No 2 (2018)
Published: 2018-06-02

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International Journal of Marketing Research Innovation

International Journal of Marketing Research Innovation (IJMRI) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed journal for marketing academics. IJMRI aims is to provide to the field of marketing research such as:

  • Marketing Strategy Pricing
  • Relationship Marketing
  • Business Marketing
  • Social Marketing
  • Internet Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Branding
  • Customer Service
  • And Customer Behavior Analysis
  • Marketing & Planning
  • Marketing Needs & Finance
  • Marketing and Corporate Innovation Restructuring
  • Customer Relations, Marketing Research
  • Market Segmentation
  • Positioning, Pricing
  • Business-To-Business and Network Marketing
  • Marketing Theory
  • Advertising
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Sales Management
  • Advertising & Promotion Management
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Customer Loyalty
  • Marketing Segmentation and Targeting
  • Customer Value Modelling
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business Law
  • Communication
  • Direct Marketing
  • E-Commerce
  • Global Business
  • Marketing Research
  • Marketing Theory & Applications
  • Office Administration/Management
  • Retailing
  • Sales/Selling
  • Services
  • Online Branding
  • Strategic Use of IT
  • Multichannel Marketing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Social Media and Social Networks
  • Viral Marketing
  • Mobile Marketing
  • Direct and Interactive B2B Marketing
  • and Agricultural Marketing.

International Journal of Marketing Research Innovation currently has an acceptance rate of 29%. The average time between submission and final decision is 20 days and the average time between acceptance and publication is 30 days.

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