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    Title: B2C網站商品推薦模式精進之研究 : 以M購物網為例
    Other Titles: A study on the improvement of B2C website product recommendation system : an example of M online shopping website
    Authors: 張懋萱;Chang, Mao-Hsuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊管理學系碩士在職專班
    黃明達;Hwang, Ming-Dar
    Keywords: 推薦系統;個人化推薦;個人化促銷;電子商務;Recommendation Systems;Personalized Recommendation;Personalized Promotion;e-commerce
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:57:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究個案現有推薦系統產生之營收占比約5%,仍有成長空間。為提升推薦績效,本研究透過個案交易資料分析,探討促銷活動對整體營收之影響,推導出以促銷商品價格優惠活動做為新的推薦因子,並將此推薦因子加入現有推薦系統中,基於推薦系統具有個人化的特性,進而形成個人化促銷商品推薦。
    This case study shows that the current recommendation system contributes to approximately 5% of the total revenue and that there is scope to increase this percentage. To enhance the performance of the recommendation system, this study analyzed trading data and investigated the effect of promotional activities on the overall revenue. Moreover, it identified the pricing of promotional items as a new recommendation factor and incorporated this factor into the existing recommendation system. The system is capable of customer personalization; hence, it can recommend unique products to individual customers.
    The study found that with the addition of the price promotion factor, recommending appropriate promotional products to individual consumers led to an increase in the percentage of revenue resulting from recommendations ranging from 5% to 6.51% as well as an increase in the order conversion rate ranging from 1.74% to 2.15%. The findings provide evidence for the argument that price promotions stimulate the completion of transaction processes in the purchase-decision process of consumers. Furthermore, the study shows that price promotions can be applied to personalized recommendation systems for increasing the percentage of revenue resulting from such recommendations.
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