The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Marketing, Advertising, The Internet, Knowledge management and Information technology. Her study looks at the relationship between Marketing and topics such as Information and Communications Technology, which overlap with Value proposition. Her Advertising research incorporates elements of Perception, Trip planning, Media studies, Social environment and Social media.
Her study looks at the relationship between Social media and fields such as Field, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. She has included themes like Structural equation modeling, E-commerce, Usability and Constructivism in her The Internet study. Her Knowledge management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Persuasion, Recommender system, Value, Intelligent decision support system and Mobile device.
Her main research concerns Marketing, Advertising, Public relations, Social media and The Internet. As a member of one scientific family, Ulrike Gretzel mostly works in the field of Marketing, focusing on Knowledge management and, on occasion, Context. Her study in Advertising is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Recommender system, Phenomenon and Perception.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Credibility and Internet privacy. She integrates Social media with Hospitality in her research. In her work, Ulrike Gretzel performs multidisciplinary research in The Internet and Information technology.
Ulrike Gretzel focuses on Social media, Marketing, Public relations, Destinations and Advertising. The Social media study combines topics in areas such as Rhetoric and Media studies. Her research in Marketing intersects with topics in Transactional leadership and Local government.
Her work focuses on many connections between Public relations and other disciplines, such as Originality, that overlap with her field of interest in Thematic analysis and Service. Her work on Tourism destinations and Destination management as part of general Destinations study is frequently connected to Smart city, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. As part of her studies on Advertising, Ulrike Gretzel often connects relevant areas like Phenomenon.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Destinations, Marketing, Smart city, Social media and Knowledge management. In general Destinations study, her work on Tourism destinations often relates to the realm of Resilience, Process management, Scope and Empirical research, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Particularly relevant to Competitive advantage is her body of work in Marketing.
Ulrike Gretzel integrates many fields, such as Smart city and engineering, in her works. The various areas that she examines in her Social media study include Rhetoric, Co-creation, Data science and Taxonomy. Her studies deal with areas such as Servicescape, User-centered design, User experience design, Harm and Conceptualization as well as Knowledge management.
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Role of social media in online travel information search
Zheng Xiang;Ulrike Gretzel.
Tourism Management (2010)
Use and impact of online travel reviews
Ulrike Gretzel;Kyung Hyan Yoo.
information and communication technologies in tourism (2008)
Smart tourism: foundations and developments
Ulrike Gretzel;Marianna Sigala;Zheng Xiang;Chulmo Koo.
Electronic Markets (2015)
Searching for the Future: Challenges Faced by Destination Marketing Organizations
Ulrike Gretzel;Daniel R. Fesenmaier;Sandro Formica;Joseph T. O’Leary.
Journal of Travel Research (2006)
Success Factors for Destination Marketing Web Sites: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis
Young A. Park;Ulrike Gretzel.
Journal of Travel Research (2007)
Social Media in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality: Theory, Practice and Cases
Marianna Sigala;Evangelos Christou;Ulrike Gretzel.
Preparing for the New Economy: Advertising Strategies and Change in Destination Marketing Organizations
Ulrike Gretzel;Yu-Lan Yuan;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Journal of Travel Research (2000)
Conceptual foundations for understanding smart tourism ecosystems
Ulrike Gretzel;Hannes Werthner;Chulmo Koo;Carlos Lamsfus.
Computers in Human Behavior (2015)
Influence of personality on travel-related consumer-generated media creation
Kyung-Hyan Yoo;Ulrike Gretzel.
Computers in Human Behavior (2011)
Intelligent systems in tourism: a social science perspective
Annals of Tourism Research (2011)
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