An Empirical Examination of the Effects of Web Personalization at Different Stages of Decision Making
Personalization agents are incorporated in many Web sites to tailor content and interfaces for individual users. In contrast to the proliferation of personalized Web services worldwide, empirical research on the effects of Web personalization is scant. How does exposure to personalized offers affect subsequent product consideration and choice outcome? Drawing on literature in human-computer interaction (HCI) and user behavior, this research examines the effect of three major elements of Web...[Show more]
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