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How buyers perceive the credibility of advisors in online marketplace: review balance, review amount and misattribution
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015-02-12)
In an online marketplace, buyers rely heavily on reviews posted by previous buyers (referred to as advisors). The advisor’s credibility determines the persuasiveness of reviews. Much work has addressed the evaluation of ...
Exploiting the Use of Wikis to Support Collaborative Writing: A Case Study of an Undergraduate Computer Science Class
(Springer International Publishing, 2015-09-22)
Use of wikis in education reflects a shift in the education paradigm from lecture and individual homework-based to a paradigm emphasizing student engagement and the construction of knowledge through collaboration and ...
Mapping Wiki User Contribution Types to Motivations for Participation: A Case Study
Different classifications of Wiki editor have been proposed. However, so far there has been no mapping between user classes based on their contributions and their motivations, which can be useful to design persuasive ...
How do you feel when you see a list of prices? the interplay among price dispersion, perceived risk and initial trust in Chinese C2C market
The issues of trust fraud, product genuineness and price dispersion jointly make Chinese C2C buyers difficult to identify trustworthy sellers with a low price. Little is known about the generation of initial trust when ...
Complexity or simplicity? Designing product pictures for advertising in online marketplaces
In online marketplaces, many sellers highlight product and service information directly within product pictures for advertising purposes. Such a strategy increases the visual complexity of the picture and provides more ...