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Marketing complex acquires a new content as it tries to adjust itself to the changing business practices and consumer behavior. The research objective was to study the content of Marketing 4.0 and the changing relationship between the brand and the consumer. The authors conducted a comparative analysis of the changes in marketing concepts, which proved that consumers have become partners in marketing communications. Internet communities and opinion leaders proved to affect consumer behavior. Social networks and messengers shape attitude of whole communities. The research revealed an increasing role of customization and personalization in the promotion of brands and products in the era of digitalization. Consumer experience and pleasure derived from marketing interaction are becoming more and more important. Previously obtained materials made it possible to define the change in the marketing complex in the digital economy from 4P to 4C. New consumer communities search for information on the Internet, thus overlooking traditional methods of marketing communications.

digital marketing, marketing complex, marketing communications, sales, consumer, loyalty
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