Application and Optimization of Various Machine Learning Models in Social E-Commerce Marketing Strategies

Authors

  • Zhen Li

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62051/bsm4y952

Keywords:

Marketing Strategies, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Personalized Recommendation, User Behavior Prediction.

Abstract

In the context of rapid development in social e-commerce, the optimization of marketing strategies urgently requires new technological approaches. This study investigates the application of four artificial intelligence algorithms—supervised learning, deep learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning—in Douyin live shopping and Kuaishou platform shopping, proposing a series of innovative marketing strategies. Based on an analysis of 920,000 user behavior records, we evaluate the effectiveness of each algorithm in user behavior prediction, personalized recommendation, advertisement placement optimization, and customer segmentation. The results indicate that the deep learning model achieved a prediction accuracy of 94.8%, enhancing user satisfaction by 19.7%. The supervised learning model achieved a classification accuracy of 89.3%. The reinforcement learning model increased advertisement click-through rates by 24.6%. The unsupervised learning model excelled in customer segmentation. By utilizing hybrid models and improved algorithms, marketing effectiveness was further enhanced, providing new directions and strategies for marketing practices in the social e-commerce sector.

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Published

20-06-2024

How to Cite

“Application and Optimization of Various Machine Learning Models in Social E-Commerce Marketing Strategies” (2024) Transactions on Computer Science and Intelligent Systems Research, 4, pp. 11–21. doi:10.62051/bsm4y952.

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