Gilbreath explains how to use this technique to inspire customers to truly engage with the marketing message, uncover a spectrum of unmet customer desires, and build a campaign designed to fulfill customers´ needs.
New Meanings for Marketing in a New Millennium:Proceedings of the 2001 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference. Auflage 2015
New Meanings for Marketing in a New Millennium:Proceedings of the 2001 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015
New Meanings for Marketing in a New Millennium:Proceedings of the 2001 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference
Jazz Sells: Music, Marketing, and Meaning: Mark Laver
This groundbreaking audiobook takes you beyond relationship marketing and permission marketing and into the realm of the next big thing - meaningful marketing. This new concept addresses the modern consumer´s desire for (1) fewer intrusive, hard-sell marketing messages, and (2) more value-focused messages, independent of calls for purchase.Marketing guru Bob Gilbreath explains how to use his technique to inspire customers to truly engage with the marketing message, uncover a spectrum of unmet customer desires, and build a campaign designed to fulfill customers´ needs and move more product than ever. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bruce Reizen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/001871/bk_brll_001871_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Voted AdAge´s Most-Recommended Marketing Book of the Summer 2013.This book provides evidence-based answers to the key questions asked by marketers every day. Tackling issues such as how brands grow, how advertising really works, what price promotions really do and how loyalty programs really affect loyalty How Brands Grow presents decades of research in a style that is written for marketing professionals to grow their brands. It is the first book to present these laws in context and to explore their meaning and application. The most distinctive element to this book is that the laws presented are tried and tested; they have been found to hold over varied conditions, time and countries. This is contra to most marketing texts and indeed, much information provides evidence that much modern marketing theory is far from soundly based.
The Luxury Strategy has established itself as the definitive work that sets the record straight on the essence of a luxury strategy. It puts an end to the prevailing conceptual and managerial confusion, and explains the fundamental differences between ´´premium´´, ´´fashion´´, and ´´luxury´´ strategies. Based on an analysis of the social functions of luxury, worldwide best practices (beyond the traditional sectors of luxury) and first hand direct experience, it sets out the constraining and often paradoxical rules for success, such as turning marketing rules upside down. The second, completely revised and updated edition of this classic text explores the diversity of meanings of ´´luxury´´ across different markets as well as the impact of social networks and digital developments on the luxury strategy. Written by two world experts on the subject, it provides the first rigorous blueprint for the effective management of luxury brands and companies at the highest level, including human resources and financial management. It rationalizes those business models that have achieved profitability and unveils the original methods that were used to transform small family businesses such as Ferrari, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Chanel, Armani, Gucci, and Ralph Lauren into profitable global brands. The Luxury Strategy will help you to gain a thorough understanding of the unique rules for successful luxury brand management. But more than this, it describes how any organization, from any sector, can learn from luxury and differentiate itself in the long term, even in the business-to-business environment.
Until now, the literature on innovation has focused either on radical innovation pushed by technology or incremental innovation pulled by the market. In Design-Driven Innovation: How to Compete by Radically Innovating the Meaning of Products, Roberto Verganti introduces a third strategy, a radical shift in perspective that introduces a bold new way of competing. Design-driven innovations do not come from the market; they create new markets. They don´t push new technologies; they push new meanings. It´s about having a vision, and taking that vision to your customers. Think of game-changers like Nintendo´s Wii or Apple´s iPod. They overturned our understanding of what a video game means and how we listen to music. Customers had not asked for these new meanings, but once they experienced them, it was love at first sight. But where does the vision come from? With fascinating examples from leading European and American companies, Verganti shows that for truly breakthrough products and services, we must look beyond customers and users to those he calls ´´interpreters´´ - the experts who deeply understand and shape the markets they work in. Design-Driven Innovation offers a provocative new view of innovation thinking and practice.