"Takes you through a proven step-by-step system with lots of practical exercises to teach you how to analyse your situation and develop a strategic marketing plan tailored to your own business." - cover.
Anwendungsorientiertes Marketing bezeichnet die wissenschaftliche Auseinandersetzung mit der Umsetzung der Marketingtheorie für die Praxis. Dieses Applied Marketing ist die einzigartige Domäne der Marketingprofessoren an den Fachhochschulen. Zum 30jährigen Bestehen der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Marketing (AfM), der Vereinigung der Marketingprofessoren an den deutschen Fachhochschulen, stellen 73 Marketingprofessorinnen und -professoren für alle entscheidenden Bereiche des Marketing wie Strategisches Marketing, Innovationsmarketing, E-Business, Marktforschung, Kundenbeziehungsmanagement, Markenmanagement, Marketinginstrumentalpolitik, Vertriebsmanagement, Hochschulmarketing, Internationales Marketing, Internes Marketing und B-to-B-Marketing, den Stand der anwendungsorientierten Marketingwissenschaft dar.
Kaum ein Unternehmen, Freiberufler oder Künstler verzichtet heute noch auf eine Facebook-Präsenz, einen Twitter-Kanal oder die Vorteile des Fotoportals Flickr, um die eigenen Produkte, Dienstleistungen und Werke bekannter zu machen. Doch so wichtig das Social Media Marketing für die Selbstpräsentation im Web ist, so vielfältig sind die rechtlichen Fallen, in die man als juristischer Laie tappen kann. Ob es um das Impressum, die Einbindung fremden Contents oder den Umgang mit Wettbewerbern geht – das Buch erklärt klar und verständlich, was zu beachten ist. Der Autor, Rechtsanwalt Thomas Schwenke ist Mitinhaber der Berliner Kanzlei Schwenke & Dramberg und hat sich auf den Bereich Social Media Marketing spezialisiert. Er berät regelmäßig Marketingkunden zu Webthemen, bloggt und ist auch bei den Medien als Experte sehr begehrt (Heute Journal, Stern u.v.m.). Thomas Schwenkes große Stärke: juristische Inhalte so zu erklären, dass wirklich jeder sie versteht. Für wen ist dieses Buch? Wenn Sie als Praktiker mit Social Media Marketing zu tun haben, ist dieses Buch genau richtig für Sie. Es richtet sich u.a. an Marketing- und PR-Profis, Social Media-Manager und Freiberufler. Sehr hilfreich ist es auch für Personen mit juristischer Vorbildung, die wissen möchten, wie sich rechtliche Regeln in den sozialen Medien auswirken.
With advances in information technology and expertise in modeling, IRI introduced model-based services in the US that explain and predict essential parts of the marketplace. ACNielsen followed, and marketing researchers have been developing increasingly valid, useful and relevant models of marketplace behavior ever since. Models that provide information about the sensitivity of market behavior to marketing activities such as advertising, pricing, promotions and distribution are now routinely used by managers for the identification of changes in marketing programs that can improve brand performances. Building Models for Marketing Decisions, Second Edition describes up-dated marketing models that managers can use as an aid in decision making.
Pioneers in Marketing: A Collection of Biographical Essays discusses eight historically important marketing scholars whose careers collectively spanned over 100 years. An introductory chapter describes the role of biography in the study of marketing thought, and introduces the eight subjects in this collection. Subsequent chapters describe the lives of Edward David Jones, Simon Litman, Henry Charles Taylor, Percival White, George Burton Hotchkiss, Theodore N. Beckman, David D. Monieson, and William R. Davidson, focusing on their intellectual and professional contributions to the marketing discipline. The biographies are based on rare archival materials, some personal interviews, and analysis of the subjects’ major works. The final chapter draws lessons from the collection for marketing students and teachers. Several important discoveries are reported that suggest opportunities for further research. These stories will inform and inspire students of marketing.
The Routledge Companion to Strategic Marketing offers the latest insights into marketing strategy. Bodo Schlegelmilch and Russ Winer present 29 specially commissioned chapters, which include up-to-date thinking on a diverse range of marketing strategy topics. Readers benefit from the latest strategic insights of leading experts from universities around the world. Contributing authors are from, among others, the U.S. (Berkeley, Cornell, MIT, New York University, Texas A&M), Europe (the Hanken School of Economics, INSEAD, the University of Oxford, the University of Groningen, WU Vienna) and Asia (the Indian School of Business, Tongji University). The topics addressed include economic foundations of marketing strategy, competition in digital marketing strategy (e.g. mobile payment systems and social media strategy), marketing strategy, and corporate social responsibility, as well as perspectives on capturing the impact of marketing strategy. Collectively, this authoritative guide is an accessible tool for researchers, students, and practitioners.
The SAGE Handbook of Marketing Ethics draws together an exhaustive overview of research into marketing’s many ethical conundrums, while also promoting more optimistic perspectives on the ways in which ethics underpins organizational practices. Marketing ethics has emerged in recent years as the key and collective concern within the ever-divergent fields of marketing and consumer research. This handbook brings together a rich and diverse body of scholarly research, with chapters on all major topics relevant to the field of marketing ethics, whilst also outlining future research directions. PART 1: Foundations of Marketing Ethics PART 2: Theoretical and Research Approaches to Marketing Ethics PART 3: Marketing Ethics and Social Issues PART 4: Issues in Consumer Ethics PART 5: Ethical Issues in Specific Sectors PART 6: Ethical Issues in the Marketing Mix PART 7: Concluding Comments and Reflections
The globalization of marketing has brought about an interesting paradox: as the discipline becomes more global, the need to understand cultural differences becomes all the more crucial. This is the challenge in an increasingly international marketplace and a problem that the world's most powerful businesses must solve. From this challenge has grown the exciting discipline of ethnic marketing, which seeks to understand the considerable opportunities and challenges presented by cultural and ethnic diversity in the marketplace. To date, scholarship in the area has been lively but disparate. This volume brings together cutting-edge research on ethnic marketing from thought leaders across the world. Each chapter covers a key theme, reflecting the increasing diversity of the latest research, including models of culture change, parenting and socialization, responses to web and advertising, role of space and social innovation in ethnic marketing, ethnic consumer decision making, religiosity, differing attitudes to materialism, acculturation, targeting and ethical and public policy issues. The result is a solid framework and a comprehensive reference point for consumer researchers, students, and practitioners.
In recent times, the advent of new technologies, the concerns about sustainability, and the new tastes of the youngest generations of luxury consumers have affected the traditional dynamics of the luxury goods markets. These emerging issues have caused significant changes in the marketing of luxury goods. Sustainable development is not a new practice in the luxury market but is of increasing importance. The real challenge is for luxury companies to overcome the residual corporate social responsibility perspective to embrace a real integration of environmental, ethical, and social concerns into the corporate strategy. Integrated output and sustainable processes, the introduction of non-financial reporting as operational practice, and a new orientation to circular economy practices are emerging issues that still today request for a deeper exploration both on the academic and managerial point of view. Digitalization is another relevant issue that is reshaping the business model of luxury companies. Big data, blockchain, omnichannel experience, and digital customer experience represent the main digital challenges that luxury brand companies are facing nowadays. Luxury brands must keep up with these digital demands and sustainability concerns to maintain their position in the global market. Developing Successful Global Strategies for Marketing Luxury Brands upgrades the most relevant theoretical frameworks and empirical research about the marketing of luxury goods. This book is focused on contemporary issues affecting luxury industries such as digital transformation (blockchain, big data, analytics, innovation processes), sustainable development, changes in luxury consumers’ behavior, integration between physical and online channels, and the development of social media marketing strategies. Chapters will cover areas of marketing, management, buyer behavior, and international business, creating a multidisciplinary approach for this book. This book is ideal for scholars, local government agencies and public bodies, managers, luxury business owners, along with practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students who are interested in emerging issues affecting the luxury market, such as sustainability and digital transformation.