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Marketing In The Age Of Google Revised And Updated

Author : Vanessa Fox
ISBN : 9781118231937
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 24.43 MB
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Search has changed everything. Has your business harnessed its full potential? A business's search strategy can have a dramatic impact on how consumers interact with that business. But even more importantly, search engine activity provides amazingly useful data about customer behavior, needs, and motivations. In this non-technical book for executives, business owners, and marketers, search engine strategy guru Vanessa Fox—who created Google's portal for site owners, Google Webmaster Central—explains what every marketer or business owner needs to understand about search rankings, search data, comprehensive search strategies, and integrating your strategy into the businesses processes. Updated statistics, tools, and recommendations Details about the latest changes from Google, Bing, and the overall search landscape Explanation and recommendations related to Google's substantial new search algorithm, know as "Panda" Discussion of the changing landscape of the integration of search and social media, including the addition of Google+ to the mix Traditional marketing isn't enough anymore. Businesses need to evolve as customer behavior evolves. Marketing in the Age of Google shows you how.
Category: Business & Economics

Advertising Age

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ISBN : OCLC:812476853
Genre : Advertising
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Category: Advertising

Global Brand Strategy

Author : Jan-Benedict Steenkamp
ISBN : 9781349949946
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 43.94 MB
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Steenkamp introduces the global brand value chain and explains how brand equity factors into shareholder value. The book equips executives with techniques for developing strategy, organizing execution, and measuring results so that your brand will prosper globally. What sets strong global brands apart? First, they generate more than half their revenue and most of their growth outside their home market. Secondly, their brand equity is responsible for a massive percentage of their firm’s market value. Third, they operate as single brands everywhere on the planet. We find them in B2C and B2B industries, among large and small companies, and among established companies and new businesses. The stewards of these brands have a set of skills and knowledge that sets them apart from the typical corporate marketer. So what’s their secret? In a world that is globalizing, but not yet globalized, how do you build a powerful global brand that resonates universally but also accommodates local nuances? How do you ensure that it is dynamic and flexible enough to change at market speed? World-class marketing expert Jan-Benedict Steenkamp has studied global brands for over 25 years on six continents. He has distilled their practices into eight tools that you can start using today. With case studies from around the world, Steenkamp’s book is provocative and timely. Global Brand Strategy speaks to three types of B2C and B2B managers: those who want to strengthen already strong global brands, those who want to launch their brands globally and get results, and those who need to revive their global brand and stop the bleeding.
Category: Business & Economics

Principles Of Marketing For A Digital Age

Author : Tracy L. Tuten
ISBN : 9781526485373
Genre : Business & Economics
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Student-led in its design and development, the book incorporates digital marketing as central to what marketers do, and combines quality examples, assessment and online resources to support the teaching and learning of introductory marketing in a digital age. The author integrates digital and social media marketing throughout the chapters and through student involvement in the development of it, the text has been made to be approachable and to appeal to students, with infographics, numerous images, and an engaging writing style. It facilitates the “flipped” approach to classroom teaching and is supported by a number of features and activities in every chapter, encouraging students to undertake course reading, class participation and revision. It includes case studies from global companies such as Nutella, Google, L’Oreal, Netflix, Airbnb, BirchBox, Uber, FitBit, Visit California and Coca-Cola. It also takes a social view of marketing, featuring cases tied to the UN’s PRME initiative to aid students in becoming sustainably-minded individuals. The book is complemented by online instructor resources, including chapter-specific PowerPoint slides, an instructor manual, flipped classroom activities, as well as open access multiple choice questions (with solutions), videos, case studies, weblinks, a glossary and SAGE journal articles for students. To find out more and for a quick sneak peek, watch our video on the book's story.
Category: Business & Economics

Marketing In The Digital Age

Author : Eric D Schulz
ISBN : 1078159998
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Artificial intelligence, marketing automation and digital marketing tools help marketers target and reach consumers more effectively than ever before.There's a lot to understand in this new high-tech environment - social influencers, contextual digital ads, search engine optimization, paid search, Google Display Network, Facebook, pay-per-click, keyword auctions, programmatic advertising, social media marketing, walled gardens, email marketing, texting, mobile marketing, native advertising, content marketing, Amazon and more.This book is designed to help you understand and make sense of digital marketing innovation and how it integrates with traditional marketing best practices and strategies, creating a framework that will help you develop and execute successful marketing plans in this digital-first world.

The Invisible Brand Marketing In The Age Of Automation Big Data And Machine Learning

Author : William Ammerman
ISBN : 9781260441260
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 74.31 MB
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Marketers are harnessing the enormous power of AI to drive unprecedented results The world of marketing is undergoing major change. Sophisticated algorithms can test billions of marketing messages and measure results, and shift the weight of campaigns—all in real time. What’s next? A complete transformation of marketing as we know it, where machines themselves design and implement customized advertising tactics at virtually every point of digital contact. The Invisible Brand provides an in-depth exploration of the risks and rewards of this epochal shift—while delivering the information and insight you need to stay ahead of the game. Renowned technologist William Ammerman draws from his decades of experience at the forefront of digital marketing to provide a roadmap to our data-driven future. You’ll learn how data and AI will forge a new level of persuasiveness and influence for reshaping consumers’ buying decisions. You’ll understand the technology behind these changes and see how it is already at work in digital assistants, recommendation engines and digital advertising. And you’ll find unmatched insight into how to harness the power of artificial intelligence for maximum results. As we enter the age of mass customization of messaging, power and influence will go to those who know the consumer best. Whether you are a marketing executive or concerned citizen, The Invisible Brand provides everything you need to understand how brands are harnessing the extraordinary amounts of data at their disposal—and capitalizing on it with AI.
Category: Business & Economics

The Age Of Persuasion

Author : Terry Edward O'Reilly
ISBN : 9781459609358
Genre : Advertising
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Stop to consider the culture of the 21st century: Each morning, you might hear a half-dozen ads on the radio before your feet touch the floor. Staggering out of bed, you'll pass brand logos on your clothing and in your bathroom. By the end of the day, hundreds - perhaps thousands - of marketing messages have targeted you. And yet so little is understood about how marketing affects our lives, our society, and our world.Enter Terry O'Reilly and Mike Tennant, the ad men behind The Age of Persuasion, the popular radio show broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Sirius Radio. They have made it their mission to share the back-room story of modern marketing, entertaining asides and all:''think of advertisers as millions of ants in a colony, each working hard and each with its own objective. Except that in this colony, every single ant is competing against the others. That's the ad business. Almost every ad you see, hear, and otherwise experience is competing for a piece of your imagination. And like any cross-section of humanity, the vast, worldwide advertising community is diverse: composed of geniuses and idiots, saints and buffoons, and everything in between.''From the early players to the Mad Men of the 1960s and beyond, O'reilly and Tennant offer insights into a rapidly evolving industry. Smart and funny, The Age of Persuasion provides an entertaining - and eye-opening - look at a world driven by marketing.
Category: Advertising


Author : Philip Kotler
ISBN : 0814415210
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 88.92 MB
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We have entered into an entirely new era, an age of increasingly frequent and intense periods of turbulence in the global economy. Unlike past recessions, today's crises have precipitated a need for businesses to develop a new mindset, one that takes into account intermittent periods of disturbance, allowing them to thrive while under the constant threat of chaos. Complete with metrics and measurements, Chaotics outlines a powerful new system for managing waves of uncertainty affecting customers, employees, and other stakeholders. In this climate of increased turbulence, no organization can survive with less.
Category: Business & Economics

Lic Of India In Global Age

Author : Amarendra Narayan Amar
ISBN : 9380525184
Genre : Life insurance
File Size : 66.66 MB
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Category: Life insurance

Performance Marketing With Google Analytics

Author : Sebastian Tonkin
ISBN : 1118076702
Genre : Computers
File Size : 59.25 MB
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An unparalleled author trio shares valuable advice for using Google Analytics to achieve your business goals Google Analytics is a free tool used by millions of Web site owners across the globe to track how visitors interact with their Web sites, where they arrive from, and which visitors drive the most revenue and sales leads. This book offers clear explanations of practical applications drawn from the real world. The author trio of Google Analytics veterans starts with a broad explanation of performance marketing and gets progressively more specific, closing with step-by-step analysis and applications. Features in-depth examples and case studies on how to increase revenue from search advertising, optimize an existing website, prioritize channels and campaigns, access brand health and more Discusses how to communicate with a webmaster or developer to assist with installation Addresses Google's conversion-oriented tools, including AdWords and AdSense, Google trends, Webmaster tools, search-based keyword tools, and more Touches on brand tracking studies, usability research, competitive analysis, and statistical tools Throughout the book, the main emphasis is demonstrating how you can best use Google Analytics to achieve your business objectives. Foreword by Avinash Kaushik Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Category: Computers

The End Of Marketing

Author : Carlos Gil
ISBN : 9780749497590
Genre : Business & Economics
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Social networks are the new norm and traditional marketing is failing in today's digital, always-on culture. Businesses across the world are having to face up to how they remain relevant in the choppy waters of the digital ocean. In an era where a YouTube star gets more daily impressions than Nike, Coca-Cola and Walmart combined, traditional marketing as we know it is dead. The End of Marketing revolutionizes the way brands, agencies and marketers should approach marketing. From how Donald Trump won the American presidency using social media and why Kim Kardashian is one of the world's biggest online brands, through to the impact of bots and automation, this book will teach you about new features and emerging platforms that will engage customers and employees. Discover bold content ideas, hear from some of the world's largest brands and content creators and find out how to build smarter paid-strategies, guaranteed to help you dominate your markets. The End of Marketing explains that no matter how easy it is to reach potential customers, the key relationship between brand and consumer still needs the human touch. Learn how to put 'social' back into social media and claim brand relevancy in a world where algorithms dominate, organic reach is dwindling and consumers don't want to be sold to, they want to be engaged.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : Jeffrey K. Rohrs
ISBN : 9781118825570
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 51.43 MB
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Proprietary audience development is now a core marketingresponsibility. Every company needs audiences to survive. They are whereyou find new customers and develop more profitablerelationships. And yet, most companies today treat theiremail, mobile, and social media audiences like afterthoughtsinstead of the corporate assets they are. With AUDIENCE, Jeff Rohrs seeks to change this dynamicthrough adoption of The Audience Imperative. Thispowerful mandate challenges all companies to use their paid, owned,and earned media to not only sell in the short-term but alsoincrease the size, engagement, and value of their proprietaryaudiences over the long-term. As content marketing professionals have discovered, the days of“build it and they will come” are long gone. Ifyou’re looking for a way to gain a lasting advantage overyour competition, look no further and start building your email,Facebook, Google, Instagram, mobile app, SMS, Twitter, website, andYouTube audiences to last.
Category: Business & Economics

The New Marketing

Author : Cheryl Burgess
ISBN : 1526490110
Genre :
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In our hyper-connected world that is changing at warp speed, marketers recognize the need to shift from traditional marketing methods to a new way that can help them better navigate the unpredictable environment. For traditionalists, this change has posed a challenge. Many have tried to incorporate new approaches into the old models they grew up with, only to be frustrated with the results. From the bestselling authors of The Social Employee, and LinkedIn Learning course authors, comes a powerful new textbook that cracks the marketing code in our hyper-focused digital age. The New Marketing, with contributions spanning CMO trailblazers to martech disruptors, behavioral economics luminaries at Yale to leading marketing thinkers at Kellogg and Wharton, is a GPS for navigating in a digital world and moves the craft of marketing through the forces of marketing transformation. We can't predict the future. But our goal is to help make MBA students and marketing practitioners future-ready and successful.

No More Next Time

Author : John Oxford
ISBN : 1641842997
Genre :
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With consumers being distracted by competing messages more than ever and the friction of making a purchase becoming less and less, how do you market your brand to grab attention and convert your audience?In No More Next Time, you'll learn about how the Four Cs of Content, Connection, Conversion, and Campaigns can take your brand to the next level and make you a successful marketer.From case studies to clear tactical examples, this book is for you if you want to learn: Why content is the king of modern marketingHow to create content for maximum brand exposureTo harness your content to create connection with your audienceTo choose the right channel to connect your brand to your targetHow to make your content and connections move into conversionsAbout wrapping all of your marketing into campaigns that win.If you cannot grab your audience's attention, there will be No More Next Time

Data First Marketing

Author : Janet Driscoll Miller
ISBN : 9781119701217
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 52.75 MB
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Supercharge your marketing strategy with data analytics In Data-First Marketing: How to Compete & Win in the Age of Analytics, distinguished authors Miller and Lim demystify the application of data analytics to marketing in any size business. Digital transformation has created a widening gap between what the CEO and business expect marketing to do and what the CMO and the marketing organization actually deliver. The key to unlocking the true value of marketing is data – from actual buyer behavior to targeting info on social media platforms to marketing’s own campaign metrics. Data is the next big battlefield for not just marketers, but also for the business because the judicious application of data analytics will create competitive advantage in the Age of Analytics. Miller and Lim show marketers where to start by leveraging their decades of experience to lay out a step-by-step process to help businesses transform into data-first marketing organizations. The book includes a self-assessment which will help to place your organization on the Data-First Marketing Maturity Model and serve as a guide for which steps you might need to focus on to complete your own transformation. Data-First Marketing: How to Compete & Win in the Age of Analytics should be used by CMOs and heads of marketing to institute a data-first approach throughout the marketing organization. Marketing staffers can pick up practical tips for incorporating data in their daily tasks using the Data-First Marketing Campaign Framework. And CEOs or anyone in the C-suite can use this book to see what is possible and then help their marketing teams to use data analytics to increase pipeline, revenue, customer loyalty – anything that drives business growth.
Category: Business & Economics

Marketing Strategy In The Digital Age Applying Kotler S Strategies To Digital Marketing

Author : Tiger Cao
ISBN : 9789811216992
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 29.23 MB
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The market changes faster than marketing. In essence, marketing strategy has undergone only two eras, the entity era and the bit era, also known as the industrial age and the digital age. In the age of digital society, all CEOs, CMOs and senior marketing executives must consider how to change their strategies, improve the role of marketing and adopt emerging technological and data tools to integrate with the Internet. The goal of digital marketing strategy is not to disrupt existing marketing strategies, but to complement, integrate and develop the two at the same time.In this book, the authors provide detailed discussion and practical analysis on the relationship between marketing and digital technologies and propose a marketing implementation framework for digital strategy platforms. Standing for Recognize, Reach, Relationship and Return, the 4R system is a powerful strategic trading tool for digital implementation, especially for CEOs and CMOs. All other tools, such as data platforms, content marketing, DSP digital advertising and digital marketing ROI design essentially serve the 4R system. As such, the authors advocate for firms to restructure their digital marketing strategy around the 4R system.
Category: Business & Economics

Marketing In The Digital Age

Author : John O'Connor
ISBN : PSU:000044540968
Genre : Business & Economics
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The second edition of this text has been thoroughly revised and updated. New features include extra material on e-commerce, customer retention, sales-force automation and loyalty. A Website linked to the book guides students to other relevant sites.
Category: Business & Economics