Business & Economics

Branded Interactions

Author: Marco Spies

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 362

View: 386

An invaluable source of inspiration for anyone involved with or interested in the design of interactive brands
Business & Economics

Branded Interactions

Author: Marco Spies

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 352

View: 726

This illustrated, extensively updated guide focuses on branded interaction design (BIxD), the brand-oriented design of interactive applications.
Augmented reality

BX

Author: Moses Michael Araujo

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Augmented reality

Page: 65

View: 536

"Traditional forms of experiential marketing have been interrupted by augmented reality. As augmented reality continues to grow, a new ecosystem for brand interactions has revealed a world of branded augmented content or “BX”. BX is a concept design that creates a personalized, immersive connection between brand and user through four AR filters."--Abstract.
Business & Economics

Handbook of Integrated CSR Communication

Author: Sandra Diehl

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 501

View: 548

This handbook pursues an integrated communication approach. Drawing on the various fields of organizational communication and their relevance for CSR, it addresses innovative topics such as big data, social media, and the convergence of communication channels, as well as the roles they play in a successfully integrated CSR communication program. Further aspects covered include the analysis of sector-specific, cross-cultural, and ethical challenges related to the effective communication of CSR. This handbook is unique in its consistent focus on integrated communication. It is of interest not only for the scientific discourse, but will also benefit those corporations that not only seek to operate in a socially responsible manner, but also to communicate their efforts to their various stakeholders. Besides its significant value for researchers and professionals, the book can also be used as a reference for undergraduate and graduate students interested in successful CSR communication.
Design

Interaction Design

Author: Jamie Steane

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Design

Page: 232

View: 568

Interaction Design explores common pitfalls, effective workflows and innovative development techniques in contemporary interaction design by tracking projects from initial idea to the critical and commercial reception of the finished project. The book is divided into six chapters, each focusing on different aspects of the interaction design industry. Exploring design projects from around the world, the authors include examples of the processes and creative decisions behind: – Apps, games and websites – Responsive branding – Complex, large-scale services – Interactive museum installations – Targeted promotions – Digital products which influence real-world situations Each case study includes behind-the-scenes development design work, interviews with key creatives and workshop projects to help you start implementing the techniques and working practices discussed in your own interaction design projects. From immersive tourist experiences, to apps which make day-to-day life easier, the detailed coverage of the design process shows how strategists, creatives and technologists are working with interactive technologies to create the engaging projects of the future.
Business & Economics

Branded Lives

Author: Matthew J. Brannan

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 246

'Branded Lives explodes the myth that a brand must, or even can stand for one unified, easily communicated message. While warning of the dangers of managing to preserve this myth, the book also celebrates the plurality of brand meanings generated by those employed to serve both the brand and the customer. I recommend reading this book in its entirety. If you are like me, your reading will bring a refreshing fullness to the experience of brands and branding and many new insights.' Mary Jo Hatch, University of Virginia, USBranded Lives explores the increasingly popular concept of employee branding as a new form of employment relationship based on brand representation. In doing so it examines the ways in which the production and consumption of meaning at work are increasingly mediated by the brand.This insightful collection draws on qualitative empirical studies in a range of contexts to include services, retail and manufacturing organizations. The contributors explore the nuances of employee branding from various disciplinary standpoints such as: organization studies, marketing, human resource management and industrial relations. They take a critical perspective on work and organizations and document the lived experience of work and employment under branded conditions. In investigating the extent to which a variety of organizational strategies seek to mould workplace meanings and practices to further build and sustain brand value and the effectiveness of these in terms of employee responses, the authors question whether the attempt to 'brand' workers' lives actually enhances or diminishes the meaning and experience of work.Based on in-depth qualitative, ethnographic and case study research this compendium will prove essential for researchers working within the general area of employment studies and specifically on branded employment and work. Students in marketing, human resource management and management as well as HR and marketing practitioners interested in employee branding will also find this book relevant and stimulating.
Business & Economics

Engaging Consumers through Branded Entertainment and Convergent Media

Author: Parreno, Jose Marti

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 354

View: 181

Branded entertainment is gaining popularity within marketing communications strategies. Blurring the lines between advertisements and editorial content, branded marketing provides advertisers and consumers with highly engaging media content that benefits them both. Engaging Consumers through Branded Entertainment and Convergent Media provides an interdisciplinary approach to connecting with the consumer through branding strategies in the entertainment and media fields. Featuring information regarding emergent research and techniques, this publication is a critical reference source for academics, university teachers, researchers and post-graduate students, as well as universities, advertising agencies, marketing directors, brand managers, and professionals interested in the usage and benefits of branded entertainment.
Business & Economics

BrandDigital

Author: Allen P. Adamson

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 121

Since the publication of his previous best-selling title, BrandSimple, Allen P. Adamson has studied and worked with companies as they've experimented with and integrated digital initiatives into their branding mix. In his new book, BrandDigtial, he clearly demonstrates that in an environment where everything is transparent, brand professionals have unprecedented opportunities to learn more about their customers, and to deliver brand experiences that meet customer expectations better than ever before. Based on over 100 interviews with leaders in both the branding and digital technology industries, Adamson drives home his point by using case studies and first-hand, in-market examples from companies including Hewlett-Packard, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Nike, Ameriprise, Burger King, PepsiCo, and General Mills. Along with putting into proper context the role Google, YouTube, Second Life, social media, and blogs play in the branding process, Adamson shows how the best companies are taking advantage of evolving digital technology and its associated behavior to build stronger bonds with their customers and stronger, more responsive brands.
Education

Selling School

Author: Catherine DiMartino

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 195

View: 359

This timely book outlines the growth and development of marketing and branding practices in public education. The authors highlight why these practices have become important across key fields within public education, including leadership and governance, budgeting and finance, strategic initiatives, use of new technology, the role of teachers in marketing, and messaging. From an organizational perspective, they explore the implications of edvertising on the democratic mission of public education, especially as related to issues of equity and access for students who have been historically underserved. The authors argue that expansive marketing campaigns, unequal funding sources, and lack of regulation are quickly and profoundly reshaping public education without the benefit of robust research or public debate. Selling School is important reading for principals navigating increasingly marketized school systems, for policymakers constructing legislation, and for parents negotiating school choice. “DiMartino and Jessen are right in their prescient discussion of the muddling of public and private models in public education through marketing.” —From the Foreword by Christopher Lubienski, Indiana University, Bloomington “This book pioneers new ground as the authors move the literature on the marketization of education into a more nuanced analysis of how branding discourses and practices have entered the logic of public schooling.” —Gary L. Anderson, New York University “Essential for readers interested in learning about how private sector practices affect the functions of public schools.” —Janelle Scott, University of California, Berkeley
Business & Economics

What is a 21st Century Brand?

Author: Nick Kendall

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

View: 202

What is a 21st Century Brand? How is it changing? What is critical now? What are the new mantras and principles? What are the new ideas for how to do it? What do you believe and what would you do therefore? This book features 20 of the best papers produced during the 10 years of The IPA Excellence Diploma. Each is a fresh, original and uniquely personal perspective from the new generation of leaders across creative, media and digital agencies. Produced in partnership with internationally recognised advertising body, the IPA, they are accompanied by commentary from leading industry thinkers including Stephen Woodford, Mark Earls, David Wilding and Ian Priest, and edited by Nick Kendall. Together they offer you multiple perspectives and the opportunity for you to challenge yourself to consider what you believe. Structured as 20 provocations written in the form of 'I believe... and therefore...', the essays are organised into three sections: - What is a brand? - How should we engage to build them? - How should we organise to deliver? Highlighting that today's most successful agencies are those which are embracing the new ways in which we consume content, What is a 21st Century Brand? delivers cutting-edge thinking across all areas of advertising practice. If you want to take time to think about the real fundamentals of what we do as a business -create and build brands- this book will be all the stimulation you would want.
Business & Economics

The Routledge Companion to the Future of Marketing

Author: Luiz Moutinho

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 474

View: 402

Marketing has changed substantially in the last few years. With more and more research conducted in marketing and consumer behaviour fields, and technological advances and applications occurring on a regular basis, the future of marketing opens up a world of exciting opportunities. Going beyond a state-of-the-art view of the discipline, this innovative volume focuses on the advances being made in many different areas such as; critical thinking, new paradigms, novel conceptualisations, as well as key technological innovations with a direct impact on the theory and practice of marketing. Each chapter presents an expert overview, and an analytical and engaging discussion of the topic, as well as introducing a specific research agenda paving the way for the future. The Routledge Companion to the Future of Marketing provides the reader with a comprehensive set of visionary insights into the future of marketing. This prestigious collection aims to challenge the mindset of marketing scholars, transforming current thinking into new perspectives and advances in marketing knowledge. Foreword Wayne S. DeSarbo, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State Univerity, USA "The Future of Marketing" presents 22 different chapters written by some of the top scholars in the field of Marketing. These 22 chapters are organized into four topical areas: (1) New paradigms and philosophical insights (Chapters 1-5), (2) Contributions from other scientific fields (Chapters 6-9), (3) Reconnecting with consumers and markets (Chapters 10-17), and (4) New methodological insights in scholarly research in the field (Chapters 18-22). Thus, there are a number of diverse areas treated here ranging from futuristic managerial philosophies to state of the art qualitative and quantitative methodologies applicable to the various types of Marketing problems to be faced in the future. There are a number of implicit guidelines (and future research areas and needs) that can be gleaned for (quantitative) modelers in terms of the issues and considerations that their constructed models should explicitly accommodate in future empirical endeavors: Heterogeneity When modeling consumer perceptions, preferences, utility structures, choices, etc., it is important to avoid potential masking issues that aggregate models are subject to in many cases. In the simple case, consider a regression scenario where there are two equal sized segments whose utility functions (as a function of price) are opposite reflections of each other. Aggregating the sample in one large analysis yields a non-significant price elasticity coefficient, whereas estimating separate utility functions by segment displays the true structure in the data. While latent structure and hierarchical Bayesian methods have been developed for disaggregate analyses, a number of methodological issues exist with such existent approaches that provide fertile ground for future research. Competition Many quantitative models are estimated at a brand level and reflect only the efforts of that sole brand. For example, in many customer satisfaction studies, attention is often paid to the consumers of a particular client brand or service in an effort to portray their performance and derive the important drivers of satisfaction. Financial optimization models are then often constructed to examine where a company should invest its resources to best improve sales, retention, word of mouth, loyalty, etc. These studies need to occur in a fully competitive setting where one derives a full picture of the competitive market place. Managers need to know the relative importance of the drivers of satisfaction for their brand/service as well as for their competitors. In addition, knowledge of the relative performance of their brand relative to competitors is necessary information for strategy formation. Ideally, one would hope to see modeling efforts which also examine cross effects in terms of how Brand A’s policy affects other brands. Over time, competitive dynamics are also important as discussed next. Dynamics As seen in the various chapters, this can assume many different manifestations. Related to the previous category above related to competition, it is often necessary to examine competitive dynamics as opposed to comparative statics where the modeler of the future examines simultaneous and/or sequential optimization by each of the competitors in a market place in a game theoretic context. In such a manner, it will not be the case that all competitors end up enacting the same exact identical strategies. Alternatively, the models of the future should be adaptive and have the ability to "learn" from past data, as well as benefit from informed managerial expert input and constraints. Parameter values that change/adapt during the duration of the data are also a desirable feature. Non-Linearity Traditional linear response functions do not typically yield realistic normative managerial guidelines or optimized solutions. End point solutions that suggest "all or none" types of resource allocations are useless in most realistic Marketing applications. A large amount of work is required in this area as Marketing often lacks the strong theory necessary to provide such insight regarding the models that are constructed. In addition, multiple objective functions need to be accommodated with the use of multicriterion optimization methods Endogeneity Often times, there are hidden effects embedded in the various independent variables the Marketer believes are exogenous and truly independent. These may be due to effect of lagged variables, managerial decision making practice, etc. To ignore such effects, threatens the integrity of the models Marketers construct. For example, in traditional regression models, such endogeneity often produces a correlation between the independent variable in question and the error term, often resulting in biased estimates when employing ordinary least-squares estimation. Moderation/Mediation There are times particularly in regression approaches where the relationships between two variables are affected by values of a third variable. In such cases, we need to employ selected interaction effects to measure such moderated effects. Interaction effects are often needed to model the synergistic or catalytic effects of various independent variables. Alternatively, in a mediation regression model, rather than hypothesizing a direct causal relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable, a mediational model hypothesizes that the independent variable influences the mediator variable, which in turn influences the dependent variable. Thus, such moderator and mediator variables serve to clarify the nature of the relationship between the independent and dependent variables. Marketers need to be aware of such potential inter-relationships. Models Guided by Theory Ideally, the models we construct should be more than just data analytic structures which approximate the relationships found in the data. Where possible, models should be constructed on the basis of available sound Marketing theory describing the process being modeled. One of the advantages of structural equation models is that one can utilize such a methodology to test and implement some a priori theory describing the relationship or causal nature of various inter-related constructs. This feature has been lacking in the general modeling efforts to date. A major reason for this is due to the lack of adequate theory development for most of the processes encountered in Marketing. For example, we have no solid Marketing theory regarding the structure of marketing mix response models. Thus progress must be advanced in such areas so that the models we construct are more robust and explainable. I wish to personally thank the co-editors and various authors of the "Future of Marketing" for opening the door to get a glimpse of the future in the field of Marketing. The hope is that this new book will provide fresh ideas to guide future research to improve the field of Marketing and define the next generation of research efforts as the torch gets passed to future generations.
Business

The Economics of Abundance

Author: Brendan Sheehan

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business

Page: 224

View: 659

This book addresses the challenge posed by J.K. Galbraith over fifty years ago to make a constructive contribution to a different style of economic analysis - the economics of abundance. It identifies a system of abundance inhabited by the ?people of plenty? and illustrates that the driver of growth in this system is spending by affluent consumers. This timely book provides essential heterodox economic theory to explain this spending and explore its key drivers and constraints.
Business & Economics

Interaction of Design and Brand. A literature review and analysis

Author: Mareike Schröder

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 48

View: 636

Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,0, University of Mannheim, course: Marketing Research Seminar, language: English, abstract: This seminar paper introduces definitions for design and brand on which to base this research. Next, the brand personality concept and important Gestalt principles will be outlined to serve as a theoretic foundation for the literature overview. This main chapter is divided into two sub points: the first dealing with the interaction of design and brand, examining separately the interaction of brand with corporate, packaging and product design respectively; and the second treating the influence of these interactions on product evaluation and purchase intention. In the conclusion central results of the paper will be discussed and implications for further research and practitioners will be depicted.
Business & Economics

Global Branding: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 969

View: 837

To survive in today’s competitive and globalized business environment, marketing professionals must look to develop innovative methods of reaching their customers and stakeholders. Examining the relationship between culture and marketing can provide companies with the data they need to expand their reach and increase their profits. Global Branding: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice provides international insights into marketing strategies and techniques employed to create and sustain a globally recognized brand. Highlighting a range of pertinent topics such as brand communication, consumer engagement, and product innovation, this publication is an ideal reference source for business executives, marketing professionals, business managers, academicians, and researchers actively involved in the marketing industry.
Social Science

Routledge Handbook of Humanitarian Communication

Author: Lilie Chouliaraki

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 486

View: 799

The Routledge Handbook of Humanitarian Communication is an authoritative and comprehensive guide to research in the academic sub-field of humanitarian communication. It is broadly focused on communication that presents human vulnerability as a cause for public concern and encompasses communication with respect to humanitarian aid and development as well as human rights and "humanitarian" wars. Recent years have seen the expansion of critical scholarship on humanitarian communication across a range of academic fields, sharing recognition of the centrality of media and communications to our understanding of humanitarianism as an agent of transnational power, global governance and cosmopolitan solidarity. The Handbook brings into dialogue these diverse fields, their theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches as well as the public debates that lie at the heart of the contemporary politics of humanitarianism. It consolidates existing knowledge and maps out this emerging field as an important site of interdisciplinary knowledge production on media, communication and humanitarianism. As such, the Handbook is not simply a collection of texts sharing a similar theme. It is a coherent intellectual contribution which systematizes current critical scholarship in terms of Domains, Methods and Issues and sets an agenda of emerging and evolving research priorities in the field. Consisting of 26 chapters written by international scholars, who have contributed to laying the foundation of the field, this volume provides an essential guide to the key ideas, issues, concepts and debates of humanitarian communication.
Business & Economics

Digital Marketing

Author: Sudhir Sreedharan

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 100

View: 980

Omni channel is not just a fancier name for multi channel. It represents a truly new methodology that is customer centric and non linear. It provides a seamless experience to the customer no matter the channel they interact with. Marketing today is more about outcomes than interactions. Outcomes are what omni channel marketing is all about, putting the customer at the center of the brand experience so that engagement turns into revenue and loyalty. There are major people, process, and technology challenges with moving from multi channel to omni channel. This requires a real strategic focus and commitment. In this day and age, there is a proliferation of channels and tactics and it is highly recommended that you, as a marketer, need to have a broad understanding of all of this. To learn more you need to understand channels to some level of detail before embarking upon omni channel personalization.
Business & Economics

The Branded Mind

Author: Erik Du Plessis

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 425

The Branded Mind is about how people think, and particularly how people think about brands. It explores what we know about the structure of the brain, explains how the different parts of the brain interact, and then demonstrates how this relates to current marketing theories on consumer behaviour. It investigates developments in neuroscience and neuromarketing, and how brain science can contribute to marketing and brand building strategies. Including research by Millward Brown, one of the World's top market research companies, it touches on key topics such as the nature of feelings, emotions and moods, personality, measuring the brain, consumer behaviour and decision making and market segmentation.
Business & Economics

The Definitive Guide to Google AdWords

Author: Bart Weller

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 388

View: 475

There is one simple way to exponentially increase the amount of traffic coming to your website and the number of people aware of your product or service: through the use of Google AdWords and related marketing technologies. The Definitive Guide to Google AdWords will walk you through every step needed to maximize your marketing and advertising power. Everything related to the platforms are covered in detail—account setup, campaign creation, reporting, optimization, analytics, ad creation, mobile advertising, and much more. Learn to take full advantage of all of the marketing options available through AdWords, including: Geo-targeting, distribution, and placement of ads Advanced account management and budget strategies Keywords, metrics, and ROI management Tools such as Keywords Editor, Website Optimizer, and Conversion Optimizer Mobile marketing implementations and strategies Working with the various APIs available for developers With The Definitive Guide to Google AdWords, you will learn how AdWords works and how you can harness its power to increase your visibility and dramatically impact your potential for increased revenue.
Business & Economics

Branded Customer Service

Author: Janelle Barlow

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 264

View: 272

The author of the bestselling "A Complaint Is a Gift" explores building band equity through enhanced and focused customer service.