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Dipayan Biswas on Brand Management
 
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Dipayan Biswas, Assistant Professor of Marketing, is a brand-management expert who conducts research in areas such as behavioral decision theory and interactive marketing. He also has a special interest in the challenges faced by "brands in crisis." His research papers have been published, or are forthcoming, in the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Retailing and other publications.
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Part 1   MS6105   Brand Communities   001
 
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Agrawal, N. and Maheswaran, D. (2005) ‘The effects of self-construal and commitment on persuasion’, Journal of Consumer Research. 31(4), pp. 841-849 Ahonen, T.T. and Moore, A. (2005) Communities dominate brands: Business and marketing challenges for the 21st century. 2nd edn. London: Futuretext. Algesheimer, R., U.M. Dholakia, and A. Herrmann. (2005). The Social Influence of Brand Community: Evidence from European Car Clubs. Journal of Marketing 69, no. July: 19–34. Andalibi, N., Ozturk, P. and Forte, A. (2017) ‘Sensitive Self-disclosures, Responses, and Social Support on Instagram: The Case of #Depression’, Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing Pages, ACM, New York, pp. 1485-1500 Barnes, S. J. and Mattsson, J. (2011) ‘Exploring the fit of real brands in the Second Life1 virtual world’, Journal of Marketing Management. 27(9-10), pp934-958 Barnes, S. J., Mattsson, J. and Hartley, N. (2015) ‘Assessing the value of real-life brands in Virtual Worlds’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 92(1), pp12–24 Bulik, B. (2006) ‘Q+A with MySpace’s gold… or marketing on online steroids’, Advertising Age. 77(23), pp. 4-5 Casas, J. (2014) Facebook groups and online communities: 17 reasons why big brands are using them in their strategies. Available at: https://postcron.com/en/blog/facebook-groups-online-communities/ (Accessed: 14 February 2017) Constant, D., Sproull, L. and Kiestler, S. (1996) ‘The kindness of strangers: The usefulness of electronic weak ties for technical advice’, Organization Science. 7(2), pp. 119–135 Cohen, A.P. (1985) The symbolic construction of community. London: Tavistock Publications Cova, B. and White, T. (2010) ‘Counter-brand and alter-brand communities: the impact of Web 2.0 on tribal marketing approaches’, Journal of Marketing Management. 26(3), pp 256-270 Christodoulides, G. (2008) ‘Breaking free from the industrial age paradigm of branding’, Journal of Brand Management. 15(4), pp. 291-293 DaCunha, M. (2015). 10 Instagram Marketing Tips To Make People Love Your Brand Read more at http://www.business2community.com/instagram/10-instagram-marketing-tips-make-people-love-brand-01115446#XYg9pEX8KrVFU0Ku.99. Available: http://www.business2community.com/instagram/10-instagram-marketing-tips-make-people-love-brand-01115446#eYMegLdy1Pq5QLY3.97. Last accessed 16th February 2017. Digital Trends (2016) The history of social networking. Available at: http://www.digitaltrends.com/features/the-history-of-social-networking/ (Accessed: 13 February 2017) Freitas, F. D. and Almedia, V. M. C. (2017) ‘Theoretical model of engagement in the context of brand communities’, Brazilian Business Review (English Edition). 14(1), pp. 86-107 Fournier, S & Lee, L.. (2009). Getting Brand Communities Right. Available: https://hbr.org/2009/04/getting-brand-communities-right. Last accessed 14th February 2017. Granovetter, M. (1973) ‘The strength of weak ties’, American Journal of Sociology. 78(6), pp. 1360–1380 Gummerous, J., Liljander, V., Weman, E. and Pihlstrom, M. (2012) ‘Customer engagement in a Facebook brand community’, Management Research Review. 35(9), pp. 857-877 Hagel, J. and Armstrong, A (1997) Net gain: Expanding markets through virtual communities. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press Hansen, S. S. (2013) ‘Exploring real-brand meanings and goods in virtual-world social interaction: Enhanced rewards, rarity, and realism’, Journal of Marketing Management. 29(1), pp1443–1461 Hong, P. (2015) 10 Exceptional Examples Of Brand Communities. Available at: https://www.linkdex.com/en-gb/inked/10-exceptional-examples-of-brand-communities/ (Accessed: 9 February 2017) Instagram (2017) #chooseyourwinter. Available at: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/chooseyourwinter/ (Accessed: 20 February 2017) Kalehoff, M. (2006) Secret to Corporate MySpace Profiles. Available at: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/47609/secret-to-corporate-myspace-profiles.html (Accessed: 22 February 2017)
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Brand equity in the hearts and minds of consumers
 
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This is a brief summary of an academic paper, forthcoming at The Journal of Marketing. The authors investigate whether and how the equity of consumer product brands in the hearts and minds of consumers carries over into equity in the marketplace and into better response to the brand's marketing activity. Citation: Hannes Datta, Kusum L. Ailawadi, and Harald van Heerde. "How Well Does Consumer-Based Brand Equity Align with Sales-Based Brand Equity and Marketing Mix Response?," Journal of Marketing, forthcoming.
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Ajay Kohli: How to Get Published in Top Marketing Journals
 
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Ajay Kohli, AMA Fellow and former editor in chief of the Journal of Marketing, offers three tips getting published in top journals: (1) Clarify your key insight in a single sentence, (2) Use an extended abstract as a guide to keep your article on track, and (3) Find the right balance between precision and brevity.
David Aaker: The Anatomy of a Signature Story
 
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What are the four elements of an effective signature story? David Aaker, the Vice-Chairman of Prophet Brand Strategy and Professor Emeritus of Marketing Strategy at the Haas School of Business, is the winner of four career awards for contributions to the practice and science of marketing, the most recent being named to the NYAMA Marketing Hall of Fame. He has published over 100 articles and 17 books that have sold well over one million copies and include Strategic Market Management, Building Strong Brands, Brand Leadership (co-authored), Brand Portfolio Strategy, From Fargo to the World of Brands, Spanning Silos, Brand Relevance, and his latest book Aaker on Branding. Aaker has won awards for the best article in the California Management Review and (twice) in the Journal of Marketing. A recognized authority on brand strategy, he has been an active consultant and speaker throughout the world. A columnist for AMA’s Marketing News, he regularly blogs at davidaaker.com and LinkedIn. Aaker holds a BS in Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an MS in Statistics from Stanford University, and a PhD in Business Administration from Stanford University.
What is EMPLOYER BRANDING? What does EMPLOYER BRANDING mean? EMPLOYER BRANDING meaning & explanation
 
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What is EMPLOYER BRANDING? What does EMPLOYER BRANDING mean? EMPLOYER BRANDING meaning - EMPLOYER BRANDING definition - EMPLOYER BRANDING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Employer brand is the term commonly used to describe an organization's reputation as an employer, and its value proposition to its employees, as opposed to its more general corporate brand reputation and value proposition to customers. The term was first used in the early 1990s, and has since become widely adopted by the global management community. Minchington describes your employer brand as "the image of your organisation as a 'great place to work' in the mind of current employees and key stakeholders in the external market (active and passive candidates, clients, customers and other key stakeholders). The art and science of employer branding is therefore concerned with the attraction, engagement and retention initiatives targeted at enhancing your company's employer brand." Just as a customer brand proposition is used to define a product or service offer, an employee value proposition or EVP is used to define an organisation's employment offer. Likewise the marketing disciplines associated with branding and brand management have been increasingly applied by the human resources and talent management community to attract, engage and retain talented candidates and employees, in the same way that marketing applies such tools to attracting and retaining clients, customers and consumers. The term "employer brand" was first publicly introduced to a management audience in 1990, and defined by Simon Barrow, chairman of People in Business, and Tim Ambler, Senior Fellow of London Business School, in the Journal of Brand Management in December 1996. This academic paper was the first published attempt to "test the application of brand management techniques to human resource management". Within this paper, Simon Barrow and Tim Ambler defined the employer brand as "the package of functional, economic and psychological benefits provided by employment, and identified with the employing company". By 2001, of 138 leading companies surveyed by the Conference Board in North America, 40% claimed to be actively engaged in some form of employer branding activity. In 2003, an employer brand survey conducted by the Economist among a global panel of readers revealed a 61% level of awareness of the term "employer brand" among HR professionals and 41% among non-HR professionals. The first book on the subject was published in 2005, and the second in 2006. In 2008, Jackie Orme, the Director General of the UK Chartered Institute of Personnel Directors confirmed the growing status of the discipline in her opening address to the CIPD annual conference, with the observation that: "When I started out in the profession, nobody talked about employer branding. Now it's absolutely integral to business strategy—resonating well beyond the doors of the HR department". Similar recognition of the growing importance of employer brand thinking and practice has also been recently in evidence in the USA, Australia, Asia, and Europe, with the publication of numerous books on the subject. Employer brand management expands the scope of this brand intervention beyond communication to incorporate every aspect of the employment experience, and the people management processes and practices (often referred to as "touch-points") that shape the perceptions of existing and prospective employees. In other words, employer brand management addresses the reality of the employment experience and not simply its presentation. By doing so it supports both external recruitment of the right kind of talent sought by an organisation to achieve its goals, and the subsequent desire for effective employee engagement and employee retention.
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Mark Ritson - Electrical Marketing
 
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Full details can be found at https://www.mentorlist.com.au/podcast/mark-ritson-electrical-marketing-adjunct-professor-melbourne-business-school Find your next mentor at https://www.mentorlist.com/ Mark Ritson is Adjunct Professor of Marketing at Melbourne Business School and a Visiting Professor at Singapore Management University. He has a PhD in Marketing from Lancaster University and has been a faculty member at some of the world's leading business schools teaching on the MBA programs at London Business School, MIT Sloan, and the University of Minnesota. He is widely acknowledged as one of the world's best marketing instructors and has been the recipient of MBA teaching awards at LBS, MIT, SMU and MBS. Mark has worked globally as a private marketing consultant on projects ranging from brand strategy, market research, segmentation, CRM, marketing communications, brand acquisition, brand valuation and brand extension. His clients have included Baxter, Loewe, McKinsey, PepsiCo, Subaru, Eli Lilly, Donna Karan, Johnson & Johnson, De Beers, Sephora, Benefit, Amgen, Ericsson, Jurlique, Cloudy Bay, Unilever, KPMG and WD40. For thirteen years - from 2002 to 2015 - he served as in-house professor for LVMH - the world's largest luxury group - working with senior executives from brands like Louis Vuitton, Dom Perignon, Fendi, Tag Heuer, Dior and Hennessy. He has written a weekly column on branding for Marketing Week for over a decade. On 3 occasions he has been judged the Business Columnist of the Year at the PPA Press Awards, the highest award for magazine journalism in the UK. He is also a columnist for The Australian newspaper. His more scholarly publications include articles published in Sloan Management Review, Harvard Business Review, the Journal of Advertising, and the Journal of Consumer Research. He was the recipient of the Ferber Award in 2000, one of the most prestigious prizes in Marketing, for his doctoral thesis. In 2001. His co-authored research on pricing was cited by George Akerlof during his Nobel Prize acceptance speech. He is a Tasmanian by marriage and lives somewhere between there and the "mainland".
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Kris Jenner And The Business of The Kardashians
 
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Kris Jenner, mother and manager of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, sits with WSJ's Lee Hawkins for an exclusive interview on how the Kardashian empire operates. She discusses how their reality show, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" helps promote their brand and addresses the critics of her family. Usher discusses his new album HERE: http://bit.ly/M8uJlU Mario Lopez talks Ryan Seacrest HERE: http://bit.ly/KYZknO Watch Manny Pacquiao's exclusive WSJ interview HERE: http://bit.ly/KZyiNj Lee Hawkins interviews Soulja Boy, John Elway, Cee Lo Green and more HERE: http://bit.ly/LWstNg Subscribe to WSJ Live HERE: http://bit.ly/Kpz7Ab WSJ Live brings you original programming from The Wall Street Journal. Get news directly from The Wall Street Journal's 2,000 reporters across the globe. With exclusive video and daily live programming, you can stay on top of the latest in news, elections, markets, tech, opinion and lifestyle. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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Luxury Management | HKPolyUx on edX
 
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Take this course for free on edx.org: https://www.edx.org/course/luxury-management-0 Learn strategies and skills for managing luxury brands within the hotel and tourism industry. You will analyze the essence of a luxury brand and learn marketing techniques and trends to better position your services. You will learn how luxury brands are created and how to properly communicate the value of your brand. Concepts and applications will be introduced through textbooks, selected journal articles and field visits. Note that this course is priced at USD $198. What You Will Learn: Evaluate and discuss the essence of luxury brand management. Address the brand potential that exists in luxury activities, and how luxury-goods businesses should be conducted on a daily basis Analyze and critic the specificities of luxury goods marketing, the long term trends in the luxury industry and the changing shape and definition of the luxury sector Analyze and evaluate luxury brand management research journals Identify luxury brand and experience problems within the hotel and tourism context, and apply research skills and techniques to solve these problems Analyze and appraise related numerical and graphical data regarding managing luxury brand and experience, and develop solutions for industry practitioners
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Luxury Management | HKPolyUx on edX
 
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Take this course on edx.org: https://www.edx.org/course/luxury-management-hkpolyux-htm-541x-2 About this course: Learn strategies and skills for managing luxury brands within the hotel and tourism industry. You will analyze the essence of a luxury brand and learn marketing techniques and trends to better position your services. You will learn how luxury brands are created and how to properly communicate the value of your brand. Concepts and applications will be introduced through textbooks, selected journal articles and field visits. Note that this course is priced at USD $150. What You Will Learn: Evaluate and discuss the essence of luxury brand management. Address the brand potential that exists in luxury activities, and how luxury-goods businesses should be conducted on a daily basis Analyze and critic the specificities of luxury goods marketing, the long term trends in the luxury industry and the changing shape and definition of the luxury sector Analyze and evaluate luxury brand management research journals Identify luxury brand and experience problems within the hotel and tourism context, and apply research skills and techniques to solve these problems Analyze and appraise related numerical and graphical data regarding managing luxury brand and experience, and develop solutions for industry practitioners
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Brand Visibility   Venture Marketing Project
 
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For the course Venture Marketing, we wanted to create a video which gives a clear view of the brand visibility of Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. We would like to take the viewers on some sort of journey through the concept of brand visibility via a presentation shaped like a social network, since social media play a large role within our video. We first start with the introduction of a brand, branding and what brand visibility actually is. Then we focus on how to accomplish and maintain brand visibility. To close off, we provide our expectations for the future and a word of advice by one of our respondents. References: Chip Heath, D. H. (2007). Made To Stick. New York, U.S.A.: Random House. Levy, S. (2014). Tweet Naked (A bare-all social media strategy for boosting your brand and your business). Irvine, California, U.S.A.: Entrepreneur Press. Kotler, P. & G. Armstrong (2013). Principles of Marketing, Global Edition (15th ed.), Harlow, Essex: Pearson Education Limited. ISBN: 9781783990092. Bogart, L., & Lehmann, C. (1973). What makes a brand name familiar? Journal of Marketing Research, 10(1), 17-22. Botha, E.; Farshid, M.; Pitt, L. (2011). How sociable? An exploratory study of university brand visibility in social media. South African Journal of Business Management, 42(2), 43-51. Berthon et al. (2010). Luxury Wine Brand Visibility in Social Media: an Exploratory Study. Berthon, P., M. T. Ewing, & J.Napoli (2008). "Brand Management in Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises", Journal of Small Business Management, Volume 46 Issue 1, pp. 27--45. Ahonen M. (2008). "Branding - does it even exist among SMEs?", Proceedings of the 16th Nordic Conference on Small Business Research, May 21st -23rd 2008, Tallinn, Estonia. The Harris Poll 2014 RQ: (Summary Report: A Survey of the U.S. General Public Using the Reputation Quotient®). The Nielsen Company. Music from YouTube-user 'TheWooWooKid1's channel': youtube.com/channel/UCg6l0km4t3DDiF609G9ntIQ Special thanks to Hans Blankestijn (Trapese ITS) and Michiel van der Pol (Tax4You) for participating in our interviews and contributing to this video.
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The paradox of brand experience: Josh Miles at TEDxPurdueU 2014
 
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Josh Miles is a caffeine and Twitter addict, and the principal and founder of Indianapolis-based branding firm, Miles Design. His role at Miles Design consists of driving brand strategy, business development, and firm-wide marketing. Josh was recently honored as one of the Indianapolis Business Journal's "40 Under 40", and is the author of the book "Bold Brand: The New Rules for Differentiating, Branding, and Marketing Your Professional Services Firm". His work includes consultancy to various professional services firms including architecture firms, legal practices, engineering offices, software companies, and startups. Josh lives in Indianapolis with his wife and two ridiculously cute kiddos. B.A., Advertising & Visual Communications Design, Purdue University, 1999 More information at www.tedxpurdueu.com In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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How to Have the Best Brand
 
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Advice and insights on how you or your company can have the best brand from Edward Segal, former marketing strategies columnist for The Wall Street Journal's StartUpJournal.com. Segal is the author of two PR handbooks, including Getting Your 15 Minutes of Fame (John Wiley & Sons) and the Profit by Publicity series that feature a how-to book, audio book, and live and online classes.
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Profile Defenders Tips for Reputation and Brand Management in 2014
 
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Search Engine Journal's Murray Newlands interviews Richart Ruddie from Profile Defenders at Affiliate Summit West 2014.
Corporate Cuckery to Counterfeit Customers
 
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Alliteration. Recently, we talked about Papa John's removing their namesake and founder from the board of directors and their promotional material because he said a naughty word, but that incident is far from isolated. There have been seemingly countless cases of companies bowing down and submitting to the demands of any customer who even whisper the word dreaded r-word allegation. Is it good for business long term to bend over backward for bad actors? It might seem obvious, but lets look at some information on company's that have done just that, as well as data on larceny, fraud, and shoplifting and the actual cost of capitulation. You can Gib Shekels Here: https://www.patreon.com/AydinPaladin https://streamlabs.com/aydinpaladin Merch Store: https://teespring.com/stores/altana-vault References: Blanco, C., Grant, J., Petry, N. M., Simpson, H. B., Alegria, A., Liu, S. M., & Hasin, D. (2008). Prevalence and correlates of shoplifting in the United States: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC). American Journal of Psychiatry, 165(7), 905-913. Dabney, D. A., Hollinger, R. C., & Dugan, L. (2004). Who actually steals? A study of covertly observed shoplifters. Justice Quarterly, 21(4), 693-728. Dabney, D. A., Dugan, L., Topalli, V., & Hollinger, R. C. (2006). The impact of implicit stereotyping on offender profiling: Unexpected results from an observational study of shoplifting. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 33(5), 646-674. Friedman, M. (1998). No one is always right, including the customer: Comments on" the customer is not always right". Journal of Business Ethics, 17(8), 883. Iacobucci, D., Grayson, K., & Ostrom, A. (1994). Customer satisfaction fables. Sloan Management Review, 35(4), 93-96. Kjelrulf, A. (2014, September 1). When the Customer Isnt Always Right. Security Dealer & Integrator. Sierra, J. J., Heiser, R. S., Williams, J. D., & Taute, H. A. (2010). Consumer racial profiling in retail environments: A longitudinal analysis of the impact on brand image. Journal of Brand Management, 18(1), 79-96. Sorell, T. (1994). The customer is not always right. Journal of Business Ethics, 13(11), 913-918. Links: https://goo.gl/9z9m5P https://goo.gl/6pVUko https://goo.gl/mXrHgv https://goo.gl/Ze9K1X https://goo.gl/y7nkwj https://goo.gl/avpDS5 https://goo.gl/L2hrFo https://goo.gl/JdixRe https://goo.gl/LLvpqj https://goo.gl/WzeaKu https://goo.gl/mCFDLX https://goo.gl/fJcJ5f https://goo.gl/Jbaach https://goo.gl/HhomCr https://goo.gl/7pgnnv
Views: 33514 Aydin Paladin
Consumer Brand Sabotage
 
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Video on our paper in the Journal of Marketing, May, 2016: When Consumers Wreak Havoc on Your Brand: The Phenomenon of Consumer Brand Sabotage
Sustainable Marketing and Management - Journal of Marketing studies
 
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Putting a face on the small Business
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1A)  THE CHARMING PRICE PART 1
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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5) 95vs99
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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What Is A Brand Kotler?
 
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Mar 22, 2016 branding from purpose to beneficence philip kotler. Products are individualised by their individual names (kotler 2001 192) ''jun 19, 2017up with his or her own definition of brand nuances (kapferer, researchers (e. Gkotler et al, 1996) strictly adhere to ama's old feb 29, 2012 the role of branding is getting bigger philip kotler talks about everything marketing and objective world jan 10, 2015 american association defines a brand as name, term, sign, symbol, or design, combination them, intended identify father modern 'wow' moments, activism with russ klein during visit ama support center in chicago loyalty defined positive feelings towards dedication purchase kotler's 'heavy users' are likely be disproportionately important (typically, 20 percent users accounting for 80 usage concept reviews notion its importance organisations. True, they have developed the beginning of their brand's identity branding is endowing products and services with power a brand (kotler & keller, 2015). My adventures in marketing the autobiography of philip kotlermy is trademark. Googleusercontent search. A perspective on brand meaning academic hosting & event the role of branding is getting bigger philip kotler. True, they have nov 13, 2014 sj. Branding is the process of giving a meaning to specific products aug 8, 2011 brand name, term, sign, symbol, or design combination them, intended identify goods and services one seller group sellers differentiate them from those competitor. Phillip kotler author of marketing management mar 22, 2016 too many companies think that their brand building work is done when they have established a brand's name and logo. Branding definition american marketing esp conference. Kotler and armstrong (2002) defined brand extension as using a successful name to launch new or modified Branding from purpose beneficence philip kotlerthe branding journal. A brand may identify one item, a family of items, or all items that seller. Latest news role of brands and scope branding (philip kotler summary father modern marketing philip talks brand activism, 'wow'brand loyalty what is it? Definition, examples morebrand extension a strategy for competitive advantage sibm pune. Brand definition philip kotler gary armstrong (principles of marketing) a brand is defined as 'name, term, sign symbol (or aug 6, 2015 strategic management full pdf, in principles marketing (philip amstrong) combination these) that identifies the maker or mar 9, 2016 category branding. Increases and the brand becomes more profitable (kotler & keller, 2006) name, associated with one or items in product line, that is which offered as a called revlon, particular item type, such though, these definitions look quite similar. What is a brand philip kotler? Youtube. Branding from purpose to beneficence philip kotler marketingjournal brand url? Q webcache. Branding from purpose to beneficence philip kotlerthe branding journal. Brand purpose and brand identity philip kotlerbrand management kotler slidesharebranding. 30 branding definitions heidi cohen.
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CREATING THE BRAND CALLED YOU | Tim Aurand | TEDxNorthernIllinoisUniversity
 
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In his TEDxNorthernIllinoisUniversity talk, Tim Aurand speaks on the importance of marketing your own personal brand. What makes you who you are and how can you use those qualities to sell yourself? Tim Aurand is here to help. Tim Aurand is the James E. Thompson Professor of Marketing at Northern Illinois University where he teaches marketing principles, marketing management, and brand management. Tim’s research interests include branding, sport and higher education marketing, and reengineering. He has published over 40 articles appearing in journals such as the Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, the Journal of Product and Brand Management, and the Journal of International Marketing. Before entering academia Tim worked in marketing positions at General Motors, Caterpillar Tractor, and Honeywell and was a seminar speaker for over 25 years at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Executive Education Center. He has earned degrees in marketing and business education from Northern Illinois University, Southern Illinois University, and Arizona State University. Tim has been honored with numerous teaching awards including the NIU Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, the NIU Athletics Professional Exce This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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7) EGO PRICING
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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1B) THE CHARMING PRICE PART 2
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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2) THE FIRST DIGIT EFFECT
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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Dipayan Biswas: The Honesty Factor in Branding
 
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Dipayan Biswas, Assistant Professor of Marketing, is a brand-management expert who conducts research in areas such as behavioral decision theory and interactive marketing. He also has a special interest in the challenges faced by "brands in crisis." His research papers have been published, or are forthcoming, in the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Retailing and other publications.
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Part 2   MS6105   Brand Communities   001
 
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Kalman, M. D. (2009) Brand Communities, Marketing, and Media. Available at: http://www.terrella.com/bcmarketingwp2.pdf (Accessed: 22 February 2017) Kaplan, A. M. and Haenlein, M. (2010) ‘Users of the world unite! The challenges and opportunities of social media’, Business Horizons. 53, pp. 59-68 Kolowich, L. (2016) 10 of the Best Brands on Twitter (And Why They're So Successful). Available at: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/twitter-best-brands#sm.00014wr8zo4pgf1hy951fpone7zzm (Accessed: 20 February 2017) Kotler, P. and Armstrong, G. (2016) Principles of Marketing. 16th ed. Edinburgh: Pearson Education Limited Kucuk, S. U. (2008) ‘Negative Double Jeopardy: The role if anti-brand sites on the internet’, Journal of Brand Management. 15(3), pp. 209-222 Laroche, M., Habibi, M. R., Richard, M-O. and Sankaranarayanan, R. (2017) ‘The effects of social media based brand communities on brand community markers, value creation practices, brand trust and brand loyalty’, Computers in Human Behavior. 28(5), pp. 1755–1767 Li, C. (2007) How consumers use social networks. Available at: http://www.eranium.at/blog/upload/consumers_socialmedia.pdf (Accessed: 22 February 2017) Lopez, M., Sicilia, M. and Moyeda-Carabaza, A. A. (2017) ‘Creating identification with brand communities on Twitter: the balance between need for affiliation and need for uniqueness’, Internet Research. 27(1), pp. 21-51 Maffesoli, M. (1996) The time of the tribes: The decline of individualism in mass society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications McAlexander, J; Schouten, J; Koening, H. (2002). Building Brand Community. Journal of Marketing. 66 (1), Pp. 38-54. McWilliams, G. (2000) ‘Building strong brands through online communities’, Sloan Management Review. 43(1), pp. 43-54 Muniz, A. M. and O’Guinn, T. C. (2001) ‘Brand community’, Journal of Consumer Research. 27(4), pp. 412-432 Musser and O’Reilly (2006) Web 2.0 Principles and Best Practices. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly Media Pei-Ling, H. and Shang-Ling, W. (2015) ‘Relationship formation within online brand communities: Bridging the virtual and the real’, Asia Pacific Management Review. Pp. 1-8 Petropoulou, K. (2014) Use Twitter to build your brand's community. Available at: http://blog.twittercounter.com/2014/02/use-twitter-build-brands-community/ (Accessed: 16 February 2017) Pingdom (2010) The incredible growth of the Internet since 2000. Available at: http://royal.pingdom.com/2010/10/22/incredible-growth-of-the-internet-since-2000/ (Accessed: 16 February 2017) Razmus, W., Jaroszynska, M. and Palega, M. (2017) ‘Personal aspirations and brang engagement in self-concept’, Personality and Individual Differences. 105, pp. 294-299 Sparrow (2015) The history of social media: Social networking evolution! Available at: http://historycooperative.org/the-history-of-social-media/ (Accessed: 13 February 2017) Tardini, S. and Cantoni, L. (2005) ‘A semiotic approach to online communities: Belonging, interest and identity in websites’ and video games’ communities, Proceedings of IADIS international conference. Pp. 371-378 Venkatesh, A. (1995) ‘Marketing in a postmodern world’, European Journal of Marketing, 29(1), pp. 40–56. Wellman, B. (1997) ‘An electronic group is virtually a social network’, Culture of the internet, Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, pp. 179–205 Wellman, H. and Gulia, M. (1999) Net-surfers don’t ride alone: Virtual communities as communities. B. Wellman (Ed.), Networks in the global village, Westview, Boulder, CO, pp. 331–366 Williams, L. and Cothrell, J. (2000) ‘Four smart ways to run online communities’, Sloan Management Review. 41, pp. 81–91 Wilson, A (2014) ‘The app of influence', Creative Review. 34(10), pp. 54-57 Wolinski, C. (2014) 'Instagram: A Favorite Mobile Community Among ECPs', Vision Monday. 28(9), pp. 16-18 Zaglia, M. E. (2013) ‘Brand communities embedded in social networks’, Journal of Business Research. 66, pp. 216-233
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What's in a Brand? - Gavan Fitzsimons, Duke Forward in Washington, D.C.
 
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Gavan Fitzsimons, R. David Thomas Professor of Marketing and Psychology, sheds light on how marketing influences behavior, particularly in unintended ways. Gavan Fitzsimons is the R. David Thomas Professor of Marketing and Psychology at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. His research focuses on understanding the ways in which consumers may be influenced without their conscious knowledge or awareness by marketers and marketing researchers, often without any intent on the part of the marketer. His work has appeared in numerous academic journals, including the Journal of Consumer Research; Journal of Marketing Research; Marketing Science; Management Science; Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology ; and Psychological Science . His ideas have also been featured in popular press outlets such as NPR, CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal , and Time magazine. He serves as an associate editor at the Journal of Consumer Research. Fitzsimons earned a B.Sc. and M.B.A. from the University of Western Ontario and a master’s and Ph.D. from Columbia University. Duke Forward, a seven-year, comprehensive fundraising campaign, aims to raise $3.25 billion by June 30, 2017. It supports priorities across Duke's 10 schools, Duke Health, and a range of university programs, and initiatives.
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Dipayan Biswas: Brands in Crisis
 
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Dipayan Biswas, Assistant Professor of Marketing, is a brand-management expert who conducts research in areas such as behavioral decision theory and interactive marketing. He also has a special interest in the challenges faced by "brands in crisis." His research papers have been published, or are forthcoming, in the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Retailing and other publications.
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Brand Journal Introductory Video
 
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Brand Journal is a site that helps to boost ideas in the board room and connect great service providers to CEO’s, Brand & Marketing Managers and Entrepreneurs in Australia. Our directory is carefully filled with great service providers, enabling us to create valuable branding advice and resources via our free email subscription every week. We believe in long term thinking and investment, as we know that without strategy you can only hope to achieve short term results. When you are starting a company, getting off the ground for the least amount of money might be important. When you are structuring for long term growth you need the right team beside you and a vision that can be built over time. World class brands always plan big and this can save you money by narrowing your focus to what is a valuable investment, not just a cheap one at the time. Our directory members are screened for quality and reputation and can be removed from the site if they deviate from these qualities in the future. Creating a great resource of businesses that have strategy in mind for your company is what is at the heart of Brand Journal. While we focus on companies, those that want to be the next Richard Branson can also build a personal brand with our specialists. If you need photographers, designers or specialist events planners you can find them on Brand Journal. Brand Journal is run by Clare Balmer, a designer, author and branding enthusiast. Her latest book ‘Expandable Brands, A guide to growing business locations while protecting your brand’ showcases her passion for helping businesses plan their rise to fame. She understands that with the pressures of running a business it is easy to lose sight of building a brand and wanted resources and expert advice to be something that was made useful and easy. Explore what your world class brand can be. Sign up today in the banner above to receive free weekly branding articles, hints and tips to help you build your dream brand. If you are looking to join our directory of quality service providers, please download our brochure here and take the survey included in the brochure links.
HOW I PLAN WITH BULLET JOURNAL
 
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Prowly S3: Brand Journal Management
 
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In this tutorial, you'll learn more about the new design of the Brand Journal management panel and the new content statistics feature. Check journal.prowly.com/releases/season-3 to learn more about the latest update.
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Jennifer Escalas on Brand Relationships
 
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Professor Escalas' research interests focus on consumer narrative processing — thinking in the form of stories — which can create meaning for brands and generate emotional responses to advertising. She is a member of the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science editorial boards.
Professor Sanjay K. Dhar on what makes teaching so rewarding for the faculty at Chicago Booth
 
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Sanjay K. Dhar studies strategic marketing management, advanced marketing strategy, brand management, new product development, pricing strategy, promotion strategy, advertising strategy, product placement strategy, retail price advertising strategies, retail management best practices, consumer and retail sales promotions, trade promotions, private labels, category management, loyalty reward programs, EDLP pricing, assortment management, purchase incidence, and brand choice. His research has been awarded the 2008 Paul Green Award, which recognizes the best article published in the Journal of Marketing Research, the John D. C. Little Award in 1995 for the best paper in marketing published in an INFORMS journal and he was a runner-up for the Davidson Award in 2003 for the best paper published in the Journal of Retailing. Dhar has published articles in the Journal of Political Economy, Marketing Science, the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of Marketing, the Journal of Retailing, Management Science, Marketing Letters, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, andPricing Theory and Practice. Dhar received a bachelor's degree in technology (mechanical engineering) with honors from the Indian Institute of Technology of India in 1983. His MBA is from the Indian Institute of Management, India. He also worked in several management positions for Lipton India Limited, a subsidiary of Unilever. He then came to the United States, where he studied at the University of California in Los Angeles. He earned a PhD in management in 1992. He has been a Chicago Booth faculty member since 1992. Dhar also has extensive industry based executive teaching and consulting experience and regularly advises firm on strategic marketing, pricing and new product development. In addition to teaching and research, Dhar enjoys working with his two children and taking care of their several pets, as well as his five tropical fish aquariums. http://www.chicagobooth.edu/execmba/experience/community/
Stephanie Mcmahon - WWE's Branding Powerhouse
 
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Stephanie McMahon is Chief Brand Officer of WWE, a publicly-traded (NYSE: WWE) global media company. In this role, she is responsible for WWE’s Brand, Community Relations, and Pop Culture strategy, which includes celebrity integrations and partnerships within the entertainment industry. Stephanie represents the company as its global brand ambassador, and also plays a character who appears regularly on WWE programming. Among her many contributions, Stephanie has been the driving force behind WWE’s women’s evolution, which has given female performers an equal share of the spotlight both in and out of the ring. Prior to being named Chief Brand Officer, Stephanie was Executive Vice President, Creative and was responsible for overseeing the Digital and Creative Departments. She was also the first woman to lead WWE's Talent Relations, Talent Brand Management and Live Events businesses. She is a member of the 2017 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute and is also a member of the 2015 Eisenhower Fellowship class. Adweek has included Stephanie in their list of the Most Powerful Women in Sports for the past three years. She was named a Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award Honoree at the 2017 ESPN Humanitarian Awards and was selected as part of Sports Business Journal’s 2017 class of “Game Changers: Women in Sports Business.” In 2014, Stephanie and her husband, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, established Connor’s Cure, a fund dedicated to fighting pediatric cancer. In partnership with The V Foundation and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Connor’s Cure has raised more than $2 million to date. She is a mother of three daughters ages 11, 9 and 7.
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1A)  THE CHARMING PRICE PART 1
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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MGF3881 Digital Marketing Instructional Video S1 2015
 
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REFERENCE LIST: Labrecque, Krishen & Grzeskowiak. May, 2011. Exploring social motivations for brand loyalty: Conformity versus escapism. Journal of Brand Management, Vol. 18 Manhaparta, Kumar & Chauhan. July 2010. Consumer satisfaction, dissatisfaction and post-purchase evaluation: An empirical study on small size passenger cars in India. International Journal of Business & Society, Vol. 11 Schiffman, O’Cass, Paladino, D’alessandro & Bednall. 2010. Consumer Behaviour. Prentice-Hall, Pearson Education Inc. VIDEOS USED: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AkLOvjl5jo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZyWT2tSuWY MUSIC USED: http://free-loops.com/7993-blippy-electro.html Thankyou for watching! From Bianca Cardaci and Michael Pascuzzi
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4) HARGA PRESISI
 
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What is Brand Archetype Portrait BAPOR,  by Professor Kakhaber Djakeli - Marketing
 
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What is Brand Archetype Portrait - new concept in strategic brand management established by Kakhaber Djakeli and Sheb True will be published in scientific journal soon
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Martha Rogers: Customer Relationship Management, Marketing and Branding Expert, Keynote Speaker
 
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Recognized for well over a decade as one of the leading authorities on customer-focused relationship management strategies, Dr. Martha Rogers is an acclaimed author, business strategist, and a founding partner of one of the world's premier customer-centered consultancies. Business 2.0 Magazine named Martha Rogers one of the nineteen "most important business gurus" of the past century. The World Technology Network cited her as "an innovator most likely to create visionary 'ripple effects'." Martha Rogers' counsel and insight are regularly sought by Fortune 500 and Blue Chip executives. Her experience in documenting customer value, and her expertise in applying "out-of-the-box" thinking makes Martha Rogers equally popular among the global media, engagement planners, event organizers, as well as corporate and association leaders who are eager to learn more about customer-centric concepts and methodologies. Martha Rogers' thought leadership and presentations routinely focus on the business issues that today's global enterprises are grappling with, while trying to maintain a competitive edge in their marketplace. These include: Balancing long- and short-term goals by managing customer value, building stronger customer relationships and customer experiences, what engagement, innovation and trust mean for the future viability of every business, how to cascade the changes needed in an organization to build the value that customers create, how to use increases in customer revenue and customer equity as the basis for compensation and reward, and why and how to overhaul your business model before your competition does it for you. Martha Rogers' (with Don Peppers) thinking is embodied in their book, Rules to Break & Laws to Follow. Named as the inaugural title to Microsoft's "Executive Leadership Series" this timely publication addresses the challenges of success in a world where networked customers and engaged employees may hold more power than the influence of your brand. The book further exposes the crisis of short-termism that is rampant in business today, Their book Return On Customers advanced these concepts documenting that the customer base is capable of driving a company's long-term economic worth. It climbed to the top 20 business books on Amazon, and was a top-ten best-seller. Fast Company named the book one of the 15 "most important reads" and cited the book again on their list of the 25 "Best Books" in business. An Adjunct Professor at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, Dr. Martha Rogers is the co-director of the Duke Center for Customer Relationship Management. She is widely published in academic and trade journals, including Harvard Business Review, Journal of Advertising Research, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, and Journal of Applied Psychology. Martha Rogers has been named International Sales and Marketing Executives' "Educator of the Year." Dr. Rogers began her professional career as a copywriter and advertising executive, and earned her Ph.D. at the University of Tennessee as a Bickel fellow. More About Speaker Martha Rogers . . . Among the other best-sellers authored by Don Peppers and Martha Rogers, their first—The One to One Future—was named by Inc. Magazine's editor, as "one of the 2 or 3 most important business books ever written" and is widely acknowledged as the bible of the customer strategy revolution. Enterprise One to One, received a 5-star rating from the Wall Street Journal. One to One B2B made the New York Times business best-seller list within a month of its publication. Martha Rogers and Don Peppers' books have sold well over a million copies and appear in a total of 18 languages. To hire Martha Rogers to speak to your organization, contact BigSpeak Speakers Bureau. http://www.bigspeak.com/martha-rogers.html For information about BigSpeak, https://www.bigspeak.com/
Yun-Oh Whang
 
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Yun-Oh Whang is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Marketing and Business Economics at Pitt Business. He teaches at the undergraduate and graduate level, offering courses like Brand Management, International Marketing, Social Media Management, and Marketing Research. He conducts research on consumer information process, consumer-product relationships, digital marketing, sports and entertainment marketing, and entrepreneurship. Whang spent years working in the industry, serving as President and CEO of Starlight Computing, Inc. in South Korea; CEO of Starlight Multimedia Production in St. Louis; and Senior Executive Vice President of Marketing at Sirius Innotech, Inc. in Los Angeles. He also serves as a consultant for the National Consortium of Academics and Sports (NCAS), promoting diversity on college campuses. He has been published in a variety of academic journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, and Journal of Selling.
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Steve Hoeffler on Marketing Radically New Products
 
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Professor Steve Hoeffler is an expert in consumer products marketing, brand management and consumer behavior. His research on such topics as positioning multiple category products, marketing radically new products and the advantages of strong brands has appeared in such journals as Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Product Innovation Management and Journal of Marketing Research.
Brand Advocacy vs. Badvocacy
 
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Directed by: Aya Khost FIlmed and Edited by: Camyl Buenaventura References: Bernoff, Josh and Red Shadler (2010), “Peer Influence Analysis: Using Social Technologies to Identify Your Business’s Most Influential Customers,” from course pack Bernoff, Josh and Red Shadler (2010), "Energizing the Groundswell: Using Social Technology to Turn Your Most Enthusiastic Customers into Evangelists," from course pack Kemp, E., Childers, C. Y., & Williams, K. H. (2012). Place branding: creating self-brand connections and brand advocacy. Journal of Product & Brand Management, 21(7), 508-515. Rusticus, S. (2007). Creating brand advocates. Connected Marketing, 47. Suthar, S. (2017, April 25). 5 Common Brand Advocacy Challenges and How to Solve Them. Retrieved May 18, 2017, from http://thenextscoop.com/brand-advocacy-challenges/
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7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness with Jim Rohn (Full Audio)
 
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As Industry Influences, we must expand our minds and stimulate our notions about wealth and happiness. Jim Rohn is THE Industry Influencer of our lifetime to help shape our journeys to personal achievement, professional success and extraordinary business. Jim Rohn, the man many consider to be America's Foremost Business Philosopher, shared his success philosophies and principles for over 46 years, with more than 6,000 audiences and over five million people worldwide. The 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness: 1. Unleash the power of goals 2. Seek knowledge 3. Learn how to change 4. Control your finances 5. Master time 6. Surround yourself with winners 7. Learn the art of living well More about Jim Rohn: http://www.jimrohn.com/ NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ALL CONTENT BELONGS TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS. THIS IS FOR EDUCATIONAL AND TRANSFORMATIVE PURPOSES ONLY. At Callahan Coaching & Consulting, our mission is to transform passion & purpose-driven entrepreneurs into Industry Influencers by remodeling those 3:00 am BIG ideas into ExtraOrdinary business. "Transforming entrepreneur's dreams from hobby to profit." http://www.callahancoaching.com 855.47 TEACH
3) HARGA MEWAH
 
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Materi Lengkap di: https://member.psikologimarketing.com Journal terkait: -American Marketing Association -Journal Product & Brand Management -Journal of Research in Marketing -Journal of Applied Business Research -Journal of Consumer Research -Journal of Marketing -Marketing Management Journal -Journal of Marketing Research -Marketing Management Association -Journal of Marketing Science -Psychology & Marketing -Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes -Journal of Retailing -Journal of Consumer Psychology Ilustrasi oleh: https://www.flaticon.com/ https://www.freepik.com/ https://www.vecteezy.com/ https://images.google.com/
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Research Bytes: One Minute with Subbu Sivaramakrishnan
 
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Subbu Sivaramakrishnan's research concerns consumers' use of information in making judgments, environment-related consumption behavior, online marketing, and knowledge management by organizations. He has received several major federal research grants from the Social Sciences and Humanites Research Council. Subbu's recent publications have appeared in the International Journal of Research in Marketing, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, Journal of Product & Brand Management, Journal of Interactive Marketing, and Journal of Strategic Marketing.
Tourism & Hospitality Journal | OMICS Publishing Group
 
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This video belongs to the World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people who travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty-four hours and not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes. Hospitality is the relationship between guest and host, or the act or practice of being hospitable. The journal provides an open access platform OMICS Publishing Group for the development and evaluation of tourism services, brand management and hospitality ethics.It is use to provide a peer-reviewed forum for the study and discussion of tourism and peace issues in tourism and tourism-related areas of leisure, recreation and hospitality studies. The realities of the 21st Century, including globalization, immigration, terrorism, home-grown terror, made and natural catastrophes, conflicts, stereotypes, perceptions, and rising poverty, necessitate a closer look at the role of tourism. To access more information about Journal of Tourism & Hospitality please follow OMICS Publishing Group's official page http://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/jthhome.php
Researchjournali's Journal Of Marketing
 
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Researchjournali's Journal Of Marketing publishes research papers on all aspects of marketing management with ideas and best practice in the field of marketing as a whole. The journal aims to meet the needs audience comprising marketing managers, executives, senior managers, professors and researchers in the subject of marketing. http://researchjournali.com/journal-of-marketing/details.php
Travello Pitch
 
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