Ensuring marketers and advertisers are aware of the laws and regulations of advertising is now more important than ever. If a campaign is found to be potentially offensive, harmful, or misleading, it can 'go viral' in just the click of a mouse, and the implications of breaching those laws are likely
to be both damaging and costly to a brand's reputation, its creative work, and the strategic planning behind it. Now offering level-headed advice on everyday questions encountered when designing and running promotional campaigns, Ad Law, the new book from the Institute of Practitioners in
Advertising (IPA), is the ultimate handbook to the law and regulation of advertising and marketing communications. Containing guidance based on real-world experiences from media and advertising lawyers and the IPA legal team, this book expertly leads readers through the most applicable laws and
regulations, common pitfalls and the practicalities behind them, such as the new industry-standard client/agency agreement. Covering issues such as intellectual property, privacy and defamation, plus the self-regulatory framework, Ad Law is the ideal companion for any advertising and marketing
professional, or lawyer working within these sectors.
Written by the award-winning storyteller Miri Rodriguez at Microsoft, this actionable guide goes beyond content strategy and, instead, demonstrates how to leverage brand storytelling in the marketing mix to strengthen brand engagement and achieve long-term growth, with advice from brands like
Expedia, Coca Cola, McDonalds, Adobe and Google. Despite understanding essential storytelling techniques, brands continue to explain how their product or service can help the customer, rather than showcasing how the customer's life has changed as a result of them. Brand Storytelling gets back to the
heart of brand loyalty, consumer behaviour and engagement as a business strategy: using storytelling to trigger the emotions that humans are driven by. It provides a step by step guide to assess, dismantle, and rebuild a brand story, shifting the brand from a 'hero' to 'sidekick' mentality, and
positioning the customer as a key influencer to motivate the audience.Simplifying where to begin, how to benchmark success and ensure a consistent brand voice throughout every department, this book clearly shows how readers can align an emotive connection with the customer's personal values,
experiences and aspirations, and how that will enable brand leaders, employees and influencers to celebrate and strengthen brand engagement for the long-term, rather than simply trying to win it.Clarifying why machine-learning, AI and automation only tell one side of the story, this book will
inspire you with cutting edge interviews and case studies from leading brands like Expedia, Coca Cola, McDonalds, Adobe and Google, to tap into authentic brand loyalty and human connection.
Retaining brand relevance is fundamental to organizational success, and an increasing challenge that high-level marketing professionals now face. In the past, many have responded with product or price-based competition, yet this can only propel a brand so far when it comes to retaining long-term
relevance. Research shows that consumers are in fact driven by emotion and positive brand experiences have the power to drive engagement, while simultaneously offering countless options for competitive differentiation. Building Brand Experiences enables managers and executives to realize this and
create tailored, relevant experiences that will appeal to consumers and drive brand performance. Practically structured around The Brand Experience Blueprint, Building Brand Experiences provides a step-by-step guide to the process of building effective brand experiences based on tried-and-tested
tools, templates and informed research. Combining expert insight and real-world examples in an anecdotal and digestible way, Building Brand Experiences is the essential guide to crafting relevant experiences that consumers will love, to improve brand engagement and drive results.
Adapt your sales strategy to embrace the opportunities that digital channels can bring, with this ultimate guide to selling in the digital environment from engaging customers and generating leads to building an online network, with advice from leading sales and marketing expert Grant Leboff. Sales
and marketing functions are increasingly converging, with lead generation frequently arising from digital promotional campaigns and opportunities for traditional sales techniques diminishing due to scarce customer attention and availability, not to mention the plethora of readily accessible product
information online. Salespeople now need to understand and interact with customers via multiple channels, participating in social media, in collaboration with marketing, to influence purchasing decisions and convert contacts to sales. Digital Selling makes sense of the new paradigms in which a
salesperson now operates, outlining the new strategies required to take advantage of the opportunities that exist, and provides the practical advice salespeople need to generate leads and sell more.Packed with great advice for engaging with customers online and via social media, this book
explains:-Why embracing the social web is vital-How the sales role changes in a digital environment-The lead generation model in a digital world-How to build your online networkThis straightforward and practical book from one of today's thought leaders on digital sales and marketing, is essential
reading for any sales professional.
This book addresses the No 1 challenge of all major luxury brands today: How can these brands pursue their growth yet remain luxury? How do you reconcile growth and rarity?Kapferer on Luxury offers a selection of the most recent and insightful articles and original essays on the luxury growth
challenge from Jean-Noël Kapferer, a world-renowned luxury analyst. Each chapter addresses a specific issue relating to the luxury growth challenge such as sustaining the 'luxury dream', adapting the internet to luxury demands, re-widening the gap with premium brands' competition, and the
importance of non-delocalization. It also explores in detail facing the demand of the Chinese clients, rising sustainable quality and experiential standards, developing real luxury services and managing luxury brands within groups without diluting their equity and more.As such, Kapferer on Luxury is
the perfect and timely resource for luxury executives, communication managers, luxury observers and advanced students willing to deepen their understanding of this major luxury challenge.
Mobile Marketing is a clear, practical guide to harnessing the mobile consumer and tackling the rising challenges of divided user attention across multiple screens at the same time. It demystifies the vast spectrum of tools and techniques now available and explains how to optimize these dynamics
into an innovative and effective mobile marketing strategy. Now that website search rankings take into account mobile optimization, no serious marketer can do without a thorough understanding of mobile.The first edition of Mobile Marketing won the Judge's Choice Award in Social Media at the Small
Business Trend's 2014 Book Awards. This fully revised 2nd edition includes straightforward explanations on mobile optimized content, app development, social media and proximity based marketing. It has also expanded to include two brand new chapters on mobile and email and on location-based devices,
plus cutting-edge updates on advances in wearable technology, mobile payments, virtual reality and strategies for the changing user journey. Integrated with tactical checklists, easy application frameworks and powerful case study insights such as Heineken, WordPress, MailChimp, Nike Training Club
(NTC), Google Play and Moz, it provides a full overview from service provision and technology integration to content strategy, ready to capture fast-moving consumers on the go. Online resources include a digital marketing instructors manual, supporting lecture slides, example exam and self-test
questions, and a content calendar template.
Native advertising: paid-for media that looks and behaves like the content around it. It affects us all. If you own a smartphone, use social media or read content online, you will have been exposed to it - often without realizing. Influenced by digital trends such as mobile advertising, programmatic
advertising, ad-blocking, fake news and artificial intelligence, native advertising is a multibillion-dollar industry. It is central to the digital success of many leading brands and companies.This comprehensive study by one of the industry's foremost authorities explores the rise of this
exhilarating new channel - its impact on the digital media space, and what marketers and businesses need to know about it. Native Advertising explores the future of digital advertising and explains why its growth is inevitable, using real-life examples and interviews from marketing leaders around
the world and a range of case studies including The New York Times and The Independent.Native Advertising goes beyond sponsored posts on Facebook, promoted tweets and BuzzFeed branded articles. It looks at the heart of the matter: audience, budget, content and success measurement. It is full of
first-hand advice for any marketer wanting to make the most of digital innovation.
New Perspectives on Marketing by Word-of-Mouth is a collection of key articles on this area of high and increasing importance to marketers worldwide. This collection offers insights across a range of sectors. Some of the things the book will explain include: - How brand love is built in the fashion
industry - How larger organisations can respond most effectively to negative comments on social media. - The effectiveness of a Facebook fanpage for the MINI car brand. Modern communications technology means that the influence of the consumer in building or damaging a brand reputation is increasing.
Find out some of the reasons why by reading this collection.
As ever, the onus is on brands to find compelling ways to earn the attention of the consumer. Yet content scarcity has given way to overload, fixed channels have dissolved into fluid networks, and audiences have become participants in consumer-driven conversations. This shift requires a new course
of action for brands; it demands new marketing imperatives. Paid Attention is a guide to modern advertising ideas: what they are, why they are evolving and how to have them. Spanning communication theory, neuroscience, creativity and innovation, media history, branding and emerging technologies, it
explores the strategic creation process and how to package ideas to attract the most attention in the advertising industry.Packed with real-world examples of advertising campaigns for companies including Sony, Red Bull, HP and many more, Paid Attention provides a robust model for influencing human
behaviour. Referencing a wide body of theory and praxis, from behavioural economics and sociology to technology and even science fiction, Faris Yakob maps advertising onto a wider analysis of culture. Containing practical advertising and branding templates, including a new advertising planning
toolkit, it is ideal for students and practitioners looking to get noticed in today's cluttered marketplace. Online resources include additional toolkits with advice, techniques and best practice on brand behaviour, new ideas and effective communication.
What makes someone covet a Kelly bag? Why are Cirque Du Soleil or Grey Goose so successful despite breaking all the conventions of their categories? What does Gucci's approach to marketing have in common with Nespresso's?
And why do some people pay a relative fortune for Renova toilet paper or Aesop detergent even though they hardly ever 'advertise' and seem to have none of the 'functional performance advantages' conventional marketers would seek to demonstrate? Prestige brand experts JP Kuehlwein and Wolfgang
Schaefer have dedicated themselves to studying what drives the success of prestige brands.
Rethinking Prestige Branding collects their insights.Uncovering the secrets of why and how some brands are created more equal than others, Rethinking Prestige Branding includes over 100 case studies from Apple and Abercrombie & Fitch to Tate Modern and Tesla. Rather than re-telling brand
success stories or re-hashing long-standing marketing principles, it takes readers on a colourful journey behind the scenes of today's marketing pros.
This book will fascinate marketing professional just as much as those who are simply curious as to how premium brands tick.