THE HYPE OVER SOCIAL MEDIA IS OVER. NOW IT'S TIME TO MAKE SOCIAL MEDIA PAY. "The Social Commerce Handbook provides a practical road map for not only mastering but also monetizing your social media investment." -- MARK ELLIS, Managing Director, SYZYGY, a WPP Group digital agency Learn the secrets to unlocking sales with the "Big Five"--YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn--and seize new sales opportunities from emerging social technology. Coauthored by two of today's leading authorities on this hot new field, The Social Commerce Handbook distills the real-world experience of successful social commerce businesses--from Apple to Zappos--into 20secrets for turning "Likes" into "Buys". The power of social utility The appeal of social gifting The importance of social curation The role of social status The value of social intelligence
This book explains how branding can be a driving force for product and service innovations, infusing them with the vision that they need to become relevant, authentic and original. It explores how innovation can help brands fulfil their promise through meaningful manifestations, interactions and experiences, leading to a more durable relationship between organisations and their customers. Crucially,Brand Driven Innovationdemonstrates the role that design management can play in connecting the disciplines of branding and innovation, providing the reader with tools, processes and methods to facilitate this relationship.
This interdisciplinary handbook concentrates on the constructs of effectiveness and skill and emphasizes external and internal factors as important sources of influence when negotiating conflicts.
Brand society: how brands transform management and lifestyle by Kornberger, Martin, 1974-
Call Number: HD69.B7K66 2010 Dohney
Publication Date: 2010
In Brand Society, Martin Kornberger combines these perspectives to show how brands have the power to transform both the organizations that develop them and the lifestyles of the individuals who consume them. This holistic approach shows how brands function as a medium between producers and consumers in a way that is rapidly transforming our economy and society. Using an array of practical case studies from a diverse set of organizations, this book provides a fascinating account of the way in which brands influence the lives of individuals and the organizations they work in.