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Marketing And Branding

Author : S. Ramesh Kumar
ISBN : 8131700976
Genre : Brand name products
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Marketing Management

Author : Ramaswamy
ISBN : 9781259026416
Genre : Marketing
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Social Local Mobile

Author : Gerrit Heinemann
ISBN : 9783662439647
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 50. 55 MB
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n the future, shopping will be greatly influenced by a combination of localization issues, mobile internet at the point of sale, and use of social networks. This book focuses on the ‘SoLoMo synergies’ that arise from this paradigm shift in future shopping, which also promises new and effective marketing options for traditional retailers. It also reflects the current status of research and business practice, analyzing the basic factors of SoLoMo in detail. The importance of Location-based Services (LBS) is elaborated and analyzed in an empirical study using a market based case of kaufDA – a leading German online shopping network. The evidence shows that customers see LBS as an attractive tool and are prepared to change their buying behavior. Though LBS is still in its early stages and its professional longevity remains to be seen, it also promises tremendous potential for the future.

More Than A Showroom

Author : Daniel G. Bachrach
ISBN : 1137551879
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 82. 23 MB
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Showrooming is a growing phenomenon in which customers browse products in a retail store and make purchases of similar products through an online vendor. The authors of this book offer retail managers strategic insight in how to stem the loss of resources to showrooming and transform showrooming customers into in-store sales.

Engaging Customers Using Big Data

Author : Arvind Sathi
ISBN : 9781137386199
Genre : Business & Economics
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Big Data is rapidly transforming a number of business functions across many industries. The biggest transformation is in how we market to our customers. This book shows marketers today how to seek small samples from their customers to observe their behavior, predict changes, and act using a series of unconnected business actions. Big Data has changed the game completely—we can connect with customers, record every click on the web, watch every step in the store, and listen to all public conversations. Unlike today's environment, where marketers broadcast across a set of customer segments, we can now personalize our communications to each customer based on their current predisposition to the products being sold. The book makes three major propositions: 1. Big Data brings all the data to the table leading to a lot more detailed analysis and discovery. We can get a lot more understanding about consumer behavior. 2. Automation and Social Media drives a lot more influence on the decisions. We can converse with the customers as they make decisions and influence their decision-making using a series of sophisticated marketing tools. 3. The market leaders will integrate their resources and investment to optimize across a number of instruments in ways we have never seen before. These changes have tremendous impact on our marketing processes and capabilities. In the first half of the book, using a series of examples from big data pioneers, such as PF Chang's, Best Buy, Google, and IBM, Sathi describes how each marketing function is undergoing fundamental changes: how personalized advertising is delivered using online channels where the marketers identify the specific customer and tailor their messaging based on customer behavior, context, and intention; how customer behaviors are collected from a variety of sources across many industries and examined to identify micro segments; and how online and physical stores collaborate to provide a unified shopping experience and deliver product information. The second half of the book examines the tools and techniques for marketing science in support of these capabilities including statistical techniques, qualitative reasoning, and real-time pattern detection, to name a few. Based on these changes, the book prescribes the changes needed to update our skill and tools for Marketing Analytics.

Re Thinking Retail In The Digital Era

Author : Elix-IRR
ISBN : 9781907794810
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this collection of articles, Elix-IRR’s retail professionals examine the fundamental changes brought about by the digital consumer and the related shifts in the industry. The articles discuss many of the challenges and opportunities on which our clients seek our advice. These are not only the fashionable issues of customer insight and multichannel shopping, but also the challenges which arise through organisational change, the drive for supply chain efficiency and the transformation of IT from a back-office cost centre to the enabling mechanism for customer interaction and loyalty.

Fast Shopper Slow Store

Author : Gary Schwartz
ISBN : 9781476703947
Genre : Business & Economics
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As a retailer, how can you leverage mobile technology to increase sales? Fast Shopper, Slow Store will show you how. From Best Buy to Borders, retail stores are closing their doors forever. More and more, consumers are looking to their mobile devices for the best products and the cheapest deals, and they all want to buy it faster—at the touch of a button. The shop has lost it connection to this shopper. Gary Schwartz has been at the frontlines of the mobile industry for over a decade, and this book is about what companies can do to build the mobile tools necessary to reestablish a relationship with their mobile shoppers. Rich with examples—from Amazon to Barnes and Noble to Google—Schwartz gives a step-by-step approach to harnessing and executing the strategies necessary for companies to move into the mobile sphere…and see lasting, lucrative results.

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