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This is an accessible A-Z guide to all areas of marketing. Covering traditional techniques and theories as well as the latest terms and concepts in e-marketing and search engine optimization, this is the ideal reference for students and practitioners of marketing.
The Essentials of Marketing Research by Bruce Wrenn; David L. Loudon; Lawrence Silver; Robert E. Stevens
Publication Date: 2012-11-12
Identifying and assessing the ways in which changes in the marketing mix affect consumer behavior is key to a successful marketing strategy. The Essentials of Marketing Research guides the student in designing, conducting and interpreting marketing research. This comprehensive textbook covers the full range of topics, including: Secondary research and data mining Internet marketing research Qualitative and exploratory research Statistical analysis Marketing research ethics With learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, a host of cases and a comprehensive companion website, this book offers a range of tools to help students develop and test their research and analytical skills.
This authoritative, comprehensive, and accessible 'go-to' volume by leading global experts provides a broad overview of marketing strategy issues and questions, including its evolution, competitor analysis, customer management, resource allocation, dynamics, branding, advertising, multichannel management, digital marketing and financial aspects of marketing. The Handbook comprises seven broad topics. Part I focuses on the conceptual and organizational aspects of marketing strategy while Part II deals with understanding competition.
This exciting new Handbook brings together the latest in debates concerning the development of marketing theory, featuring original contributions from a selection of leading international authors. The collection aims to give greater conceptual cohesion to the field, by drawing together the many disparate perspectives and presenting them in one volume. The contributors are all leading international scholars, chosen to represent the intellectual diversity within marketing theory.