Le Web social et la e r putation
"Fondé sur la mise en relation et le partage d'informations, le Web social est un nouveau mode de communication dont le développement s'appuie sur les réseaux sociaux. Dans ce nouveau monde, l'internaute n'est plus le récepteur à qui on demande d'adhérer à un message. À lui tout seul, il est désormais un relais, un émetteur, un acteur, un ami ou un ennemi. II a pris le pouvoir ; il donne son avis, propose, exige, sanctionne et peut faire ou défaire un succès d'autant plus facilement qu'il se regroupe en communautés. La culture Web, fondée sur la conversation, est née et a créé le consom-acteur. Mais si le réseau social est une opportunité pour entrer en conversation avec autrui, il représente un vrai danger pour sa réputation. Il faut donc savoir gérer les risques et les opportunités de sa e-réputation. Ce livre est tout entier consacré au nouveau monde des réseaux sociaux, de la communication conversationnelle et de la e-réputation. II vous livre les recettes pour éviter le pire et envisager le meilleur." [Source : 4e de couv.]
Principles of Marketing Student Value Edition
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Marketing and consumer research has traditionally conceptualized consumers as individuals- who exercise choice in the marketplace as individuals not as a class or a group. However an important new perspective is now emerging that rejects the individualistic view and focuses on the reality that human life is essentially social, and that who we are is an inherently social phenomenon. It is the tribus, the many little groups we belong to, that are fundamental to our experience of life. Tribal Marketing shows that it is not individual consumption of products that defines our lives but rather that this activity actually facilitates meaningful social relationships. The social ‘links’ (social relationships) are more important than the things (brands etc.) The aim of this book is therefore to offer a systematic overview of the area that has been defined as “cultures of consumption”- consumption microcultures, brand cultures, brand tribes, and brand communities. It is though these that students of marketing and marketing practitioners can begin to genuinely understand the real drivers of consumer behaviour. It will be essential to everyone who needs to understand the new paradigm in consumer research, brand management and communications management.
Me 2 0
“ME 2.0 is an easy, thought-provoking read and recommended for anyone who may find themselves back on the job market with only a paper resume as a calling card.”—ENTREPRENEUR “ME 2.0 is an instruction manual for developing your personal brand and then leveraging that brand to command your career.”—THE NEW YORK POST From Dan Schawbel, Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, LLC and the man the New York Times calls a “personal branding guru,” comes a guide detailing how to survive the modern job hunt and thrive in the digital age. Packed with expert insights and concrete, step-by-step instructions to create and maintain one’s personal brand, ME 2.0 shows potential job-hunters how to use digital media and social networks to find job opportunities and careers based on their passion and experience. For those on the edge of starting their career or trying to catch up fast, ME 2.0 offers practical, straightforward advice for driven job-seekers looking for an edge in a fast-paced work environment.
How Brands Become Icons
Coca-Cola. Harley-Davidson. Nike. Budweiser. Valued by customers more for what they symbolize than for what they do, products like these are more than brands--they are cultural icons. How do managers create brands that resonate so powerfully with consumers? Based on extensive historical analyses of some of America's most successful iconic brands, including ESPN, Mountain Dew, Volkswagen, Budweiser, and Harley-Davidson, this book presents the first systematic model to explain how brands become icons. Douglas B. Holt shows how iconic brands create "identity myths" that, through powerful symbolism, soothe collective anxieties resulting from acute social change. Holt warns that icons can't be built through conventional branding strategies, which focus on benefits, brand personalities, and emotional relationships. Instead, he calls for a deeper cultural perspective on traditional marketing themes like targeting, positioning, brand equity, and brand loyalty--and outlines a distinctive set of "cultural branding" principles that will radically alter how companies approach everything from marketing strategy to market research to hiring and training managers. Until now, Holt shows, even the most successful iconic brands have emerged more by intuition and serendipity than by design. With How Brands Become Icons, managers can leverage the principles behind some of the most successful brands of the last half-century to build their own iconic brands. Douglas B. Holt is associate professor of Marketing at Harvard Business School.
Built on extensive research, KNOWN is the first book of its kind to provide a plan to create and activate your personal brand in the world today. Follow this four-step process to create a profound and actionable digital presence to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. It's your turn to become known.
I Steve Steve Jobs In His Own Words
Fortune magazine proclaimed Jobs 'the CEO of the decade'. Harvard Business Review called him 'the world's best-performing CEO'. And the Wall Street Journal praised him as a 'Person of the Decade'. Steve Jobs, the co-founder and longtime CEO of Apple, Inc., died on 5 October 2011, bringing to an end one of the greatest, most transformative business careers in history. Over the years Jobs gave countless interviews to the media, explaining what he called 'the vision thing'-his unmatched ability to envision, and successfully bring to the marketplace, consumer products that people find simply irresistible. Drawn from more than three decades of media coverage-print, electronic and online-this book serves up the best, most thoughtprovoking insights spoken by Steve Jobs: more than two hundred quotations that are essential reading for everyone who seeks innovative inspiration from the legend himself.
The knowledge, resources and computing power of billions of people are self-organizing into a massive, new collective force. Interconnected and orchestrated via blogs, wikis, chat rooms, peer-to-peer networks, and personal broadcasting, the web is being reinvented to provide the first global platform for collaboration in history. Wikinomics is the essential analysis of the new Web 2.0 world.
The Ethnographic Imagination
In this book Paul Willis, a renowned sociologist and ethnographer, aims to renew and develop the ethnographic craft across the disciplines. Drawing from numerous examples of his own past and current work, he shows that ethnographic practice and the ethnographic imagination are vital to understanding the creativity and irreducibility of experience in all aspects of social and cultural practice. Willis argues that ethnography plays a vital role in constituting 'sensuousness' in textual, methodological, and substantive ways, but it can do this only through the deployment of an associated theoretical imagination which cannot be found simply there in the field. He presents a bold and incisive ethnographically oriented view of the world, emphasizing the need for a deep-running social but also aesthetic sensibility. In doing so he brings new insights to the understanding of human action and its dialectical relation to social and symbolic structures. He makes original contributions to the understanding of the contemporary human uses of objects, artefacts and communicative forms, presenting a new analysis of commodity fetishism as central to consumption and to the wider social relations of contemporary societies. He also utilizes his perspective to further the understanding of the contemporary crisis in masculinity and to cast new light on various lived everyday cultures - at school, on the dole, on the street, in the Mall, in front of TV, in the dance club. This book will be essential reading for all those involved in planning or contemplating ethnographic fieldwork and for those interested in the contributions it can make to the social sciences and humanities.
Secrets of Social Media Marketing
""Secrets of Social Media Marketing"" is a handbook for marketers and business owners to use in deciding how to employ the new social media for online marketing. Social media has quickly moved from the periphery of marketing into the forefront, but this is a new and quickly-evolving field and there are few established formulas for success. Building on the lessons set out in Gillin's acclaimed and oft-reviewed ""The New Influencers: A Marketer's Guide to the New Social Media,"" this book provides practical advice on strategy, tools, and tactics. It is a hands-on manual that will educate marketers on how to extend their brands, generate leads, and engage customer communities using online tools.