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Reputation Marketing 2 editions

Cover of: Reputation Marketing | Joe Marconi

"A name, or a single word, can suggest an image."

About the Book

Can you measure the value of a good reputation?Negative publicity forces the American Medical Association to back out of a deal promoting Sunbeam health-care products—and to pay Sunbeam $9.9 millionLevi-Strauss is written off as stodgy and unfashionable by the all-important youth market and loses its long-held position as the world's preeminent maker of denim jeansNike carefully crafts an image of athletic shoes as a symbol of skill, rebellion, and individuality and commands a premium price in a saturated marketplaceHow much profit has Nike's good reputation netted for the company? At the same time, what has a tarnished reputation cost Levi-Strauss? Reputation Marketing is the most comprehensive book to explore this important subject and provide specific strategies—supported by case histories and examples—for establishing and maintaining a positive, bottom-line-enhancing corporate reputation.Written by influential marketing veteran Joe Marconi, Reputation Marketing bypasses the theoretical to provide concrete guidelines, examples, and insights for maintaining a company's standing in the public eye. Drawing important distinctions between reputation marketing, brand marketing, and image marketing—and the often-dissimilar steps needed to establish and maintain each—this practical book covers subjects including:How to maximize the power of certain words and the images they bring to mindThe integral role of research in determining public expectations and requirementsHow new media sources such as the Internet can both build and harm reputationsEffective reputation management is critical to any company's competitive position and overall market value. From the many different aspects of reputation to the role of research and media in building and furthering a reputation, Reputation Marketing paints an easy-to-follow, uncompromising picture of the impact of reputation on long-term success and provides today's most comprehensive overview on the successful, profitable management of reputation through all modern marketing channels.

2 editions First published in 2001

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Cover of: Reputation Marketing
November 15, 2001, McGraw-Hill/Contemporary
Reputation Marketing
Hardcover in English - 1st edition
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2002, McGraw-Hill
Reputation Marketing
eBook in English

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