by Fons Van Dyck
Branding expert and Managing Director of Think BBDO, Fons Van Dyck, synthesizes the latest thinking about advertising into a digestible list of rules to create a best practice guide to succeeding in the industry. He covers key issues affecting advertising professionals today and focuses in particular on how advertisers can engage with increasingly empowered consumers on multiple channels on a global and local scale.
Backed by case studies of Effie award-winning campaigns from brands such as Evian, Mercedes and IBM, Advertising Transformed provides marketers with the insights and expertise to meet ever-changing requirements and devise exciting campaigns that prove the continuing value of advertising. [close]
by Daniel Rowles
Mobile Marketing starts with an in-depth review of the mobile environment, the technology itself – both hardware and software – and goes further to emphasize the importance of understanding the user journey rather than specific devices. Rowles offers an understanding of what the mobile consumer actually wants to achieve; of technology change and adoption, devices and platforms; of mobile usage statistics and, finally, presents his thoughts on the future of mobile marketing. He then provides a tactical toolkit that includes discussion of mobile sites and responsive design; how to build, market and maintain apps; uses of social media in a mobile context; mobile search and search engine optimization [SEO]; mobile advertising; augmented reality; QR codes; near field communication [NFC];Short Messaging Services [SMS] and mobile analytics. Along with helpful graphs and tips for further reading, the book includes several international case studies that illustrate the potential pitfalls and rewards of mobile marketing initiatives.
The book is a useful and compelling read, designed both for those new to mobile marketing and those looking for advice on how to better incorporate mobile into other marketing activities. Combining theoretical understanding of mobile's role in the marketing arena and practical exercises, Rowles shows how to build a top-down strategy, encompassing all consumer touch points, to future-proof businesses against customers' ever-changing mobile interaction with brands. [close]
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