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Relationship Marketing

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Amazon link: Relationship Marketing: Successful Strategies For The Age Of The Customer

  • Contents
    • Preface
    • Acknowledgements
    • The chapters
      • Marketing is everything (reprinted from HBR)
        • Marketing is everything and everything is marketing
        • The goal of marketing is to own the market, not just to sell the product
        • Marketing evolves as technology evolves
        • Marketing a product is marketing a service is marketing a product
        • Technology markets technology
      • New themes for new marketing
        • Introduction
          • Established patterns of market behavior are no longer tenable
          • Today's management is faced with a myriad of new and changing business circumstances
            • Often far beyond its realm of control
          • Things that can happen in this new competitive era
            • Product and service diversity increase even in narrow market segments
            • Global competition increases
            • Markets are so segmented that niche becomes king
            • Industry distinctions are blurred
            • Product life cycles are accelerated
            • Distribution channels are in constant flux
              • While staying close to the customer is paramount, channels often obscure customer dialogue
            • Traditional promotional media amplify the noise level and fail to communicate clear messages. Confusion reigns
            • Organizations downsize and restructure
              • Looking for new ways to do business
            • The business environment and course of competitive events are unpredictable
            • Forecasting and research don't provide a clear path of action
        • Time to market and time to acceptance
        • The rise of "other"
          • More of everything
            • More cookie companies
            • More brands of clothing
          • "Other" owns the leading market share of …
          • Technology …
          • How do you create and sustain customer loyalty?
          • How do you create a position for yourself and your products that generates customer loyalty?
          • Time for the concept of marketing and positioning to be redefined
          • New themes
            • Marketing is like going to the moon
              • Gravitational forces exerted on the product
                • The product
                • Technology
                • Financial resources
                • Timing
                • Service and support
                • People
              • Market's gravitational forces
                • Strategic customer relationships
                • Market infrastructure
                • FUD
                • Competition
                • Adaptation sequence
                • Social trends
            • Marketing is about market creation, not market sharing
            • Marketing is about process, not promotional tactics
            • Marketing is qualitative, not quantitative
            • Marketing is everybody's job
      • Relationship marketing: it all starts with the customer
        • Introduction
          • Dynamic positioning
            • Corporate image
            • Product planning
            • Marketing
            • Financial health
        • The death of a salesman
      • Product positioning: the holistic approach
        • The environment define the produc
        • Focus on the intangibles
        • The whole product
        • Finding the right targets
      • Why products succeed; why they fail
        • Characteristics
        • Original concepts, incremental improvements
        • Market driven or marketing driven
        • Brand
        • Experimenting and changing
      • Market positioning: developing relationships
        • Credibility
          • Inference
          • Reference
          • Evidence
        • Using word of mouth
          • Targets
            • Customers
            • The selling chain
            • Industry watchers
            • The financial community
            • The press
            • The community
        • Developing the infrastructure
        • Forming strategic relationships
          • Product-creation process breaks down into four stages
            • Basic research
            • Applied research
            • Development—
            • Manufacturing and marketing
        • Selling to the right customers
      • Communications: from monologue to dialogue
        • Market relations
        • Matter and antimatter
        • Communication is management's role
        • Dealing with the press
          • Don't go to the press too early
          • Meet with journalist one on one
          • Educate the media
          • Look beyond products
          • Be honest about bad news
        • Putting it all together
      • Corporate positioning: there's only one thing that really counts
        • Other benefits of an established corporate position
          • Faster market penetration
          • Less product drag
          • Better access to market and technology information
          • Lower cost of sales
          • Higher prices
          • Better recruiting
          • More employee loyalty
          • Higher price-earning ration
      • Developing a strategy: knowledge marketing and experience marketing
        • Knowing where you're going
        • Internal audits: knowledge marketing
          • Questions
        • External audits: experience marketing
          • Statistics don't reflect reality in the marketplace
        • The qualitative approach
        • Deciding on a strategy
      • Things that go bump in the night: the ten biggest competitors
        • Intangible competitors
          • Competitors
          • Resistance to change
          • Educated customers
          • The customer's mind
          • The commodity mentality
          • The bigness mentality
          • Broken chains
          • The product concept
          • Things that go bump in the night
          • Yourself
      • The long road to success: the Macintosh story
        • The launch
        • The beginnings
        • The audience
        • MacTrouble
        • Comeback No. 1
        • The infrastructure
        • MacMessages
        • MacAdvertising
        • Comeback No. 2
        • MacAddendum
    • Twenty-first century marketing
    • Test your marketing IQ
    • Reading list

 

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