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Build Your Own Life Brand

Author : Stedman Graham
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Now in paperback, bestselling author Graham draws on the techniques used by advertisers and celebrities to show how anyone can create and project the positive and distinctive image that spells success.

The Adventures of a Real Life Brand Czar

Author : Steven Savino
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The crafting of winning brand strategies is the cornerstone to any marketer's professional success and personal growth. This book is all about critical success factors that showcase the key lessons learned and tools of the trade from years of experience in battling the highly competitive marketing wars on both a global and local market front. Introduced are marketing rules of engagement illustrated through personal experiences with actionable best practices so that marketers can have the confidence to build on big ideas by slaughtering sacred cows and avoiding the repeat of several prototypical brand marketing mistakes and misconceptions. Several new ways to implement the traditional tools for the trade are presented including a new strategy model called the Brand Activation Matrix; a new approach to utilizing SWOT analysis whereby a manageable number of Must-Win-Battles are leveraged throughout the organization; a brand positioning model that truly differentiates; a new product development growth strategy model that is based on identifying industry segment 'Hot Spots'; and a Brand Marketing Annual Planning Template that leverages the brand's key issues and challenges for strategies, action plans, budget development, ROI and measurement criteria.

On the Struggle to Self Promote

Author : K. Ibura
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The challenges of building a writing career don't end with the craft of writing. Writers also have to find ways to tell the world of their work. Tooting your own horn can be a vastly uncomfortable practice and can be downright excruciating, especially in the midst of ongoing rejection. On the Struggle to Self Promote examines ways to reframe the act of self-promotion so that you don't feel like you're hawking your ways, but rather honoring your creativity and being a passionate advocate for your work out in the world.

Generation Brand

Author : Irina Soriano
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Right this minute, you are the proud owner of a library full of content. And congratulations, it’s all about you! Cute, rambunctious, smart, or downright unflattering photos, videos, phrases, behaviors, what and who you like and love, where you’ve been, and what elicits your frown or thumbs down. You and your reactors have been building your life-brand since the birth of your life online. With trolls, cancel culture, reputational damage, and career destruction tainting our new connected reality, isn’t it time you take control of it? Generation Brand is a modern playbook for cultivating your life-brand seamlessly through every life stage, leading to your early career and career advancement, as it gains power and strength with the rapid accumulation of live-out-loud content. Besides the different scenarios of life-brand, author Irina Soriano explains how it enables every human with social media access to impact positive change in their life and our society over the course of a lifetime. Also, start your exciting life-brand journey in real-time with an original Life-Brand Launch Kit designed by the author. It’s your life(-brand)! Love it forever. Book Review 1: "Irina Soriano is boldly taking a stand on gender equity for ‘Generation Brand’ (those born 2012-2030), introducing new thinking that has a clear link between the need to polish the social media landscape that girls and women are growing up in and empowering them to feel confident, equal to their male counterparts, and ultimately motivated to propel their career path to executive levels. The masses can benefit from the concept of life-brand and mastering it for a fulfilling, fair and just life.” —Susan MacKenty Brady, CEO, Simmons University Institute for Inclusive Leadership Book Review 2: “In a world of rapid change and innovation, this book is both a wake-up call about the pitfalls accompanying this progress, and a roadmap for using the concept of life-brand as a new tool for social good and personal welfare. Managing your personal information and how it impacts your reputation and life-brand is going to be an essential part of everybody’s toolkit. Today, we are able to project our views, beliefs, knowledge, experience, and personalities onto a wide, sometimes even global canvas. Learning to do that safely and effectively is going to be an indispensable skill set for ‘Generation Brand’ and future generations, both in the workplace and in private settings.” —Christopher Willcox, former CEO JP Morgan Asset Management

Personal Branding on Social Media

Author : Sanja Kapidzic
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Die Desintegration traditioneller Arbeitsstrukturen zeichnet die heutige Gesellschaft aus und hat maßgeblich zur Notwendigkeit der proaktiven Einstellung zur eigenen Karriere geführt. Vor diesem Hintergrund untersucht die Studie, wie Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler soziale Medien für die professionelle Selbstdarstellung und das Networking nutzen. Unter dem Begriff Personal Branding gebündelt geht die Studie dieser Frage nach und untersucht zudem mögliche Determinanten der Nutzung sozialer Medien für Personal Branding. Die Idee des sozialen Kapitals und die Impression-Management-Theorie bilden die theoretische Grundlage der Untersuchung und liefern ein Model mit dem Determinanten des Personal Branding untersucht wurden. Die Untersuchung zeigte, dass die Nutzung sozialer Medien für die professionelle Selbstdarstellung und das Networking in Beziehung zu persönlichen, sozialen und Umgebungsfaktoren steht. Die Nutzung erscheint jedoch eher den Zweck statischer Informationspräsentation als dynamischer Interaktion zu erfüllen.

Brand Mascots

Author : Stephen Brown
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Tony the Tiger. The Pillsbury Doughboy. The Michelin Man. The Playboy bunny. The list of brand mascots, spokes-characters, totems and logos goes on and on and on. Mascots are one of the most widespread modes of marketing communication and one of the longest established. Yet, despite their ubiquity and utility, brand mascots seem to be held in comparatively low esteem by the corporate cognoscenti. This collection, the first of its kind, raises brand mascots’ standing, both in an academic sense and from a managerial perspective. Featuring case studies and empirical analyses from around the world – here Hello Kitty, there Aleksandr Orlov, beyond that Angry Birds – the book presents the latest thinking on beast-based brands, broadly defined. Entirely qualitative in content, it represents a readable, reliable resource for marketing academics, marketing managers, marketing students and the consumer research community. It should also prove of interest to scholars in adjacent fields, such as cultural studies, media studies, organisation studies, anthropology, sociology, ethology and zoology.

Move Without the Ball

Author : Stedman Graham
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TV Transformations

Author : Tania Lewis
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The past decade has seen an explosion of lifestyle makeover TV shows. Audiences around the world are being urged to ‘renovate’ everything from their homes to their pets and children while lifestyle experts on TV now tell us what not to eat and what not to wear. Makeover television and makeover culture is now ubiquitous and yet, compared with reality TV shows like Big Brother and Survivor, there has been relatively little critical attention paid to this format. This exciting collection of essays written by leading media scholars from the UK, US and Australia aims to reveal the reasons for the huge popularity and influence of the makeover show. Written in a lively and accessible manner, the essays brought together here will help readers ‘make sense’ of makeover TV by offering a range of different approaches to understanding the emergence of this popular cultural phenomenon. Looking at a range of shows from The Biggest Loser to Trinny and Susannah Undress, essays include an analysis of how and why makeover TV shows have migrated across such a range of TV cultures, the social significance of the rise of home renovation shows, the different ways in which British versus American audiences identify with makeover shows, and the growing role of lifestyle TV in the context of neo-liberalism in educating us to be ‘good’ citizens. This book was published as a special issue of Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

B2B Brand Management

Author : Philip Kotler
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This is one of the first books to probe deeply into the art and science of branding industrial products. The book comes at a time when more industrial companies need to start using branding in a sophisticated way. It provides the concepts, the theory, and dozens of cases illustrating the successful branding of industrial goods. It offers strategies for a successful development of branding concepts for business markets and explains the benefits and the value a business, product or service provides to industrial customers. As industrial companies are turning to branding this book provides the best practices and hands-on advice for B2B brand management.


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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.