The End of Branding

The End of Branding: What really drives consumers to buy: marketing that’s targeted to real-world buying behavior

Hardback Published on: 12/06/2015
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Synopsis

The term “branding” encourages the idea that brands can be created through decisive communication. This assumption leads to an enormous waste of marketing resources. But what are the alternatives to branding? This book focuses on what really matters to the marketing professional: motivating new customers to buy and ensuring they will buy again. This is achieved by using a marketing approach based on the buying process. This approach shows where communication is still effective, reveals key points along the way and demonstrates how to reach people so the buying process moves forward and ends with a purchase.

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“With its valuable food for thought, this book is recommended by getAbstract to anyone responsible for marketing and sales.”

Rolf Dobelli, getAbstract.com

“Rutschmann’s approach is fundamental and new. The book is also an exciting read, loaded with practical examplesand evidence, and makes intriguing arguments.”

Dr. Christian Belz, professor of marketing, University of St. Gallen

“The exciting thing about this book is how it brings to life the buying process and the various influences on the consumer while you read it.”

Harvard Business Manager

  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
  • ISBN: 9783658078973
  • Number of pages: 150
  • Dimensions: 240 x 168 mm

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