Absolute Essentials of Digital Marketing by Alan Charlesworth"This shortform textbook provides readers with a comprehensive yet concise overview of the fundamentals of Digital Marketing. The author, a well-renowned teacher and writer on the subject, presents a concise and clear structure that works step by step through each of the core aspects of the subject, including SEO, metrics and analytics, web development, e-commerce, social media and digital marketing strategy. Presented in nine chapters to suit delivery periods at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, the book can be used as either a core text that gives tutors a sound platform on which to structure a module on digital marketing or as supporting text where digital marketing is an element of a module with a broader scope, such as strategic marketing. Pedagogical features include an essential summary paragraph at the start of each chapter, focused references and further reading. There is also online teaching and learning support for both in-class and digital delivery, including suggested case studies, chapter questions and other activities"--
Publication Date: 2020-11-01
Fundamentals of Digital Marketing, 2/e by Puneet BhatiaStaying true to its former edition 'Fundamentals of digital marketing (second edition)' is an honest attempt to capture and showcase the evolving Indian landscape of digital marketing to an audience that had for long viewed this academic field from a non-Indian lens. This text will be of great interest to students, professors, readers, and entrepreneurs as it brings forth a pedagogical, framework-driven approach mostly lacking across academic and corporate circuits.
Publication Date: 2019
Customer Relationship Management by V. Kumar; Werner ReinartzThis book presents an extensive discussion of the strategic and tactical aspects of customer relationship management as we know it today. It helps readers obtain a comprehensive grasp of CRM strategy, concepts and tools and provides all the necessary steps in managing profitable customer relationships. Throughout, the book stresses a clear understanding of economic customer value as the guiding concept for marketing decisions. Exhaustive case studies, mini cases and real-world illustrations under the title "CRM at Work" all ensure that the material is both highly accessible and applicable, and help to address key managerial issues, stimulate thinking, and encourage problem solving. The book is a comprehensive and up-to-date learning companion for advanced undergraduate students, master's degree students, and executives who want a detailed and conceptually sound insight into the field of CRM. The new edition provides an updated perspective on the latest research results and incorporates the impact of the digital transformation on the CRM domain.