Synopses & Reviews
Market-leading ADVERTISING, PROMOTION, AND OTHER ASPECTS OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS, 9th Edition discusses all aspects of marketing communications, from time-honored methods to the newest developments in the field. Delivering the fundamentals you need, the text focuses on advertising and promotion, including planning, branding, media buying, sales, public relations, and much more. Emerging topics get special attention in this edition, such as the enormous popularity of social media outlets, online and digital practices, viral communications, and personal selling, along with all of their effects on traditional marketing. Revised to make ADVERTISING, PROMOTION, AND OTHER ASPECTS OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS, 9th Edition the most current I.M.C. book on the market, chapters address must-know changes to environmental, regulatory, and ethical issues, as well as Marcom insights, place-based applications, privacy, global marketing, and of course, memorable advertising campaigns.
The eighth edition of Shimp's market-leading ADVERTISING, PROMOTION, AND OTHER ASPECTS OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS fully integrates all aspects of marketing communication. While continuing to focus on the time honored IMC methods, the text reflects new academic literature and practitioner developments in the field. Some reorganization along with comprehensive treatment on the fundamentals of advertising and promotion are the focus of the revision. Changes include earlier coverage of new brands (ch. 3), the latest in various forms of Internet advertising (ch. 13), a new chapter (18) on PR and word-of-mouth management, and expanded coverage environmental issues regarding global warming and sustainability in a newly-organized ethics chapter (21).
About the Author
Terence Shimp is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of South Carolina where he was a faculty member for 29 years and earned a number of teaching awards, including the Amoco Foundation Award. The former W. W. Johnson Distinguished Foundation Fellow and Chair of the Marketing Department in the Moore School of Business, Dr. Shimp also taught at Kent University. He has published widely in marketing, consumer behavior, and advertising, and received the American Academy of Advertising's lifetime award for outstanding contributions to research in advertising. Past president of the Association for Consumer Research, as well as the Journal of Consumer Research policy board, Dr. Shimp has represented the Federal Trade Commission and various state agencies as an expert witness in issues concerning advertising deception and unfairness. Terence A. Shimp received his doctorate from the University of Maryland. J. Craig Andrews is Professor and Charles H. Kellstadt Chair in Marketing at Marquette University, where he has been faculty for 27 years. A visiting professor with Coca-Cola Foods and Fitzgerald and Co. advertising agency, he has also consulted for the Wisconsin Tobacco Control Board, Federal Trade Commission, and Food and Drug Administration. His written work has appeared in Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, Journal of Advertising, Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising, Journal of Retailing, European Journal of Marketing, Journal of International Business Studies, American Journal of Public Health, and other publications. A former Editor of the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, Dr. Andrews was twice named Reviewer of the Year. Currently serving on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Risk Communication Advisory Committee, his broad experience also includes work for the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign and the Federal Trade Commission (for which he earned the F.T.C.'s Award for Meritorious Service). Dr. Andrews received a Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of South Carolina.
Table of Contents
PART I: THE PRACTICE AND ENVIRONMENT OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS (I.M.C.). 1. An Overview of Integrated Marketing Communications. 2. Enhancing Brand Equity and Accountability. 3. Brand Adoption, Brand Naming and Intellectual Property Issues. 4. Environmental, Regulatory and Ethical Issues. PART II: FUNDAMENTAL I.M.C. PLANNING BACKGROUND AND DECISIONS. 5. Segmentation and Targeting in I.M.C. 6. The Communications Process and Consumer Behavior. 7. The Role of Persuasion in I.M.C. 8. I.M.C. Objective Setting and Budgeting. PART III: ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT AND NEW MEDIA CHOICES. 9. An Overview of Advertising Management. 10. Effective and Creative Ad Messages. 11. Endorsers and Message Appeals in Advertising. 12. Traditional Ad Media. 13. Online Advertising. 14. Social Media. 15. Direct Advertising and Other Media. 16. Media Planning and Analysis. 17. Measuring Ad Message Effectiveness. PART IV: SALES PROMOTION MANAGEMENT. 18. Sales Promotion Overview and the Role of Trade Promotion. 19. Consumer Sales Promotion: Sampling and Couponing. 20. Consumer Sales Promotion: Premiums and other Promotions. PART V: OTHER I.M.C. TOOLS. 21. Public Relations, Buzz Marketing, and Sponsorships. 22. Packaging, POP Communications, and Signage. 23. Personal Selling.