Advertising Aaker Building Strong Brands

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Building Strong Brands

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As industries turn increasingly hostile, it is clear that strong brand-building skills are needed to survive and prosper. In David Aaker's pathbreaking book, "Managing Brand Equity, " managers discovered the value of a brand as a strategic asset and a company's primary source of competitive advantage. Now, in this compelling new work, Aaker uses real brand-building cases from Saturn, General Electric, Kodak, Healthy Choice, McDonald's, and others to demonstrate how strong brands have been created and managed.
A common pitfall of brand strategists is to focus on brand attributes. Aaker shows how to break out of the box by considering emotional and self-expressive benefits and by introducing the brand-as-person, brand-as-organization, and brand-as-symbol perspectives. The twin concepts of brand identity (the brand image that brand strategists aspire to create or maintain) and brand position (that part of the brand identity that is to be actively communicated) play a key role in managing the "out-of-the-box" brand.
A second pitfall is to ignore the fact that individual brands are part of a larger system consisting of many intertwined and overlapping brands and subbrands. Aaker shows how to manage the "brand system" to achieve clarity and synergy, to adapt to a changing environment, and to leverage brand assets into new markets and products.
Aaker also addresses practical management issues, introducing a set of brand equity measures, termed the brand equity ten, to help those who measure and track brand equity across products and markets. He presents and analyzes brand-nurturing organizational forms that are responsive to the challenges of coordinated brands acrossmarkets, products, roles, and contexts. Potentially destructive organizational pressures to change a brand's identity and position are also discussed.
As executives in a wide range of industries seek to prevent their products and services from becoming commodities, they are recommitting themselves to brands as a foundation of business strategy. This new work will be essential reading for the battle-ready.

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In this compelling work, Aaker uses real brand-building cases from Saturn, General Electric, Kodak,....

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Dennis Carter

Vice President, Director of Marketing, Intel Corporation

A must for all marketing people.



Joe Weller

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Nestle USA, Inc.

"Managing Brand Equity" established the baseline. This book builds on that solid foundation.



Stephen P. Weisz

Senior Vice President, Lodging Brands, Marriott Lodging Group

A breakthrough work on the strategic value of brands...required reading for anyone who must maximize the profitability of their brands.



Tom Peters

Author of "The Pursuit of WOW!"

A masterpiece...sophisticated, practical, and readable. It applies to the Big Guys....and makes sense for start-ups as well. Brand loyalty is anything but dead: Believe it!



Peter Sealey, PH. D.

Former Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company; presently Executive Consultant to the President, Sony New Technologies Inc.

A must read...will take us to a new level of understanding...a treasure!



Joseph W. Tripoli

Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, Products and Services, MasterCard International Incorporated

Rarely is the sequel as good as the original. This time it's better! With compelling case studies and insightful discussion, Aaker extends the concepts put forth in "Managing Brand Equity "to create the first true owner's manual for brand managers. Aaker is the brand name in brand management!



Peter A. Georgescu

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Young & Rubicam Inc.

Aaker's "brand system" and his discussion of brand equity measurement should fundamentally change our perspectives on marketing.



Robert A. Lutz

President and Chief Operating Officer, Chrysler Corporation

A failure to maintain strong brands is one of the key reasons the American auto industry encountered a "lost generation" of customers in the 1970"s and 1980"s. And one of our fundamental problems was mistaking "brand identity" (what we "wanted "to be) for "brand image" (what we really were)-- just one of the many issues explored in this insightful book. Every American company could benefit from the kind of soul-searching about brands that Professor Aaker advocates.



Dennis CarterVice President, Director of Marketing, Intel CorporationA must for all marketing people.

Joe WellerChairman and Chief Executive Officer, Nestle USA, Inc."Managing Brand Equity" established the baseline. This book builds on that solid foundation.

Peter A. GeorgescuChairman and Chief Executive Officer, Young & Rubicam Inc.Aaker's "brand system" and his discussion of brand equity measurement should fundamentally change our perspectives on marketing.

Stephen P. WeiszSenior Vice President, Lodging Brands, Marriott Lodging GroupA breakthrough work on the strategic value of brands...required reading for anyone who must maximize the profitability of their brands.

Tom PetersAuthor of "The Pursuit of WOW!"A masterpiece...sophisticated, practical, and readable. It applies to the Big Guys....and makes sense for start-ups as well. Brand loyalty is anything but dead: Believe it!

Peter Sealey, PH. D.Former Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company; presently Executive Consultant to the President, Sony New Technologies Inc.A must read...will take us to a new level of understanding...a treasure!

Joseph W. TripoliSenior Vice President, Global Marketing, Products and Services, MasterCard International IncorporatedRarely is the sequel as good as the original. This time it's better! With compelling case studies and insightful discussion, Aaker extends the concepts put forth in "Managing Brand Equity "to create the first true owner's manual for brand managers. Aaker is the brand name in brand management!

Robert A. LutzPresident and Chief Operating Officer, Chrysler CorporationA failure to maintain strong brands is one of the key reasons the American auto industry encountered a "lost generation" of customers in the 1970"s and 1980"s. And one of our fundamental problems was mistaking "brand identity" (what we "wanted "to be) for "brand image" (what we really were)--just one of the many issues explored in this insightful book. Every American company could benefit from the kind of soul-searching about brands that Professor Aaker advocates.

Dennis Carter Vice President, Director of Marketing, Intel Corporation A must for all marketing people.

Tom Peters Author of "The Pursuit of WOW!" A masterpiece...sophisticated, practical, and readable. It applies to the Big Guys....and makes sense for start-ups as well. Brand loyalty is anything but dead: Believe it!

Stephen P. Weisz Senior Vice President, Lodging Brands, Marriott Lodging Group A breakthrough work on the strategic value of brands...required reading for anyone who must maximize the profitability of their brands.

Peter A. Georgescu Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Young & Rubicam Inc. Aaker's "brand system" and his discussion of brand equity measurement should fundamentally change our perspectives on marketing.

Peter Sealey, PH. D. Former Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company; presently Executive Consultant to the President, Sony New Technologies Inc. A must read...will take us to a new level of understanding...a treasure!

Joseph W. Tripoli Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, Products and Services, MasterCard International Incorporated Rarely is the sequel as good as the original. This time it's better! With compelling case studies and insightful discussion, Aaker extends the concepts put forth in Managing Brand Equity to create the first true owner's manual for brand managers. Aaker is the brand name in brand management!

Tom Peters Author of The Pursuit of WOW! A masterpiece...sophisticated, practical, and readable. It applies to the Big Guys....and makes sense for start-ups as well. Brand loyalty is anything but dead: Believe it!

Joe Weller Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Nestle USA, Inc. Managing Brand Equity established the baseline. This book builds on that solid foundation.

Robert A. Lutz President and Chief Operating Officer, Chrysler Corporation A failure to maintain strong brands is one of the key reasons the American auto industry encountered a "lost generation" of customers in the 1970"s and 1980"s. And one of our fundamental problems was mistaking "brand identity" (what we wanted to be) for "brand image" (what we really were)--just one of the many issues explored in this insightful book. Every American company could benefit from the kind of soul-searching about brands that Professor Aaker advocates.

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