Tribal Marketing, Tribal Branding: An expert guide to the brand co-creation process

Hardcover | August 26, 2013

byBrendan Richardson

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The face of consumer marketing has changed. However, most contemporary approaches to marketing still fall far short of delivering on the full potential of social and other media for brand development. In contrast, tribal branding integrates offline and online approaches to brand development, allowing marketers to benefit from greatly enhanced levels of consumer devotion to brands.

Featuring insightful examples and case studies, 'Tribal Marketing, Tribal Branding' incorporates the approach of ethno-marketing to expertly explain the opportunities for marketing and branding professionals to co-create brands with, and develop new ways of marketing to, tribal groups and brand communities.

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The face of consumer marketing has changed. However, most contemporary approaches to marketing still fall far short of delivering on the full potential of social and other media for brand development. In contrast, tribal branding integrates offline and online approaches to brand development, allowing marketers to benefit from greatly e...

BRENDAN RICHARDSON is Lecturer in Marketing and Consumer Behaviour in the Department of Management and Marketing at University College Cork, Ireland and is building a reputation in the areas of tribal marketing and consumer tribes.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:198 pages, 9.67 × 6.31 × 0.7 inPublished:August 26, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230368824

ISBN - 13:9780230368828

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Table of Contents

1. Tribes, Tribal Marketing, and Tribal Branding
2. What is Tribal Marketing, and why hasn't it been more widely implemented?
3. Tribal Origins and Idiosyncracies – Why Brand Tribes form and why they need to see themselves as unique
4. Understanding Tribal Dynamics: Beginning to Engage with the Art of Ethno-Marketing
5. Collecting Tribal Data
6. Interpreting Tribal Data: Analysing Ethnographic Data and using it to build and maintain Tribal Brands
7. Meet the Tribes
8. Towards an Ethics of Tribal Marketing
9. Tribes and Tribal Branding – where do we go from here?
Bibliography
Index