The world of digital media is changing at a phenomenal pace. Constantly evolving technologies, and their evolving uses, are transforming how we access information and how we interact and communicate with one another on a global scale.
Understanding Digital Marketing looks at the world of digital marketing: how it got started, how it got to where it is today, and where the thought leaders in the industry believe it is headed in the future. The book shows readers, in a practical and comprehensive way, how to harness the power of digital media and use it to achieve the utmost success for their businesses. It explains how to choose online marketing channels in order to get products and services to market. It explores in detail such areas as search marketing, affiliate marketing, e-mail marketing, creative online executions, and digital marketing strategies.
Including real-world examples of digital marketing successes and expert opinions, Understanding Digital Marketing will give readers the tools to utilize the power of the internet to take their businesses wherever they want them to go.
Damian Ryan has been at the forefront of the Irish media and advertising business for many years. His current role is as a specialist investor and dealmaker in the mergers and acquisitions business. Calvin Jones is a freelance writer, journalist, blogger, online marketer and author who helps organizations of all sizes to communicate more effectively both on- and off-line.Review:
"[A] comprehensive primer to digital marketing, with an invaluable exhaustive glossary of terminology and acronyms." -- Supplymanagement.com
"[A] valuable collection of case studies, each of which demonstrates a vital lesson." - Director Magazine
"[T]he subject is presented in a thoughtful, fulsome manner that nonetheless remains accessible to all readers.... Highly recommended." -- Choice
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Descrizione libro Kogan Page, 2009. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110749453893