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Successful Direct Marketing Methods
Interative, Database, and Customer-based Marketing for Digital Ageav Bob Stone499
direct marketing has grown beyond its roots in traditional mail order to embrace a host of new technologies, customer relationship-building techniques, and performance measures. today, businesses and nonprofits of all kinds use direct marketing, which now garners 25% of the u.s. marketer's budget, surpassing newspapers and broadcast tv.
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hailed as the bible of direct marketing for over 30 years, Successful Direct Marketing Methods has been completely updated and expanded with all the latest tools and techniques needed for success in today's digital, multi-channel marketplace. Written by world-renowned direct marketing experts Bob Stone and Ron Jacobs, the Eighth Edition of successful direct marketing methods contains major revisions to chapters on the creative process, fully covering the development of direct mail advertising, catalogs, and print advertising. The Eighth Edition also explores such new topics as:
- The expanding objectives of direct marketing in the digital age
- Techniques for optimizing customer acquisition, up-selling and cross-selling, reducing defections, extending loyalty, and improving retention
- CRM applications, data mining, call center, campaign management, and sales force automation
- Customer experience management--connecting customers and brands at every touch point
- Brand building with direct marketing tools and techniques
- The growth of direct marketing in Europe, Asia, and Latin America
- Methods of international marketing--both direct and telemarketing
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Bob Stone Chairman Emeritus, Stone & Adler, Inc. President, Bob Stone, Inc. Awards Member of Direct Marketing Hall of Fame. Eight-time winner of the Direct Marketing Associations Best of Industry Award. Recipient of the Charles S. Downes Award for direct marketing contributions. Recipient of the Edward N. Mayer, Jr. Award for contributions to direct marketing education and two Gold Echo Awards as well as the John Caples Award for copy excellence. Articles and Books Bob Stone was a feature columnist in Advertising Age for 12 years, writing over 200 articles on the subject of direct marketing. He is the author of Successful Direct Marketing Methods, now in its seventh edition. (Over 200,000 copies in print, including foreign editions.) He has also authored Direct Marketing Success Stories and co-authored Successful Telemarketing. NTC Business Books of Lincolnwood, Illnois is the publisher of Stones books. Teaching Stone has taught degree programs at Northwestern University and University of Missouri. He has lectured extensively in the States, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Affiliations Former Director, Direct Marketing Association Former President, Chicago Association of Direct Marketing Former President, Associated Third Class Mail Users Former Trustee, Direct Marketing Educational Foundation
Ron Jacobs is President of Jacobs & Clevenger, Inc., an integrated marketing and professional services company with a focus on customer relationship marketing and based in Chicago, Illinois. He is also Senior Lecturer in the Medill/Integrated Marketing Communications Program, Northwestern University, where he teaches interactive marketing and E-Commerce. He was Program Coordinator for the Certificate of Direct Marketing Program at DePaul University from 1991 to 1995. Ron is a 1994 recipient of the Direct Marketing Education Foundation's Outstanding Direct Marketing Educator Award. A frequent speaker in the United States and internationally, Jacobs is the author of articles on such direct marketing issues as customer acquisition, database development, interactive/new media, business-to-business campaigns, integrated marketing communications, privacy, and customer relationship management. Jacobs is on the DMA Information and Interactive Tech Council and served as Vice Chair 1997-199 and E-Commerce Chair 1998-1999. He has served as an expert witness on the uses of consumer data and privacy. He is on the Advisory Board for the DMA Political Action Committee. A past president of the Chicago Association of Direct Marketing, Ron has served as Trustee of the CADM's Education Foundation and is past General Chairman of the CADM's Education Foundation Campaign Committee. He was CADM's 1998 Direct Marketer of the Year. Prior to beginning his direct marketing career, Ron spent 10 years with Trans World Airlines, where he worked in Customer Service, Operations, and agency sales.
Section One: Direct Marketing EssentialsChapter 1: The Scope of Direct Marketing Chapter 2: Business, Strategic and Direct Marketing Planning Chapter 3: The Impact of DatabasesChapter 4: Consumer and Business Mailing ListsChapter 5: The OfferChapter 6: Building Customer RelationshipsChapter 7: Implementing Global Direct Marketing CampaignsChapter 8: Business-to-Business Direct MarketingChapter 9: Marketing to Businesses with Lead Generation
Section Two: Media of Direct MarketingChapter 10 - MagazinesChapter 11 - NewspapersChapter 12 - TV/RadioChapter 13: Insert and Co-op MediaChapter 14: Telemarketing/Teleservices
Section Three: Internet Direct MarketingChapter 15: Overview of Internet Direct MarketingChapter 16: E-Communications Chapter 17: E-Commerce
Section Four: Managing the Creative ProcessChapter 18: Creating Direct Mail AdvertisingChapter 19: Creating and Managing CatalogsChapter 20: Creating Print AdvertisingChapter 21: Modeling for Business Decision SupportChapter 22: Mathematics of Direct MarketingChapter 23: Innovation through Creativity and TestingChapter 24: Research for Direct MarketingGlossary