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The #1 Strategy of High-Performance Brands
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- why me-too brands are doomed to fail
- how to "read" customer feedback on new products and messages
- the 17 steps for designing difference into your brand
- how to turn your brands onliness into a trueline to drive synergy
- the secrets of naming products, services, and companies
- the four deadly dangers faced by brand portfolios
- how to stretch your brand without breaking it
- how to succeed at all three stages of the competition cycle
From the back cover:
In an age of me-too products and instant communications, keeping up with the competition is no longer a winning strategy. Today you have to out-position, out-maneuver, and out-design the competition. The new rule? When everybody zigs, zag. In his first book, THE BRAND GAP, Neumeier showed companies how to bridge the distance between business strategy and design. In ZAG, he illustrates the number-one strategy of high-performance brandsradical differentiation.
ZAG is an AIGA Design Press book, published under Peachpit's New Riders imprint in partnership with AIGA. For a quick peek inside ZAG, go to www.zagbook.com.
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Each of [Neumeiers] books is excellent, but ZAG is revolutionary.
JACK COVERT AND TODD SATTERSTEN, FROM THE 100 BEST BUSINESS BOOKS OF ALL TIME
You already know that this book has the best title of any marketing book in a generation. What you dont know is the details of the Intrusiveness Death Spiral and what to do about it. This little book ought to help. A lot.
SETH GODIN, AUTHOR OF SMALL IS THE NEW BIG
Heres a practical field guide on how to create and grow a world-class brand, so no more excusesread it now and start zagging.
KIP KNIGHT, MARKETING VICE PRESIDENT, EBAY
The revolution needs passion, imagination, and a dangerous handbook. Here
it is, born in the trenches yet written with enough verve and imagination to get you out of themfast.
BRIAN COLLINS, EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR, OGILVY
A big idea surrounded by 17 practical steps and presented in a delightful style. The presentation alone is worth the price of the book.
DAVID A. AAKER, VICE CHAIRMAN, PROPHET, AUTHOR OF BRAND PORTFOLIO STRATEGY
Awesome bookeven better than THE BRAND GAP. It arrived at my desk like a familiar but new friend.
ROD SWANSON, DIRECTOR OF BRAND INTEGRATION, ELECTRONIC ARTS
There are two strategy choices: Do what everyone else is doing, only better, cheaper, or faster. Or do something different and truly distinctive. Marty Neumeier offers essential insights into how to do the latter.
PROF. RON SANCHEZ, COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL, CO-AUTHOR OF THE NEW STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
"ZAG is the new GPS for marketers. Clear, crisp directions for building strong brands and keeping them fresh and relevant. Read it before your competition does and stay one zag ahead.
GARY ELLIOTT, VP BRAND MARKETING, HEWLETT-PACKARD
Never has one author jammed so many good ideas into so few pages as Marty Neumeier has.
AL RIES, AUTHOR OF THE ORIGIN OF BRANDS
"It is part manifesto, part practical handbook, and you can read it between LaGuardia and Logan.
Bloggat om ZAG
Marty Neuemeier is president of Neutron, a San Francisco firm that specialises in designing internal programs for companies that want to improve their brand integration. He is also a regular speaker and workshop leader and the author The Brand Gap (0321348109)
Part 1. Finding Your Zag Hit 'Em Where They Ain't The Dynamics of Different and Good Look for the White Space Uncover a Need State Find a Parade Part 2. Designing Your Zag Brand As a System Checkpoint 1: Who Are You? Checkpoint 2: What Do You Do? Checkpoint 3: What's Your Vision? Checkpoint 4: What Wave Are You Riding? Checkpoint 5: Who Shares the Brandscape? Checkpoint 6: What Makes You the "Only"? Checkpoint 7: What Should You Add or Subtract? Checkpoint 8: Who Loves You? Checkpoint 9: Who's the Enemy? Checkpoint 10: What Do They Call You? Checkpoint 11: How Do You Explain Yourself? Checkpoint 12: How Do You Spread the Word? Checkpoint 13: How Do People Engage With You? Checkpoint 14: What Do They Experience? Checkpoint 15: How Do You Earn Their Loyalty? Checkpoint 16: How Do You Extend Your Success? Checkpoint 17: How Do You Protect Your Portfolio? Part 3. Renewing Your Zag Scissors, Paper, Rock The Focus of Scissors The Momentum of Rock The Size of Paper How Structure Becomes Stricture Unlocking Your Zag When Good Shareholders Go Bad The New Prime Directive A Two-Stage Rocket Zagging At the Speed of Change The 17-Step Process Take-Home Lessons Recommended Reading About Neutron Acknowledgments About The Author Index