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Managing Brand Equity

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ISBN-10: 0029001013

ISBN-13: 9780029001011

Edition: 1991

Authors: David A. Aaker

List price: $35.00
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Book details

List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 1991
Publisher: Free Press
Publication date: 9/9/1991
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 299
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.342

Preface and Acknowledgments
What Is Brand Equity?
The Ivory Story
The Role of Brands
Brand-Building Neglect
The Role of Assets and Skills
What Is Brand Equity?
What Is the Value of a Brand?
Brand Value Based upon Future Earnings
Issues in Managing Brand Equity
The Plan of the Book
Brand Loyalty
The Micro Pro Story
Brand Loyalty
Measuring Brand Loyalty
The Strategic Value of Brand Loyalty
Maintaining and Enhancing Loyalty
Selling Old Customers Instead of New Ones
Brand Awareness
The Datsun-Becomes-Nissan Story
The GE-Becomes-Black and Decker Story
What is Brand Awareness?
How Awareness Works to Help the Brand
The Power of Old Brand Names
How to Achieve Awareness
Perceived Quality
The Schlitz Story
What Is Perceived Quality?
How Perceived Quality Generates Value
What Influences Perceived Quality?
Brand Associations: The Positioning Decision
The Weight Watchers Story
Associations, Image, and Positioning
How Brand Associations Create Value
Types of Associations
The Measurement of Brand Associations
The Ford Taurus Story
What Does This Brand Mean to You?
Scaling Brand Perceptions
Selecting, Creating, and Maintaining Associations
The Dove Story
The Honeywell Story
Which Associations
Creating Associations
Maintaining Associations
Managing Disasters
The Name, Symbol, and Slogan
The Volkswagen Story
Names
Symbols
Slogans
Brand Extensions: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Levi Tailored Classics Story
The Good: What the Brand Name Brings to the Extension
More Good: Extensions Can Enhance the Core Brand
The Bad: The Name Fails to Help the Extension
The Ugly: The Brand Name Is Damaged
More Ugly: A New Brand Name Is Foregone
How to Go About It
Strategy Considerations
Revitalizing the Brand
The Yamaha Story
Increasing Usage
Finding New Uses
Entering New Markets
Repositioning the Brand
Augmenting the Product/Service
Obsoleting Existing Products with New-Generation Technologies
Alternatives to Revitalization: The End Game
Global Branding and a Recap
The Kal Kan Story
The Parker Pen Story
A Global Brand?
Targeting a Country
Analyzing the Context
A Recap
Notes
Index