Learn how to increase brand engagement through the creation and distribution of content using an owned digital channel approach. Want to learn how to get people to engage with your brand, but not sure where to begin? Digital technology has rapidly evolved in the last decade, and so too has the way people communicate. Businesses can no longer rely solely on traditional business models to build brand awareness.
In today’s interconnected, hyperaware world, brand awareness and brand engagement are synonymous. We are in the age of digital brand engagement, where brands need to participate in, and inspire, a two-way conversation with their consumers.
This course will teach you about this shift and how it has altered the way brands communicate with their audiences. You will learn about the challenges of managing a digital brand and how rich and compelling content, combined with digital distribution, are integral to brand engagement.
What you'll learn:
- The inter-relationship between paid, owned and earned media
- Consumer change and how it is altering brand communications
- Content marketing and how owned content can be distributed across company owned digital media assets
- The value of Earned Media which interests your audience
Module 1: The Digital Consumer
- Compare and contrast marketer control versus consumer control
- Examine consumer empowerment
- Explore consumer participation and engagement
Module 2: Content Marketing
- Examine content marketing and determine its value
- Explore different strategies for content distribution
- Identify some of the challenges associated with content marketing
Module 3: Owned Media Assets
- Explore the concept of owned media and its importance to brands
- Investigate the impact of owned media decision making
- Examine a range of owned media assets and determine their value
Module 4: Earned Media
- Investigate brand engagement and why is it important
- Examine and evaluate a range of engagement platforms
In this course, you will learn how businesses create value for customers. We will examine the process by which Marketing builds on a thorough understanding of buyer behavior to create value. You will learn the major elements of the marketing mix - product policy, channels of distribution, communication, and pricing - and see how they fit within different analytical frameworks that are useful to managers.
By taking this course you will be able to identify the critical information needed to develop a product and brand strategy that generates both quick-wins and long-term value. You will be in the position to create an activity plan to bring your brand strategy to life (both externally towards consumers and internally to employees) and you will be able to define the right metrics for determining success in the implementation of your product and brand strategy, considering any adjustments that may need to be made under a test and learn methodology.
In this third course in the Social Marketing Specialization - "The Engagement & Nurture Marketing Strategies" - you will learn two of the most effective social strategies used by organizations today. You'll see real-world best practice examples and learn what metrics they use to gauge success. You will also learn the importance of infographics and the impact a well-designed landing page can have on your bottom line. All of the social skills you have learned thus far will be put into action with a multimedia filter and focus blog that you will create to demonstrate how social can enable real-time marketing results.
Luego de tomar este curso será capaz de identificar la información crítica que se necesita para desarrollar estrategias de marca y de producto que logren resultados inmediatos y también generen valor en el largo plazo. Estará en capacidad de crear un plan de actividades para hacer que su estrategia de marca se haga realidad (tanto externamente para los consumidores como internamente para los empleados).
You've thought about who you are and how you want your career to be. You have some skills to deal with situations that could cause problems. What about the team around you? How do you build functional and constructive professional relationships? How can you add value? What do employers look for when they are promoting?
Taught by three of Wharton's top faculty in the marketing department, consistently ranked as the #1 marketing department in the world, this course covers three core topics in customer loyalty: branding, customer centricity, and practical, go-to-market strategies.
Learn how fashion and luxury companies work and understand their brands, products, retail, and communication strategies. Travel through business models, international development, and product categories with industry influent experts.
Learn how to optimise your company’s education processes with Corporate Digital Learning (CDL). Improve engagement, knowledge transfer and job performance with a global community of social learning professionals.
Brands originated as proofs of ownership, such as those burnt onto cattle. They evolved to become the symbolic identity for goods and services. This easy identification, with logos and trademarks, became a short cut for quality and trust. People putting their services in the marketplace also became ‘brand names’. This used to a game only for the rich, successful, or notorious. But In the 21st Century anyone participating in the Web has a searchable identity. So whether we like it or not, we have a brand to cultivate. This course provides systematic ways of reviewing and implementing your existing and proposed brand identities, based on psychology and demography. Multimedia is now so affordable that a full Hollywood-style extravaganza is possible. So technology is no longer a constraint. Rather, the focus is on strategy to drive the use of the technology.
MOOCs – Massive Open Online Courses – enable students around the world to take university courses online. This guide, by the instructors of edX’s most successful MOOC in 2013-2014, Principles of Written English (based on both enrollments and rate of completion), advises current and future students how to get the most out of their online study, covering areas such as what types of courses are offered and who offers them, what resources students need, how to register, how to work effectively with other students, how to interact with professors and staff, and how to handle assignments. This second edition offers a new chapter on how to stay motivated. This book is suitable for both native and non-native speakers of English, and is applicable to MOOC classes on any subject (and indeed, for just about any type of online study).