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This Principles and Practice of Marketing Book revised edition is exclusively based on the new syllabus of B. Principles and Practice of Marketing book consist of 21 chapters dealing in depth with the basic principles and practices of marketing.
Marketing is a critical business function for most for-profit and non-profit businesses. Marketing is a broad process that includes research, product design and development, promotion and customer service. Much of the marketing function centers around a handful or core principles, strategies and tactics.
Publisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. I have been facilitating marketing, analytics, sales, and consumer behavior classes since and this textbook does a good job of covering all of the marketing mix. Most important, the content is updated and relevant. The layout is Comprehensiveness rating: 5 see less. The layout is user-friendly and easy to read. Based on similar marketing text books I have read, this textbook is accurate and contains content that someone who is unfamiliar with marketing concepts will easily understand.
The use of examples throughout the textbook is a good way to help a beginner to marketing understand the subject matter. I like how this book understands how marketing has changed and explains variables in the environment that is effecting this change. This can be seen in Chapter 1 concerning some of these changes: Ethic and Social Responsibility Sustainability Service-dominant logic Metrics A Global Environment It is good to see that the textbook is up-to-date and recognizes that marketing must adapt to these changes.
Some of the marketing textbooks I read in the past do not recognize these changes. Overall, the information throughout the chapters was easy to understand. I like how examples were used throughout each chapter. My only recommendation is to add more illustrations consistently throughout the textbook. Based on my experience, most students like to see illustrations visualize. I think this helps him or her to understand the subject matter. Overall, the content throughout the textbook is consistent.
However, I notice that some of the chapters have more illustrations than other chapters. I think that using more illustrations and examples would make the chapters more user-friendly. Links to additional resources would also be a good addition. I like the synergy from chapter to chapter. This helps the student to understand how various factors of marketing work together.
I like how Chapter 1 gives a brief description of marketing while summarizing what will be discussed in the preceding chapters. The "review questions" are brief, yet add to what was discussed throughout the chapter.
This is good to see. The overall functionality of the textbook is good. The font size and white space makes the content easy to read. I like the use of color throughout the textbook. This is a difficult question to answer because I did not see anything that was insensitive or offensive.
Ideally, the content would continue to embrace diversity and inclusion. This is important because we live in a global economy. Both of these chapters are closely related. I was also looking to see slightly more insights on digital analytics in Chapter I compared it to the McGraw Hill book that I have been using for the past 4 years and the topics Chapters Topics and Sub-Topics are pretty identical just in a slightly different order.
When looking into how in-depth the book goes, it is not When looking into how in-depth the book goes, it is not quite as comprehensive as the McGraw Hill book. However, it is easy to read.
Marketing always is a bit subjective. I think the book does a great job covering all the important topics as unbiased as possible. This is a basic marketing course focused on teaching students the fundamentals, the book does a good job at that. Given the current COVID situation, a lot of things have changed in business but not the fundamental theories and practices of the profession. Because of that the relevance of the book is current in my opinion. The text has a logical flow.
There is certainly room for improvement from a formatting standpoint. I think it makes it easier for students to learn key terms and key concepts when they are highlighted on the sidebar similar as in many mainstream textbooks. Certainly consistent and comprehensive in all the key terms that this book should cover for Principles of Marketing.
The text is very easy to read. I also think it is great that links are included to videos, this helps students get a "reading break" which is essential when cramming in a few chapters to study for an exam. Very well organized text. I just wish the key terms and key concepts were featured separately in an almost duplicate fashion on the side of the main text.
I think students are used to using these highlighted areas to study for exams. Didn't notice any problems with the interface. Could have perhaps used better images here and there but overall does the job. I am not an English professor and this is my second language but I did not notice any grammatical errors. I am sure there are some, including mistyped words but every book I have used had a few of those.
One of the key concepts in Principles of Marketing is target marketing which certainly can be interpreted as offensive to some people. However, I think the book does a great job at explaining the concept. Again, marketing leans into being somewhat controversial based on the subject matter and business practice. Principles begins with a question to spark curiosity for the novice student of marketing. Organized into 16 chapters, it takes a traditional strategic planning, consumer and buyer behavior, research and 4Ps approach that addresses all major areas Comprehensiveness rating: 4 see less.
Organized into 16 chapters, it takes a traditional strategic planning, consumer and buyer behavior, research and 4Ps approach that addresses all major areas and ideas in a core marketing class.
Since the focus is core content, it is written in a nuts and bolts manner and will stay perennial. Written professionally and in simple sentences, this makes for accessible, adequate and easy to understand content. Marketing concepts are defined simply and succinctly throughout. The key take-aways and review questions after each section of a chapter are supplemented by end of chapter discussion questions and activities throughout.
Other than a few formatting and pagination issues, nothing to note. Any links I used worked. For the manner in which I use this book as basic material for my classes, not having an excess of photos and images in the body actually works well. Having URLs for case examples also facilitates easy revision and adaptation for various local and regional teaching and learning contexts. This is less about this book than about the way in which most business textbooks are written.
It is in no way offensive; in fact, its style and variety of examples promotes inclusion and it is adaptable to alternate cultural contexts through a shift in frame to include broader contexts. Our students appreciate having an accessible zero cost course materials course with adds ons from me, the press, and other OER, and low cost or no cost AV materials and marketing math. Thank you. This is a great place to start as many students This is a great place to start as many students either believe that marketing is strictly sales or do not have a full concept of the many aspects of what encompasses marketing.
The text covers most of the key areas of marketing such as consumer behavior, market segmentation and target marketing and the principals relating to product, pricing, placement and promotion. Marketing research, new product development and marketing communications is also covered at a basic level. However, based on my experience in the classroom, a few suggestions are in order.
I would add three additional chapters on international marketing, market expansion strategies and ethics and social responsibility. The chapter on professional selling could be removed or covered within chapter one as a portion of the explanation on the aspects of marketing. Lastly, I would add more current marketing articles, one-page cases and small group discussion questions to each chapter. For marketing majors, I would add an appendix at the back of the book discussing the various career opportunities in marketing.
The book content is accurate with terminology and marketing concepts accessible for a university level student. The textbook also cites sources for most of the provided information. In addition to the textbook content for teaching marketing principals, there are many real-world examples offered to improve student understanding. Although most offer longevity, there is a need to augment current examples with more recent examples including company or product examples representing cultural diversity.
The text is easy to read with a combination of informal and professional language for appropriate student learning and understanding. The text is internally consistent and provides actual examples of the principals covered as well as review questions to ensure student comprehension. The course material is listed in modular fashion to easily transfer to canvas. In general, the topics are presented and organized in an effective format. The text starts with overarching definitions and concepts and then moves toward providing more details on each topic.
There did not appear to be any interface issues for this book. All video and web page links also worked well. Although cultural examples were included and relevant, additional cultural diversity elements would improve the book. Also, it is important to include examples that are more current to provide better student discussions of this important marketing topic. Lastly, including a greater overview of the marketing aspects of cultural diversity plus marketing career options would cause this book to stand out among textbook options for this topic.
The text offers a very good review of key marketing principles and provides a comprehensive introduction to the main concept. I would suggest combining the textbook with relevant current marketing articles and cases.
The study of the history of marketing , as a discipline, is meaningful because it helps to define the baselines upon which change can be recognised and understand how the discipline evolves in response to those changes. Marketers tend to distinguish between the history of marketing practice and the history of marketing thought:. Although the history of marketing thought and the history of marketing practice are distinct fields of study, they intersect at different junctures. At the same time, marketing academics often develop new research methods or theories that are subsequently adopted by practitioners. Thus developments in marketing theory inform marketing practice and vice versa. The history of marketing will remain incomplete if one disassociates academia from practitioners.
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Publisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. I have been facilitating marketing, analytics, sales, and consumer behavior classes since and this textbook does a good job of covering all of the marketing mix. Most important, the content is updated and relevant.
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