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Advertising and Promotion
An Integrated Marketing Communications Approach

Second Edition
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February 2010 | 360 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

 

'Bridges the academic gap between textbook and leading edge marketing thinking. It has been substantially revised and is particularly strong on electronic media and their current marketing usage' - Ros Masterson, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK

'Lucid, insightful, an inspiration for even more creative communications and a treat for the mind. A must read for all wanting to better understand advertising and promotions' - Leslie de Chernatony Professor of Brand Marketing,  Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland and Aston Business School, UK

The eagerly-awaited Second Edition of Advertising and Promotion continues to provide a highly readable and authoritative introduction to the key concepts and issues for the study of advertising and promotional communication in a global context.

NEW to this edition:

- A stronger focus on integrated marketing communications and the promotional mix, including PR and personal selling.

- Expanded coverage of contemporary topics, including: integrating e-marketing, Web 2.0, mobile advertising, sponsorship, branding, direct marketing, ethics, and social responsibility and regulation.

- A focus on the implications for advertising of the continuing changes in the media infrastructure and the new media funding models emerging as a result.

- A companion website including a full instructors' manual for lecturers, including PowerPoint slides and extra case studies, and access to full-text journal articles for students (www.sagepub.co.uk/hackley)

Packed with case studies and first-hand examples gathered from leading international advertising agencies, Chris Hackley succeeds in providing a lively and stimulating guide to the rapidly evolving advertising environment.

 
Introducing Advertising and Promotion
 
Introducing Advertising and Promotion
An Integrated Marketing Communications Approach  
 
Theorizing Advertising and Promotion
 
The Brand and Integrated Marketing Communications Planning
 
Advertising Agencies
Creative Work and Management Processes  
 
Promotional Media in the Digital Age
 
Non-Advertising Promotion in Integrated Marketing Communication
 
International Advertising
 
Advertising
Ethics and Regulation  
 
Advertising Research
 
Integrating E-Marketing and Advertising

Supplements

'This book is a well-written and very useful textbook for students of advertising. The book is "written with student needs in mind", and students will definitely get value for money. It offers profound insights into the advertising business from a managerial and a cultural and social perspective, and with its examples, inserts, chapter review questions, case studies and specific case study questions and glossary and website, it should be an excellent textbook for teachers of the subject as well, as they actually have an almost entire semester plan at their hands' -
Martin Nielsen
Corporate Communications: An International Journal


It's a very useful textbook

Dr Hanan Arnous
Department of Marketing, American Univ. of Kuwait
July 10, 2014

A clear introduction to the concept of integrated marketing communications.

Mr Michael Parsons
Faculty of Business and Society, University of South Wales
March 18, 2014

The book was more specific and focused on fewer theories than I needed for my more general class.

Mrs Shannon Padilla
speech, Diablo Valley Clg-Pleasant Hl
March 14, 2014

There are several similar textbooks available and it is difficult to choose between them. I decided in the end on one of the other ones, but the book by Hackley is a substantial introduction to IMC and covers all areas expected with a range of good cases and examples.

Dr Antje Cockrill
School of Business, University of Wales, Trinity St David
March 13, 2014

Our Promotional Media course has no essential text because it assembles critical perspectives of different disciplines - PR, Advertising & Marketing. One of the key themes tackled in our course is the tension brought about by the pressure to 'integrate' the three communicative disciplines under a marketing umbrella. Consequently, this book is not just recommended, but highly recommended, as it fits perfectly with the taught material offered to students. It will also be a highly recommended text when Goldsmiths' current Promotional Media Pathway is converted to a full MA in September 2013.

Dr Clea Bourne
Media and Communication, Goldsmiths College
February 19, 2013

The book provides a succinct overview of marketing communications as a discipline. The overview is clear and is a good introduction or background reading for students studying research practice with the discipline.

Professor Paul Hackett
Marketing Communication Dept, Emerson College
October 13, 2012

Excellent book becxause so few books on Advertising are so up to date

Ms Sharon Mire
Westminster Business School, Westminster University
September 10, 2011

It is an accessible, relatively thorough IMC text that doesn't cost students an arm and a leg.

Mr Bob Fiddler
Center for Continuing and Professional Education, Georgetown University
July 6, 2011

Fresh ideas!!!!!!!

Dr Eleni Tsitsirigou
BUSINESS TOURISM, BRITISH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND E COMMERCE
April 6, 2011

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Chris Hackley

Chris Hackley is Professor of Marketing at the School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. Chris Hackley was the first Chair in Marketing to be appointed at Royal Holloway University of London, in 2004. Prior to that he was head of the Marketing subject group at the University of Birmingham, UK. His PhD from Strathclyde University (AACSB), Scotland, focused on the creative development process in top advertising agencies. He teaches and researches in advertising, marketing, and consumer cultural policy. Chris has published... More About Author

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