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Strategic Social Marketing
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Strategic Social Marketing

  • Jeff French - Strategic Social Marketing Ltd, UK
  • Ross Gordon - Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
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May 2015 | 448 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

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'For anyone interested in great social marketing practice in the 21st century, and how it needs to adapt as our understanding of behaviour change evolves, this publication is chock full of good practice and smart strategy.’ 
Dan Metcalfe, Deputy Director - Marketing, Public Health England, UK

Strategic Social Marketing
takes a systemic approach to explaining and illustrating the added value of applying marketing to solve social problems. The authors present social marketing principles in a strategic, critical and reflexive way to help engender social good via the effectiveness and efficiency of social programmes in areas such as Health, Environment, Governance and Public Policy. In illustrating how it can be applied, the text places Strategic Social Marketing in a global context, giving examples and case studies from around the world.

Set into a clear structure it:

  • Takes you through an exploration of why marketing should be an integral component of all social programme design and delivery when looking to achieve social good
  • Moves on to the nature and application of social marketing, rethinking traditional concepts such as
     ‘value’ and ‘exchange’ in the social context
  • Lays out the ‘how to’ so you can create fully realised strategy, plans, frameworks and tactics to influence behaviours.

Visit the Strategic Social Marketing Website - Featuring free resources for marketing students and lecturers.

 
Section A: Why?
 
Chapter 1: The importance of social marketing for social policy
 
Chapter 2: The nature of social marketing
 
Chapter 3: Marketing social good
 
Section B: What?
 
Chapter 4: The social marketing mix
 
Chapter 5: Strategic social marketing
 
Chapter 6: Creating value through social marketing
 
Section C: How?
 
Chapter 7: Systems thinking and social marketing
 
Chapter 8: Using theory in social marketing
 
Chapter 9: Research approaches in social marketing
 
Chapter 10: Research methods in social marketing
 
Chapter 11: Social marketing and social programme design
 
Chapter 12: Planning social marketing interventions
 
Chapter 13: Embedding social marketing within social programmes
 
Chapter 14: Critical social marketing

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Strategic Social Marketing
by Jeff French and Ross Gordon is accompanied by a free companion website.  This website gives you access to a wealth of teaching and learning resources.

For students
A range of useful documents to help you become more strategic social marketers including:

  • Evaluation guides
  • Checklist
  • 30 things we know about how to influence behaviour
  • SAGE Marketing Pinterest boards, featuring useful templates, up to date news, and more.

For lecturers

  • PowerPoint slides featuring key concepts and figure and tables from the book which can be downloaded and used in presentations
  • Images from the books images idea for inserting into your own lecture slides.

A detailed overview of strategic social marketing.

Mr Michael Parsons
Faculty of Business and Society, University of South Wales
September 19, 2015

Not suitable for my area, however, have pass this book onto a colleague who I think will find exceptionally relevant.

Mrs Kathleen Meehan
Dept of Education, St Angela's College
May 13, 2015

It presents great insights regarding the changes brought by social media and how to leverage them by better defining marketing strategies.

Ms Aglaya Batz
Operations Management, Brandenburgische Technische Universität
September 7, 2015
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