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am 13. Juli 2000
I found this book to be poorly organized, over-articulated mush. As someone who has worked on several extremely successful brands including Sony and the "Virginia is for Lovers" campaign, I would be shocked to see that this book had received high marks from anyone who actually worked in advertising, marketing or brand management. Yes, Aaker has some decent insights into brand management in his case studies -- hindsight is 20/20. Unfortunately, they're difficult to find, since his writing is extremely repetitive and verbose. One gets the impression he is more interested in communicating how intelligent he is, than actual information on brand equity. There are a few bits of good information buried in the middle of the book, but it is not worth the long, painful journey to get to them. Read it only if you are having trouble falling asleep.
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am 6. November 1999
The single most useful book I've found on brand development. Aaker presents a thorough, but easy to read exploration of the many branding complexities. Giving the reader a framework of inter-related concepts, he gels the essence of each point with useful examples. You immediately understand the idea and move comfortably on to the next - quite an accomplishment for such a complex subject.
If I have one frustration, it's that even with his flowcharts and figures, I suspect there is a comprehensive diagram to be had which would tie all the branding issues and dimensions into a single profile. After reading the book I found myself trying to flowchart it all to better see the relationships involved. It would have been helpful if the author had done it for us.
Even so, I value the book highly and it will become a central reference for my entire staff.
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am 27. Oktober 1999
In a era where most of the brand managers have been taught of simple methods of brand positioning and urged to be single minded, this book provides a new comprehensive way to find richness in the brand image planning. The author does agree in a need to find a position in order to guide the communication efforts, however it provides a whole new frame to consider the brand strategy through different angles, most of wich have not been well explained or sufficiently developed in conventional marketing textbooks or marketing bestsellers.
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am 9. Dezember 1997
You don't have to be a brand manager or advertising person to appreciate the value of David Aaker's Brand Equity. As both a sales person and one who routinely works with branded grocery product companies, I truly appreciate Aaker's depth of knowledge, insights and practical examples contained in Managing Brand Equity. Whether you believe it or not, we're all in the business of building a brand-ourselves. Use Aaker's insights to help you better position yourself in the minds of your customers, potential customers, co-workers and supervisors.
You'll be richer for it, both financially and personally.
Managing Brand Equity is easy to read, understand and use. Its a must for anyone concerned about better developing what they sell and how they sell it in this very competitive global economy.
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am 20. November 1998
Branding appears to be a mushy, unquantifiable subject. Before I bought this book I read through countless articles on the subject that just didn't make much sense. Reading Aaker's book provided the opposite experience: crystal clear, a compelling argument for why brand matters and how best to build one.
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am 17. Januar 1999
Required reading for anyone interested in building, maintaining or growing a brand. Stop what you are doing now to build a brand until you have read this book. No marketing education program should be without this knowledge. Dr Aaker's students at Berkeley are among the most fortunate in the country.
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am 9. April 1999
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am 21. März 2000
A great source of information for both the student and the professional marketer. Aaker is in a class of his own. A mentor that I have only had the pleasure of meeting through a book.
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