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Nonprofit marketing best practices

Author: John Burnett
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2007.
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From the Publisher: From a leader in nonprofit marketing, a hands-on guide to the best practices in doing marketing for your organization. In today's challenging economic climate, every nonprofit organization needs an organization-wide commitment to a comprehensive marketing strategy that increases awareness and support. Nonprofit Marketing Best Practices teaches proven marketing techniques that can help your  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Burnett
ISBN: 9780471791898 047179189X
OCLC Number: 72655583
Description: xvi, 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments --
About the author --
1: Nonprofits: Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow --
Introduction --
Purposes of nonprofit organizations --
Classifying nonprofits --
Size and shape of nonprofits --
Factors and trends affecting nonprofits --
Marketing's benefits to nonprofits --
Problems in applying marketing --
Guidelines for marketing success in nonprofits --
Organization of this book --
2: Essence Of Marketing: Terms And Processes Nonprofits Need To Know --
Introduction --
Marketing: definition and justification --
Characteristics of a marketing organization --
Strategic components of marketing --
Keys to marketing success --
3: Approaching The Market --
Introduction --
Defining the market --
Types of markets --
Approaching the market --
Target market selection --
Product differentiation --
Positioning --
4: Marketing Research: The Foundation For Planning --
Donor + internet + recognition + confirmation = trust --
Introduction --
Nature and importance of marketing research --
What needs researching in marketing? --
Procedures and techniques in marketing research --
Conducting the research --
Processing the data --
Value of marketing research --
Marketing research for next to nothing --
Summary case --
5: External Considerations In Marketing Introduction --
Introduction --
External factors that affect planning --
6: Transitioning To Services Marketing --
Introduction --
Defining services and service products --
Characteristics of service products --
Classifying services --
Building relationships --
Importance of people --
Expectations --
Marketing mix for services --
Understanding service quality --
Special challenges of service --
7: Decision Making By Target Markets And Stakeholders --
Introduction --
Buyer behavior as problem solving --
Decision making by nonprofit stakeholders --
Decision making in a service context --
8: Creating And Managing Products --
Introduction --
Defining the product --
Product planning and strategy formulation --
Strategies for developing new products --
Creating the experience for nonprofit products --
Products viewed as servicescapes --
9: Communicating To Mass Markets --
Introduction --
Role of IMC --
Meaning of marketing communication --
Objectives of marketing communication --
How we communicate --
Designing an IMC strategy --
Understanding advertising --
Sales promotion and public relations --
Personal selling and the marketing communication mix --
IMC mix --
Conclusions --
10: Pricing The Product --
Introduction --
Price defined: three different perspectives --
Pricing objectives --
Developing a pricing strategy --
New product pricing --
Pricing lines --
Price flexibility --
Price bundling --
Psychological aspects of pricing --
Alternative approaches to determining price --
Pricing in nonprofits --
11: Channels Of Distribution --
Introduction --
Evolution of the marketing channel --
Functions of the channel --
Channel institutions: capabilities and limitations --
Channel structure --
Channel management process --
Expanding through distribution --
Channel decisions for nonprofits --
Conclusions --
12: Raising Funds And Acquiring Volunteers --
Introduction --
Sources of revenue and related trends --
Understanding why people donate --
Are you ready to raise money? --
Steps in fundraising --
Case statement --
Recruiting and managing volunteers --
Suggested readings --
Index.
Responsibility: John J. Burnett.
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