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Marketing. It's more than bloody communications.

Marketing. It's more than bloody communications.

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    •  
    • Social Marketing Social Change with Marketing
    • What do we mean?
      • Social marketing is the systematic application of marketing concepts and techniques to achieve specific behavioural goals relevant to a social good
        • (French and Blair-Stevens, 2005)
    • Marketing
      • It’s not bloody communications
      • The management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying customer requirements profitably .
        • CIM (2005)
    • Profitably
      • Not strictly about the money
        • (but doesn’t hurt not to create a yawning chasm of fiscal suck)
      • Mutual gain.
      • Better…
      • Faster…
      • More…
    • Let’s talk real marketing
    • Kotler, P and Roberto, E, (1989),
    • The 5 Point Check
      • Relative advantage
        • (How does it kick ass?)
      • Compatibility
        • (Does it fit?)
      • Complexity
        • (Good or bad complexity)
      • Capacity for Trial
        • (Heart surgery v. jogging)
      • Observable
        • (Obvious or subtle?)
      Rogers, 1995
    • The expectations trap A Parasuraman, Zeithaml and Berry (1985) Expected Service Perceived Service GAP
    • Why it’s a really big trap Perceived Service Expected Service Them Us Customer Gap GAP 1 GAP 2 GAP 3 External Communications to Customers GAP 4 Service Delivery Customer-Driven Service Designs and Standards Company Perceptions of Consumer Expectations
    • Mind the Gap
      • Customer Gap:
        • difference between expectations and perceptions
      • Provider Gap 1:
        • not knowing what customers expect
      • Provider Gap 2:
        • not having the right service designs and standards
      • Provider Gap 3:
        • not delivering to service standards
      • Provider Gap 4:
        • not matching performance to promises
    •