Table of contents for Managing brand equity : capitalizing on the value of a brand name / David A. Aaker.

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Preface and Acknowledgments

1. What Is Brand Equity?

The Ivory Story

The Role of Brands

Brand-Building Neglect

The Role of Assets and Skills

What Is Brand Equity?

What Is the Value of a Brand?

Brand Value Based upon Future Earnings

Issues in Managing Brand Equity

The Plan of the Book

2. Brand Loyalty

The MicroPro Story

Brand Loyalty

Measuring Brand Loyalty

The Strategic Value of Brand Loyalty

Maintaining and Enhancing Loyalty

Selling Old Customers Instead of New Ones

3. Brand Awareness

The Datsun-Becomes-Nissan Story

The GE-Becomes-Black & Decker Story

What Is Brand Awareness?

How Awareness Works to Help the Brand

The Power of Old Brand Names

How to Achieve Awareness

4. Perceived Quality

The Schlitz Story

What Is Perceived Quality?

How Perceived Quality Generates Value

What Influences Perceived Quality?

5. Brand Associations: The Positioning Decision

The Weight Watchers Story

Associations, Image, and Positioning

How Brand Associations Create Value

Types of Associations

6. The Measurement of Brand Associations

The Ford Taurus Story

What Does This Brand Mean to You?

Scaling Brand Perceptions

7. Selecting, Creating, and Maintaining Associations

The Dove Story

The Honeywell Story

Which Associations

Creating Associations

Maintaining Associations

Managing Disasters

8. The Name, Symbol, and Slogan

The Volkswagen Story




9. Brand Extensions: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The Levi Tailored Classics Story

The Good: What the Brand Name Brings to the Extension

More Good: Extensions Can Enhance the Core Brand

The Bad: The Name Fails to Help the Extension

The Ugly: The Brand Name Is Damaged

More Ugly: A New Brand Name Is Foregone

How to Go About It

Strategy Considerations

10. Revitalizing the Brand

The Yamaha Story

Increasing Usage

Finding New Uses

Entering New Markets

Repositioning the Brand

Augmenting the Product/Service

Obsoleting Existing Products with New-Generation Technologies

Alternatives to Revitalization: The End Game

11. Global Branding and a Recap

The Kal Kan Story

The Parker Pen Story

A Global Brand?

Targeting a Country

Analyzing the Context

A Recap



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Brand name products -- Valuation -- United States -- Management.
Intangible property -- Valuation -- United States -- Management.