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Agility and Resilience as Sources of Competitive Advantages a Theoretical and Empirical Investigation , Celso Roberto de Aguillar Pinho
MNEs Paradoxes in Responsible Global Business – A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation , Maria Luiza C.A. Pinho
Essays on Social Media Centric Consumption: Quantifying Current and Future Outcomes , Emily Webster
Dissertations from 2022 2022
Network 'vs' Net-worth: Collaborative Network Structure and Performance on the Platform , Amit Agarwal
The Missing Piece of the Puzzle: How Brand Authenticity Drives Brand Engagement , Christopher L. Campagna
Does A Nudge A Day Keep the Doctor Away? Using A Firm’s Digital Marketing Communication to Guide Wellness , Orhan Bahadir Dogan
Essays on Marketing for Social Good , Ayan Ghosh Dastidar
Stakeholder Governance: Empirical and Theoretical Developments , Sarah Ku
Evaluating the Impact of Digital Media on Prospect Conversion in Nonprofit Organizations: An Action Research , Divya Ramachandran
A Cross Cultural Examination of the Psychological Dynamics in Music and Religious Practice , Suraj Sharma
Dissertations from 2021 2021
Essays on Channel Deletion and Channel Contraction , Binay Kumar
Freelance Orientation in the Sharing Economy: Evidence from Labor Platforms , Avishek -. Lahiri
Defining, Measuring, And Managing Networked Customer Experience: A Multi-Method Study of Mobile Payment Applications in Retail Settings , Nandini Nim
Multinational Enterprise Performance in Advanced Economies and Emerging Markets , Kubilay Sabri Levent Ozkan
Dissertations from 2020 2020
Assessing the Role of Marketing at Earnings Announcement: Stock Market Response to Marketing Metrics Surprises , Ankit Anand
Language Strategies in International Business: New Prospects for Negotiation and Conflict Management , Elena Poliakova
Dissertations from 2019 2019
Risk Mitigation in International Mergers and Acquisitions , Yimai Lewis
Technology Enabled Social Responsibility Projects and an Empirical Test of CSR's Impact on Firm Performance , Elizabeth Napier
Dissertations from 2018 2018
Screening for the Success Potential of New Products: The Case of the Movie Industry , Jee Won Choi
An Empirical Investigation of Customer Retention: Addressing Unique Challenges in Customer-Firm Relationships , Angeliki Christodoulopoulou
Believability: A Study of Coincidence and Scarcity in Consumer Behavior , Gregory Cohen
An Empirical Examination of How Supervisor and Peer Knowledge Dissemination Affects a Salesperson's Performance. , Ashley Goreczny
How Does Learning Lead to Innovativeness, Internationalization and Success of Entrepreneurial Ventures? ? Evidence from China?s High Technology Industry , Jingting Liu
Essays on Alternative Perspectives on Cross-Border B2B Trust and Commitment , Yen-Hung Liu
Marketing Insight: The Construct, Antecedents, Implications, and Empirical Testing , Roberto Mora Cortez
Dissertations from 2017 2017
Investigating Time-Varying Effects of Stakeholder Relations on Firm Performance through Brand Equity , Insu Park
Investigating the Impact of Pace, Rhythm, and Scope of New Product Introduction (NPI) Process on Firm Performance , Amalesh Sharma
Dissertations from 2016 2016
The Effect of Economic and Relational Direct Marketing Communication on Buying Behavior in B2B Markets , Kihyun Kim
Longevity of Multinational Retail Enterprises in Foreign Markets: An Empirical Examination , Ozlem Tuba Koc
Essays on the Convergence of Consumer Spending Patterns across National Markets , Ayse Ozturk
A Road to Engagement , Anita Pansari
Dissertations from 2015 2015
Examining a Customer Relationship Management Strategy: The Antecedents and Consequences of Gift-Giving Behavior , Yashoda Bhagwat
A Double Loop Learning Model For Integrated and Proactive Customer Relationship Management , Jia Fan
Salesforce Automation: An Examination of Issues , Robert Mayberry
Measuring the Lifetime Value of a Customer in the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry , Sarang Sunder
Managing a Profitable Interactive Email Marketing Program: Modeling and Analysis , Xi Zhang
Dissertations from 2014 2014
Organizational Cross-Cultural Adaptation Through Social Networks: A Multiple-Case Study Of Chinese Firms Operating In The United States , Jing B. Feng
The Strategic Alignment of Organizational Interventions for Salesperson Development with Salesperson Lifecycle Management Model , Joon-Hee Oh
Modeling the Dynamic Decision of a Contractual Adoption of a Continuous Innovation in B2B Market , Yingge Qu
Dissertations from 2013 2013
Effect of Relationship Quality and Cost to Serve on Customer Value in Business Market , Maria G. Piscopo
Dissertations from 2012 2012
Joint Resolution of Supply Chain Risks: The Role of Risk Characteristics and Problem Solving Approach , Leah J. Bovell
Perceived Brand Age and Its Influence on Choice , Monica D. Guillory
Dissertations from 2011 2011
How Does Buzz Build Brands? Investigating the Link between Word of Mouth and Brand Performance , Andrew M. Baker
Understanding the Barriers to the Assimilation of Interorganizational Technologies in Channel Relationships , Jennifer L. Fries
Risk and Visibility in Global Supply Chains: An Empirical Study , Hung V. Nguyen
The Role of Dynamic Capabilities in Outsourcing Sales and Marketing Functions: A Resource-Advantage Perspective in the Context of Consumer Packaged Goods , belgin unal
Connected Consumers: Cognizance of Provision Networks in Mundane Consumption , Stephen T. Weaver
Dissertations from 2010 2010
Why Are You Really Winning and Losing Deals: A Customer Perspective on Determinants of Sales Failure , Scott B. Friend
The Drivers of a Successful Corporate Sponsorship and the Quantified Financial Impact: Applying the Attitudinal Triad of Cognition, Affect, and Conation and Customer Lifetime Value to Corporate Sponsorships , David Nickell
Dissertations from 2009 2009
'Check the Rhyme': A Study of Brand References in Music Videos , Janee N. Burkhalter
Fair or Foul? Determining the Rules of the Fair Pricing Game , Jodie Lynne Ferguson
The Mediating Role of Ethical Decision Making in the Relationship between Job Characteristics and Job Outcomes: An Examination of Business-to-Business Salespeople , G. Alexander Hamwi
Dissertations from 2008 2008
The Performance Implications of Planning, Implementation, and Evolution of Market-oriented Strategy by Top Management , Jeffrey R. Foreman
Dissertations from 2007 2007
Determinants of Brand Sensitivity in Organizational Buying Contexts , Brian Paul Brown
Salesperson Behavioral Determinants of Customer Equity Drivers: Mediational Role of Trust , Ramana K. Madupalli
Online Product Information Load: Impact on Maximizers and Satisficers within a Choice Context , Jill Renee Mosteller
Structure and Process of Channel Program Selections: Retailers Choice among Parity Trade Promotions , Amit Poddar
The Differing Effects of Satisfaction, Trust, and Commitment on Buyer's Behavioral Loyalty: A Study into the Buyer-Salesperson and Buyer-Selling Firm Relationship in a Business-to-Business Context , Brian Rutherford
Future Orientation, Chronological Age and Product Attributes Preference , Yujie Wei
Dissertations from 2006 2006
Impact of Customer Crowding on Frontline Service Employees: Theoretical and Empirical Implications , Anita H. Whiting
A Communication Based Perspective on Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Success , Alex Ricardo Zablah
Dissertations from 2005 2005
Attitudes Toward Consumer-Customized High-Tech Products: The Role of Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, Technology Readiness, and Customer Customization Sensitivity , Margarita B. Guilabert
An Examination of Contemporary Marketing Practices Used by Organization with Different Culture Types: A Test of the Convergence Theory in the US and Cote d'Ivoire , Victoria Lynn Miller
The Impact of Data Collection Methodology and Warning Labels on Adolescents? Response Factors , Beverly Darlene Wright
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The following theses and dissertations were awarded in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and since Fall 2016 are available in this collection. Backfiles of all dissertations (and some theses) have also been added.
In late Fall 2023 or Spring 2024, all theses will be digitized and available here. In the meantime, consult the Library Catalog to find older items in print.
Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018
Dissertation: Numerical Framing and Emotional Arousal as Moderators of Review Valence and Consumer Choices , Anh Dang
Dissertation: Two Essays on Value Co-Creation , Hangjun Xu
Theses/Dissertations from 2017 2017
Dissertation: The Role of Consumer Ethnocentrism on the Effects of Domestic vs Foreign Product Failure on Post Consumption Emotions and Complaint Behaviors , Kittinand Bandhumasuta
Dissertation: The Impact of Help-Self and Help-Others Appeals Upon Participation in Clinical Research Trials , Susan Lewis Casey
Dissertation: From Placebo to Panacea: Exploring the Influence of Price, Suspicion, and Persuasion Knowledge on Consumers’ Perception of Quality , Vahid Rahmani
Theses/Dissertations from 2016 2016
Dissertation: Valence or Volume? Maximizing Online Review Influence Across Consumers, Products, and Marketing , Elika Kordrostami
Dissertation: Buying Love Through Social Media: How Different Types Of Incentives Impact Consumers’ Online Sharing Behavior , Yueming Zou
Theses/Dissertations from 2015 2015
Dissertation: Spillover Effects of Brand Alliance and Service Experience on Host Brands in Loyalty Program Partnerships , Gulfem Cigdem Kutlu
Dissertation: Measuring Consumer Expectations of Salesperson Unethicality: A Scale Development , Amiee Mellon
Theses/Dissertations from 2011 2011
Dissertation: Judging Credence Service Based on Experience Service Evaluation: Moderating Effect of Ease of Assessing and Extrinsic Cues , Kungpo Tao
Theses/Dissertations from 2009 2009
Dissertation: Promotion Induced Competitive Effects: Two Essays , Rajeev Airani
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Dissertation Report A study on the Marketing Strategy of Robi Axiata Ltd. SUBMITTED BY
Robi Axiata Limited is one of the leading mobile operator in Bangladesh. Robi diversified their market various way by product and service. Day by day Robi appears with better ideas and products as well as services to capture market position. In this report here is analysis different activities of the ROBI and evaluate all the activities of ROBI. Finally identify the different problems of Market operating System of ROBI and suggest some recommendation to overcome this situation.
The Mobile Market Is One Of The Fastest-Growing Markets In The World Economy. The
Dr. Md. Hasebur Rahman
Identification of factors responsible for customer satisfaction is a key concern of marketing scholars and marketers in now a days and it will remain in the future. There is considerable evidence that quality factors affecting customer satisfaction in numerous ways. However, this empirical study is initiated to find out what particular factors responsible for customer satisfaction in the mobile telecommunication industry in Bangladesh. 282 samples have been collected through structured questionnaire; study reveals that service innovativeness, service reliability, service competitiveness and service consistency have significant influence on making customer satisfied and the operator’s network/signal coverage, pricing, offering, fulfillment of customer demand, value added service, brand value and operators contribution for society have insignificant influences on making customer satisfied at five percent level of significant at multiple regression analysis. On the basis of these findings; study concludes that in promoting customer satisfaction mobile service providers should be concerned for factors responsible for insignificant influence on customer satisfaction and care of those factors have significant influence on promoting customer satisfaction in telecommunication industry in Bangladesh. Today, telecommunication is an inseparable part of our everyday life. Besides tele-phone, now-a-days mobile phones are playing a great role to communicate from one place to another place. The phone is not only used for making calls, among many other functions, it is used for communicating through text-messages, multi-media messages, as well as to connect us to the internet. The opportunities that lie in the telecom market seem endless and the growing demand for mobile telephony systems is creating a world-wide market. Actors in this industry are seeking the most profitable markets throughout the world (Hossain, Suchy 2013). The mobile telecommunication is one of the fastest growing industrial sectors in Bangladesh. It is projected that Bangladesh will be the third biggest telecom market in Asia after China and India (Uddin, Akhter 2012). The competition in this sector has become very intense and the companies’ need for survival, in these very difficult conditions that dominate in this sector, forces them to search for ways to attract and retain customers (Vranakis et al. 2012). The increases in the number of subscribers on the various operators in Bangladesh have brought with it the challenges of customer satisfaction. Though the industry is relatively new yet the growth is much faster in comparison to other industries due to aggressive market oriented business strategy. The mobile telecommunication industry of Bangladesh is going towards high market penetration rate. Many foreign investors are now interested to do business in telecom sector in Bangladesh which reveals that Bangladesh has become a significant hub for telecoms. Bangladesh has currently six mobile phone operators in Mobile Telecommunication Industry (BTRC 2014). This industry has reached maturity stage in telecommunication business in 2G network services. Mobile telecommunication industry of Bangladesh has rapidly expanded in recent years. The total number of Mobile Phone subscribers has reached 111.797 million at the end of October 2013 (BTRC 2014). Table 1. Market Share Operators Active Subscribers Percentage Grameen Phone Ltd. (GP) 46.663 41.74 Banglalink Digital Communications Limited 28.387 25.39 Robi Axiata Limited (Robi) 24.835 22.22 Airtel Bangladesh Limited (Airtel) 8.229 7.36 Pacific Bangladesh Telecom Limited (Citycell) 1.344 1.20 Teletalk Bangladesh Ltd. (Teletalk) 2.340 2.09 Total 111.797 100.00 Source: BTRC, January 2014. Table 1 shows Grameenphone, the largest mobile operator in the country, reached 46.663 million at October 2013 at the rate of 41.74% market share, Banglalink ac-quired 28.387 million subscribers October 2013 at the rate of 25.39% market share, Robi captured 24.835 million subscribers October 2013 at the rate of 22.22% market share, Airtel captured 8.229 million subscribers October 2013 at the rate of 7.36% market share, Citycell maintained 1.344 million subscribers October 2013 at the rate of 1.20% market share and Teletalk captured 2.340 million subscribers October 2013 at the rate of 2.09% market share. The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) gave the ap-proval of the 3G service packages for the three private operators in conformity with that of the state-owned telecom operator, Teletalk. The operator bought spectrum of 2100 bands with the cost of US$ 21 million per megahertz (MHz) spectrum. Only GP bought 10 MHz spectrum while others bought 5MHz spectrum each for the 3G service (BTRC 2014). The new era is introducing, advancement in mobile telecommunication appeared. Mobile operators in Bangladesh currently provide voice call, voice message, SMS, MMS, internet service, international roaming and information services e.g., news, stock quotes, weather, etc. Operators are enthusiastic to promote quality of ser-vices for customer satisfaction at present and near the future. In spite of these outstanding and remarkable improvements in accessibility of mo-bile services in Bangladesh; there are higher rate of customer complaints on the high rate of tariff, interrupted voice signals, irresponsible to customer preference, poor cus-tomer service, connection errors, poor interconnect with other networks. There is therefore the operators need to evaluate the determinants of customer satisfaction in the mobile telecommunication industry in Bangladesh. The customer remains the key concern of marketer and marketing manager now a days and it will remain the future; because customer performs a key role in business, without customer business is impossible. It is customer for which business is created. There are considerable evidences that higher customer satisfaction leads to higher profitability in business. In today’s competitive business; marketing manager concern for attracting, developing and maintaining customers through quality of customer services that of the competitors do. Therefore, this study is initiated to investigate respondents demographic, to investi-gate user’s value added service interface, to identify the factors (service innovative-ness, service reliability, service competitiveness, service consistency, the operator’s network/signal coverage, pricing, offering, fulfillment of customer demand, value added service, brand value and operators contribution for society) responsible for cus-tomer satisfaction in mobile telecommunication industry in Bangladesh and finally provides some policy implications on the basis of findings of the study. Creating satisfied and loyal customers is a key concern of marketers and marking managers in now a days and it will remain in the future. It is well accepted that customer satisfaction is both a goal and a marketing tool for customer-centered companies (Kotler, Keller 2012). Customers’ satisfaction with their purchase is a significant factor that leads business to success. In recent times, customer satisfaction has gained new attention within the context of the paradigm shift from transactional marketing to relationship marketing (Sheth, Parvatiyar 1994). Organizations can accomplish customer satisfaction by satisfying their customers’ needs and wants (LaBarbera, Mazursky 1983). Customer satisfaction as a judgment that a product or service feature, or the product or service itself, provides a pleasurable level of consumption related fulfillment (Oliver 1997). In general satisfaction is a person’s feelings of pleasure or disappointment that result from comparing a product’s perceived performance or outcome to the expectation (Oliver, Richard 2006). If the performance falls short of expectations, the customer is dissatisfied. If the performance matches the expectations the customer is satisfied. If the performance exceeds expectations, the customer is highly satisfied and delighted (Fournier, Mick 1999). In case of mobile commerce, customer satisfaction is customer’s post-purchase appraisal and emotional response or reaction to the overall product or service, familiarity in a mobile commerce environment (Lin, Wang 2006). Jones, Sasser (1995) mentioned that achieving customer satisfaction is the main goal for most service firms today. Increasing customer satisfaction has been shown to directly affect companies’ market’s hare, which leads to improved profits, positive recommendation, and lower marketing expenditures and greatly impact the corporate image and survival (Pizam, Ellis 1999). Better service quality results in enhanced customer satisfaction, which in turn leads to strong customer loyalty. It can be stated that customers, when satisfied with the services they have experienced, are more likely to establish loyalty (Taylor et al. 1993), resulting in repeat purchases (Fornell 1992) and favorable word-of-mouth (Halstead, Page 1992). In today’s dynamic business environment from the firm’s point of view, it is about building and sustaining a strong relationship with their customers by understanding the ingredients of customer satisfaction. The key to customer loyalty is customer satisfac-tion which largely depends on the service quality offered by service providing firms. Service quality and customer satisfaction have been identified as key elements of the service-profit chain (Heskett et al. 1997). Customer service quality is a significant source of distinctive competence and often considered a key success factor in sustain-ing competitive advantage in service industries (Palmer 2001). Nowadays, delivering quality service is an integral part of an ongoing strategy of most business firms and constitutes an essential ingredient for success and survival in the present day’s com-petitive environment (Ulwick, Bettencourt 2008).
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— The vast development of mobile technologies has led to a competitive environment between the existing providers of telecommunication services in delivering their best offers to create customer values. Among their customers, postpaid subscribers have a distinguished position due to their exclusive characteristics which require special treatments from respective providers. This study aims to identify customer values created by telecommunications services provider, particularly for postpaid subscribers. A descriptive and causal analysis with further examination using Structural Equation Modeling is taken as the research methodology. There are 650 postpaid subscribers of 3 major telecommunications service providers in Indonesia, i.e. Telkomsel, Indosat and XL Axiata, asked to be the respondents. The results indicate that to create customer values particularly for postpaid mobile customers, companies should prioritize the development and performance improvement of customers' relationship management, a deeper integration of customer characteristics, and an improved marketing mix. Looking at these results, this study offers a strategic step for telecommunication service providers in improving customer values as a means to increase customer loyalty to their services.
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Abstract— The vast development of mobile technologies has led to a competitive environment between the existing providers of telecommunication services in delivering their best offers to create customer values. Among their customers, postpaid subscribers have a distinguished position due to their exclusive characteristics which require special treatments from respective providers. This study aims to identify customer values created by telecommunications services provider, particularly for postpaid subscribers. A descriptive and causal analysis with further examination using Structural Equation Modeling is taken as the research methodology. There are 650 postpaid subscribers of 3 major telecommunications service providers in Indonesia, i.e. Telkomsel, Indosat and XL Axiata, asked to be the respondents. The results indicate that to create customer values particularly for postpaid mobile customers, companies should prioritize the development and performance improvement of customers’ relationship management, a deeper integration of customer characteristics, and an improved marketing mix. Looking at these results, this study offers a strategic step for telecommunication service providers in improving customer values as a means to increase customer loyalty to their services.
Mobile telecom sector in Bangladesh has reached at a desired level. Competition in this industry intensifies the urgency of making customer satisfied for corporate profitability and survival in a competitive marketplace. This study is conducted on 140 Grameenphone (GP) users in Bangladesh. The Study reveals that customer extended in respect of age, income, education. Major part of customers uses value added and multiple operators' service; therefore study indicates the urgency of customer satisfaction. The correlation with the factors leading to customer satisfaction found to be positive except network & signal coverage. Finally, multiple regression analysis indicates that GP's service innovativeness, service reliability, service competitiveness, customer demand fulfillment to be found significant and GP's service consistency, network & signal coverage, pricing policy, quality of the offering, value added service, contribution to society and brand value to be found insignificant for affecting customer satisfaction. On the basis of these findings; study concludes that customer satisfaction is a dynamic phenomenon. Maintaining desired level of customer satisfaction requires corporate proactive responsiveness in accessing, building & retaining satisfied customers for sustainable competitive advantages in market place.
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Marketing is a business-focused subject, so you’ll be exposed to much more than just creativity. You’ll learn how to set budgets, find new customers, enter international markets, and decide on prices or profits.
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Topic 1: assessing the role of communication strategies in fashion marketing- a case study of uk.
Research Aim: The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of communication strategies in the world of UK fashion marketing. This will also give us an understanding of how new fashion remanufacturing should be communicated to the consumers. Focusing on how information and messages about the brands or products should be labelled to attract the audience.
Topic 2: How Influential are Retail Stores and Fast Fashion on each other? A case study of Zara
Research Aim: Fast fashion is an idea in which retailers target their business strategies, reducing the time it takes to get products into the store, using an in-season purchasing strategy to keep the products in the market updated during the season. This study aims to find the impact or influence of fast fashion and retail stores on each other, focusing on Zara as it is considered as the famous brand among consumers. It will look at what happens to fast fashion when it is delivered to retail outlets, as well as the adaption of fast fashion in the retail sector and how it is communicated to customers.
Topic 3: Assessing the Key Ethical Issues in the marketing of Pharmaceutical Products in the UK.
Research Aim: Pharmacists may occasionally be led to unethical behaviours during contact; that’s why it is important to understand these behaviours. Pharmaceutical products are sensitive to advertising, and minor misconduct can lead to loss of public trust in the industry. The current study will examine the challenges faced and the key ethical issues that occur during the marketing of pharmaceuticals products focusing on the UK pharmaceutical industry; through quantitative research analysis.
Topic 4: Brand Marketing to a Global World and its impact on local cultural beliefs and attitudes- A literature review.
Research Aim: Different cultures in different countries act as challenges to global marketing. The aim of this study is to develop an understanding of how brand marketing in a global world has a huge impact on the cultural beliefs and attitudes of people. It will provide an experience of international and local consumer cultures and their mutual influence on many consumer behaviours and their effect on their decision-making process.
Topic 5: E-sports marketing- Investigating purpose and scope in current times.
Research Aim: This study aims to find the emerging trend of esports marketing and its scope in current times. It will also explore the collaborative efforts of gaming companies, players and different online communities and how they play an important role in maintaining and enriching the value of Esports consumption. of It will provide a societal impact of esports and by applying different strategies
Marketing Dissertation Topics for 2021
Topic 1: impact of product packaging on organisational sales: a case study of the uk retail sector.
Research Aim: Due to intense competition in the UK retail sector, product packaging has gained significant importance concerning consumer purchase decisions. This research will focus on how product packaging (colour, shape, and other attributes) influences consumer purchase behaviour which in return increases or decreases the sales of the organisation.
Topic 2: Impact of E-marketing on consumer purchase decisions: Case of the UK luxury industry
Research Aim: The main purpose of the research is to analyze the impact of electronic marketing on consumer purchase decisions. Different modes of e-marketing will be assessed, and based on the results of each e-marketing channel, the dissertation will be concluded. The focus of this research will be the UK luxury industry.
Topic 3: Analysing the customer-centric marketing strategies in attaining competitive advantage for the firm and sustaining business success
Research Aim: In today’s competitive corporate world, organizations are formulating and implementing customer-centric marketing strategies. These strategies are devised, keeping in mind customer behaviour, customer pattern, customer preferences, customer trends, etc. Considering all these and many other customer-related aspects, companies assess what is successful for their business. This research will discuss the different characteristics of customers that should be studied and how formulating related strategies will help the company gain a competitive advantage and generate profits.
Topic 4: The role of information technology in revolutionizing marketers' approach towards manipulative advertisement
Research Aim: The digital media or the digital world has provided a very effective and large platform for marketers to market and advertise their products. However, this platform can also be used to manipulate customers through deceptive marketing techniques. The main purpose of the research is to analyse the role of information technology in revolutionizing marketers’ approach towards manipulative advertisements. In addition to this, the research will also talk about how marketers use digital media channels to deceive customers who also harm the company’s reputation.
Topic 5: Assessing the impact of integrated marketing communication on consumer impulsive buying behaviour
Research Aim: Consumer impulsive buying behaviour has become an important phenomenon in today’s global world. Companies have been able to acquire a high market share through the impulsive buying behaviour of the consumer. Therefore, this research focuses on analyzing the impact of integrated marketing communication on consumer impulsive buying behaviour.
Topic 6: The Impact of digital marketing on businesses throughout the world
Research Aim: Digital Marketing has changed the face of marketing in today’s world. More and more companies are now adopting this new technique to gain a competitive edge over traditional marketing methods. This research will address the impact of different digital marketing channels on businesses and how each channel can help companies earn more.
Topic 7: Traditional vs Digital Marketing: A comparative study of the last ten years
Research Aim: With the emergence of digital marketing in the global world today, more and more companies are abandoning traditional marketing techniques. This research will compare traditional and digital marketing methods and present data over the past ten years. Through this data, a conclusive analysis will be conducted to determine which marketing is more successful in today’s times.
Topic 8: Studying customers’ responses to automated interactions in the services industry: How does it impact the business?
Research Aim: Many companies have now completely automated their business operations. They have streamlined standard responses given to customers. This research will mainly assess the impact of automated responses on customers, whether or not they impact them in terms of generating and converting leads, and ultimately how it impacts the business overall.
Topic 9: Capturing and analyzing the Voice of Customer (VOC) through Artificial Intelligence: How effective is the technology?
Research Aim: Voice of Customer (VOC) is not a new concept. Companies have been working and collecting data on it for the past several years. It is a method to gather customers’ feedback about their expectations and experiences with respect to your product or service. This research will study how companies gather, assess, and analyse this data through artificial intelligence and how effective it is for businesses. The research will utilise quantitative analysis to conclude whether or not this new technology and strategy is successful.
Topic 10: Online search queries – Can businesses benefit from them and better market their products and services?
Research Aim: Keyword targeting, search engine optimization (SEO), click trend, search trend, etc., are all ways to find how consumers search for a particular product, brand or website online. With more business being done online and with companies focusing more on online marketing, understanding online search queries have become crucial for the business’s success. This research will focus on the different ways through which companies can assess online search queries and whether or not they can benefit from them. Data from past years will be fetched and included to conduct authentic research and conclude accurately.
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Relationship Marketing Dissertation Topics
Relationship marketing is a form of marketing that focuses on long-term goals such as building customer loyalty and increasing customer retention. In relationship marketing, products are provided based on relationships and not traditional marketing. This type of marketing helps firms acquire more customers and build loyalty. The more loyal and satisfied a customer is, the more likely they are to make a purchase.
Under relationship marketing, the purchasing pattern, the contact details, and the entire profile of customers are maintained. Normally, firms assign executives to one or more major customers to maintain relationships and satisfy their needs. It is a very useful marketing tool and also an excellent topic to research on. You can choose a topic for your relationship marketing dissertation topic from any of the topics listed below:
Topic 11:Customer loyalty – Behaviour or an attitude? A mixed-method analysis
Research Aim: This research will analyse how customer loyalty is determined, whether it is an attitude or behaviour. A comparative analysis, comparing different elements of attitudes and behaviours, will be conducted.
Topic 12: The usefulness of relationship marketing in the UK fashion industry: To what extent have organisations incorporated club-style membership schemes for their customer and their impact on businesses?
Research Aim: This research will focus on one important aspect of relationship marketing – memberships. The research will revolve around the UK fashion industry, and the impact memberships have on customers and business organisations.
Topic 13: The impact of relationship marketing on customer loyalty: An analysis of Honda Motors
Research Aim: This dissertation will assess how customer loyalty is impacted by relationship marketing. The main focus of this study will be Honda Motors, how the company maintains customer relationships.
Topic 14: Loyalty schemes and customer satisfaction: Do they really have an impact?
Research Aim: This research will analyse whether or not loyalty schemes impact customer satisfaction. If yes, then the various means will be explored.
Topic 15: The interrelationship between switching costs and consumers' resistance to switching brands' loyalty
Research Aim: The relationship between costs and brand loyalty will be assessed in this research. This research will discuss circumstances under which customers decide to switch brand loyalty.
Topic 16:Loyalty schemes and their relationship with sales: An exploratory analysis of the UK retail industry.
Research Aim: This dissertation will conduct an exploratory analysis to conclude whether or not there is a relationship between loyalty schemes and sales of companies.
Topic 17:Maintaining customer relations through relationship marketing. A case of ASDA
Research Aim: The main focus of this research will be to study how ASDA maintains customer relations and whether they prove to be successful for the business or not.
Topic 18:Exploring the effectiveness of online marketing – Does digital marketing help companies build customer loyalty?
Research Aim: This dissertation will analyse how effective online marketing is for companies to help build and maintain customer loyalty. And whether online marketing can be used to build customer loyalty.
Topic 19: Assessing customer satisfaction in the UK tourism and hospitality industry
Research Aim: The UK tourism and hospitality industry will be assessed in this study for customer satisfaction. The dissertation will conclude to answer how the UK tourism and hospitality industry has maintained customer satisfaction.
Topic 20:Technology driven customer engagement – Does it lead to better customer satisfaction as compared to traditional engagement methods?
Research Aim: This dissertation will discuss how technology has impacted customer engagement. Furthermore, it will analyze how effective technology has been in driving customer engagement compared to traditional methods.
Branding Dissertation Topics
Branding involves creating a unique image and name for a product in the minds of the customers. This is done through creative advertising using a brand theme used consistently in all the advertisements. Branding also entails creating a unique logo and name for a distinguished product.
Some consumers compare prices before purchasing a product, but mostly a purchase is made by focusing on the quality of goods and brand loyalty. There is a misconception that branding is the same as marketing, but it can be distinguished based on the former being one of marketing strategy fundamentals.
For successful branding, there should be truthfulness and clarity in every phase through interaction with customers, which will help improve the value and brand perception of a company.
Branding provides companies with a competitive edge over other organizations and has become a very popular topic for research among undergraduate and postgraduate students. When looking to work on a branding related dissertation, you can choose from the dissertation topics below:
Topic 21:Maintaining brand equity through innovation: A case study of Apple Inc.
Research Aim: Innovation has a huge impact on brand equity. The same will be discussed in this research, with Apple Inc. as the main focus.
Topic 22:Building brand equity through celebrity endorsement: Analysis of the fashion industry
Research Aim: Celebrity endorsement is an excellent way to build brand equity. In this dissertation, the same will be discussed concerning the UK fashion industry or another country of your choice.
Topic 23:Brand attitudes and advertisements: Evidence from the past five years
Research Aim: This study will talk about how advertisements shape brand attitudes. Evidence from the past five years will be presented to conclude whether advertisements impact the brand attitude or not.
Topic 24: Packaging as a brand marketing strategy: Assessing its effectiveness in the retail sector
Research Aim: The success of a brand marketing strategy depends on several factors. This dissertation will assess how important packaging is in a brand marketing strategy.
Topic 25:Effect of branding on consumers of Coca Cola and Pepsi: A comparative analysis
Research Aim: Branding has a huge impact on consumers. Competitors utilise this strategy to build customer loyalty. This research will compare two big rivals – Coca-Cola and Pepsi concerning branding.
Topic 26:Branding strategies: Impact and application
Research Aim: The different types of branding strategies and their implementation process will be discussed in this study.
Topic 27:Analysis of the consumer: Comparative analysis between good quality products and brand loyalty.
Research Aim: This study will discuss how good quality products impact consumers and how it helps companies build brand loyalty.
Topic 28:Building, retaining and maintaining the brand image in the market – Studying MNCs in the UK industry
Research Aim: Brand image and reputation are something that companies should pay close attention to. This research will talk about leading MNCs and how they should build and retain the brand image.
Topic 29:Importance of brand and reliability in the automotive industry – Case of Toyota Motors
Research Aim: Reliability is a huge factor in building a brand. With a specific focus on Toyota, this study will discuss how reliability impacts the brand.
Topic 30:Building brand awareness and equity through online marketing – Assessing its effectiveness
Research Aim: This research will assess the effectiveness of online marketing in building brand awareness and equity.
Topic 31:International brand building in the digital age: The role of digital marketing
Research Aim: Building a brand with the help of digital marketing will be discussed in this research.
Topic 32:Corporate social responsibility and brand management: A case of Nestle
Research Aim: Giving back to the community creates a positive image of the company. This research will discuss how fulfilling corporate social responsibility helps the company maintain its brand.
Also Read: Chanel’s Brand Identity and Personality
Direct Marketing Dissertation Topics
Direct marketing is a marketing phenomenon that involves direct selling to customers. This includes telephone selling, email selling, direct mail selling, etc. No retailer is involved in the process. The product/service flow includes only two parties, the company and the consumer.
Direct marketing allows businesses and non-profit organizations to communicate with customers directly. It relies on advertisements on the internet, television, or radio.
There are different types and forms of direct marketing, with internet marketing being the most popular. Online marketing helps companies to interact directly with their customers without any middleman. In this manner, companies can gain insight into customers, expectations, and feedback on the product/service.
Below is a list of topics that you can base your dissertation on under the direct marketing theme.
Topic 33:Loyalty schemes and direct selling – Does it help businesses to market directly to customers?
Research Aim: Loyalty schemes are an old but extremely effective marketing tool. This research will discuss and analyze whether direct marketing can be done through these schemes or not.
Topic 34:How customers can protect themselves from deceitful direct marketing techniques?
Research Aim: This study will highlight the unlawful and unethical ways companies adapt through digital marketing and how customers can protect themselves.
Topic 35:Direct Marketing: Effects and implications
Research Aim: The main concept, theory, and framework of direct marketing will be discussed and analysed in this research. The effects and implications of direct marketing will be the main focus of this study.
Topic 36:Do customers respond differently to direct and digital marketing?
Research Aim: Direct and digital marketing will be compared and analysed in this research. Their responses will then be evaluated as to which one is the most effective.
Topic 37:The relationship between the duration of a voice message and the success of Tele-marketing? A case of mobile Industry.
Research Aim: Telemarketing is a successful marketing tool. This research will study the relationship between the duration of a voice message and its success for companies operating in the mobile industry.
Topic 38:Developing a marketing information system for direct marketing: Analysing its effectiveness
Research Aim: A marketing information system is extremely essential for companies today. This research will discuss how a marketing information system can be developed and how effective it is for direct marketing.
Topic 39:The role of business and artificial intelligence in direct marketing – How can companies gain advantage?
Research Aim: Artificial Intelligence is the big thing in the marketing industry these days. Incorporating it into your business for marketing will help you achieve a competitive advantage. The same will be studied and evaluated in this research.
Topic 40:Internet marketing as a direct marketing technique – Assessing its effectiveness and profitability
Research Aim: Internet marketing can be used a direct marketing technique. This research will assess how effective and profitable this technique can be for businesses.
Topic 41:Protecting consumer data and privacy in direct marketing techniques – Evaluating its importance.
Research Aim: Companies do not pay much attention to customer privacy. This research will discuss how direct marketing can help companies protect customer data and privacy.
Marketing Across Cultures Dissertation Topics
Every culture is different. Thus, what is acceptable in one, may not be acceptable in the other. This is why firms must adopt different techniques while operating in different cultures. Before introducing any product, companies need to analyse the cultural aspect of the market.
This has become a very important and deciding factor for the successful operation of a business. Cultures have a deep impact on consumer behaviour, and it plays a key role in shaping the buying behaviour and the attitude of the customer.
There is no doubt that this marketing aspect is worth some research. Some intriguing and current dissertation topics in the field of cultures and marketing are given below:
Topic 42:Impact of culture on the trading Market: A case of general motors through an analysis of the imports and exports.
Research Aim: Marketing is based on different cultures. This research will discuss the impact of culture on the trading market, focusing on general motors’ imports and exports.
Topic 43: Does language impact the identity of a brand? A case of Coca-Cola
Research Aim: Language is an important element of a culture. This study will research and analyze whether or not the language impacts a brand and will utilize Coca-Cola as its main focus.
Topic 44: Amalgamating and assessing the regional differences within the national culture of marketing
Research Aim: This research will study the various regional differences that exist in the marketing culture and how they impact businesses.
Topic 45: The impact of collectivism and individualism on purchasing smartphones
Research Aim: Different cultures have a different impact on society. This research will conduct a cross-cultural analysis to understand how culture impacts marketing strategies
Topic 46:Cross-cultural marketing and how it impacts a business – A specific focus on the FMCG sector
Research Aim: Cross-cultural marketing is utilised by companies operating in different cultures. This research will talk about how cross-cultural marketing is formulated, devised, and implemented in the FMCG Sector and whether it is successful for the company or not.
Topic 47:Belief, religion and values: Do they have an impact on businesses across the world
Research Aim: There can be many cultures in one market. Thus, it becomes challenging for companies to market their product according to cultures. This research will assess this issue by focusing on two different cultures.
Topic 48: Application of marketing mix in a culturally diverse society: Assessing two different cultures
Topic 49: same marketing tact in different markets: how it leads to business failures.
Research Aim: Companies cannot utilise similar marketing techniques for different cultures. This research will assess how this act can lead to the failure of businesses.
Topic 50:Cultural differences and the subsequent effect on supermarkets across the United Kingdom
Research Aim: This research will talk about how various cultural differences impact supermarkets operating in the United Kingdom.
Also Read : Fashion and Culture Dissertation Topics
Online Marketing Dissertation Topics
When marketing evolved from traditional to online or digital marketing, it was observed that all the rules that traditional marketing followed were no longer useful. The needs and demands of the market had changed, thus online marketing emerged. Digital marketing has been a game-changer in the field of marketing.
New tools, new rules, and new methods have set the marketing game field. Every player entering the business world needs to be well versed with all these new aspects or else it can go out of business quickly.
Online marketing helps business organisations to understand and evaluate customers’ responses to a particular marketing strategy very efficiently. So businesses are now aware of their customer behaviour, trends, what they look for in a product, what are they interested in, etc.
However, while collecting and storing all this customer information, organisations need to ensure the privacy of their consumers to avoid losing their trust. Companies are now in an era where they can efficiently interact and engage their consumers.
Based on their responses, they can devise subsequent marketing strategies. Online marketing is now a powerful marketing tool as it allows organizations to develop specific strategies to suit the needs of their consumers.
The field of digital marketing is worth the research. You can spend hours learning about this facet of marketing, and still will be left with the urge to learn more. Some interesting topic suggestions are given below if you want to base your dissertation on online marketing.
Topic 51:How online marketing impacts the retail sector during the Covid-19 pandemic? - Entering the field of internet marketing
Research aim: This research will aim to discover the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the performance of the retail sector in any country of your choice. How did the retail stores move to online marketing to overcome the losses?
Topic 52: Organisations and their use of personalised products: How do companies decide who to market?
Research Aim: There are times when companies launch personalised services or products for a specific group of customers. To identify this need, traditional research is not useful. Customers do not want to give out this type of information. With online marketing and its various tools, companies can now gather this data. This research will delve deep into how that happens.
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Topic 53:The role of online marketing in driving sales: Studying the retail sector
Research Aim: The main focus of this research will be to understand how the retail sector is impacted through online marketing and its role.
Topic 54:Implications and application of online marketing
Research Aim: Online marketing tools are extremely powerful. Various tools will be discussed and analysed in this research to conclude how well they perform.
Topic 55:How can companies overcome the hate speech of unhappy customers?
Research Aim: With the ease of gathering data, online marketing and tools can also lead to hate speech from customers. This research will evaluate different ways through which companies can overcome this issue.
Topic 56:What attributes are preferred by customers for online search, purchasing and comparison?
Research Aim: The different types of research, search, purchasing, and comparing attributes undertaken by customers will be assessed in this study. Moreover, their impact on business will be studied.
Topic 57:The power of online marketing tools – Assessing their effectiveness with respect to sales
Research Aim: Different marketing tools will be analysed and studied in this research. They will be assessed based on their effectiveness concerning sales.
Topic 58:Analysis of change in behaviour of customers in offline and online marketing
Research Aim: Online and offline marketing are extremely different. This research will analyse how customers behave differently in an online marketing setting as compared to an offline marketing setting.
Topic 59:Impact of appearance and visual effects for the effectiveness of online marketing
Research Aim: Online marketing utilises different appearance and visual effects to attract customers. This research will analyze how effective these techniques are for the company.
Topic 60:Websites and E-commerce – Do they influence customer behaviour? A case study of the UK fashion industry
Research Aim: With online marketing, it is essential that you have a website and an online store if you’re selling products. The impact of both website and e-commerce on marketing in the UK fashion industry will be assessed.
The 4Ps (Price, Product, Promotion, Place) of Marketing Mix Dissertation Topics
Price, product, promotion, and place are also known as the four pillars of marketing. Referred to as the marketing mix, these four components help companies decide on a product and/or marketing strategy.
These four factors (4Ps) are the key ingredients of a successful marketing strategy since they allow for an in-depth analysis of the market and marketing strategies concerning any particular product. The companies analyse the culture, the product itself, and the pricing of other similar products to gain a competitive edge for their business and production processes.
To understand more about these components and how they impact businesses, you can research this area. Some relevant topics in this area of marketing are listed below for you to base your dissertation on:
Topic 61:Understanding the importance of location for customers Starbucks USA vs Starbucks UAE
Research Aim: Location has a great impact on the company’s sales and marketing efforts. This research will assess how impactful location is for customers by comparing Starbucks located in the US and the UAE.
Topic 62: Pricing war between competitors: Analysing the case of Coca-Cola and Pepsi
Research Aim: Companies usually price their product to competitors to stay relevant and to help their products succeed. This research will analyze how competitors price their products by assessing the pricing strategies of Coca-Cola and Pepsi.
Topic 63:Impact of point-of-purchase promotion on sales: A case study of ZARA
Research Aim: Promotions are an effective way of selling products. This research will study the point of purchase promotion and its impact by focusing on ZARA.
Topic 64: Product packaging and its impact on buying decision – An exploratory analysis
Research Aim: The packaging of a product has a huge impact on the buying and purchasing decisions of customers. This research will conduct an exploratory analysis to understand this impact.
Topic 65:International pricing strategies and their Impact on the brand image: A case study of iTunes
Research Aim: Pricing strategies may or may not differ in different locations. This research will analyze whether iTunes has gained or not by its pricing strategies in different locations.
Topic 66: Impact of price adjustment strategies in online and offline setting
Research Aim: Prices vary in different settings. This research will study the price strategy adjustment in online and offline marketing.
Topic 67:Should Online Reviews and Word of Mouth be a New Component in the Marketing Mix?
Research Aim: Word of mouth and online reviews have proved to be extremely effective marketing tools in recent times. These components concerning the marketing mix will be studied in this research.
Topic 68:Difference between Online and Offline Promotions – How do They Impact Brand Image
Research Aim: A variety of marketing promotion techniques exist. This research will talk about the different online and offline promotional tools and how they impact brand image.
Topic 69:Impact of Traditional Promotions vs Social Media Promotions – Analyzing Burberry’s Promotional Campaigns
Research Aim: Social media promotional campaigns gain a lot of traction. With a specific focus on Burberry’s promotional campaigns, this research will analyse traditional and social media campaigns.
Topic 70:Effect of Premium Pricing Strategies on Consumers. A case of Apple Products
Research Aim: Of different pricing strategies, premium pricing strategies are adopted for luxury products. The effect of this type of pricing strategy on luxury products (Apple products) will be analyzed in this study.
Topic 71:Impact of Cultural Values in Promotional Activities
Research Aim: Culture has a huge impact on the marketing efforts of a company. This research will talk about the various cultural values and how they impact the promotional activities of businesses.
Topic 72:Placing Products in a Central Location and Ease of Access: Assessing its Impact on Customers
Research Aim: Location affects the sales of products and services. This research will assess the impact of customers when products are placed in a central location and when they are offered ease of access.
Topic 73:Influence of celebrity endorsement on sale: A comparative analysis of Nike and Rebook
Research Aim: Celebrity endorsement is a highly effective way to increase sales. A comparative analysis between celebrity endorsement done by Nike and Reebok will be evaluated in this research.
Topic 74:Impact of promotions upon customer’s perception
Research Aim: Customers may or may not change their perception after marketing promotion efforts. This research will discuss whether promotions can change perceptions or not.
Topic 75: Analysing the impact of cartoon characters on children
Research Aim: Products marketed towards children are tricky to market. This research will study whether including a cartoon character to attract children helps businesses or not.
Marketing and Consumer Psychology Dissertation Topics
Marketing is fundamentally based on consumer behaviour. Studying consumer behaviour helps businesses understand the customer in a better manner. Not only this, but it also helps them improve their marketing strategies by understanding the problems of a consumer with a specific focus on their perception of products. It is very important to understand the psychology of consumers and the various influences that the environment may have on their psychology. Studying these behaviours and patterns helps companies know how they should target their customers and what aspects they should focus on.
Consumer psychology comes in very handy for online marketing. When marketing digitally, companies have little or no information regarding their consumers. Thus, understanding their way of thinking, behaviour, buying patterns, trends, etc., helps businesses understand what the customer expects.
The study of consumer behaviour is very interesting and therefore provides an ideal topic for dissertations.
Topic 76:An investigation of consumer psychology and perceptions and their impact on marketing fashion products
Research Aim: Consumer psychology and their perceptions will be evaluated in this research. These two factors concerning the marketing of fashion products will be assessed.
Topic 77:How does consumer knowledge affect the purchase of products and their buying decision
Research Aim: Consumer knowledge influences their buying or purchasing decision. This research will talk about how this knowledge and its impacts the marketing decisions of a company.
Topic 78:The impact of negative publicity on consumer behavior
Research Aim: Consumers cannot be tricked. They are aware of when companies utilize techniques or tools to create a negative image of other companies. This research will talk about such techniques and their impact on consumers.
Topic 79:Consumer attitude towards in-store shopping and online shopping in Wall-Mart
Research Aim: This research will investigate the attitude of customers shopping in-store (physical stores) versus customers shopping online (digital stores). Walmart’s customers will be the focus.
Topic 80:Understanding consumer psychology to devise effective marketing strategies
Research Aim: Customer psychology will first be discussed in this research. Then, the research will talk about how effective marketing strategies will be devised.
Topic 81:Assessing the consumer behaviour and perceptions in relation to luxury
Research Aim: This research will discuss consumer behaviour when customers opt for luxury products, i.e. what drives them to purchase high-priced products.
Topic 82:Measuring consumer response to new products launched by Nestle
Research Aim: Companies should always measure consumer response to assess their marketing activities. This research will discuss different ways through which customer response to new products launched by nestle is assessed.
Topic 83:Consumer perceptions related to discounts and promotions when purchasing products
Research Aim: Every customer likes to purchase products at discounted prices. This research will discuss consumer perceptions concerning discounts, sales, and promotions when purchasing products.
Topic 84:Creating profitable relationships with consumers
Research Aim: This research will analyse the various ways through which companies can create profitable relationships with customers.
Topic 85:Switching costs – Do consumers think about it when abandoning a brand?
Research Aim: There are different reasons for switching a brand or abandoning it completely. These reasons will be the main focus of this research, and customer perceptions will also be studied.
Marketing and Social Networks Dissertation Topics
Social networks (Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter) have played a decisive role in using the internet and purchasing online. Companies need to understand these social networks and tools from a marketing perspective in today’s business world. Businesses that do not make use of the different social media platforms are entirely out of the race.
This is the power of social networks in today’s corporate world. Not only is it competitive, but these networks also help companies interact with their customers and gain feedback in real-time.
This means that they can launch a product, post and market it on social networks, and assess customer reaction. Companies have done well by utilizing these platforms, and all businesses must have a social media presence and interact with customers.
However, it should be noted that organisations face various challenges using social media as a tool to market their products and services. Social media can make or break things for businesses.
If done right and if the accounts are handled appropriately, nothing can stop the business from achieving success. However, one small mistake can cause a lot of trouble for the company. The backlash on social media is extreme, and the company will have to spend months to bring back its reputation.
Thus, considering the challenging nature of these platforms, it is interesting to conduct researches and studies around various related topics. The following is a list of topics that can be undertaken as a part of social networks and marketing dissertation:
Topic 86:The role of Facebook as a marketing tool
Research Aim: The research will explore the various events in Indian film history that have allowed it to become a global sensation. The paper will analyse its market-driven triumph against Hollywood imports starting from the 1930s. The paper will also examine the nationalist social views of films produced in Bollywood during the 1950s.
Topic 87:Social media marketing vs. traditional marketing evaluating the success rate
Research Aim: Social media marketing is the new trend. But does it really reap results? This will be the main focus of this research, and the results of online marketing and traditional marketing methods will be compared.
Topic 88:Building relationships with customers through social media.
Research Aim: Social media not only helps in networking and connecting people but also enables companies to get in touch with their customers. This research will talk about companies use it as a medium to build relationships with their customers.
Topic 89:How social media influences consumers’ buying preferences
Research Aim: Social media trends are followed by everyone. This research will discuss how these trends are shaped and how it influences the buying and purchasing decision of customers.
Topic 90:How businesses gather Information from social media: A deep insight into customer privacy concerns
Research Aim: A lot is argued about the loss of privacy and data for online customers. This research will investigate the various ways data is collected online and whether or not there are data security breaches.
Topic 91:Consumer perception of social media marketing and its impact on brand image
Research Aim: Consumer perception regarding social media marketing will be assessed in this research. Moreover, the impact of this perception on the brand image will be evaluated.
Topic 92:Is Banner advertisement a good idea in social media marketing? A global comparative analysis
Research Aim: Online Banner advertisements are utilised by almost all companies in the market. This research will discuss various banner advertisement campaigns and their effectiveness.
Topic 93:The role of online stores in the traditional marketing mix
Research Aim: The traditional marketing mix does not take into consideration online marketing. This research will talk about the importance of online and social media marketing in the corporate world today and the role of online stores in the marketing mix.
Topic 94:Why is there more focus on the use of Facebook for marketing rather than other platforms for social media marketing?
Research Aim: Facebook advertising is considered the most powerful amongst all other social media marketing tools. There are various reasons due to which Facebook is considered a powerful tool. All these will be discussed, analyzed, and evaluated in this research.
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Marketing Ethics Dissertation Topics
Marketing Ethics Dissertation Topics Marketing ethics is a thought-provoking issue in the field of marketing. Where marketers are making efforts to run effective and profitable marketing campaigns for their companies, they should also consider marketing ethics.
The continuous evolution of customers’ attitudes customers over media has a significant impact on businesses worldwide. People nowadays are more concerned about the company’s ethical behaviour and the use of ethics employed by their marketing experts.
They are more concerned about their corporate social responsibility programs and the values of society. Companies must run various social corporate responsibility campaigns, through which they not only create a good reputation but also give back to the community.
These campaigns indeed help businesses to build a reputation and become a preferred brand for consumers. Acts such as animal cruelty and the use of prohibited products hit hard, and a company can lose its long-built strong reputation in a matter of minutes.
There are various ethical concerns that organisations must abide by to have a successful operating and marketing campaign. A dissertation on marketing ethics can be based on any of the following topics:
Topic 95:Ethics and consumer perception: What do consumers really expect from companies?
Research Aim: Corporate and marketing ethics are extremely important for companies. This research will talk about what customers expect from the company regarding ethics and how it shapes their perceptions.
Topic 96:Impact of unethical behaviour of an organisation on sales: Studying unsuccessful marketing campaigns
Research Aim: Unethical organizational behaviour leads to unsuccessful marketing campaigns. The main focus of this research will be the unethical behaviours undertaken by companies and how it adversely affects their sales.
Topic 97:How firms mislead people to enhance product sales and the effect this has on their business
Research Aim: A number of companies mislead their consumers only to enhance their sales. This research will discuss the different ways through which companies mislead people and the impact it has on their business.
Topic 98:How country laws shape business and marketing
Research Aim: When operating in a country, companies have to abide by the laws, rules, and regulations set out by the government. This research will talk about how these laws and regulations shape the business environment.
Topic 99:Ethical considerations and brand loyalty
Research Aim: This research will discuss whether or not ethical business operations have an impact on brand loyalty or do consumers continue to buy from companies who operate unethically.
Topic 100:Spam laws and online marketing – A critical analysis
Research Aim: Online marketing has its own rules. Companies have to abide by spam laws, or else they will be blacklisted. These rules and how companies should abide by them will be analyzed in this study.
Topic 101:Exploring the relationship between marketing ethics and corporate social responsibility
Research Aim: Companies have a responsibility to fulfill. They have to give back to the community, thus operate with corporate social responsibility. This research will discuss whether or not marketing ethics are directly related to corporate social responsibility.
Topic 102: Building company reputation and brand equity through various corporate social responsibility initiatives
Research Aim: The main focus of this research will be to explore whether or not corporate social responsibility initiatives build company reputation or brand equity.
Topic 103: Do cause-related marketing campaigns impact consumer purchase decisions?
Research Aim: This research will explore whether cause-related marketing has an impact on consumer purchase decisions or not.
Topic 104: Public relations and consumer boycotts: Learning lessons from Shell and Nestle
Research Aim: Consumers can boycott a company based on a variety of reasons. This research will discuss the different reasons why consumers boycott and how it impacts public relations, with a special focus on Shell and Nestle.
As a student of marketing looking to get good grades, it is essential to develop new ideas and experiment on existing marketing theories – i.e., to add value and interest in the topic of your research.
The field of marketing is vast and interrelated to so many other academic disciplines like civil engineering , construction , law , engineering management , healthcare , mental health , artificial intelligence , tourism , physiotherapy , sociology , management , and nursing . That is why it is imperative to create a project management dissertation topic that is articular, sound, and actually solves a practical problem that may be rampant in the field.
We can’t stress how important it is to develop a logical research topic; it is the basis of your entire research. There are several significant downfalls to getting your topic wrong; your supervisor may not be interested in working on it, the topic has no academic creditability, the research may not make logical sense, there is a possibility that the study is not viable.
This impacts your time and efforts in writing your dissertation as you may end up in the cycle of rejection at the very initial stage of the dissertation. That is why we recommend reviewing existing research to develop a topic, taking advice from your supervisor, and even asking for help in this particular stage of your dissertation.
While developing a research topic, keeping our advice in mind will allow you to pick one of the best marketing dissertation topics that fulfill your requirement of writing a research paper and add to the body of knowledge.
Therefore, it is recommended that when finalizing your dissertation topic, you read recently published literature to identify gaps in the research that you may help fill.
Remember- dissertation topics need to be unique, solve an identified problem, be logical, and can also be practically implemented. Take a look at some of our sample marketing dissertation topics to get an idea for your own dissertation.
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A well-structured dissertation can help students to achieve a high overall academic grade.
- A Title Page
- Abstract: A summary of the research completed
- Table of Contents
- Introduction : This chapter includes the project rationale, research background, key research aims and objectives, and the research problems to be addressed. An outline of the structure of a dissertation can also be added to this chapter.
- Literature Review : This chapter presents relevant theories and frameworks by analysing published and unpublished literature available on the chosen research topic, in light of research questions to be addressed. The purpose is to highlight and discuss the relative weaknesses and strengths of the selected research area whilst identifying any research gaps. Break down of the topic, and key terms can have a positive impact on your dissertation and your tutor.
- Methodology: The data collection and analysis methods and techniques employed by the researcher are presented in the Methodology chapter which usually includes research design, research philosophy, research limitations, code of conduct, ethical consideration, data collection methods, and data analysis strategy .
- Findings and Analysis: Findings of the research are analysed in detail under the Findings and Analysis chapter. All key findings/results are outlined in this chapter without interpreting the data or drawing any conclusions. It can be useful to include graphs , charts, and tables in this chapter to identify meaningful trends and relationships.
- Discussion and Conclusion: The researcher presents his interpretation of results in this chapter, and states whether the research hypothesis has been verified or not. An essential aspect of this section of the paper is to draw a linkage between the results and evidence from the literature. Recommendations with regards to implications of the findings and directions for the future may also be provided. Finally, a summary of the overall research, along with final judgments, opinions, and comments, must be included in the form of suggestions for improvement.
- References: This should be completed in accordance with your University’s requirements
- Appendices: Any additional information, diagrams, graphs that were used to complete the dissertation but not part of the dissertation should be included in the Appendices chapter. Essentially, the purpose is to expand the information/data.
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Faire croire - 20 dissertations : Laclos, Les Liaisons dangereuses ; Musset, Lorenzaccio ; Arendt, La Crise de la culture, Du mensonge à la violence
Géraldine Deries, Morgan Trouillet, François Tenaud
Nb. de pages: 240
Format: Pdf, ePub, MOBI, FB2
Date de parution: 2023
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Tous les concours exigent des candidats qu'ils rédigent une dissertation. Qu'est-ce qu'une dissertation ? C'est la mise en scène d'un raisonnement. Qu'est-ce qu'une bonne dissertation ? Comment en faire une ? Ce livre vous apprendra par étapes à réussir cet exercice redoutable. Il est centré sur la réussite à la prochaine session. La méthode qu'il propose s'appuie sur les rapports des jurys. Les 20 sujets qu'il propose sont corrigés en détail car on n'apprend vraiment qu'avec des exemples. Le corrigé montre d'abord le travail qui doit être fait au brouillon : analyse des termes, confrontation aux oeuvres, construction d'une problématique, plan détaillé. Une dissertation est alors entièrement rédigée, dans une langue claire. Sa longueur est compatible avec la durée de l'épreuve. Vous pouvez vraiment apprendre à faire aussi bien !
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