In Communicational Marketing, Luigi Carlo De Micco combines both of these factors. Like other marketing approaches, communicational marketing is concerned with the advertising and selling of products and services. But unlike conventional advertising methods, the starting point for communicational marketing is not the individual psyche but rather the inter-communicational processes that have a lasting effect on the behavior of those involved.
De Micco explains the role played by communication in modern marketing and the mechanisms that have to be taken into account. He shows the reasons for the failure of marketing ideas by analyzing the paradoxes in well-known advertising approaches, and provides the reader with communication-oriented marketing strategies.
Communicational marketing presupposes a competent, self-directed buyer who categorically rejects suggestion and who is able to recognize manipulation whenever he or she is exposed to it.
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About the Author
Germany. He is active on several committees and industrial advisory and supervisory boards. As an expert in IT and market capital, he advises institutional investors such as banks, venture capital enterprises, and funds. De Micco lives in Monte Carlo, Monaco.