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Author Bernstein, Joanne Scheff, 1945- author.

Title Standing room only : marketing insights for engaging performing arts audiences / Joanne Scheff Bernstein.

Publication Info. New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.


Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction    791.0698 BER 2014    Available
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Edition Second edition.
Description xii, 408 pages ; 25 cm
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Summary "First published in 1997, Standing Room Only has long been considered the marketing bible for theatre organizations and was the collaborative effort of two professors from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Business, consistently one of the top-ranked business schools in the nation, Standing Room Only combined practical advice for creating a strategic marketing program and maintaining a successful performing arts organization with innovative examples from real theatre organizations around the nation were harnessing the marketing tools at their disposal to achieving rewarding benefits. Its lessons have been proven to be internationally applicable and easily adaptable to the organization type (theatre, opera, ballet, etc.). In this revised edition, Bernstein will bring the work up to the digital age, cutting the concepts that are no longer as viable in today's market while providing much needed guidance for navigating the possibilities of the internet. From online ticketing options to marketing options in social and mobile media, The new edition provides the framework to effortlessly transition into the online market, along with revealing the innovative ideas other theatres have already successfully integrated into their marketing plans, including the Joffrey Ballet's use of Groupon to expand their outreach and effectively work their pricing strategies to attract a whole new level of patrons."-- Provided by publisher.
Note Previously published: 1997.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-393) and indexes.
Contents The performing arts : history and issues. An ongoing crisis? A growing crisis? -- The evolution and principles of marketing -- Understanding the performing arts market : how consumers think -- Exploring characteristics of current and potential performing arts attenders -- Planning strategy and applying the strategic marketing process -- Identifying market segments, selecting target markets, and positioning the offer -- Conducting and using market research -- Using strategic marketing to define and analyze the product offering -- Managing location, capacity, and ticketing systems -- Focusing on value and optimizing revenue through pricing strategies -- Identifying and capitalizing on brand identity -- Formulating communications strategies -- Delivering the message : advertising, personal selling, sales promotion, public relations, and crisis management -- Harnessing and leveraging the power of digital marketing methods -- Building audience frequency and loyalty -- Focusing on the customer experience and delivering great customer service -- Audiences for now, audiences for the future.
Subject Performing arts -- Marketing.
Added Author Kotler, Philip. Standing room only.
ISBN 9781137282934 (hardback)
1137282932 (hardback)

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