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Defending the brand [electronic resource] : aggressive strategies for protecting your brand in the online arena / Brian H. Murray.

By: Murray, Brian H, 1968-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : American Management Association, c2004Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 268 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0814427537 (electronic bk.); 9780814427538 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Brand name products | Internet domain names -- Management | Trademark infringement -- Prevention | Trademark infringement | Electronic commerce | Product management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Advertising & Promotion | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Defending the brand.DDC classification: 658.8/27 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Digital brand abuse -- The dark side -- Objectionable content -- Pornography -- Adult entertainment -- Child pornography -- Hate, violence, and extremism -- Gambling -- Parody -- Defining "objectionable" -- Who's at risk? -- What to do -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- The opportunities and threats of online commentary -- The rumor mill -- Financial earnings -- Early warning -- Information security -- Other security and liability threats -- The world's largest focus group -- Activism and "sucks" sites -- Nobody is immune -- Managing risk -- Buried treasure -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Customer diversion -- Customer capture -- Cybersquatting -- Typo-piracy -- Domain name administration -- Arbitration -- Search engine manipulation -- Invisible seeding -- Visible seeding -- Spoofing --Paid placement -- Managing seeding and spoofing issues -- Software utility generated advertisements -- Mislabeled links -- Unsolicited e-mail -- Keeping the customer -- Bringing the customer back -- Scope of the problem -- The future -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Online partners and distribution issues -- A managing partner compliance -- The customer experience -- Changing dynamics -- Online partners -- Affiliates -- Suppliers -- Distributors -- Third parties -- Monitoring partners -- Step 1: Prioritization -- Step 2: Brand management -- Step 3: Enforcement -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Counterfeits and gray markets -- Gray markets -- Combating gray market activity -- Counterfeiting -- Copier supplies -- Pharmaceuticals -- Online monitoring -- Criteria that may signal a suspect distributor -- Testing authenticity -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Defending against digital piracy -- Music -- Sales leads -- Video -- Cease and desist -- Customer convenience -- Copy protection and digital rights management -- Software -- Text and images -- E-books -- The Stephen King experiment -- News services -- Market data -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Trust -- The costs of compromised privacy and security -- Information collection technologies -- Cookies -- Web beacons -- Information security -- Customer information transmission -- Customer information storage -- Fraud -- Managing privacy and security -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Competitive intelligence -- Using online competitive intelligence to outmaneuver competitor brands -- The internet as a competitive intelligence source -- Brand presence -- Brand reach -- Competitor brand abuse -- Competitor absence -- Linking relationships -- Partnerships -- Recruiting competitor partners -- Online commentary -- Collecting the data -- Counterintelligence -- Actionable information -- The business case -- Boardroom summary.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Digital brand abuse -- The dark side -- Objectionable content -- Pornography -- Adult entertainment -- Child pornography -- Hate, violence, and extremism -- Gambling -- Parody -- Defining "objectionable" -- Who's at risk? -- What to do -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- The opportunities and threats of online commentary -- The rumor mill -- Financial earnings -- Early warning -- Information security -- Other security and liability threats -- The world's largest focus group -- Activism and "sucks" sites -- Nobody is immune -- Managing risk -- Buried treasure -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Customer diversion -- Customer capture -- Cybersquatting -- Typo-piracy -- Domain name administration -- Arbitration -- Search engine manipulation -- Invisible seeding -- Visible seeding -- Spoofing --Paid placement -- Managing seeding and spoofing issues -- Software utility generated advertisements -- Mislabeled links -- Unsolicited e-mail -- Keeping the customer -- Bringing the customer back -- Scope of the problem -- The future -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Online partners and distribution issues -- A managing partner compliance -- The customer experience -- Changing dynamics -- Online partners -- Affiliates -- Suppliers -- Distributors -- Third parties -- Monitoring partners -- Step 1: Prioritization -- Step 2: Brand management -- Step 3: Enforcement -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Counterfeits and gray markets -- Gray markets -- Combating gray market activity -- Counterfeiting -- Copier supplies -- Pharmaceuticals -- Online monitoring -- Criteria that may signal a suspect distributor -- Testing authenticity -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Defending against digital piracy -- Music -- Sales leads -- Video -- Cease and desist -- Customer convenience -- Copy protection and digital rights management -- Software -- Text and images -- E-books -- The Stephen King experiment -- News services -- Market data -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Trust -- The costs of compromised privacy and security -- Information collection technologies -- Cookies -- Web beacons -- Information security -- Customer information transmission -- Customer information storage -- Fraud -- Managing privacy and security -- The business case -- Boardroom summary -- Competitive intelligence -- Using online competitive intelligence to outmaneuver competitor brands -- The internet as a competitive intelligence source -- Brand presence -- Brand reach -- Competitor brand abuse -- Competitor absence -- Linking relationships -- Partnerships -- Recruiting competitor partners -- Online commentary -- Collecting the data -- Counterintelligence -- Actionable information -- The business case -- Boardroom summary.

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