The intelligent marketer's guide to data privacy/ the impact of big data on customer trust by Robert W. PalmatierMaterial type: TextPublisher: New York, NY : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2019Description: 192p. 24cmContent type:
- 658.812 PAL
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Firms are collecting and analyzing customer data at an ever increasing rate in response to evidence that data analytics (precision targeting, improved selling) generates a positive return. Yet efforts often ignore customers' privacy concerns and feelings of vulnerability, which produces long-term effects on customer trust, relationships, and, ultimately, financial performance. Big data, privacy, and cybersecurity are often relegated to IT and legal teams with minimal regard for customer relationships. This book fills the void by taking a customer-centric approach to privacy. It offers both defensive and offensive marketing-based privacy strategies that strongly position firms in today's data-intensive landscape. The book also helps managers anticipate future consumer and legislative trends. Drawing from the authors' own work and extant research, this book offers a compelling guide for building and implementing big-data- and privacy-informed business strategies. Specifically, the book describes the consumer psychology of privacy, deconstructs relevant legal and regulatory issues, offers and describes defensive privacy strategies, and provides an executive summary using the Six Tenets for Effective Privacy Marketing. The book also offers a detailed action plan for improving performance by protecting against privacy threats as well as developing and implementing offensive privacy strategy.