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Contents of N6/2014


Distribution concept of marketing for public sector organizations
Novatorov E.V., Ph.D. Professor Department of management National research university Higher school of economics, e-mail:

The paper discusses the existent controversial theory of non-profitable public sector marketing. The study revealed that modern non-profit services marketing theory was developed from borrowing social sciences concepts: sociology, organizational behavior, and economic anthropology. However, the study also found alternative concepts and ideas from social sciences that can better explain the phenomena of non-profit marketing. The study suggests adopting alternative approaches for conceptualization of non-profit services marketing. Recommendations for future research are offered.
Keywords: marketing, institutional ecomomics, substantiveeconomic anthropology, reciprocity, redistribution.

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The study of on-line social media and web-resources application for determination of customer satisfaction in the hospitality industry
Sergei Kazakov, Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Enterprise Marketing Department, NRU High School of Economics, e-mail:

This paper examines the issues of social media and Internet resources utilization in a form of online surveys to study the level of customer satisfaction and willingness to share consumer experiences in social networks. Based on the results of the present study the SEM-model was constructed. It demonstrates the covariance relationships between hotel choice factors, overall customer satisfaction and willingness to recommend the hotel by posting feedback or to write on-line review.
Keywords: customer satisfaction, social media, internet, customer feedback, hotel choice factors, SEM path model.

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Modeling condition and evolution of tourist services market of Uzbekistans Republic
Turaev B.Kh., doctor of Economics, Professor, Samarkand state university, e-mail:

The article is devoted to the labor market and employment in the service industry and service. As a research problem was defined by the authors attempt to define a simulation model of labor market forecasting using mathematical tools, which allows, in their opinion, to calculate the predicted values of the labor market. In the article are researched the basic dynamic and structural tendencies of the development of regional tourism market on the example of Samarkand region, with elements of a comparative analysis of similar indicators of the development of tourism at the level of global, national and regional economies. Based on this analysis, recommendations for the development of this market of tourist services are given.
Keywords: tourist product, destination, infrastructure, demand forecasting.

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The development of marketing tools in social media on the basis of consumers behavior particularities' research
Voronina L.A., doctor of economics, professor, Kuban State University, e-mail:
Pokul V.O., post graduate, Kuban State University, e-mail:

The article considers the results of the research of consumers behavior in social media based on author's motivational questionnaire. 6types of consumer behavior in social media is distinguished with the help of cluster analysis and marketing tools, corresponding the specification of each type is developed.
Keywords: consumer behavior, social media, motivation, marketing tools.

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Innovative marketing policy of Russian industrial enterprises under economic sanctions
Seyfullayeva Maisa, Ph.D, Professor, Department of marketing, Plekhanov Russian university of economics, e-mail:
Murtuzalieva Taira, candidate of the economic sciences, Associate Professor, Department of marketing, Plekhanov Russian university of economics

The article discusses different marketing strategies used by some domestic industrial enterprises under economic sanctions introduced by Western countries and the USA against Russia. The article states that one of the most important directions in order to improve the market activity of Russian industrial enterprises whose impetus of development was initiated by sanctions, is to lay more emphasis on the marketing planning concept in order to make a deliberate strategy choice and to focus marketing efforts on the most promising directions of industrial enterprises activity. In order to ensure further development of national production, the authors propose to use product innovation strategy, Instrument Companys competitiveness based on the increasing value of its products to the consumer while keeping prices at current levels, as well as finding new niche markets, especially those which have been left by foreign competitors.
Keywords: marketing strategy, the regime of economic sanctions, unfair competition, adaptation strategy, product innovations strategy, competitiveness, customer value.

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Formation of attributive brand signatures
Igor Groshev, Doctor of Economics, Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Honoured Science Worker of the Russian Federation, Pro-rector, -mail:
Aleksey Krasnoslobodtsev, Candidate of Economics, Senior Lecturer of the Staff Management and Marketing Department of Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin, Director of the Research Centre on the problems of industrial brand management, promotion and management of brand capital at the goods markets, -mail:

The article examines the process of creating attributive brand signatures on the example of its main element naming. The stages of brand name construction and the selection criteria are analyzed. The necessary conditions, identifying the formula of optimal naming, are given.
Keywords: brand, criteria, brand name, methods, motivation, name, naming, approaches, characteristics, process, stage.

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Using modern marketing conceptions in advertising
Botnaryuk M.V., Docent, Candidate of economic science, department of Economy and management Admiral Ushakov state maritime university, e-mail:

In the article the peculiarities and perspectives of development of guerrilla and fusion marketing are considered. Author considers marketing concept and methodological approach to the formation of competitive advantages of the company in modern conditions.
Keywords: advertising, guerrilla marketing, customer loyalty, fusion marketing, competitive advantages.

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Estimation of the information product on regional market of television information
Limarev P.V., candidate of the economic sciences, senior lecturer in economics and marketing, Magnitogorsk State Technical University named by G.I. Nosov, e-mail:

In the article describes method of the estimation of the information product on regional market of broadcasting, elaborated importance of the term information product, is given determination of the economic unit to information, and is offered methods calculation cost of the economic unit of information.
Keywords: information product, regional market broadcasting, economic unit of information.

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Using instruments of sports marketing for promotion of goods and services
Tuvatova V.E., candidate of tech. sciences, the senior lecturer of chair Management of branch of the Sochi state university in Nizhni Novgorod, e-mail:
Orinchuk V.A., candidate of pedagogical sciences, manager of chair Physical culture and adaptation technologies of branch of the Sochi state university in Nizhni Novgorod, e-mail:

Article is devoted to a problem of advance of goods and services with use of elements of sports marketing. In article the main marketing instruments of promotion of goods and services on sporting events are considered. Prospects of the Russian sports marketing are defined.
Keywords: marketing communications, promotion, sporting events, sports marketing.

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System approach to competitiveness management of the enterprise (The termination. The beginning in 5 for 2014)
Faskhiev Kh.A., Dr. sci. tech., professor of chair of economy, management and marketing Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, professor of chair of an applied hydromechanics Ufa state aviation technical university, e-mail:

The two-level model of management by competitiveness of the enterprise, based on a comparative consecutive assessment at the first step on such integrated indicators as competitiveness of the goods (services), competitive potential, level of the intellectual capital of the estimated enterprise and its competitors, and at the second step on competitiveness coefficient is developed. Techniques of definition of the specified estimated criteria are given. By results of comparison in both steps measures for improvement of the corresponding criterion of the estimated enterprise are taken, the forecast of improvement of individual indicators and calculation of expected value of integrated criterion is carried out. These processes which have been dragged out on time, repeat cyclically until will be provided higher level of competitiveness of the estimated enterprise, than at competitors. Approbation of system approach to management of competitiveness of the enterprises is carried out on the example of two conditional enterprises of a motor transportation complex.
Keywords: enterprise, management model, quality, competitiveness of goods, competitiveness of the enterprise, competitive potential, level of the intellectual capital.

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Becoming customer oriented approach on the rail transport market through operators services diversification
Bondarenko V.A., doctor of Economics, associate Professor of marketing and advertising department in Rostov state economic University, e-mail:
Guzenko N.V., candidate of economic Sciences, main inspector of the Department of raduate and doctoral studies in Rostov state economic University, e-mail:

The article considers the problems of client oriented approach development in the market of railway transportation in Russia. The authors conclude that the diversification of services operating companies is an effective tool of customer orientation and due to the intensification of competition on the railway market and its role will increase.
Keywords: operator, consumer, client centric approach, logistic services, diversification.

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Profiles of marketing posts in IT-industry: responsibilities and required competencies
Strezh V.M., Lecturer, Department of Economics EE BSUIR business analyst LLC "Layfteh, e-mail:
Parhimenko V.A., candidate of the economic sciences, Associate Professor, Head of Department of Economics EE BSUIR, e-mail:
Sokolovskaya E.I., leading specialist HR LLC Generation-P Consulting, e-mail:

Interconnection between marketing positions, which should be included into IT- company staff according to basic theoretical concepts, and real demand on marketing specialists presented on Belarussian labor market is analyzed.
Keywords: marketing, marketing positions, marketing roles, competencies, jobs site, vacancies.

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6. Technical Evangelist Vertical //
7. Business Evangelist //
8. Consumer Marketing Evangelist //



Perspectives of a world steel market
Yakubov N.M., chief economist of JSC "Uzbek Refractory and heat-resistant metals, e-mail:

Steel smelting from ferriferous scrap, and also the organization of steelmaking production from low-grade ore raw materials will allow providing the republic with steelmaking production, excepting its import. Security of the metallurgical enterprises of Uzbekistan with mineral resources for many years is one of the main indicators where their investment appeals. It is known that the enterprises making metal with stable mineral and raw providing, are attractive to foreign investors. In development of iron ore`s fields the key part is assigned to innovative technologies and investments of the private sector of economy.
Keywords: metallurgy, industry, raw materials, investment, innovation, imports, steel.

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Jubilee of Plekhanovs marketing
Grinyova Olga O., Department of Marketing Plekhanov. GV Plekhanov, e-mail:

Five most working marketing tools for your business
Khlopetskyi R.S., Business Consultant, e-mail:

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