If you have bought or have adopted Dave’s books for your courses and lecturing – thank you, I hope you’ve found them helpful and inspiring!
My recommendations for lecturers and students on this page link to lecturers’ resources such as slides and link to recommended videos and statistics to support teaching and learning.
Some of these articles are from the Smart Insights blog which gives more detail on the latest developments in digital marketing, digital business and e-commerce that may not yet be available in the books. The updates then feed into future editions of the books.
What is Smart Insights?
I’m co-founder of Smart Insights, a marketing skills development platform with customers in more than 120 countries. Smart Insights is a freemium platform with free digital marketing templates and guides on digital marketing trends available to free members.
I recommend students and lecturers check out Smart Insights free membership – join here.
Smart Insights help their members improve their digital marketing skills and businesses improve their return on digital marketing via access to their educational platform offering best practices templates, guides, market insights and e-learning – review Smart Insights premium membership benefits.
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Resources for lecturers and students
Pearson education support site
If you’re a lecturer or student, the Pearson catalogue site gives access to lecturers materials and examination copies for the different books. These include Powerpoints and instructors manuals for lecturers who register:
- Digital marketing: Strategy, Implementation and Practice, 7e
- Digital business and e-commerce management
Routledge support site
Routledge has inspection copies and an Ebook version available for Digital marketing Excellence.
Downloadable slides on Slideshare
A small selection of YouTube videos to show how technology changes consumer behaviour
- How real people make Google Search better (Search Quality Raters, 2020)
- How Google Search Works (in 5 minutes) (From Google)
- Social Dilemma (Digital addiction) – 10 minute summary of best scenes from the film The Social Dilemma (2020)
- Burger King Brazil digital campaign example
- Improving site design by structured experiments – Examples from Luke Wrobelowski of Google
- The Digital Switch-on of the Consumer Goods Industry using the Internet of Things (IoT) – Evrythng
- Digital Minimalism – Cal Newport
- Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and the transformation of global payments
- How Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google manipulate our emotions’ by Scott Galloway of NYSU
- Generation C
- Generation IP 2025
- Online advertising – the breakup
- The shocking reality of Ecommerce – funny video
- Example YouTube campaign video encouraging Ecommerce adoption – humour
- Craig Sullivan of Belron on the benefits of CRO for Belron/Autoglass
- Ecommerce checkout in real life – showing the problems of checkout we still face – humour
- Example viral marketing videos
Recommended sources for students to access quality statistics on consumer and business adoption are recommended in the chapters on situation analysis in our books. They’re provided here for convenience for readers:
Smart Insights also has these regularly updated statistics compilations on consumer and business adoption and usage of the Internet and other digital technologies.
- Compilation of Global Digital Technology Adoption Statistics Sources
- Consumer social media marketing and social network adoption statistics
- E-commerce and B2B website conversion rates benchmarks
- Mobile marketing adoption statistics
- Search engine marketing statistics
One of the best sources for lecturers and students to use covering the adoption of digital technology and social networks is the Data Reportal compilation: See the 2021 Global Digital Overview report
Sources for campaign examples and digital creative
These examples can be used to discuss the communications goals of campaigns and how they are implemented to target online audiences and encourage interaction and purchase.