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Virtual Reality Marketing: Using VR to Grow a Brand and Create Impact

Virtual Reality Marketing: Using VR to Grow a Brand and Create Impact

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then virtual reality (VR) is priceless. This new medium is booming - by 2025, the industry is expected to become bigger than TV. Virtual Reality Marketing is a comprehensive exploration of all things VR, providing readers with everything they need to know about the current VR landscape, and the unprecedented opportunity it offers brands to create unique emotional connections with consumers.

A truly comprehensive guide, Virtual Reality Marketing covers all aspects of the industry, including interactive and passive VR, 360 video, social VR marketing, and the role that influencers and bloggers are set to play in its development. It also looks to the future - exploring how VR is evolving and the changes it will undergo in the future. Virtual Reality Marketing is the only complete guide to VR marketing available, written by a recognized industry expert who has facilitated VR coverage for major international brands including Facebook, Audi, Google and Mercedes F1. Packed with fascinating case studies, tips and strategies, this text is the leading resource for any reader looking to incorporate VR in their own marketing campaigns.

Author: Henry Stuart
Publisher: Kogan Page
Published: 10/30/2018
Pages: 224
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.70lbs
Size: 9.21h x 6.14w x 0.61d
ISBN: 9780749482862

About the Author
Henry Stuart is founder and CEO of VISUALISE, one of the world's premier virtual reality studios. He has provided VR coverage for major events including the Royal Wedding and London Olympics, and for brands such as Google, the Economist, Audi, Mercedes F1, FT, the BBC, O2, The Times, Adidas and Ray-Ban. He is a regular speaker at events and has been published in the Telegraph, the Independent, BBC Online, The Drum, the Guardian, FT and Forbes.

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