TIPS Bookclub: The Kim Kardashian Principle 

TIPS Bookclub: The Kim Kardashian Principle 

The Kim Kardashian Principle 
Released on March 21, 2017
How do social media stars attract such obsessive attention–even more than the Hollywood A-list? And what can they teach us about making our own ideas, products and services break through? The world’s leading authority on celebrity branding, Jeetendr Sehdev, whom Variety calls “the best in the business,” tackles these questions head on.

Sehdev shows why successful images today–the most famous being Kim Kardashian–are not photoshopped to perfection, but flawed, vulnerable, and in-your-face. This total transparency generates a level of authenticity and intimacy with audiences that traditional marketing tactics just can’t touch.

The KIM KARDASHIAN PRINCIPLE reveals the people, products and brands that do it best–from YouTube sensations like Jenna Marbles to billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk–and proves why the old strategies aren’t working. After all, in a world where a big booty can break the internet, and the President-Elect is a reality TV star, self-obsession is a must-have. No posturing, no apologies, and no shying away from the spotlight.

THE KIM KARDASHIAN PRINCIPLE is a fresh, provocative guide to understanding why only the boldest and baddest ideas will survive–and how to make sure yours is one of them.

Advance Praise for Jeetendr Sehdev & The Kim Kardashian Principle:
“The best in the business.” —Variety

“The love child of TMZ and The Economist.” —David Geha, Senior Producer, Extra

Jeetendr creates a power manifesto for anyone who wants to lead the why-not-me generation. One-upping Malcolm Gladwell, he uses his marketing genius, historical perspective and pop-culture prowess to help us navigate a world where PewDiePie is more name-checked than Brad Pitt. And his own story of how he rose from buttoned-up British schoolboy to Hollywood’s new phenom is simply inspiring. Edifying and captivating stuff!” —Us Weekly

“More than a marketing bible… Jeetendr’s KKP is a movement!” —Kelly Mullen, Head of U-Entertainment, Unilever