49 Marketing Secrets (That Work) to Grow Sales

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Morgan James Publishing, Oct 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 298 pages
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49 Marketing Secrets is a book that was conceived to fill the void on marketing books that is tailored to the small business owner. Many of the problems I have solved with my clients are marketing problems: they don't understand marketing, they don't know who to trust, they don't know what to do. The objective of the book is to provide an inexpensive and safe place for mall business owners to turn to receive trusted advice from people who have been there. The book was written by marketing experts and business owner and it describes what they implemented to grow their business. We can all become great marketers. In this book you will discover: 9 Winning Marketing Strategy 8 Branding and Corporate Image Strategies 6 Media Strategies 3 Networking strategies 9 Technology-Based Marketing Strategies 6 Event Strategies 8 Sales Strategies.

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Chapter 2 Branding and Corporate Image
Chapter 3 Media Strategies
Chapter 4 Networking Strategies
Chapter 5 TechnologyBased Marketing Strategies
Chapter 6 Event Strategies
Chapter 7 Sales

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As a business and technology consultant, coach, speaker, author and Certified Knowledge Manager, Finklestein has both business and technology experience spanning two decades. Finklestein is skilled in many aspects of business and spends a majority of his time coaching and consulting in the Platinum Rule Business Coaching methodology. His forte is helping businesses and business owners understand how to take the next steps in both personal and business growth. Finklestein was profiled in the 2000 edition of Who's Who in Information Technology, 2006 edition of Who's Who in American Business and was selected as 2005 businessman of the year by the Business Advisory Council of the Republican National Committee. He has published one books: Celebrating Success! Fourteen Ways to a Successful Company and coauthored The Platinum Rule to Small Business Success. He founded The Business Leadership Association, co-founded Celebrating Success! The Greater Akron Business Conference (http: //www.akronbusinessconference.org). Other Board affiliations include: Advisory Board, Center for Information Technology and eBusiness of the University of Akron; Advisory Board and Kent State University Center for Information Management. Finklestein is available for coaching, consulting and speaking engagement, workshops and seminars. You can contact him at info@yourbusinesscoach.net or reach him at 330-990-0788. www.yourbusinesscoach.net.

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