Guerrilla Marketing for Consultants: Breakthrough Tactics for Winning Profitable Clients

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Wiley, Oct 28, 2004 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Trusted advice on successful consulting from the authors of the bestselling Guerrilla Marketing series
Consulting is entering the era of the guerrilla client-buyers with a glut of information at their fingertips and doubts about the value consultants add. Guerrilla Marketing for Consultants is the first book to reveal how guerrilla marketing can transform today's challenges into golden opportunities for winning profitable work from the new breed of consulting clients. Packed with information, this step-by-step guide details the 12 marketing secrets every consultant should know, the anatomy of a marketing plan, Web sites, sources of free publicity, direct-mail marketing, winning proposals, and more.
Jay Conrad Levinson (San Rafael, CA) is the Chairman of the Board of Guerrilla Marketing International and the author or coauthor of more than 30 books, including the bestselling Guerrilla Marketing series. Michael W. McLaughlin (Mill Valley, CA) has been a partner with Deloitte Consulting since 1994.

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JAY CONRAD LEVINSON is Chairman of Guerrilla Marketing International, a consulting firm serving large and small businesses worldwide. He is the creator of the Guerrilla series, the best-selling marketing series ever published. Levinson is a former vice president and creative director at J. Walter Thompson and Leo Burnett Advertising.
MICHAEL W. McLAUGHLIN is a Principal with Deloitte Consulting, and has over twenty years of consulting experience. He has worked with clients in businesses of every size, from small start-ups to some of the world’s highest-profile companies. McLaughlin has sold and delivered more than $300 million in consulting services in his career, and he knows what works in the market and what doesn’t.

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