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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Archive for the 'Internet Marketing Books' Category

Five Marketing Books to Boost Your Performance

Impact contributor Liz Moorehead has published an article highlighting five marketing books published in 2019. In her article Liz has talked about the following books: They Ask, You Answer (2nd Edition) by Marcus SheridanConversational Marketing by David Cancel and Dave GerhardtThe End of Marketing by Carlos GilMarketing Rebellion by Mark W. SchaeferThink Do Say by Ron Tite. Liz says, “At first, I wasn’t sure I was the right person to write this article.  This is mostly due to the fact that my nightstand is currently stacked with multiple piles of “I am totally... [...]

‘9 Must-Read Marketing Ebooks for Every Startup Founder’ – ‘Entrepreneur’ Blog

Sujan Patel says, “If you want to build a sustainable, successful business, you have to put the right amount of time and money into implementing marketing strategies that can help you get the word out about your business and products. Unfortunately, when you’re a new business owner and busy wearing a lot of different hats and spinning a lot of plates at once, that’s often easier said than done. For many new and aspiring entrepreneurs, it’s not always easy to know what to focus on or where to start when it comes to marketing. In my experience, I’ve found that the best thing you can... [...]

Copyblogger Releases ‘Internet Marketing for Smart People: Classic Edition’ eBook

Copyblogger has released the ‘Internet Marketing for Smart People: Classic Edition’ eBook. Copyblogger team says, “This — now in ebook form — is the original (and still free) 20-part course that Sonia Simone wrote years ago, delivering the techniques and strategies you need to know to become a much smarter marketer online. You’ll get lots of pointers to archived Copyblogger content, but with a new frame that will help you “connect the dots” and start putting this invaluable advice to work in your own business. You don’t have to be a genius to master Internet... [...]