It was written for business people – for people who use the Internet and realise it’s potential, but who are spending so much time trying to get their business off the ground, that they are not sure how to promote it on line. And don’t have too much time to find out either! People who want the salient information of how to use the Internet to promote their business right now – at their finger tips. This book is divided up into 52 bite-sized chunks covering all the aspects of Internet promotion that you will need to know for the foreseeable future, so don’t worry about having to buy more books! There cannot be a book two like this with another 52 modules – ever and that’s a promise, despite the fact that the Internet is still evolving quickly.
Bite Sized Book Marketing for Authors Simple Steps to Sales
Bite-Sized Book Marketing for Authors Simple Steps to SalesDo you want to get your books in the hand of more readers?If you want to build your author career and sell more books, this book can help!Learning how to market your book can be overwhelming and confusing, so having a plan is a must. One of the roadblocks many authors face is lack of time, and if you have the same challenges, you're in the right place. Bite-Sized Book Marketing for Authors offers a variety of marketing options that you can complete in minutes a day, making them simple and manageable.You will learn: -How to create your author platform-Building a website-Blogging-Social media-Reviews-List building-Article marketing-Speaking-And more!Marketing your books doesn't have to be complicated. This book will show you how to set up a plan to market your books simply and easily so you can spend your time writing more books.
Good marketing really can transform a business but here's how to get to the nuts and bolts of what is right for your business. This book supports anyone who is responsible for the survival and success of businesses by simplifying the marketing process. It delivers actionable steps on more than 60 topics which form the core of marketing - understanding customer needs in order to satisfy them profitably. It uniquely covers associated vital issues such as working with designers, buying resources, negotiation skills, etcetera. Above all you have quick access to evergreen wisdom and uncomplicated, practical, information that will help move you forward. It is written by an expert - the author is an experienced business professional and a practising marketing professional, an accustomed teacher who knows how to write what a reader needs and a practising business adviser who has first-hand experience of the most common pitfalls and errors.
What we seek to achieve in this book is to unpack as many touchpoints that are relevant in this digital marketing age in a concise, bit-sized manner so that you can benefit from our hours of grinding through the marketing furnace in the shortest possible time. Where we possibly differ from the conventional content is the forward looking perspective that you will need to adopt as a marketer if you want to excel in your craft - both from a strategic as well as the granular level. Do remember that these are bite-sized pieces, zooming in essentials... not a MBA thesis. -- CONTENTS include -- - Bringing it down to the granular level - Data | Funnels | Personas | - Dialling it up to the hard(er) side - Pricing | Digital Marketing | Digital Public Relations | - Swiping it across to the soft(er) side -Selling | Branding | Content Strategy / Copywriting
The Professional s Guide to Financial Services Marketing
The Professional's Guide to Financial Services Marketing is directed to any financial services professional–from individual representatives to executives of large financial services companies–who is looking for better ways to create the relevant marketplace differentiation and competitive advantage needed to increase productivity and profitability. The purpose of this book is not to provide a how-to manual, but rather to offer practical information, examples, and thought-provoking tips that provide ideas and insights that will enable financial services professionals to improve their own marketing approaches and achieve ambitious marketing goals. With examples drawn from basic marketing approaches and successful consumer marketing, this book provides a fresh perspective on a variety of marketing issues that can make a significant difference to corporate success.
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This practical toolkit will be your guide towards career success and fulfilment as you make your way in the information sector. Each chapter captures the expert advice of rising stars in the profession and across sectors, interweaving case studies that illustrate how to thrive in the information sector, take control of your professional development and get to grips with every area of information work. A companion website provides further information, resources and links. Comprehensive coverage includes: • adapting to your new environment and assessing and developing your skills • getting involved in professional networks and promoting yourself • project planning and management • meeting your users needs and measuring success • using online and social media tools • marketing your service • developing technical skills • information ethics and IP • working with stakeholders • how to generate funding for your service • writing and speaking, conferences and professional organisations • further qualifications, mentoring and moving on. Readership: This is the ultimate resource for all new professionals across the information disciplines, and internationally, whether in archives, academic, public or special libraries. It’s also an ideal introduction to information work for LIS students who want to be prepared for the world of work.
Get up to speed quickly on using social media to promote your library. This basic guide will get you ready to set up your account and explore such tools as Facebook, wikis, YouTube, Pinterest Google+, Foursquare, blogging platforms, QR codes, and Twitter. After an introductory survey of the tools, chapters cover maintaining accounts, coordinating with colleagues, planning for sustainablility, best practices, evaluation with built-in analytics, and references for additional information.