This book provides a step-by-step guide to creating a successful marketing plan: from carrying out a marketing audit, setting objectives and devising budgets to writing, presenting and implementing the plan.
Social media marketing workbook 2019: ultimate power business strategies - a mastery of how to create your personal brand and make money using Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and more
by Robert McDonald; Jason Miller
Call Number: 658.872 MIL
Publication Date: 2019
Building a storybrand: clarify your message so customers will listen
by Donald Miller
Call Number: 2017
Publication Date: 2017
Explains how businesses can better connect with their customers through the use of a simplified brand message.
An accessible and wide-ranging A–Z, providing over 2,100 entries on topics spanning terms for traditional marketing techniques (from strategy, positioning, segmentation, and branding, to all aspects of marketing planning, research, and analysis), as well as leading marketing theories and concepts.
Develop Your Marketing Skills outlines the key concepts and principles which govern the subject of marketing, such as product management, market research, communications, market coverage, creating a marketing plan and pricing perspectives.
Through exploring topics like content marketing, social media, search optimisation and web analytics, Daniel Rowles develops a robust framework for brand planning and measuring the effectiveness of your brand campaigns.
This book simplifies the task of developing a marketing plan for a product or business. Taking a step-by-step approach to the entire process, from carrying out a marketing audit, setting objectives and devising budgets, to writing and presenting the plan and finally, implementation.
This is a guide to increasing online visibility and engagement. Written by top marketing and startup bloggers, the book contains the latest information about customer behavior and preferred digital experiences.
This book details the strategies for sustainable growth with topics like:
* Resource allocation in developed versus developing city markets
* Shifting the focus to city regions instead of central governments