Marketing for Dummies
from the Dummies series of books 10/13 enhanced by Peter/CXO Wiz4biz
From the Back Cover. “Your complete toolbox for creating dynamic, effective Marketing Campaigns. ”
“What to do. How to do it. In simple everyday language.”
Whether you want to introduce a new product or jump-start your existing product or service, this friendly guide can help. Packed with expert tips, from identifying customers to using online resources – that help you size up your competitors – this updated edition of Marketing For Dummies leads you step by step through the five P’s of marketing –
Product, Pricing, Placement, Promotion, & People.
The Marketing for Dummies has Way Explanations in plain English “Get in, get out” information Icons and other navigational aids, Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists, A dash of humor & fun Discover how to: Prepare hard-hitting Campaigns, stick to your Budget, use Research effectively, increase consumer Awareness Satisfy your clients’ needs & Boost your sales
SUMMARY of the BOOK
Marketing is the most important thing that you do in business today, even if your job title doesn’t have the word Marketing in it. That is because marketing, in all its varied forms, is concerned with things like Attracting customers, & getting them to Buy your product. Making sure that they are happy with their purchases. Persuading them to come back for more. What could be more important? Ever try to run a business without customers?
Marketing includes several specialized fields (aspects)– from Advertising to Public Relations, from Selling to Marketing strategy, from Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to Packaging & product Design. How can you possibly be an expert at even half of these tasks? But at some point, anyone who wears a Marketing hat has to handle problems in these areas and more. Marketing for Dummies shows you how. While this guide delves deep into the classic five P components of marketing – product, price, placement, promotions & people– it reaches beyond the basics of how to design a simple Marketing Plan and gives you insight into: Creating a compelling Internet strategy, Succeeding at Trade Shows, Producing interesting Labeling, Billboards, & PrintAds. Understanding point-of-purchase advertising
Creativity. Sure, Marketing can be a great deal of fun – it is, after all, a rare aspect of business where creativity is not only tolerated, but essential to success. Yet in the long run, marketing is all about the Bottom Line. And Marketing for Dummies has a great many solutions of use to anyone who faces the challenge of finding and satisfying customers.
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