Seven Businesses Share Their Marketing Secrets!
62 Free Ways to Grow Your Business Profits will stimulate hundreds of breakthrough ideas for you to ponder. Quite simply, the program takes a revolutionary approach to marketing that is more powerful than any other marketing force you've ever encountered before! Jay Levinson is like a walking encyclopedia of marketing insight. For example, he'll teach you:
Why it's a fatal mistake to use only one or two marketing tactics at a time. It's critical that you methodically and systematically implement new marketing tactics and weapons to grow your business. 62 Free Ways to Grow Your Business Profits will show you how you can implement one or more new strategies per week by investing as little as 10 minutes to an hour. It's a small investment of your time, but the returns are enormous.
Why marketing doesn't have to be expensive. As the title indicates, 62 Free Ways to Grow Your Business Profits proves to you that the best ways to market your business are also the cheapest. Your knowledge, energy, and imagination are what will make your business insanely profitable, not big spending.
You'll also learn:
The one secret that will help you save time, reach new markets, compete with the giants, customize your market, dazzle customers with your service and caring, and make quantum leaps in efficiency
Why cooperation is vastly more important than competition in today's business environment, and how viewing your competitors as enemies can actually hurt your profits
How to turn complaining customers into your most valuable asset
How to make your advertising make money, and how to avoid the 25 mistakes that cause most advertising to fail
How to create superb television commercials and avoid the 10 pitfalls of bad commercials (Did you know that some cable stations offer spots for as little as $12?)
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I always try two or three books from the same author before I write the author off.
I'm still listening to "The Ultimate Sales Machine".
Too much babbling. He seems like he's getting sidetracked and forgetting things along the way. There's also these annoying swells of music every now and again and I'd really like them to leave those out.
There's no characters, it's a business book.
This isn't a book that gives you methods or ideas, it's a glossary of terms. "Marketing weapon number X?: A marketing calendar. Have everything scheduled out so you know what you're marketing will look like down the road." - That's not a method or a marketing idea, that's an administrative tool, and the book is full of such examples.
- Dustin Baker
Excellent marketing atomic!