Learn the secrets of direct-response marketing with the man who created the George Foreman Grill campaign.
In today's highly competitive global marketplace, businesses have to do more than just advertise their products. By taking advantage of the accountable advertising model that direct response has to offer, you can improve your bottom line, build brands, and develop lasting relationships with legions of satisfied customers.
In Buy Now, Rick Cesari reveals 25 years' worth of insights and methods, enabling you to make the most of direct response marketing in your business toolkit. Whether you're a business owner, executive, inventor, or marketer, Buy Now gives you the secrets behind the successful campaigns that catapulted products into millions of homes.
Find out how to use direct response to create a "self-funding" marketing campaign.
Learn the techniques to building offers that will get people to respond to your products.
Use "high-touch" direct response marketing to build brand equity and drive sales at retail.
Find out why large companies like Johnson & Johnson and Valvoline are using these concepts for their consumer brands.
Cesari has put more companies on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies than anyone else. Buy Now to launch your products and campaigns to new heights - and connect with customers as never before - with Cesari's market-leading insights.
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Great place to learn the basics of marketing
some good bits, but mostly just an advertisement
More useful information and how-to's, less talking about how amazing your firm is. the book served essentially as a long-form advertisement discussing their firm's incredible bredth and depth of experience, and had an implicit (so you should hire us to take care of this for you) after almost every paragraph. There were certainly some useful pieces of information, though, so it gets 3 stars in my book.
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