• The Marketing Review

  • Digital, Social Media, Traditional, & Management Strategy
  • By: Knight Writer
  • Narrated by: Knight Writer
  • Length: 5 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 11-15-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Knight Writer
  • 4.6 (43 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Marketing Review discusses the current state of marketing. What works? What doesn't work? How has it has changed in a society now continuously connected to the Internet, and what fundamentals still hold as true as ever? The Marketing Review looks at 15 of the most respected books on the subject and summarizes them in a way in which you the listener can notice certain patterns and areas of disagreement. Never has a marketing book been written which has provided such a vast and diversified amount of information. By the time you finish this book you will have more knowledge of marketing than most will acquire throughout their entire career.
©2016 Knight Writer (P)2016 Knight Writer
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By Stephen on 11-30-16

Well worth it

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To the point. Many strategies and techniques for increasing your effectiveness as a marketer. Beginner to intermediate level. Each chapter is self-contained so it's good for starting and stopping. I listened to a chapter each day while going to work.

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By Kelly on 11-29-16

Interesting concept

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This book is kind of like a collection of summaries of other books on marketing. The idea being that there are certain commonalities among the majority of marketing books, and you should give more weight to those commonalities. Then there are other things which one author may claim to be true, but then another author will claim to be false. It is definitely a different approach since rarely will you find contrasting viewpoints within the same book, even if multiple strategies exist. I enjoyed it.

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