Perhaps the best book on positioning to come out in recent times, learn from April Dunford on how you can understand your customers and use it to position your product to success. Learn her five components of positioning, how to instantly connect your offering's value proposition to an audience, choosing the best markets for your product, and more.
A series of letters written Gary C. Halbert where he explains the in a blunt and pragmatic tone what advertising and copywriting is all about. This book extends beyond marketing and also talks about life and work ethic.
Donald Miller offers a proven 7-step framework to create a compelling story for your brand, because reagardless of how good your product is, if you don’t know how to present it to the world, it won’t sell. Read this book to learn how to create a more effective marketing message that sells your brand and product.
Seth Goden's book talks about how all marketers tell stories, and good stories are what people believe in. Learn authentic storytelling that helps you form a strong bond with your customers and set your product and company apart from the competition.
You can have the greatest product or service, but if nobody knows about it, you will fail. That was where Allan Dib, who started as an IT geek, came from where he earlier thought that honing his tech skills is a sure way to success. Except, it's not. The book provides a simple framework for small businesses to get started with marketing their product and reaching their audience.
Today's consumers expect nothing less than VIP customer service no matter which product or company they engage with. To keep up with demands, you have to proactively craft your team's culture and values to become customer-focused and service oriented. Jeff Toister outlines a step by step blueprint for organizations to follow if they’re really serious about great customer customer service.