The biggest problem for most entrepreneurs isn't that they haven't created a great product or service. It's getting their future customers to discover about them and learn about their existence. Master evergreen traffic strategies to fill your website and funnels with dream customers in this book by $100mn entrepreneur Russel Brunson, co-founder of the wildly success software company ClickFunnels.
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.
Denise Lee Yohn shares her exercises, tools and action steps applied with dozens of Fortune 1000 brands that helped transform and create great brands. The book draws on inspiration from greats like Starbucks, Lululemon, what's common about these great brands and how you can apply those principles to your business too
Running a business is all about solving problems, but business leaders often don't know what's their biggest problem. Instead of going in endless circles putting out urgent fires or prioritizing the wrong things, Mike Michalowicz provides a framework for identifying the most important problems based on a business' heirarchy of needs, and prioritizing to fix them first.
A step-by-step, encyclopedic reference manual by Steve Blank and Bob Dorf on how to build and scale a successful startup. Best to read this book in parts and reference it whenever you need help with a particular section.
Ryan Holiday's book explains the concept of growth hacking and the mindset one needs to think of marketing in the modern world. His advice is applicable to businesses of all kinds, but especially if you're trying to reach a consumer base with your ecommerce store.