An autobiographical account of the rise of Sam Walton, founder of Walmart and Sam's Club, to the pinnacle of the American retail business by building the Walmart, which went on to be #1 in Fortune 500 and brought more than $100 billion in wealth for his wife and family.
This book is a marketer's take on how influential blogs are in our lives become, and why that's something to worry about. Ryan Holiday outlines the parts of the internet that is broken, and includes detailed stories and confessions of his own on how he gamed the very same system to generate press for his clients.
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.
Read the candid and riveting memoir of Nike founder Phil Knight where he shares the story of the company's early days which he started with borrowing $50 from his father, and its journey to becoming one of the world's most iconic consumer brands doing over $30 billion in annual sales.
In this follow-up book, Don Miller is introducing a five-part sales funnel that helps marketing professions and business owners use the StoryBrand messaging framework more effectively, and to get out of the club of brands that lose money and sales, simply because their customer messaging is not clear about who they are and what value they bring to their customers’ lives.
The New York Times bestselling author and social media expert Gary Vaynerchuk, founder of WineLibrary and Vayner Media, shells out hard-won advice on how to connect with customers and beat the competition in an increasingly noisy word. Read this book if mastering social media marketing is your goal.