The Content Code

Six Essential Strategies for Igniting Your Content, Your Marketing, and Your Business

Author: Mark W. Schaefer

Publisher: Mark W.\Schaefer

ISBN:

Category: Internet marketing

Page: 258

View: 208

"Exploring the six factors that will help you break through the overwhelming wall of information density to win at marketing now ... beyond content, beyond social media, beyond web traffic and Search Engine Optimization. The Content Code starts where your current marketing plan ends, and provides the launch code for next-level success. The book dives deeply into the true value of social media marketing and the steps companies need to enable to achieve measurable results. A pioneering book that explores the psychology of sharing, it is also highly practical, offering hundreds of ideas that can be used by organizations of any size and any budget. Book highlights include in-depth explorations on the connection between brand and content transmission, a focus on audiences that will move content, practical steps to build shareability into all your content, and the new role of promotion, distribution and SEO in a very competitive, digital world"--Publisher's description.

Video Marketing for Libraries

A Practical Guide for Librarians

Author: Heather A. Dalal

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 194

View: 842

Today’s libraries need to market their resources and services more than ever. Libraries can strengthen their relationships with their users and gain new audiences by creating their own promotional videos. However, creating marketing videos can be intimidating for beginners and challenging for even seasoned pros. Video Marketing for Libraries provides step-by-step instructions on how to produce videos designed to market your library and strategies to assess their impact. You too can increase awareness of your library’s resources & services by producing your own videos. This book will guide you through: ·gaining internal support ·crafting a clear message ·building the library’s audience ·writing storyboards and scripts ·casting and rehearsing actors ·filming and recording voiceover, editing, publishing, promoting ·using online tools & animation software ·and assessing impact

THE IMPACT OF THE DIGITAL WORLD ON MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING

Author: Grzegorz Mazurek

Publisher: Poltext

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 388

View: 191

The book aims to give an insight into the multifacetedness of changes the Internet – referred to here as the digital world – triggers in both theory and practice of marketing and management. The book has been divided into 5 subject areas, i.e. management, strategy, communications, brand, and consumer, all of which act as the main themes of subsequent chapters.

The CMO's Periodic Table

A Renegade's Guide to Marketing

Author: Drew Neisser

Publisher: New Riders

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 537

Imagine how much you would learn if you could converse with 64 of the brightest minds in marketing. Now imagine if those conversations were focused on all the essential elements that go into being a top-notch chief marketing officer and organized into seven logical, intuitive categories. Now you can stop imagining, and start reading The CMO’s Periodic Table, an essential resource for the modern marketer. Over the last five years, thanks in large part to his friends at The CMO Club, author Drew Neisser has interviewed over 100 marketing leaders at prominent companies such as American Express, Audi, Belkin, Black Duck Software, Converse, College Humor, D&B, Dow, and many more. These interviews, 64 of which are highlighted in this book, reflect the fundamental diversity of challenges and subsequent solution sets deployed by each. Though these interviews don’t yield a magic formula, they offer something a bit more profound and definitely more fundamental—a compendium of elements that every marketer has or will need to examine in the very near future. Organized into a CMO-worthy periodic table modeled on the classic organization of the chemical elements, the chapters progress from basic challenges like research and strategy, to internal issues like culture change and managing up, to advanced, highly volatile subjects like risk-taking and changing agencies.

Encouraging Participative Consumerism Through Evolutionary Digital Marketing: Emerging Research and Opportunities

Emerging Research and Opportunities

Author: Kaufmann, Hans Ruediger

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 222

View: 158

Technology has changed the buying and selling industry. Research of various consumer patterns can result in an increase of profits of organizations and corporations. Encouraging Participative Consumerism Through Evolutionary Digital Marketing: Emerging Research and Opportunities is an authoritative reference source featuring the latest scholarly research on best practices of building relationships with online communities to engage consumers. Including various topics and perspectives such as consumer behavior, social media, and search engine optimization (SEO) this publication is ideally designed for professionals, researchers, and students seeking current research on the application of novel technologies in marketing.

The Momentum Effect

How to Ignite Exceptional Growth

Author: Jean-Claude Larréché

Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 324

View: 977

Delivering consistent, profitable growth is the #1 non-negotiable imperative facing today's business leaders. Many firms struggle to meet it. Only a rare few consistently achieve it. How do they do it? The answer lies in a tremendously potent but little-understood force: momentum. Momentum feeds on itself: if nurtured properly, it accumulates even more power from its own success, creating new value with unparalleled efficiency. In The Momentum Effect, INSEAD's Jean-Claude Larreche reveals exactly how to build and preserve business momentum, and use it to deliver growth that gets you noticed, year after year after year. Larreche begins by demonstrating the powerful, hidden role of momentum in value creation and why it's more important than innovation, marketing excellence, or even customer focus. Next, one at a time he introduces eight tightly linked "building blocks" of momentum strategy. You'll learn through dozens of case studies: surprising new insights into familiar companies like IBM and Toyota, as well as remarkable, under-recognized leaders like Rentokil and First Direct. Last but not least, Larreche demonstrates how to build the unique leadership competencies needed to implement and sustain a winning momentum strategy: not just for years, but for decades.

Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions

A Tactical Playbook for Managers and Executives

Author: Keith Rosen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 352

View: 591

Sales training doesn’t develop sales champions. Managers do. The secret to developing a team of high performers isn’t more training but better coaching. When managers effectively coach their people around best practices, core competencies and the inner game of coaching that develops the champion attitude, it makes your training stick. With Keith Rosen’s coaching methodology and proven L.E.A.D.S. Coaching FrameworkTM used by the world’s top organizations, you’ll get your sales and management teams to perform better - fast. Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions is your playbook to creating a thriving coaching culture and building a team of top producers. This book is packed with case studies, a 30 Day Turnaround Strategy for underperformers, a library of coaching templates and scripts, as well as hundreds of powerful coaching questions you can use immediately to coach anyone in any situation. You will learn how to confidently facilitate powerful, engaging coaching conversations so that your team can resolve their own problems and take ownership of the solution. You’ll also discover how to leverage the true power of observation and deliver feedback that results in positive behavioral changes, so that you can successfully motivate and develop your team and each individual to reach business objectives faster. Winner of Five International Best Book Awards, Coaching Salespeople Into Sales Champions is your tactical, step-by-step playbook for any people manager looking to: Boost sales, productivity and personal accountability, while reducing your workload Conduct customer/pipeline reviews that improve forecast accuracy, customer retention and uncover new selling opportunities Achieve a long term ROI from coaching by ensuring it’s woven into your daily rhythm of business Design, launch and sustain a successful internal coaching program Turn-around underperformers in 30 days or less Build deeper trust and handle difficult conversations by creating alignment around each person’s goals and your objectives Coach and retain your top performers Collaborate more powerfully and communicate like a world-class leader Training develops salespeople. Coaching develops sales champions. Your new competitive edge.

The Blockbuster Toy!

How to Invent the Next Big Thing

Author: Gene Del Vecchio

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 269

View: 460

Outlines the essence of a blockbuster toy and the various recent approaches used by Crayola, Disney, and other companies in choosing their products.