501 Killer Marketing Tactics to Increase Sales, Maximize Profits, and Stomp Your Competition: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Paperback)
Bigger, Badder, Better
ATTACK OF THE KILLER MARKETING TACTICS
A few years back, marketing super-guru Tom Feltenstein in 401 Killer Marketing Tactics rewrote the book on high-impact marketing that works. Fast-forward to today and new technologies, more sophisticated consumers/competitors, and a whole new media landscape have changed all the rules. In response, Feltenstein has upped his game, and in 501 Killer Marketing Tactics, he delivers even MORE sure-fire marketing strategies and tactics that let you outwit, outthink, and outsell the other guy.
Based on case studies of clients ranging from small nonprofits to giants like Coca-Cola and McDonald's, this book delivers tips and tricks on a range of hot topics:
- Planning the Battle--and Choosing the Right Tactics
- eMarketing, Digital Media/Social Networking
- Grand Opening/Reopening and Holidays
- Four Walls Marketing
- Direct Mail and Ads, Coupons and Tear-outs, Event Tie-ins, and Gift Certificates
- Marketing Measurement
No matter what your budget is, you can still wage cutting-edge marketing and promotional campaigns that get the word out about your business, cement the loyalty of your existing customers--and win more new customers than you can handle.
About the Author
About the Author Tom Feltenstein is the CEO and founder of Power Marketing Academy, a leading consulting firm that consults and educates businesses in the industries of retail, hospitality, and service. PMA conducts clinics, seminars, strategy sessions, trainings and speaking events. A visionary counselor to Fortune 500 companies and franchise organizations, he speaks and holds seminars to over 60 companies a year all over the world. Prior to his 25 year trajectory as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, he began his career with McDonald's Corporation. He later served as senior vice-president for Bozell, an international multi-billion dollar advertising agency. Author website: http: //www.tomfeltenstein.com/