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Business & Entrepreneurship: Marketing
Here you will find resources for starting and growing a new business. Browse the resources below or check your Delaware public library shelves in the following areas: 338; 658
Turn intrinsic human desires into your most powerful marketing tool. Marketing in the Participation Age shows you how to rethink marketing. Transform consumers into active participants for your brand by capturing their interest, empowering them to contribute, and developing meaningful relationships that keep them involved. Learn how to create a marketing environment that fulfills your customers' desire to seek challenges and discover new things-and watch their participation yield greater revenues for your business.
Hundreds of books in the market are filled with advice from these experts. But how can you filter out all of the bad advice, misinformation, and misuse of business tools that is out there? None of us needs another list of what we should be doing. "QR Codes Kill Kittens" tells you what not to do. Easy to digest, easy to avoid. The book is separated into several sections, and each will include a story related to the topic in addition to tips and explanations on what not to do.Includes real-life examples along with tips and guidance on experts, human resources, marketing/branding, networking (in person and online), public relations, and customer service.
Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest are changing the way consumers make purchasing decisions . . . and tapping into these online communities has become a necessary part of any integrated sales strategy. Citing enlightening research and real-world examples, this smart, practical guide presents readers with a detailed methodology for growing sales and expanding their customer base using social media.
This series aims to give advice about starting a business to middle or high school aged students, but the skills and advice rendered are transferable to adults. These five volumes cover many aspects of business, from making a plan to marketing your business in the virtual world. The texts are written in a positive and encouraging tone.
Considered the single most important thought leader in the world of management, Peter Drucker had an equally significant influence on the discipline of marketing. Drucker on Marketing is the first comprehensive look at the marketing wisdom of one of modern history's most influential business thinkers.