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Sport Marketing:Managing the Exchange Process Â presents cutting edge conceptual and empirical approaches for managers to manage relationships with consumers. The central theme of the book is the sport marketing exchange, because this process is fundamental to marketing and can be used to highlight the challenges and opportunities faced by the sport marketer. The authors challenge students, researchers, and managers in sport marketing to embrace current marketing tools that are being employed by marketers in other industry sectors. Several recent marketing techniques are discussed and illustrated within the sport context. Â
Small Business Marketing In A Week
Marketing your small business just got easier
It's been said that the most important area for any business to focus on is its marketing. Of course, there are areas like finance, customer service, and the product or service itself which are key, but without good marketing approaches, there's no revenue for your account systems to do their job,
there's no customer to serve and the product or service becomes redundant.
Most business owners are experts in what they do and so they should be. What they also have to be good at is marketing what they do. And if you feel there's more you could be doing on the marketing front, then this book will give you those ideas. As a small business owner you get involved in all aspects of your business and marketing is such a large field, you can't be expected to learn everything you need in one day. So to break down this behemoth of a topic, we'll approach it a bite at a time.
You have in your hands a tool that will guide you through what's needed day by day over the period of a week. That way you're not trying to eat the elephant all at once. The unpredictable nature of marketing your business will start to disappear, as you move through the necessary steps needed
to make your marketing efforts more effective than ever before. Some of the ideas you may already be implementing, while others may well be new to you. Either way, putting them together into a proven system will enable you and your business to thrive, regardless of the economic climate you find yourself in.
You're about to learn, in a week, how you can have a marketing system that enables you to attract, win and keep more customers and, as a result, build your sales and your profitability.
- Sunday: Preparing the ground
- Monday: Attracting the right type of customers
- Tuesday: Keeping your customers longer
- Wednesday: Increasing customer loyalty and purchasing frequency
- Thursday: Increasing the value of your sales
- Friday: Getting new clients and better clients, faster
- Saturday: Measuring and managing your marketing activities
About the Author
John Sealey has run his own small business for over 13 years, providing marketing services to a wide variety of SMEs. He is an acknowledged expert in local internet and mobile marketing.
Seo And Search Marketing In A Week
Your fast track to successful SEO and search marketing
Learn in a week, what the experts learn about SEO and search marketing in a lifetime. Written by Nick Smith, a digital marketing expert, SEO and Search Marketing In A Week quickly teaches you what you really need to know to increase your online presence.
SEO and search marketing just got easier
Welcome to this guide to the sometimes baffling world of search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM). This book will give you a solid grasp of the fundamentals so you can get your website content found by the search engines and run paid advertising campaigns, driving visitors to your web pages and ultimately generating revenue. You'll be able to do all this in just seven days, with each chapter taking just one or two hours to read.
Contrary to popular belief, SEO and SEM are not too complex for 'mere mortals' to understand and you don't need to spend a fortune on hiring an SEO/SEM expert. This book strips away as much of the mystique from SEO and SEM as possible, so that you have enough knowledge of all the basics and the terminology to be able to understand the 'techiest' of traffic geeks and even have a conversation with them. We'll uncover the meaning of the jargon and acronyms you need to know, such as pay-per-click advertising (PPC), backlinking, social signals and algorithms.
The challenge for you is to read a chapter each day, get a grasp of the material, take the mini-test at the end to help get it all straight in your mind and then take action on what you've learned. You may have to revisit the material a day or two later, but by the end of the week you'll have a good overview of the subject and know enough to know what you're not clear on, so that you can go back over the information in the book and fill in the gaps if you need to.
What this book will do for you is teach you how to structure your website to deliver what the search engines are looking for and thus promote it to the world. The web is an ever-evolving thing that changes alarmingly fast but, if you follow the guidelines and principles in this book, you'll never be left with less traffic coming to your site. You can only gain from any changes in the future.
- Sunday: An introduction to search engines and SEO
- Monday: Keyword research
- Tuesday: On-page optimization
- Wednesday: Off-page optimization
- Thursday: Getting other traffic sources to your website
- Friday: Pay-per-click traffic: making it work for you
- Saturday: Monitoring and managing your progress
About the Author
Nick Smith is Managing Director of Closeup Media. He is an expert in online marketing, who has helped hundreds of large and small companies achieve their goals.
Managing Intermediate Size Cities
I am both pleased and honored to introduce this book to readers, and I want to take a few moments to explain why. Michael Romanos and Christopher Auffrey have produced a volume which will be of immense value to several different types of people. Planners and other specialists concerned with the development of the Southeast Asian region and the issues and opportunities associated with urban growth and sustainable development will find much to interest them in this book. But the book, I believe, has much wider appeal, and that is what I want to touch on briefly here. The University of Cincinnati, where Michael, Chris, and I work, is attempting to globalize itself - to develop its institutional capacity for international activities, to infuse its curriculum with international themes, and to promote and increase global competence among its graduates. Many American universities are doing this, of course. In the process, we are seeing some very interesting experiments in pedagogy, as faculty look for "learning moments" in new and sometimes exotic places.
Michael, Chris, and their colleagues have, it seems to me, developed an outstanding model for learning across national and cultural boundaries. In the chapters which follow, you will read the results of their work. What will be less apparent, however, is the process by which that work was produced.
Market Dominance And Antitrust Policy
Market dominance - encompassing single-firm dominance, overt and tacit collusion, mergers and vertical restraints - raises many complex analytical and policy issues, all of which continue to be the subject of theoretical research and policy reform. This second edition of this text extends the arguments and combines an analysis of the issues with a discussion of actual policy and case studies. It addresses the fundamental changes in anti-trust law, especially in the UK and the EU, and reviews some high profile and controversial cases such as the Boeing-McDonnell Douglas merger and the Microsoft monopoly. The author moves on to deal with several unresolved questions including the conflicts between trade and anti-trust policy, the foreign take-over of domestic assets and extra-territorial claims made by certain countries.
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