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One Hour Marketing - The Entrepreneur's Guide to Simple Effective Marketing - cover

One Hour Marketing - The Entrepreneur's Guide to Simple Effective Marketing

Herman Pool

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

“Communicates very complicated ideas in a very simple manner” (Jay Conrad Levinson, author of Guerrilla Marketing).   Who says marketing has to takes weeks or months—or even hours—to plan and execute? All you need is sixty minutes, an open mind, and One Hour Marketing.   If you’ve been running your business on empty because marketing seemed too confusing, too difficult, or too time-consuming, relax. One Hour Marketing tells you what you need to know to make your marketing work—fast! In a book you can read in one hour, Herman Pool shows you why marketing works, and how you can build a plan in an hour, then execute it without huge time commitments. Read this book and you will:   * learn what steps to take to make your marketing work * discover how to identify your ideal target market to make sales easier * build an actionable marketing plan quickly * understand the essential methods and tools you need to succeed   You’ll even learn the secrets to getting the work done—without having to do the work yourself.
Available since: 10/25/2016.
Print length: 146 pages.

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