Marketing today is out of control. With all the new marketing techniques accessible to the masses, itas becoming harder and harder to stand out from the crowd. The result is more and more messages, hitting us more often in new and more intrusive ways. For customers, itas a lot of noise. Through her work with a wide range of organizations from small companies to professional service providers to Fortune 500 companies, Linda Popky has developed Dynamic Market LeverageTM, an approach to help cut through the clutter, stand out, and effectively build business. The book introduces the Dynamic Market Leverage Model, which measures marketing clout by looking at eight core marketing disciplines and five additional Leverage Factors that can help an organization focus on key aspects of their marketing function that will provide the most significant return on their marketing investment. Most organizations donat have the luxury of being able to start from a clean slate to develop new marketing strategies. They have existing customers, existing channels and relationships, existing ways of doing business. With limited resources, theyare not able to integrate every new tactic as it appears and theyare not sure how to prioritize all of these options. Whatas needed is a timeless frameworkaa way of looking at marketing as tied to both business growth and the building and nurturing of ongoing customer engagement. Itas time to move the focus from social media and evangelists, sales and marketing alignment, and the latest hot cloud-based marketing tools, to what really counts: convincing customers to trust you with their businessanot just once, but time and time again.And Amazon is reportedly considering building a fleet ofdrones soitcan offer an unmanned delivery option. ... If the prediction is wrong andyou really dona#39;t want an item, instead of incurringthe cost tohave you send it back, theya#39;ll letyou keepit. ... Users earn points by interacting withthe team and its sponsors. ... Craig Davison, former senior director of marketing at Microsoft, had been heading up marketing for thecompanya#39;s Xbox games in 2007 when hemoved to the Xbox Live group.
|Title||:||Marketing Above the Noise|
|Author||:||Linda J. Popky|
|Publisher||:||Bibliomotion, Inc. - 2015-03-24|