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Starbucks and the Perversity of Growth
By Oren Harari
Mar 21, 2008
Growth should be a consequence, not a cause, of sustained competitive success.
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Improving the "Stickiness" of Your Website, Part 2: If They Like A and B, Would They Like "A+B"?
By Alex Gofman
Feb 22, 2008
Alex Gofman explains how finding the right elements for your website can drive better results - and how choosing which possible "right combination" can improve the bottom line even more.
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What's Your Story?: Storytelling to Move Markets, Audiences, People, and Brands
By Ryan Mathews, Watts Wacker
Jan 18, 2008
In this introduction to their book, the authors assert that mythology, the aggregate collection of ancient stories from cultures around the world, can and should play a critical role in helping resolve many of the complexities and crises associated with the world of twenty-first-century business and society.
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Your Company’s Most Important Stakeholders—No Ifs, Ands, or Buts
By Oren Harari
Jan 4, 2008
Customers are always the most important stakeholders. After all, without customers, what's the point of being in business?
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Networking with Style: Tools and Tricks
By Edward G. Muzio
Nov 16, 2007
Regardless of your personal style, networking can be valuable. Ed Muzio shows you how to network keeping your own personal style in mind.
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Firms of Endearment: How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose
By David B. Wolfe, Jagdish N. Sheth, Rajendra S. Sisodia
Nov 9, 2007
Customers are best served by companies that enjoy good relationships with all their stakeholders.
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The Soul of a Corporation: Managing the Identity of Your Company
By Hamid Bouchikhi, John R. Kimberly
Oct 26, 2007
The authors of The Soul of the Corporation explore the internal and external benefits of clear and consistent identities.
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Improve Your Marketing to Grow Your Business
By Hunter Hastings, Jeff Saperstein
Oct 19, 2007
Marketing is on the cusp of a radical transformation as information technology (IT) changes the industry.
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Steps to Develop a Public Sector Marketing Plan and to Ensure that It Is a Compelling One
By Nancy R. Lee, Philip Kotler
Oct 5, 2007
Philip Kotler and Nancy Lee give you a detailed, sequential process to develop your own marketing plan, step by step.
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If We Build It, We Will Come: Unleash the Power of Crowds in Your Business
By Barry Libert, Jon Spector, Don Tapscott
Sep 28, 2007
The opportunities of the power of community are virtually infinite, limited only by desire and imagination.
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Improving the ‘Stickiness’ of Your Website
By Alex Gofman
Sep 21, 2007
Bounce rate increasing? Try multivariate landing page optimization.
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Introduction to Selling Blue Elephants: How to Make Great Products that People Want Before They Even Know They Want Them
By Howard R. Moskowitz, Alex Gofman
Sep 21, 2007
Discover what appeals to the customer, even if the customer can't articulate the need!
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Introduction to Marketing That Works
By Shellye Archambeau, Leonard M. Lodish, Howard L. Morgan
Sep 14, 2007
The excerpt from chapter 1 of "Marketing that Works" explains why you need more than one marketing plan, the impact of the Internet on marketing plans, and marketing challenges in the coming decade.
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Improving Public Sector Performance by Seizing Opportunities to Meet Citizen Needs
By Philip Kotler, Nancy R. Lee
Sep 7, 2007
Use marketing techniques to improve public agency performance.
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What Makes a Firm of Endearment?
By David B. Wolfe, Jagdish N. Sheth, Rajendra S. Sisodia
Aug 17, 2007
Endearing companies tend to be enduring companies. What does it take?
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Pick Me! Pick Me! How to Make Marketing Offers That Stand Out from the Crowd
By Howard R. Moskowitz
Aug 4, 2007
When we buy something (or even when we look at a set of offers from competitors), we tend to make our decisions very quickly. Whether we're looking at mortgage offers from competing lenders or magazines on a shelf, we look at different offers and decide that we like one most of all. How do we come to these decisions? More importantly, how can you as a marketer figure out this "arithmetic of the mind" to create offers that will be chosen above your competitors? Howard Moskowitz tells you about the magic of knowledge development by experimentation, which Rule Developing Experimentation (RDE) provides.
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Using Rule Developing Experimentation (RDE) to Determine Consumer Preferences for Residential Mortgages: A Moskowitz Case Study
By Howard R. Moskowitz
Feb 23, 2007
Howard Moskowitz's case study shows how companies can use rule developing experimentation (RDE) to create effective messaging to consumers.
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Meeting The Triple Bottom Line: How to Make Everyone Happy and Still Make Your Numbers
By Philip Kotler, Nancy R. Lee
Feb 2, 2007
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Marketing Metrics: Understanding Market Share and Related Metrics
By David J. Reibstein, Neil T. Bendle, Paul W. Farris, Phillip E. Pfeifer
May 26, 2006
Probing the dynamics behind market share, this chapter explores measures of awareness, attitude, and usage––major factors in the decision-making process by which customers select one brand over another. It discusses customer satisfaction with products and dealers, the quantification of which is growing in importance among marketing professionals. Finally, it explores metrics measuring the depth of consumer preference and satisfaction, including customers’ willingness to search if a brand is unavailable and their disposition to recommend that brand to others. Increasingly, marketers rely on these as leading indicators of future changes in share.
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Introduction to Marketing Metrics: How They Can Help You Make Better Business Decisions
By David J. Reibstein, Neil T. Bendle, Paul W. Farris, Phillip E. Pfeifer
May 19, 2006
In recent years, data-based marketing has swept through the business world. In its wake, measurable performance and accountability have become the keys to marketing success. However, few managers appreciate the range of metrics by which they can evaluate marketing strategies and dynamics. Fewer still understand the pros, cons, and nuances of each. This chapter introduces market metrics and explains how they can help better understand marketing data and make better business decisions.

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