Marketing Strategy: Overcome Common Pitfalls and Create Effective Marketing – Jenna Tiffany – Kogan Page – Published 25 May 2021
Tasked with creating marketing strategy? This book is for you. Learn about the most useful tools and models, dodge common mistakes, and optimize your marketing strategy success, with this practical and adaptable framework from award-winning thought-leader Jenna Tiffany.
Create an effective marketing strategy for your business with Marketing Strategy, which offers a clear, easy-to-follow overview of why strategy is important, how to create it, how to implement it, and – crucially – how to measure its success. Packed with global examples and case studies, the book opens by discussing the role strategy plays in any organization’s long-term vision. It also discusses the key models and frameworks that can be used to analyze the marketing environment, and offers information on segmentation, targeting and positioning. Importantly, it will outline some of the key challenges likely to crop up, and gives pre-emptive tools for avoiding them.
If you are launching a new business, product line or marketing strategy, then this book is for you. Marketing Strategy: Overcome Common Pitfalls and Create Effective Marketing is a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know to market your product and business.
The book first outlines the important of strategy and the downfall of many a marketing tactic that fails to consider strategy. The author then outlines 8 important aspects and steps in your marketing strategy, using strategy as an acronym. These 8 key parts of creating a marketing strategy then form the next 8 chapters. These are scenario, target, reach, awareness, tactics, execute, generate and yield.
Marketing Strategy is a practical book and each chapter walks you through the steps you need to take to create your strategy. Each chapter has activities, worked examples and blank templates for you to complete, so that by the end of the book you have a complete strategy and approach to your marketing. Throughout, there are many references to examples from business, interviews with experts and research to support the author’s points.
This book and the strategy applied within is very sales and product based. However, I was looking at it from a service perspective and a library lens, so it was a little harder to apply all the techniques and models suggested, but many of the assessment techniques for creating a vision and marketing approach for our service were helpful in defining out current place and approach for future marketing.
The publishers provided an advanced readers copy of this book for reviewing purposes. All opinions are my own.
Category: Non fiction
Subjects: Marketing, strategy, business, products
Published: 25 May 2021 by Kogan Page
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