Summary of MicroMarketing
Get Big Results by Thinking and Acting Small
If the emergence of social media is rendering your marketing skills obsolete, grab this book!
Not too long ago, those with the biggest advertising budget wielded the most influence and won the market. Today, the Internet, social media and mobile platforms have usurped the power of mainstream media. Those who use these vehicles most effectively have the clout. Greg Verdino lays out the best way to market in the evolving social, mobile landscape via a combination of small, targeted and interactive activities that garner notice and nurture relationships. Verdino outlines seven micromarketing principles and supports them with rich, topical case studies. His final chapter includes a questionnaire to help you apply his tactics to your business. getAbstract recommends starting your new advertising resource library with this relevant, applicable text.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why mass marketing no longer is effective
- How mass marketing shifted to micromarketing
- How to apply micromarketing techniques
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5 years agoThis abstract was interesting to read, even if I am already experienced in using social media and micro marketing. The book gives clear explanation on why micromarketing is better idea than mass marketing. I agree that mass marketing is loosing its appeal, because people can easily ignore those messages. But on the other hand problem with micromarketing is that not everyone of us are able to produce interesting content for people ro receive. And all of the people are using social media, so they are out of that context. But maybe you should read this abstract and decide for yourself what works best for your company. Just don't take anything granted...
5 years agoThank you for your post, which animated me to read this summary. Indeed, marketing deparment need to re-invent themselves and venture into these types of activities. Very inspiring.
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