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Dozens of sample marketing plans, along with some good hints and outlines.
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Marketing Plan eBooks
Marketing Plans by Malcolm McDonald; Hugh Wilson
Publication Date: 2016-09-26
A fully revised and updated 8th edition of the highly renowned international bestseller The 8th edition of this highly acclaimed bestseller is thoroughly revised with every chapter having been updated with special attention to the latest developments in marketing. Marketing Plans is designed as a tool and a user-friendly learning resource. Every point illustrated by powerful practical examples and made actionable through simple, step-by-step templates and exercises. The book is established as essential reading for all serious professional marketers and students of marketing, from undergraduate and postgraduate to professional courses for bodies such as CIM. Above all it provides a practical, hands-on guide to implementing every single concept included in the text. New chapters and content include: A 'Does it Work' feature throughout demonstrating examples of real successes using the processes in the book More substantial coverage of consumer behaviour to balance the book's focus with B2B planning Digital techniques and practices brought fully up to date Also includes a comprehensive online Tutors' Guide and Market2Win Simulator for those who teach marketing strategy
Marketing Plan Templates for Enhancing Profits by Elizabeth Rush Kruger
Publication Date: 2015-11-10
This workbook coaches business leaders to magnify the profits of a business. They learn a unique scientific system for predicting and achieving results. Their systematic decisions will spark the profits of any business. This system comprises all strategic decisions in the marketing plan for a business. The first part uses the SWOT Analysis to assess its strengths and weaknesses and identify possible opportunities and threats. The SWOT Analysis clarifies the mission, target market, specialty, and suppliers of the business. The questions at the end of these four chapters guide business leaders to focus on quality, describe key customers, compete on strength, and delegate weaknesses. The next part positions the business relative to its competitors with marketing mix decisions. Business leaders specify its products and services, and how to distribute, promote, and price them. These four chapters close with questions that lead the business to offer treasures, deliver delight, trumpet empathy, and price as valued. The final part motivates them to implement their decisions. The closing questions motivate business leaders to target key prospects, reward the best, concentrate resources, and jump into action. These twelve decisions transform a marketing plan and build the business. Her unique scientific system coaches business leaders to use the 80/20 rule to magnify their profits.
The Marketing Plan Handbook by Robert W. Bly
Publication Date: 2015-08-11
Deliver Big-Picture Marketing Plans for Pennies on the Dollar Successful marketing expert and copywriter Robert W. Bly cuts through the clutter of short-lived marketing techniques and trendy gimmicks to reveal the critical steps you need to cross over from business owner to marketplace competitor. Dishing bite-sized lessons, supported by in-chapter exercises and end-of-chapter actions, Bly coaches you in creating an effective marketing plan that produces the results of an expensive marketing consultant without the hefty cost. Learn how to: Develop a clear business vision Position your business and services strategically Research your market and target your ideal client Integrate online and offline marketing Put measurements in place to assess marketing tactics Create an effective implementation schedule Review and troubleshoot for future success and growth Whether embarking on a new venture or reviving your current business plan, this practical handbook provides the next steps toward business success and survival.
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