Author positioning through book publishing is today's most effective business strategy to reach highly targeted groups of people by delivering to them specific information relevant to their interests, needs and lifestyles. As an author, you gain immediate credibility, respect and expert positioning. You establish yourself as the leader in your field in front of an entirely new market of raving fans. Being an expert in your niche also opens many new opportunities to get your name out there. These include being a guest on television, radio interviews, webinars, teleseminars and more. This added exposure leads to even more clients and places your message into the hands of even more people, ones looking for your product or service. It's time to stop chasing clients and paying for ads and marketing. Get the "new business card" by writing and publishing your book and prepare to see what it's like to be schmoozed and hunted down as a resource with them now chasing you. By following the simple instructions in this book, you will have all that you need to make this year your best year yet and to soar above the competition. It's time for you to dominate your market!
I am an independent mobile app entrepreneur just like you, and I wrote this book to teach you all my strategies for how to: - Get 100,000s of downloads from mobile app store marketing - Save money by doing your own ASO (search engine optimization SEO for Android and the Apple App stores) better than most consultants you might consider hiring - Create an app marketing strategy outside the app stores by getting press coverage and learning how to promote an app using social media and social sharing - Make money with effective app store monetization to help you maximize your app revenue with subscriptions, in-app purchases, publishing effective ads, selling affiliate products and other strategies used by successful mobile app businesses - Create a successful mobile app business I wrote this book with all my heart and soul. The book draws on my own years of experience building top apps in my niche, promoting apps, making money with my apps, and then coaching other app entrepreneurs on how they can make turn their mobile apps into successful businesses. So you, my dear reader, are hopefully getting the best of all worlds. First, I have very deep hands on experience building and growing apps. Second, I have a wealth of experience coaching and observing other app entrepreneurs whose experiences and aspirations are probably very similar to yours. I share all that in this book. This is a very to the point book with many actionable tips and strategies for how to promote your mobile app (iPhone or Android), make money from your smartphone applications, and generally treat it as a real business. All suggestions in this book are based on my own experiences promoting my own problemio.com business apps which at the point of publication of this book have cumulative 500,000+ downloads, and helping over 100 other app entrepreneurs. I am an independent mobile application developer and mobile application entrepreneur just like you. I am not a multi-million dollar app development studio or a big company. If you are an independent app developer just like me, you can use the mobile application marketing strategies that I outline in this short book. Many of the strategies are simple and effective, and you can begin working on them as early as today. There are a total of over 20 strategies to promote your apps in the book. They all worked for my apps. Since all apps are different, you will have to see which of the strategies will work well for you. Most of the strategies should be effective for you. Get the book now, and become a pro at app store marketing (app store SEO which is otherwise known as ASO), and start increasing the downloads for your app as early as today!
A cultural history of the first truly modern art market, "Marketing Art in the British Isles, 1700 to the Present" furthers the burgeoning exploration of Britain's struggle to carve a niche for itself on the international art scene. Bringing together scholars from the UK, US, Europe, and Asia, this collection sheds new light on such crucial notions as the internationalization of the art market; the emergence of an increasingly complex exhibition culture; issues of national rivalry and emulation; artists' individual and collective strategies for their own promotion and survival; the persistent anti-commercialism of an elite group of art lovers and critics and accusations of philistinism leveled at the middle classes; as well as an unquestionable native British genius at reconciling jarring discourses. In this title, essays explore the unresolved tension between artistic aspirations and commercial interest - a tension that has come to shape Britain's national artistic tradition - from the perspectives of artists, dealers and (super-)collectors, and the upwardly mobile middle classes whose consumerism gave rise to the British art market as it is known today. Specific case studies include Whistler, Roger Fry, Damien Hirst, and Charles Saatchi; essays consider art markets from London and Manchester to Paris and Flanders.
Earn Money Online Mastering Niches Do not believe those stories of people who, from night to day, become millionaires thanks to effortless online businesses. Although, sporadically, a combination of luck and talent could be that this case becomes a reality, on most occasions these stories are mere exaggerations of the reality perfectly wrapped in an attractive sales letter with the single intention of selling a product. The reality is that any business, including an online business requires time, patience, effort, and economic investment. By now, you should choose between becoming an online millionaire (something that rarely occurs) to infiltrate a mass market and with all security lost plenty of time and money in exchange a few cents; or focusing your efforts on a market niche that will not make you a millionaire but will guarantee you the opportunity of earning a more than decent salary without having to compete with the large companies specialized in mass markets. A niche market is not other thing but a small group of clients that search for a specific product or service that no one, or basically no one, is able to offer. Identifying that need in the market and exploiting it will guarantee you safe clients with a minimum effort. The best is that you will not have to use tricks to attract clients because those clients are already looking for a product that you will offer and, therefore, clients will come to you. You neither need the brain of a scientist or an inventor to develop innovative products, you simply need to give a new focus or twist to an existent product or trend. Identifying market niches is an art that requires an elevated degree of analysis and certain practice to know your future clients and possible competitors. That will require time but, in the long term, you will feel rewarded. Once you identify and establish your first niche, it will be relatively easy to identify others and earn more money. Convince yourself: focusing your efforts on a niche is the fastest and safest way to establish an online business; guaranteeing a constant flow of cash and avoiding a considerable number of deceptions. In "How to Find a Niche Market... And Make Money," you will find a number of guidelines, tips and ideas that will help you to open your mind to the niche that surround you; teaching you how to analyze your competitors; how to attract online traffic; how to receive the visits of the search engines; and how to know the needs of your future clients to offer an unique and tailor-made product that will convert you into an expert in market niches.
Scholars and practitioners around the globe have identified the capability of MNCs to create and efficiently transfer and combine knowledge from different locations worldwide as an increasingly important determinant of competitive advantage, corporate success and survival. Traditional marketing approaches have overly focused on explicit knowledge and neglected the important role of tacit knowledge, specifically in international, cross-cultural settings. This book draws on real-life examples of knowledge-based firms - Hewlett-Packard Consulting & Integration, Schindler, Siemens, Toyota, Mazda, and Maekawa - to reveal that knowledge-based marketing is key to obtaining a sustainable competitive advantage.
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