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ConvertKit for email marketing
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Here is a list of books that I believe every marketer should have on their desk. While these are not current best sellers, many of the lessons taught in each are timeless.
This book is now in it’s sixth edition and it’s no wonder as it’s used in university and colleges to teach the new principles that marketers need to know in an online world driven by social media. It talks about how companies need to become publishers to reach buyers directly using blogs, social media, online video and other tactics. A great read full of lessons every marketer needs to know.
It’s a classic. While this book focuses on services, there are literally hundreds of lessons a marketer can learn to help them sell their services AND products better. The format makes this a quick read and lots of practical tips can be easily applied the next day. To this day, I haven’t seen a better template for writing elevator pitches and positioning statements. Beckwith’s other books are also worth adding to your marketers book shelf.
Differentiate or Die by Jack Trout with Steve Rifkin
The subtitle for this book says it all, “Survival in Our Era of Killer Competition”. What marketer doesn’t need to learn about that to help their company. The second edition has updated case studies that show you how to differentiate your product or services and dominate your market. There are a number of other great books by Trout, like Positioning which is written with Jack Ries, but I wanted to highlight one that fewer people have on their bookshelf already.