Marketing Mess to Brand Success
30 Challenges to Transform Your Organization's Brand (and Your Own) (Brand Marketing)
Scott Jeffrey Miller
Marketing Manager’s Guide to Successful Brand Marketing
“Scott Miller offers tangible insights and practical steps to make sure your product finds the right customer...” ―Donald Miller, author of Marketing Made Simple, and Building a StoryBrand.
#1 New Release in Auctions & Small Business
In Scott Miller’s newest Mess to Success guide, the FranklinCovey senior advisor and Wall Street Journal bestselling author reveals 30 career obstacles that you may encounter in your brand marketing, and how to transform them into company wide gains.
Every success story begins with a journey. Featuring thirty chapters with lessons such as “A Name is Not a Lead” and “Hire People Smarter Than You,” Marketing Mess to Brand Success shares a career worth of valuable lessons learned. Fast-track your career and success with the mentality of bruising hard, but healing fast. Whether you’re starting a new company, you are a brand manager figuring out the best direct marketing strategy or brand positioning for a niche market, or trying to land your first job as a marketing manager, this book is designed to prepare you for many of the inevitable challenges that you will encounter.
Avoid marketing messes and square up to successes. Each chapter inside Marketing Mess to Brand Success features real life lessons that teaches you the importance of brand marketing in business development. By being focused and aligned with the right areas of an organization, you will ensure career relevance and company-wide gains.
Learn how to:
- Navigate a nebulous digital marketing environment
- Maximize time and investments with sales marketing strategies
- Build and model consistent brand standards
- Become an expert in brand marketing and take your company to the next level
If you enjoyed Management Mess to Leadership Success, or brand marketing books like This Is Marketing, Marketing Made Simple, or Building a StoryBrand, then you need to add Marketing Mess to Brand Success to your business bookshelf.