I’m always on the lookout for the best marketing books. I recently finished re-reading "The Ultimate Marketing Toolkit" by Paula Peters.
As a small business owner myself, I’ve gotten a lot of useful tips from this book, from do-it-yourself marketing, step-by-step instructions for creating your business cards, a professional bio, letters, brochures, press releases, ads, web site content to newsletters.
If you’re running a small business, this book is a great marketing 101 primer. It shows you how to create professional-looking promotional pieces without spending lots of money. It also contains helpful guidelines for coming up with a 30-second sound bite, and writing an effective tag line (that actually says something useful…).
However, if you’re looking for a book to help you develop a longer-term marketing strategy, this is probably not it. It’s focused primarily on the tactical how-to to help you effectively execute marketing materials yourself. It does include a good section on what types of marketing or materials you should not attempt to do yourself (ie, when to hire a professional).
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