Stephen C Campbell MBA, MSc, MCIM, Master NLP Practitioner has recently published at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0018RKXLA and is a no nonsense look at the marketing process which anyone can grasp and utilize within a short period of time.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 08, 2008 ) London, UK — Stephen C Campbell MBA, MSc, MCIM, Master NLP Practitioner has recently published (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0018RKXLA) a no nonsense look at the marketing process which anyone can grasp and utilize within a short period of time. The book deals with various aspects of the marketing process such as The Mathematics Of Marketing and Channel Marketing and; has been classified as an outstanding resource for the Small and Work From Home Business Owner as well as the Seasoned Entrepreneur.
Campbell (http://www.stephenccampbell.com/) is well placed to give advice on Marketing Strategies having conducted business in over 20 countries throughout Europe and The United States and the Far East and; now works as an international business consultant assisting businesses to define and improve their marketing processes and strategies. He and his team has developed significant expertise in Internet Channel Marketing – i.e. the skill of using the internet as a primary marketing channel to build the brand of a company, business owner and to drive offline revenues.
Recent reports (PR-USA.net – Singapore, May 5th 2008) states how “Recruit.net’s marketing strategy evolves targeting social media micromarkets with job channels” demonstrates how the internet is continuing to play an ever growing role in the marketing strategy employed by any company. The reports goes on to say “The collaboration with Ping.sg will help Recruit.net to add to its impressive list of places of where job seekers can search for their ideal jobs, across countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan and New Zealand.” further demonstrates how Campbell and his team are on the bleeding edge of using the new technologies along with more traditional marketing techniques to drive business forward.
The Marketing Mastery publication (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0018RKXLA) also carries chapters on Building Brands and The Internet (as a marketing channel). The book is timely as many small business still have not set the time aside to develop a coherent marketing strategy and many are still confused when it comes to incorporating the new technologies into their overall business strategies.
To pick up a copy of this timely and well written resource visit http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0018RKXLA today.