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Relationship Marketing - Mark Godson

Relationship Marketing has been written in a highly accessible way to ensure clear understanding and ignite the reader's interest.

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The Future of Advertising: New Media, New Client

Recaps the factors that impacted the advertising industry in the late 1990s, and gives you advice on how to best position yourself, your work, and your business.

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Emerging Markets - Nenad Pacek

Business opportunities in China, Russia, East Asia and Eastern Europe, including Turkey, offer increasing rewards if you get it right - and disaster if you get it wrong.

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Total Relationship Marketing - Evert Gummesson

A work on the subject of relationship marketing and CRM that presents an analysis of relational approaches to marketing where the three words relationships, networks and interaction are king. It addre...

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Contemporary Issues In Marketing And Consumer Be

Covers various buzzwords within marketing and consumer behavior: building brand cultures gender ethics sustainable marketing and, the green and the global consumer. This book locates the development o...

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Inspired! : Take Your Product Dream from Concept

The definitive reference guide for developing, launching, and rolling out a new product Each year, thousands of new products are introduced to market. Most fail. What's worse is it doesn't have to be ...

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Option Pricing in Fractional Brownian Markets -

The scientific debate of recent years about option pricing with respect to fractional Brownian motion was focused on the feasibility of the no arbitrage pricing approach.

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Foundations of Marketing - John Fahy

The bestselling "Foundations of Marketing" by David Jobber and John Fahy is back in a contemporary and engaging third edition.

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Network Marketing For Dummies - Zig Ziglar

Explains how to become a distributor, develop a marketing plan, recruit and train a distribution network, and maximize downline income.

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Subliminal Persuasion - Dave Lakhani

Along with the rapidly changing marketplace, traditional persuasion and influence techniques need to change in order to reflect what works today. Infiltration Marketing reveals the latest mass influen...

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A Practical Guide To Affiliate Marketing - Evgen

Written to be an indispensable handbook for all affiliate managers and merchants, alike, this work provides practical answers to common (as well as not-so-common) questions. It also gives usable ideas...

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Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green - Jay Conrad Levi

The latest tips on green marketing and sustainable business strategies Forget greed green is good. Today's cutting-edge businesses understand that making the world a better place can also be a great w...

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How to Brand Nations, Cities and Destinations: A

Usually, a country brand is not focused, resulting in unsuccessful place branding. It is possible to successfully raise your national identity to the level of an attractive brand. Building a country b...

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Event Marketing - Leonard H. Hoyle

Authored by a well-known figure in the field. Overview chapters explore topics such as electronic marketing strategies, funding, budgeting, promotion, and advertising.

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The Big Book Of Marketing - Anthony G. Bennett

Covers the fundamental aspects of the marketing process. This title reveals 110 of the world's most successful companies' step-by-step strategies, marketing tools, and tricks of the trade. It includes...

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Out of the Box Marketing - David Abingdon

How to skyrocket your profits - a treasure trove of a book crammed full of time-tested strategies and techniques to help you to get more customers, get more out of your customers and to keep them comi...

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Practical Pricing - Michael Calogridis

This book is about taking a theory, pricing, and translating it into an operational practice that can be used by a company on an everyday basis easily with maximum results. This book provides, in deta...

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Marketing Ethics - George G. Brenkert

Marketing Ethics addresses head-on the ethical questions, misunderstandings and challenges that marketing raises while defining marketing as a moral activity.

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Easy to use web site. Works well in quiet markets

High failure rate of automatic trades. No stop-loss. Buy/sell prices carry a margin.

ETrade have a great web site and are easy to use. But making money on the stock market is not about a great website or ease of use, it's about knowing that when you hit buy or sell, your deal will execute. At no time is that more important than when the markets are busy or volatile. And this is...

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Portable performance

May be difficult in deciding on what spec to have

I work in the IT industry and writing this review from the comfort of my bed using my D630! Now, lets face it, you are probabley only going to buy this laptop for business purposes, Dell don't even offer this to the home user market. So, its agreed, you are likely to be looking at this for work...

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Review of Dell Latitude D630

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So much to see, great variety of food, some fantastic gifts to be found, under cover.

Too much to see in one day

The Queen Victoria Market is the largest covered market in the southern hemisphere, and seems to go on longer than is possible. It's open Thursday-Sunday and Tuesday, with late night markets on Wednesdays during summer. The market expanded repeatedly into the vast array of sheds now seen. The...

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Review of Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne

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