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If you answered YES to any of these questions then enrol on my course now to learn about what marketing tools you can use to drive your campaigns, understand your customers and increase your conversions.
If you are really serious about marketing your online-based business, then you must consider using these essential marketing tools this year for a profitable business. A great marketing tool can certainly help take your business to the next level. Many of these tools are free, some are paid. But with this course you can now make an informed decision on what you need to help your internet and online marketing, through social media like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn, to name a few.
Since marketing is the only way to generate consumer’s interest in the products and services that you are offering you will need some resources to help you and your business. To help you reach your marketing goals this years, here are my selection of the Top 20 Marketing Tool Must-Haves For 2015 to help you get started.
In this course you will find out the latest and best marketing tools available for your digital market and social media!
What this If you are really serious about marketing your online-based business, then you must consider using these essential marketing tools this year for a profitable business. A great marketing tool can certainly help take your business to the next level.
Since marketing is the only way to generate consumer’s interest in the products and services that you are offering you will need some resources to help you and your business. To help you reach your marketing goals this years, here are my section of the Top 20 Marketing Tool Must-Haves For 2015 to get started.
What this course is: A concise and well researched list and review of the best marketing tools, providing a high-level but informed look at the benefits and application of each. Saving you time in deciding what you need and how to use it to boost your marketing, and of course my own personal opinion as a professional marketer and advice after having used each.
What this course is not: This is not a How To or Training in how to set up. In this course I provide a review and overview/look at each of the products and how they can be used. The products and product's own websites themselves do a far better and free offering of providing in-depth training, content and videos of how these tools work and can be set up.
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Introduction to online marketingPreview
|Section 2: Top 20 Marketing Tool's|
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Take Aways and Conclusion
Richard has over 20 years of commercial and financial media experience that spans, sales, marketing, publishing, operations, tech services, web design, development and gaming. As a young entrepreneur he started his first business straight out of university developing games for the sony playstation.
At the age of 24, he then went on to found his first startup company, a web and print media design business based in London back in the year 2000, which he ran successfully for 5 years before selling privately to an international media agency. Richard has operated in his native city of London and has had extensive Asia and China market experience working in Shanghai from 2005 and then based in Hong Kong since 2008.
Richard is also an entrepreneur and been involved with several startups and web-based platforms. As an investor Richard has put money into a number of diverse business projects including a lingerie and apparel eCommerce store, market research distribution and most recently mobile gaming apps. He was also a cofounder and helped startup Asia First, a web based financial intelligence and product platform for financial institutions.
In previous roles he has worked at Dow Jones, Microsoft, McCann Erickson and Haymarket Publishing Group.