The IT Marketing Crash Course (2013) is a guidebook to accelerating your IT sales and growing your technology business. These blinks show you how to earn the attention and trust of potential clients through well-calculated marketing strategies.
Raj Khera is co-founder and CEO of the e-mail marketing software company MailerMailer. In 1995, before taking on his current role, he co-founded GovCon, which went on to become the largest business-to-government web portal in existence.
People that want to save time and simply get the key message from a book rather than read all the fluff. Book summaries bring out the most essential information from a book and can help you to understand the key message much quicker than reading the full version. Perfect for self-help books!.
Today, you do not need to read book summaries online or in strange PDF-files. These days, there are various apps and companies that summarizes books for you, present them in an awesome interfact, and some even let you listen to the summary rather than read it.. You’ll be able to keep yourself busy!
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