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Marketing Warfare, Al Ries, Book

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discussion. Al Ries is a real Marketing, Advertising, and PR Guru. Currently he is co-founder and chairman of Ries & Ries with his partner and daughter,  Laura Ries who I interviewed last April . Along with  Jack Trout (see March 8th Post ), Ries coined the term “ positioning “, as related to the field of marketing, and authored Positioning: The Battle For Your Mind, an industry standard on the subject. Al was selected as one of the most influential people in the field of  public relations  in the 20th century by  PR Week  magazine and has written a number of books that have made the  BusinessWeek  best seller list.  
that try to draw parallels between business and warfare, and then apply the principles of military strategy to business situations, with competing firms considered as analogous to sides in a military conflict, and market share considered as analogous to the territory which is being fought over . It is argued that, in mature, low-growth markets, and when real GDP growth is negative or low, business operates as a zero-sum game. One person’s gain is possible only at another person’s expense. Success depends on battling competitors for market share.
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The world-renowned marketing consultants and bestselling authors of Positioning, Marketing Warfare, and Bottom-Up Marketing offer a compendium of 22 innovative laws for understanding and succeeding in the international marketplace. Illustrations. Ries and Trout, authors of some of the most popular titles in marketing published during the last decade ( Marketing Warfare , LJ 10/15/85; Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind , Warner, 1987; and Bottom-Up Marketing , McGraw, 1989), continue the same breezy style, with lots of anecdotes and insider views of contemporary marketing strategy. The premise behind this book is that in order ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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