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Gravitational Marketing: The Science of Attracting Customers

Overview

If you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, or sales professional, Gravitational Marketing offers a simple method for attracting customers without the hassle of traditional manual sales labor. If you want to sell more and work less, this book exposes the principles of easily and effortlessly attracting customers without cold calling, prospecting, or begging for business. With Gravitational Marketing, you can finally stop chasing customers and let them come to you.

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Overview

If you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, or sales professional, Gravitational Marketing offers a simple method for attracting customers without the hassle of traditional manual sales labor. If you want to sell more and work less, this book exposes the principles of easily and effortlessly attracting customers without cold calling, prospecting, or begging for business. With Gravitational Marketing, you can finally stop chasing customers and let them come to you.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470226476
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/3/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 576,667
  • Product dimensions: 6.18 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Meet the Author

Jimmy Vee and Travis Miller are young entrepreneurs who help others build businesses that are Enjoyable, Simple, and Prosperous. They are the creators of Gravitational Marketing and leading experts on the topic of attracting customers. Their strategies and ideas have been applied in every major U.S. market and around the globe and have resulted in over $12 billion in sales to date. For more information, please visit www.gravitationalmarketing.com

JOEL BAUER is, according to the Wall Street Journal Online, "undoubtedly the chairman of the board of corporate tradeshow rainmaking." He teaches audiences the secrets of persuasion, sales, personal productivity, and his special brand of marketing. For more information, please visit www.persuasionfoundation.com

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Table of Contents

Foreword by Dave Lakhani.

Preface.

Introduction.

Part One. The Laws Of Gravitational Marketing.

Chapter 1. The Power of Gravity.

Chapter 2. Anatomy of Gravitational Marketing.

Chapter 3. How to Be Worthy of Attraction.

Chapter 4. The Newton in All of Us.

Chapter 5. The Object of Your Attraction.

Chapter 6. Increase Your Gravitational Potential.

Chapter 7. Creating Irresistible Attraction.

Part Two. Gravitational Marketing Attraction Techniques.

Chapter 8. Activate Your Gravitational Attraction.

Chapter 9. Attracting Through Personal Effort.

Chapter 10. Attracting Through Direct Mail.

Chapter 11. Attracting Through Print.

Chapter 12. Attracting Through Free Publicity.

Chapter 13. Attracting Through the Internet.

Chapter 14. Attracting Through Radio & Television.

Epilogue.

References.

How To Get More Jim & Travis.

How To Get More Joel Bau.

The Ultimate Free Gift.

Jim & Travis Recommen.

About the Authors.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    A compelling look at marketing in a modern world. Some ideas may

    A compelling look at marketing in a modern world. Some ideas may seem like common sense but they still aren't used very often. Other ideas are challenging and unique. Overall, a very good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2008

    Not A Rave Review!

    Gravitational Marketing is an unsettling look at the future of sales and marketing techniques in a rapidly globalizing economy. In an economy based upon seemingly nothing...certainly not manufacturing, trade or exports, a federal reserve system that is pumping billions almost daily into that failing economy, money seemingly printed out of the air, money not supported by anything so antiquated as gold, , A stock market supported by little more than expectation. This publication seeks to create excitement through rather vague, almost infomercial like claims. Claims supported by little more than broadly painted word pictures of opportunity! Claims supported by scarcely more validation than the current state of our economy. This book is like many of a new generation of sales and marketing materials circa 2000+ are little more than promotional pieces for the marketers themselves. In this authors opinion that is also the case here. If you're a fan of resource allocation...that semi transparent and age old carnival tradition of lightening another's burden of excess cash and the enriching of your own position with the transfer of little or nothing of value! i.e.: A feel good approach to wealth acquisition...yours to them! This Book Is For You! If You Think I'm wrong....Buy The Book! The Authors would appreciate it! Not A Rave Review!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2008

    Wow,

    Finally someone cut to the chase and made sense of it all! A great read and chocked full of these guys wisdom and business savvy. Buy it if you are a business person in America, or anywhere.

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