Best Books for Online Marketers
Are you searching for new marketing books to add to your kindle reading list or nightstand collection? One of the best decisions that I’ve made this year is to be intentional in reading, especially books on social media, email marketing, and business productivity. From my personal experience and feedback from fellow marketers, these are the 10 best books for online marketers.
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These books are great resources for general marketing knowledge. These marketing resources will help you stay up to date on online marketing trends and best practices.
The 1-Page Marketing Plan
Crushing It!: How Great Entrepreneurs Build Their Business and Influence-and How You Can, Too
Social Media Marketing
Social media marketing is forever changing. New platforms, new channels, new algorithms, and best practices that change with the seasons. In addition to staying on top of everything social media in the Premier Social Media Society, these social media marketing books will put you well on your way to getting a strong handle on social media marketing in general.
500 Social Media Marketing Tips
The Art of Social Media
Second only to social media marketing, our clients and community members regularly ask about email marketing best practices and resources to learn more about this growing marketing platform. Growing an engaged email list is one of the best ways to grow your business, earn an income for your influence, and leverage influencer marketing.
Email Marketing Rules
Email Marketing Demystified
Productivity & Work Flow
Hands down, one of the best books I’ve read this year are on the topic of productivity and workflow. If you have a steady flow of client work the challenge then becomes balancing it all, managing your time, and getting more accomplished in less amount of time. 12 Week Year is by far my #1 recommended resource for mapping out your business, goals, and weekly tactics.
12 Week Year by Brian Moran
The E-Myth Revisited
What books would you add to this list? If you’ve read other books on business management or marketing, I’d love to hear in the comments.