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The 42 Rules of Marketing by Laura Lowell at SVPMA Monthly Event September 2007

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    • 42 Rulesof Marketing Laura Lowell, PrincipalImpact Marketing Group www.impact-mg.com
    • A little bit about myself… Consultant, Author and Entrepreneur HP, Intel and IBM Enterprise, SMB and Consumer Hardware, Software, Services Go Bears!Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • "Lauras insights in The 42 Rules of Marketing are invaluable. The book is an easy and fun read, and is a great reminder of many of the things that we marketers know intuitively but may have forgotten in the rush of doing our daily jobs." Brian Lawley President, 280 Group & Silicon Valley Product Management Association “These 42 Rules are gems of advice and gentle reminders that every marketer needs to hear from time to time, packaged in concise, fun-to-read nuggets. If “marketing” is in your title, you need to have this book in your library.” Chris Shipley Co-Founder, Guidewire Group Inc. Executive Producer of the DEMO Conference “It’s an actionable guide for anyone looking to improve the quality of their marketing. Laura’s rules have sparked ideas with me and my team and have helped us make a lot of progress. Keep it on your desk, refer to it often and tell a friend.” Melissa Johnson Director, Annual Fund, Walter A. Haas School of Business, UC BerkeleyCopyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Why 42? “The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything.” Douglas Adams The Hitchhikers Guide to the GalaxyCopyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 1: Rules are Meant to be Broken Rules are guidelines. Use them when they help you. But don’t let them tie you down or hinder great ideas.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 2: Marketing Must Result in Sales Marketing is the way you create and distribute messages to get people’s attention so you can convince them to buy more of your stuff.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 12: Be Different Differentiation is the way you go about separating your product from the crowd so it is more attractive to your potential customers.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 15: Just Say Not to Jargon The point is, make sure what you write actually means something.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 23: Viral Marketing Is A Tactic The things that typically take off are either tragically sad or hilariously funny.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 33: Marketing Plans Are Good Please don’t confuse your marketing plan with a long list of tactics.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 37: Always Have A Deadline As helpful as deadlines are to get things started, they also have an additional benefit…they give you a point to stop.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 39: Deliver What You Promise There is nothing wrong with creating an environment of anticipation…But the experience better pay off.Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Rule 42: These Are My Rules. What Are Yours? www.42rules.comCopyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com
    • Copyright Impact Marketing Group, 2007 SVPMA, September 5, 2007www.impact-mg.com