Inbound Marketing Rising: The Dawn of Marketing You Won’t Hate (Infographic)

As consumers continue to flock to the internet, the internet marketing industry continues to evolve. In a two-way medium like the internet, the traditional models of marketing are losing their efficacy, and new types of marketing are gaining steam. They are doing this by providing value for consumers increasingly put off by intrusive marketing tactics.

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infographic: Inbound Vs Outbound Marketing

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About Joseph C. Kunz, Jr.

Author, self-publisher, educator, infopreneur, small-business manager and marketing expert, husband, and father of twins. Kunz is also a digital-media junkie fascinated by the intersection of media, design, education, and technology. Kunz is the founder of Dickson Keanaghan, LLC, a medical training and publishing company. Kunz's training company, founded in 1984 by Joe and his wife Michele, is the most popular company of its type in the New York City and Long Island region. Kunz shares his self-publishing and small-business management experiences on his blog at http://KunzOnPublishing.com.
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One Response to Inbound Marketing Rising: The Dawn of Marketing You Won’t Hate (Infographic)

  1. Great infographic! Thanks for sharing it!

    If authors start viewing their books as their product, and if they setup a system of social media presence, providing value to their current readers and prospective readers, they will be able to reap the same benefits the graphic describes!

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