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Differentiate or Die

Audiobook

In today's ultra-competitive world, the average supermarket has forty thousand brand items on its shelves. Car shoppers can visit the showrooms of over twenty auto makers. Differentiating products today is more challenging than at any time in history, yet it remains a key to a company's survival.

In Differentiate or Die, bestselling author Jack Trout takes marketers to task for taking the easy route of high-tech razzle-dazzle and sleight of hand instead of marketing their product's uniquely valuable qualities. He examines successful differentiation initiatives-from giants like Walmart to tiny Trinity College-to determine why some succeed and some fail. The author outlines the many ways to achieve differentiation, while also warning of how difficult it is to achieve differentiation by being creative, cheap, customer oriented, or quality driven, things that your competitor can do as well.


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Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781483086354
  • File size: 184044 KB
  • Release date: July 15, 2005
  • Duration: 06:23:25

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781483086354
  • File size: 184213 KB
  • Release date: July 15, 2005
  • Duration: 06:23:25
  • Number of parts: 6


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OverDrive Listen audiobook
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subjects

Business Nonfiction

Languages

English

Levels

Text Difficulty:9-12

In today's ultra-competitive world, the average supermarket has forty thousand brand items on its shelves. Car shoppers can visit the showrooms of over twenty auto makers. Differentiating products today is more challenging than at any time in history, yet it remains a key to a company's survival.

In Differentiate or Die, bestselling author Jack Trout takes marketers to task for taking the easy route of high-tech razzle-dazzle and sleight of hand instead of marketing their product's uniquely valuable qualities. He examines successful differentiation initiatives-from giants like Walmart to tiny Trinity College-to determine why some succeed and some fail. The author outlines the many ways to achieve differentiation, while also warning of how difficult it is to achieve differentiation by being creative, cheap, customer oriented, or quality driven, things that your competitor can do as well.


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