Green Guerilla Marketing Tactics
My friend and mentor, master copywriter Ray Edwards passed a note on to me today about this new title out by the remarkable J. Conrad Levinson. Ray is the author of his own bestseller Writing Riches: Learn How to Boost Profits, Drive Sales and Master Your Financial Destiny With Results-Based Web Copy.
“I recently read a great book on marketing that takes a slightly different turn than my usual reading.
I’m recommending the book to you.
It’s called Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green: Winning Strategies to Improve Your Profits and Your Planet
and is written by Shel Horowitz and Jay Conrad Levinson.
I think the book’s main virtue (aside from being well-reasoned and well-written) is demonstrating the work we do as business owners and entrepreneurs is important. Not only in an economic sense, but in other ways as well
In the book, Shel does a great job of marrying the ethics and pragmatics of business, and showing us that the two are inextricably linked. These ethical, spiritual viewpoints are important as determiners of the paradigm from which we operate as business people.
Guerilla Marketing & Copywriting
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Historically, there have been two disparate camps in the Western world. One one hand: the “Ayn Rand style” of entrepreneur, out primarily to make money. On the other hand: the spiritual-socially-conscious people, who have tended to paint “big business” primarily as robber-barons.
Guerilla Marketing- The Green Way
There is a third way, and it is masterfully articulated in this book. Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green: Winning Strategies to Improve Your Profits and Your Planet
And while I don’t agree with everything in the book, I have no hesitation in recommending it.
Read and be encouraged. The work you’re doing is more important than you may think.”
I pass this on because I know Ray well and when Ray Writes- We All Profit.