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Table of Contents
|Marketing in the 2000s and Beyond|
|Evolve, Chris Penttila, Entrepreneur, May 2009|
|Six Strategies for Successful Niche Marketing|
|The Secrets of Marketing In a Web 2.0 World|
|The Branding Sweet Spot|
|The Marketing Concept|
|Putting Customers First: Nine Surefire Ways to Increase Brand Loyalty|
|Making the Most of Customer Complaints|
|When Service Means Survival|
|Become the Main Attraction|
|Services & Social Marketing|
|Service with a Style|
|Come on Down!|
|Marketing Ethics & Social Responsibility|
|Trust in the Marketplace|
|Research, Markets, and Consumer Behavior|
|What Post-Recession Behavior Means for Marketers Today|
|Bertolli's Big Bite: How a Good Meal Fed a Brand's Fortunes|
|Markets and Demographics|
|Youth Marketing, Galvanized: Media & Marketers Diversify to Reach a Mercurial Market|
|It's Cooler Than Ever to be a Tween|
|Sowing the Seeds|
|A Shift in Meaning for ‘Luxury’|
|Developing and Implementing Marketing Strategies|
|The Very Model of a Modern Marketing Plan|
|Surveyor of the Fittest|
|Everybody Loves Zappos|
|Big Retailers Seek Teens (and Parents)|
|In Lean Times, Retailers Shop for Survival Strategies|
|Williams-Sonoma's Secret Sauce|
|10 Brilliant Marketing Ideas|
|As Seen on TV-And Sold at Your Local Store|
|20 Highlights in 20 Years: Making Super Bowl Ad History Is No Easy Feat|
|Best and Worst Marketing Ideas . . . Ever|
|Emerging Lessons, Josť Antonio Rosa|
|After Early Errors, Wal-Mart Thinks Locally to Act Globally|
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