Marketing Books

Ten marketing books worth reading


  • Different by Youngme Moon
    Smart suggestions on how to escape the competitive herd.
  • Marketing Management by Philip Kotler
    The classic. People who read this book also read „The Odyssey”, “Great Expectations” and “Much Ado About Nothing”.
  • Mastermind – How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes by Maria Konnikova
    Not a marketing book as such. But a wonderfully written piece of literature that tries to inspire us to get the most out of our mental abilities. For professional and recreational use.
  • Meatball Sundae by Seth Godin
    Most oft the things Seth Godin writes are quite obvious. And yet, it seems like this kind of book is what the world really needs.
  • Onward by Howard Schultz
    Even if you do not like Starbucks coffee: Howard Schultz can teach you a lot about real life marketing challenges and how to conquer them.
  • Problem Solved by Michael Johnson
    Lots of examples on how to solve visual problems. Helps marketers to understand the way designers think.
  • Smartcuts by Shane Snow
    A recipe on how to reach your goals faster through lateral thinking. And a very entertaining read too.
  • The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding by Al Ries and Laura Ries
    22 logical approaches and practical examples on how to create brands that last. Fortunately based on the assumption: A successful brand doesn’t have to appeal to everyone.
  • Word of Mouth Marketing by Andy Sernovitz
    A practical guide for people who have something meaningful to say. And those people only.
  • The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie
    The play is celebrating its 67th year of a record breaking run. A masterpiece? Conspiracy? Content marketers should concentrate on diving into the mystery. It may inspire them to write unforgettable stories.

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