Author Spotlight

David Scott - The New Rules of Marketing and PR

By: Nia Technique | Published November 21, 2012

From the publisher: For marketers, The New Rules of Marketing and PR shows you how to leverage the potential that Web-based communication offers your business. Finally, you can speak directly to customers and buyers, establishing a personal link with the people who make your business work. This one-of-a-kind guide includes a step-by-step action plan for harnessing the power of the Internet to create compelling messages, get them in front of customers, and lead those customers into the buying process.

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Joanna Runciman - The Radiant Woman's Handbook

By: Nia Technique | Published November 21, 2012

From the publisher: A radiant woman is peaceful, flexible and happy. To enjoy radiant skin and love your body discover why sleep, skin care and loving your food matters. Learn how to simplify your beauty regime and life! Discover how the 'less is more' ethos improves your life and reduces your use of synthetic chemicals. This book shares practical tools to help you: Speak powerfully about your life. Use edible skin care creating radiant skin. Use gratitude and 'living now' to turn your life around. About the author: Joanna has a passion for empowering women to simplify their lives and reduce the use of synthetic chemicals. Joanna is a trained chef, life coach, Nia Brown belt and writer. Having battled with acne, Joanna shares her kno...

Barry Moltz - Small Town Rules

By: Nia Technique | Published November 21, 2012

From the publisher: Technology and economics are transforming business in a completely unexpected way: suddenly, even the largest companies must compete as if they were small, local businesses. Suddenly, your customers can talk to everyone else across the nation, and people listen to them, not your carefully crafted advertising or branding. It's just like doing business in a small town, where "reputation is forever." Suddenly, communities and personal connections are critical to your success - just as they've always been in small towns. The best small-town and rural entrepreneurs have been successfully overcoming these challenges for centuries. Their lessons and techniques are suddenly intensely valuable to even the largest companies...

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