School Marketing Manual Going Paperback
The ‘School Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (3rd ed), 2010, by Bryan Foster will soon be offered as a paperback. It will still be available in the popular e-book format as well.
CreateSpace, an Amazon.com
company, is in the process of converting the e-book into the paperback format. There will be a number of improvements to the present e-book format. The cover, along with the internal layout and presentation will be improved, the page size will become an industry standard for non-fiction sized paperbacks of 8” x 10” version, and hence the length will increase.
Once completed the paperback school marketing manual will be immediately available and primarily sold through the Amazon.com bookstore on the internet. It will become available later this year from both Bryan Foster’s SMA: School Marketing and CPM: Church Parish Marketing websites’ Online Shops. The e-book version will continue to be sold through the SMA: School Marketing
and CPM: Church Parish Marketing
websites’ Online Shops, as well as, is presently the case, through the Kindle shop on Amazon.com.
School Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (3rd ed) e-book
The school marketing manual e-book is a 369 A4 page e-book specializing in strategies and examples for marketing schools. The easy to read summarized point format allows for considerable detail without the 'waffle'.
Business, religious and community organizations would be able to adapt these marketing strategy points to their particular circumstances.
The author has been marketing for 20 years within the Catholic Church at both educational and Church spheres. The education experience is in elementary / primary and secondary levels, in city and country, in both large and small schools.
Below are the Chapter Headings which explain the chapter key headings (or download SMMDA Contents Page
School Marketing Plan Overview Sample
School Marketing Plan and School Marketing Manager
School Marketing - Internet Applications with Samples and Instructions (including screenshots and live weblinks)
School Marketing and the Traditional Media + Instructions
School Marketing - Advertising in the Media + Instructions
School Marketing Relationships
School Marketing Resources + Instructions
Easy to read and use, professionally compiled, detailed e-book for school marketing personnel - written in summarized point format. No more wading through unnecessary long winded text.
Through detailed Contents and Index pages, you will be able to arrive at the specific marketing method you need in your particular marketing niche – school or church.
Once there, you will find the necessary points for that method, quickly seen – in all the detail you should need. These points will include:
• an explanation of what the method is
• various implementation strategies
• step-by-step development processes.
This e-book published in year, 2010, is a considerably revised edition of the previous one published the year before.
Create Space Background
CreateSpace was originally founded as CustomFlix Labs, Inc. and
BookSurge Inc. CustomFlix launched in 2002 when four colleagues decided
to make widespread distribution easier for independent filmmakers—they
started CustomFlix, a DVD on-Demand company.
BookSurge was launched in 2000 by a small group of writers who wanted to
create opportunities for authors to not only publish their work, but to
also retain their content rights and sales profits. BookSurge grew to
support leading publishers and independent authors, offering complete
self-publishing, on-demand printing, and online distribution services.
In 2005, BookSurge and CustomFlix were both acquired by Amazon.com.
CustomFlix’s name was changed to CreateSpace in 2007. In October of
2009, due to the harmonies that would be created in the businesses, the
CreateSpace and BookSurge brands merged under the CreateSpace name to
become the publishing and manufacturing on-demand leader for independent
content creators, publishers, film studios, and music labels. (CreateSpace
The ‘School Marketing Manual e-Book Going Paperback’ blog post was written by Bryan Foster
, author of School Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (3rd ed), 2010
- with copyright
remaining with SMAPL