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Roger Treat

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (33 of 38)
Location: Oxford, England
Anniversary: 17 Dec
Birthday: 17 Feb
In My Own Words:
Fit and enjoys rock climbing.

Interests
Riding trains
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 210,378 - Total Helpful Votes: 33 of 38
From Ordinary to Extraordinary: How I transformed &hellip by Stefan Boyle
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I am guilty of spending so much time IN my small business that I don't spend enough time ON my business. Never before was this so clear to me than after reading From Ordinary to Extraordinary. I was in no way maximising our advertising. I would do sort of branding ads once in a while in the dailies and just be tossing my money in the air in hopes that it hit something and brought in a customer. Thanks to Stefan Boyle I have already started making every marketing expense mean something by using more direct methods and getting better feedback on where my advert revenues are going and what they are bringing in. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Maverick Marketing by Andrew Ludlam
Maverick Marketing by Andrew Ludlam
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
In today's economy, we need to make our advert money work hard. Andrew Ludlam (the author) has created a genius marketing book here with Maverick Marketing. We are a small firm and we found that the advice here works amazingly well for us even though I suspect it would work just as well - or perhaps better - for a much larger firm. The biggest thing we learned is to TEST our campaigns only it goes further than that. Meaning, you somehow MUST make every advertisement count and somehow make it a "direct" ad so that you know exactly how much business it brings in. One example comes to mind of a coupon. You know how effective an ad with a coupon is by how many coupons you get from buyers. Where… Read more
Single Shot by W. Mark Dendy
Single Shot by W. Mark Dendy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Single Shot is quite a story! This book is a great example of how Christian fiction should be penned because it's funny, sad, all the things that go into an enjoyable novel and yet it's teachings are clear. Plus, it's most interesting to note that non-Christians often face the same struggles that Christians do, especially when it comes to dealing with people and close relationships. The difference will be in how differently each group reacts and there is where true character is found or lost. Single Shot is easy to read and well-written. Highly recommended!