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Meatball Sundae: Is Your Marketing out of Sync?

af Seth Godin

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American Express could have become PayPal, but they watched the opportunity go by. Fedex uses technology to make shipping easier for the customer; UPS uses technology to make shipping easier for UPS. Who's winning? Google has broken the world into tiny bits. No one visits a Web site's home page anymore; they go in the back door, to just the place Google sent them.… (mere)
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This was fascinating. I'm also going to check out his other books from the library. ( )
  jeanbmac | Jul 28, 2020 |
What ages would I recommend it too? – Seventeen and up.

Length? – Most of a day’s read.

Characters? – Not really.

Setting? – Marketing information.

Written approximately? – 2007.

Does the story leave questions in the readers mind? – More up to date info on my choice of online only career.

Any issues the author (or a more recent publisher) should cover? An update would be nice.

Short storyline: A discussion of old and not so old marketing advice.

Notes for the reader: This a bit dated at this point. It didn't give any specifics for figuring out how to use these ideas. The one point that really bothered me was when he said investing $5,000 was pocket change. That was my annual income for most of the last ten years I was able to work. Hardly pocket change. It seems kind of unreal in expectations. And leaves much as a guessing game. ( )
  AprilBrown | Feb 25, 2015 |
This was a great book and gave me some neat ideas and brainstorms. I especially liked how he attacks the fundamental issue of integrity between your entire enterprise and it's marketing strategy and message. I enjoy all of Seth Godin's work and can't wait to read some more. ( )
  librarythingaliba | Apr 21, 2010 |
A "meatball sundae" is the idea of mixing two good ideas... and everything going horribly wrong. If the meatballs are the foundations of marketing, the things we need, and the whipped cream and toppings represent the fun stuff of new marketing... well... you can't simply just toss them together and expect the results to be awesome.

Meatball Sundae by Seth Godin was selected as the first book for a marketing book club at my office, where several marketing teams from the different divisions would come together and discuss. The discussion was fine, though I personally think our targeted audiences are a bit too varied for us to come up with any real action items as a group. Within our individual marketing teams, perhaps, but it was useful to hear everyone's thoughts. The book club leader was very organized and had prepared a handout and everything, leading our discussion in the same format as the book. It's broken up by fourteen "trends" that are defining the marketing landscape right now, which make for easy reading in short bites, and clear discussion.

Personally, I imagine if I had read this book in 2007, it might have been helpful. But reading it in 2009, it was only useful insofar as it re-emphasized certain basics. It would, however, be an interesting read for someone new to marketing or just embarking on a project. You could definitely get some pointers on launching a new product with this book, but it's not terribly helpful when it comes to marketers who have a product already. (After all, he notes that the two big take-aways from his book should be that you should "Make something worth talking about and make it easy to talk about.") It's a quick read and it's certainly skim-able, but because of his continued focus on energizing your consumer base (aka find people to spread the word of your product for you by activating the interested and turning them into campaigners), I spent most of the time wishing that we had, instead, selected to read "Tribes." The frequent use of case studies was both helpful (giving clear examples) and annoying (there wasn't a single company that he mentioned that I hadn't already heard of or studied).

So if you're looking for a marketing book, my advice to you is to make sure you're reading something new if you're looking for something to do with new marketing. Otherwise you'll find it's already behind the times. ( )
  alana_leigh | Aug 19, 2009 |
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American Express could have become PayPal, but they watched the opportunity go by. Fedex uses technology to make shipping easier for the customer; UPS uses technology to make shipping easier for UPS. Who's winning? Google has broken the world into tiny bits. No one visits a Web site's home page anymore; they go in the back door, to just the place Google sent them.

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