Oversubscribed: How to Get People Lining Up to Do Business with You


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3 Responses to Oversubscribed: How to Get People Lining Up to Do Business with You

  1. Graham says:

    ideas you can work with I came across Oversubsribed ( and Daniel Priestley) after I’d finished another book on Kindle and this one was recommended to me as a ‘you might also like’. Up until that point I’d never heard of Daniel, his teachings, or the book. WHAT A FIND! I read a lot. And I have my own small start up – which is struggling at the moment (I run a film festival). How valuable I find a book is generally directly proportional to how much of the book I’ve highlighted, how many notes I’ve made and how…

  2. Wendy Jones says:

    Inspirational and Effective This is one of the most motivational books I have ever read. I read a lot of books on marketing so this is high praise indeed. It takes an in depth look about how to ensure your product is a must have on everyones list. It is full of information and ideas, and yet easy to read. It is the sort of book you read once though for inspiration and then put the ideas into effect in your business. It is in three parts as follows:1. Principles for becoming oversubscribed2. The campaign…

  3. P de Sternberg Stojalowski says:

    Fuel for your imagination. I just finished the book and came here to write a review…I found it inspiring and motivating. I do admit that it does not cover details but I also think that it would not be inspirational if it was because most details would not relate to my context. Having a general idea and a few simple examples was more than enough to engage imagination and think how I could implement this strategy.I particularly liked chapters about being different, sharing your philosophy and…

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