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Bryan Eisenberg is an inventor of Persuasion Architecture (patent pending) and cofounder of Future Now, Inc., based in New York City.
Jeffrey Eisenberg is an inventor of Persuasion Architecture (patent pending) and cofounder of Future Now, a consulting firm focused on helping clients persuade and convert their Web site's traffic into leads, customers, and sales.
This book will help you understand and intimately connect and influence customers with different buying styles.
I already had a stack of books sitting on my desk waiting to be read so I didn't go out and purchase Cat right away, and it's a good thing I didn't.
Well I was very excited when I bought this book, I read 70% of it and it was boring, the book has too much information of too many subjects.
This book was recommended by a good friend, I'm still reading & it has really opened my eyes to what's happening now.Published 7 months ago by Robert Ashe
A great guide to learning who my customer is and is not and how to increase sales Designing my perfect customerPublished 10 months ago by Dad11678
I kept saying to my assistant that helps me with marketing our restaurants,
"We are having to work twice as hard this year to get the same response as we did last year from... Read more
The Book has really an intriguing catchy Title, however it doesn't deliver on the Promises. There are a lot of very-complex-examples, and many well known ideas, but there are no... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Catchy Phrases
What an amzing read! Not being able to speak web made this book a godsend. Its full of great insight, easy to apply and most importantly really easy to read. Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by Deepak Khurana
You live in a new multimedia world. Customers call the tune, and marketers need to know how to make them dance. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by Rolf Dobelli
I read 25-30 business books per year (sometimes more, sometimes a bit less) and this book couldn't hold my attention. Read morePublished on November 4, 2010 by William J. Hall
People love to click things and they hate it when when they click does not aid them in getting what THEY want. Read morePublished on January 28, 2010 by Bill Liao
There are a lot of good ideas in this book, but not many that you can really get a good hold on to actually use. Read morePublished on January 13, 2010 by McDruid