Marketer Interviews

What are your favorite books?

Julia Anishkina:

Everything Is Negotiable by Gavin Kennedy, Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future, etc.

Julia Anishkina

Business Development Manager at WOW-HOW

Neal Bloom:

Audiobooks, mostly biographies of other entrepreneurs

Neal Bloom

Founder at Fresh Brewed Tech

Anthony Coppedge:

A few of my favorite books that influenced me as a marketer are: Scary Close by Donald Miller A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller Building a Story Brand by Donald Miller Death of a Marketer by Andrea Fryrear The Agile Marketer by Roland Smart Switch on Your Brain by Caroline Leaf Purple Cow by Seth Godin Permission Marketing by Seth Godin The Challenger Customer by Brent Adamson and Matthew Dixon

Anthony Coppedge

Agile Marketing Coach at Anthony Coppedge Consulting

Jonathan Payne:

The E-Myth Known by Mark Schaefer Uncertainty by Jonathan Fields Into The Wild :)

Jonathan Payne

CEO and Founder at JP Digital

Jason Denny:

I love Roman history so you will always find a good series book in my hand be it Simon Scarrow, Anthony Riches or Robert Fabbri (to name a few). A few industry books i would recommend are: I Don't Work Fridays - Martin Norbury 24 Assets - Daniel Priestly Big Ideas for Small Businesses - John Lamerton Profit First - Mike Michalowicz

Jason Denny

Founder at Freelance PPC & Digital Marketing Consultant | Founder Kaffeine Digital

Lauren Downey:

My favorite marketing books include Traction, Rework, Marketing by Intercom, and anything by Seth Godin.

Lauren Downey

Paid Search Specialist at Mad Fish Digital

Aleksandra Milovanov:

Not a book fan.

Aleksandra Milovanov

Social Media Manager at Four Dots

Mark Miller:

I'm a big fan of science fiction and alternative history. Seeing how people envision the future, or how one small change could have a huge influence on how things might have turned out is just fun. It also gives insight into the way that people look at the world. One person sees misery where another sees hope. It's all a matter of perspective. I find that those insights help me see things in other perspectives and allow me to change the way I look at the problems I'm tackling.

Mark Miller

Owner at Firm Theory

Adam Torkildson:

Sci fi and Fantasy.

Adam Torkildson

Founder at Tork Media

Chandra Kumar:

Congo,the DaVinci Code, George Washington

Chandra Kumar

Founder & CEO at WiselyWise

Gee Ranasinha:

I'm a voracious reader - I read perhaps 3 books per month. Here are some favorites related to marketing (I figured you wouldn't be interested in my preferences regarding fiction, biographies, etc): Everybody lies - Seth Stephens Davidowitz Factfulness - Hans Rosling Predatory Thinking - Dave Trott The Four - Scott Galloway Rework - Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson Mindset - Carol Dweck How Brands Grow - Byron Sharp To Sell is Human - Daniel H. Pink The Win Without Pitching Manifesto - Blair Enns The Obstacle Is The Way - Ryan Holiday The Choice Factory - Richard Shotton Thinking Fast & Slow - Daniel Kahneman Pre-Suasion - Robert Cialdini

Gee Ranasinha

CEO at KEXINO

Katie Hulan:

I'm a non-fiction fan which likely has led to my preference for business and self-help type books like How F***ed Up is Your Management, Intercom's Book, Resilience and The Fire Starter Sessions.

Katie Hulan

Marketing and Communications Manager at Indellient

Georgi Todorov:

I love reading. I bring my Kindle with me everywhere I go. I am reading "Man's search for meaning" by Viktor E. Frankl at the moment.

Georgi Todorov

Link Building & Blogger Outreach Specialist at NameDigitalNovas

Martin Quist:

I enjoy listening to biographies from entrepreneurs and other social media experts.

Martin Quist

Webb- & Social Media Manager at Frösunda Omsorg

Taru Bhargava:

My all-time favorite book is Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen. But when it comes to books on marketing the list keeps on evolving. At present, I'm itching to read Atomic Habits—have read tons of good reviews about it.

Taru Bhargava

Content Marketing & SEO Specialist at Foundation Marketing

Annali Wallin:

TOO MANY - Top reads include Your Inner Fish by Neil Shubin, All Marketers are Liars by Seth Godin and The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.

Annali Wallin

Marketing Manager & Customer Success Manager at Ocast

Dragan Berak:

Start with Why, Leaders Eat Last, Getting More

Dragan Berak

SEO Consultant at dberak

Ayunda Zikrina:

I'm not really a bookworm, but Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh about his story with Zappos was something I enjoyed reading so much.

Ayunda Zikrina

Social Media Specialist at Niagahoster

Alex Medick:

I have too many favorite books. I read one or two a month, so I guess I will try and narrow this list down to the top 5. 1) When I Stop Talking, You'll Know I'm Dead - Jerry Weintraub 2) The Third Door by Alex Banayan 3) Without Their Permission by Alexis Ohanian 4) Angel by Jason Calacanis 5) #AskGaryVee by Gary Vaynerchuk

Alex Medick

Founder at The New Standard

Nikolay Terziev:

Best book I've read recently -> Start with Why

Nikolay Terziev

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Martin Raamat:

I love books with great stories, mostly inspirational biographies of other entrepreneurs. It’s fascinating to read how people got started and developed their businesses.

Martin Raamat

Co-Founder / CEO at Mediamodifier

Darren Foong:

My classics are The Score Takes Care of Itself and High Output Management. Understanding how incredible leaders think, manage, and motivate their team to make success not a surprise but a regular, repeatable, even automatic systematic item is great.

Darren Foong

Growth Marketing at ReferralCandy

Alexander Sumin:

Some of the books I've enjoyed are Hacking Growth, by Sean Ellis, most of Seth Godin's books, From Zero to One by Peter Thiel, Angel Investing by David Rose, Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore, Blue Ocean by Renee Mauborgne and W Chan Kim, and The Startup Way by Eric Ries.

Alexander Sumin

Chief Marketing Officer at ClaimCompass

Kelly Ann Collins:

Anything Grant Cardone. Sure, he's a little crazy, but I am all about the hustle life.

Kelly Ann Collins

CEO at Vult Lab