Posts by: James T. Berger

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12 Pieces of Advice for Erstwhile Entrepreneurs

By James T. Berger May 11, 2005

As I think back to my 22 years as an entrepreneur, I have come up with a dozen important pieces of advice…

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How I Became an Entrepreneur

By James T. Berger May 11, 2005

Entrepreneurs in some ways resemble great leaders. Some are born entrepreneurs. Some become or evolve into entrepreneurs, and some have entrepreneurship thrust…

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10 Easy Ways to Lose a Customer

By James T. Berger April 15, 2005

While businesses will willingly invest large sums of money to try to attract new clients or customers, they often let valuable relationships…

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Search Engine “Bait and Switch”

By James T. Berger March 11, 2005

As the World Wide Web continues to become a dominant marketing communications force in the business-to-business marketplace, the power of the search…

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The Decline and Fall of the AT&T empire

By James T. Berger March 11, 2005

It’s hard to imagine a more perfect marketing machine than was AT&T before the 1984 divestiture. This company virtually owned local telephone…

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Getting Lost on the World Wide Web

By James T. Berger August 6, 2003

The marketing reality is the World Wide Web has become a very crowded and intensely competitive place, and it gets more crowded…

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About The Author

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James T. Berger, Senior Marketing Writer of The Wiglaf Journal, through his Northbrook-based firm, James T. Berger/Market Strategies, offers a broad range of marketing communications, research and strategic planning consulting services. In addition, he provides expert services to intellectual property attorneys in the area of trademark infringement litigation. An adjunct professor of marketing at Roosevelt University, he previously has taught at Northwestern University, DePaul University, University of Illinois at Chicago and The Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. He holds degrees from the University of Michigan (BA), Northwestern University (MS) and the University of Chicago (MBA). Berger is an often-published free lance business writer who has developed more than 100 published articles in the last eight years. For more information, visit www.jamesberger.net or telephone him at (847) 328-9633.