MUMBAI, January 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Simply the most comprehensive business analysis that exists of the self-improvement market. This study examines the $9.6 billion market for motivational "self-improvement" programs and products that seek to improve us physically, mentally, financially or spiritually. Discusses the market for: books, CDs/DVDs, audiobooks, infomercials, motivational speakers, public seminars, workshops, retreats, webinars, 16 holistic institutes, personal coaching, websites, Internet courses, training organizations and more. Nature of the business and outlooks for each market segment. Major topic categories covered: weight loss/exercise, business/sales skills, business opportunities/investing, improving relationships, and general motivational.
The study analyzes market segments/structure, the market's $ size/growth (2003-2018 forecast), the shift to Internet delivery of content, customer demographics, in-depth profiles of 40 top motivational speakers (Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Phil McGraw, Dr. Laura, Brian Tracy, Suze Orman, Tom Hopkins, Robert Kiyosaki, Zig Ziglar, many others), top 100 infomercials for 2009-2013, 2015 status reports of the U.S. weight loss market, and more. New chapter covering Internet money-making "mastery" courses/"academies"/programs. Interviews with market leaders.
Contains a 110-page chapter profiling the activities/specialties/speaking fees and revenues of the top motivational speakers, with a ranking of the top 101. 56 in-depth competitor profiles: Gaiam, Nightingale-Conant, Hay House, Peak Potentials, Landmark Education, Skill path, National Seminars Group, Fred Pryor/Career-Track, Selfgrowth.com, Success Magazine, Beliefnet.com, Toastmasters, Dale Carnegie Associates, Franklin-Covey, others. Results of latest surveys from: The Audio Publishers Assn., Publishers Weekly, Intl. Coach Federation, Electronic Retailing Assn., Response Magazine, Price Waterhouse Coopers, and more.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Study Scope & Methodology 1-4
- Explanation of where the information came from: "primary" & "secondary" sources: methodology, definition of the self-improvement market, scope of the research
- Highlights of ALL chapters--Discussion of market nature & definition, characteristics, major developments of past 2 years, avg. customer profile, why demand exists for programs.
- Findings/transcripts of interviews with market movers & shakers at: selfgrowth.com (David Riklan, Steve Salerno (author of "Sham", others), technology trends, marketing methods.
- Changing of the guard: older gurus retiring and dying, who will replace them?
- The explosion of SI content via Internet entrepreneurs - discussion
- Negative publicity still exists: indictment of Kevin Trudeau, company closures and criticisms
- Market Size & Growth, Segments: Table & Discussion of total market size, growth, outlook (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013-14, 2018 forecasts), estd. $ size of major segments
- Status report of the U.S. Weight Loss Industry ($ size 2002-2014, by 10 mkt. segments, trends, dieter demographics/number, mkt. nature, major mkt. trends/developments, etc.)
- Recent market trends: live events, shift in product mix to webinars/online courses
- Avg. yearly earnings per motivational speaker, % from products/speaking.
- Overview/size of corporate training market
- Speaking fees by person: top 9 - table
- List/ranking of top 101 self-improvement experts, compiled by Self-Improvement Online, Inc.
- New up and coming speakers, profiles of: Brendon Burchard, Pete Bissonnette,
- In-depth profiles of top self-improvement "gurus"/celebrities (living and past) - descriptions of their organizations, biographies, 2011/2013revenue estimates/actual when available, products/services offered, books authored, speaking fees, consulting, specialties, headquarters address, websites, for...
- Definition & summary of the market, number of active coaches in U.S., worldwide, coaching specialties, differences between coaching and consulting, corporate vs. personal coaching, most common myths about coaching, phone coaching
- Results of 2014 ICF consumer awareness studies, why people use coaches, why they don't, their objectives, by sex, age
- Status report of the market, topics in demand, corporate vs. consumer customers
- The market's major trade group and periodicals (address list)
- Average annual earnings, fees, no. of clients, outlook, extensive operating ratios
- Market $ size and projected growth, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2016F- PricewaterhouseCoopers survey
- Profiles of 6 top coaches: Bernie Siegel, Colleen Bracken, Diane Brennan, Pat Mathews, Pat Boney, Kay Cannon
- List of major coaching periodicals.
- Discussion & analysis of infomercials as a sales/advertising medium, reasons for growth in popularity and doubling since 1996, emerging trends, mkt. size, 2014 status report, $ media billings by topic, by quarter, why infomercials are popular, effects of recession on sales
- Demographic profile of infomercial buyers from: Electronic Retailing Assn. (by sex, age, income, why they buy, how much, how often, top motivating factors, DRTV demographics
- Status of book buying in 2013 vs. 2011, $ sales by major category (Publishers Weekly annual report, diet book bestsellers of 2013 - lack of self-improvement bestseller data
- The Secret - A Movie and book phenomenon that boosted the market, estim. sales, persons made famous, Oprah Winfrey's role.
- List of self-improve. books in 2013, 2011, 2009 (units sold, $ sales, authors),
- Summary of "new age" bookstores mkt.: chains vs. independents, how many in the nation, products sold, growth, customers, specialties. estd. sales, share of sales by major topics
- Market status and growth (2011-2018 forecasts), strong unit sales growth in 2012, 2013, buyer demographics, popularity rank for 14 topics, where audiobooks are purchased, segments, total audiobook sales vs. share for SI audiobooks, major competitors.
- Latest APA consumer survey results on market growth, audiobook formats, sales trends, comparisons to earlier surveys.
- Latest audiobook user surveys by Consumer Electronics Assn., APA, etc. (frequency of use, no. bought, where listened to, etc.) - why Marketdata estimates differ from APA's
- Self-improvement audiobooks mkt. size vs. total spoken audio mkt.
- Leading publishers address list (address, phone, key titles published): Harper Audio, Simon & Schuster, New Star, Nightingale-Conant, Random House, TIME Warner, etc.) Company profiles: Nightingale-Conant, Audible.com
- Discussion/summary of self-improvement websites - why most are not successful
- Discussion of increasing role of the Internet in producing SI content, positive/negatives
- Traffic rankings: 2010, 2012, 2015 Alexa, traffic ranks and estimated daily visitors for top 25 sites
- Internet Mastery courses, money-making systems, academies and online "universities" -why they over-promise, what they offer,marketing strategies, costs & descriptions for: Ryan Deiss, Jeff Walker, Callan Rush, Russell Brunson, Glenn Dietzel, Daniel Hall, Eben Pagan,Jay Boyer, Mike Koenigs, Steve Harrison, Jeremy Frandsen & Jay Van Orden Competitor profiles: Selfgrowth.com, Consciousone.com, TSTN.com, success.com, Beliefnet.com , Thirdage.com. (headquarters, site description & specialties).
- Discussion of overall market status and 16 U.S. centers' philosophies, course offerings and prices, 2013 enrollments, growth since 1960s, nonprofit/for-profit status, specializations, estd. and actual 2011 revenues/budgets, workshop topics in demand, mkt. size and 2018 forecasts.
- Status of the market in 2013-2014, enrollments, trends
- Franklin-Covey Co. - profile, training/consulting vs. retail business, financials 2008-2013
- Dale Carnegie Training - profile, revenues
- Toastmasters International - profile, revenues
- Gaiam Inc. - profile, financials 2007-2013
- Hay House - profile, estd. revenues.
- Discussion/analysis of large group vs. small group seminars, difference in cost structure, profitability, fees, individual speakers doing public seminars, mkt. size and status report, why this is a difficult model to make profitable, estd. mkt. size.
- Summary/status of the industry in 2013-2014 recent and emerging trends, forecasts, advertising trends, current do-it-yourself trend
- 2013-2014 Performance of leading commercial, medical, online chains (Medifast, NutriSystem, Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers - public & private companies)
- Discussion of major industry trends, major mkt. developments. Why medical programs are growing faster than commercial ones, the move to retail outlets and healthcare mini-clinics, opportunities afford by Obamacare.
- Reasons why commercial diet companies are struggling, untapped mkts., lack of customization, poor management, other factors
- 2014 performance of: commercial programs, meal replacements, medical programs
- The U.S. Weight Loss Market: 2014 Status Report & Forecast
- The Multi-Level Market for Weight Loss Products
- The U.S. Janitorial Services Industry
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