I just found a cool infographic and wanted to share it with you… I’m not a huge fan of quotes and don’t post them too often, only when they are that great that I have to…
…this is one of those times.
1. “Give them quality, that’s the best kind of advertising.”
– Milton Hershey, Founder of the Hershey Chocolate Company
You and me both know quality is what sells… well, when you are a good salesman you can sell shit too, yet not for too long.
The other day I bought supplements from a UK company, cause I wanted to test them… they were awesome and I advertised them for free, cause they deserved it….
…now all my friends know about that company and how awesome it is.
Another example is Apple
They revolutionized technology, If it wasn’t for them we would probably still be using those ugly plastic kinda smartphones… because of them I can tap a few times on my phone and make thousands.
how cool is that?
By he way, if you are wondering how – I trade currency too and use my iPhone constantly for buying and selling.
2. “Relying too much on proof distracts you from the real mission – which is emotional connection.”
– Seth Godin, Entrepreneur and Author
We buy based on emotion and justify with logic.
Read this article:
3. “If you’re not measuring, you’re not marketing.”
Measuring is vital and is the only way to keep track of what works, what not, and how to improve your marketing to grow your business exponentially.
Without measuring you are like shooting blind and hoping for the best. You can not allow yourself that if you want progress.
You have to know what channels work, and how to improve them for better results.
4. “Without promotion something terrible happens… Nothing!”
– P. T. Barnum, American Businessman
I believe that short sentence says it all. No marketing, no money. Even if you create the next Facebook, you have to reach people somehow.
5. “The most successful communication is devoutly audience focused. Motivating the right people with authentic, value packed content in a relatable way makes great marketing.”
– Georgiana Laudi, Director of Marketing at Unbounce
That’s why blogs are the ultimate marketing tool. You need a blog and you need to publish uplifting content on it.
Developing a blog needs a lot of time and knowledge, but it pays out the world at the end.
read these to see how to build one:
and I’ve searched a few more articles for you, in case the above are not enough:
6. “The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.”
– Peter F. Drucker, Management Consultant
heck yeah it is… that’s really when you know you are good at what you do… when your customers are so happy with your product they sell it by word of mouth. Kinda hard to reach such marketing madness if you are on a tight budget though.
Every awesome product costs money to be created, a lot of money.
Again we could take the iPhone for example – this phone changed the world, it’s been years and people still can’t wait for the new one.
7. “Truly brilliant marketing happens when you take something most people think of as a weakness and reposition it so people think of it as a strength… brilliant marketing is taking the product you have and figuring out the right positioning.”
– Reed Hastings, Co-Founder and CEO of Netflix
You know what that means?
There are no perfect products.
When you find a way to position your product so people like it no matter what, you are solid gold.
Positioning is everything.
8. “Focus on the core problem your business solves and put out lots of content and enthusiasm and ideas about how to solve that problem.”
– Laura Fitton, Founder of OneForty
We know every problem needs a solution. When you give your customers the perfect one for their problem, you will grow limitless.
9. “To be successful and grow your business and revenues, you must match the way you market your products with the way your prospects learn about and shop for your products.”
– Brian Halligan, Co-Founder and CEO of HubSpot
How do you want your potential customers to find out about you – Google search, or a newspaper ad, or Facebook?
You need to figure out the best approach to reach people.
10. “Don’t be afraid to get creative and experiment with your marketing.”
– Mike Volpe, CMO of HubSpot
Those are the 10 lessons on marketing madness.
Which one did you like most and what would your marketing strategy be after this article?
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