Do you add value to the world with your creation? If you add no value, then why are you doing it? You can make content that will zing and you can create content that will flop. The power is in your hands.
Think of these things whenever you're writing your big fat blog of joy and it might help you keep you on track.
Start with Why - Simon Sinek wrote a fabulous book called "Start With Why." If you read one book this year, this is the one that I would recommed for you to read. 'Start with Why' discusses that the Golden Circle of Why is at the heart of every great success story.
The demand for technically adept marketing solutions is rising. The Entrepreneur says 9 out of 10 start-ups fail due to poor marketing and the technical aspect of marketing is becoming more and more important. It isn't enough to understand marketing - you have to understand the technologies that enable the effective distribution of your message.
Even public schools are hiring marketers to attract incoming students. According to Dorie Clark, at Forbes, “It's not unusual for many districts to have fewer than 30% of households with children in the public schools.... [Consequently], a new trend has emerged: public schools are finally embracing modern marketing strategies,” and hiring marketing consultants.
I just finished reading a blog post from Skip Prichard. This article discussed “new media” marketing with the traditional marketing methods you learned in school. The article contained an interview with Tom Doctoroff. Tom is the Asia CEO of J. Walter Thompson, and one of the largest global advertising agencies, and he wrote a book called Twitter Is Not A Strategy: Rediscovering the Art of Brand Marketing. Tom writes about how new media marketing fits in with traditional branding and marketing fundamentals. It is really about getting back to the basics and putting the focus back where it belongs -- on the consumer.
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People talk about so many different types of marketing today. It is hard to know what they all mean and how to best leverage them to build a solid pipeline of potential customers. Business owners need to at least understand how or if they fit into their overall marketing strategy.
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