Marketing Foundations

Double Your Business Using 80% Less Time and Effort

This first Lesson on Taking Your Business to Market Leadership is about the geometry of business growth. It involves growing your business in three dimensions simultaneously, instead of the more usual one dimension. It’s a simple but powerful concept that isn’t known, understood or applied by 98% of entrepreneurs, yet it’ll help you to double or triple your business growth and outperform your competition while at the same time reducing the amount of time, effort, manpower, money, stress and risk by up to 80%.

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Marketing your business in our age of mass empowerment

This is a large post, but also an important one if you haven’t fully embraced or adapted your marketing approach to today’s vastly changed business landscape. For 150 years mass marketing was about the ONLY economical way to get your message out there. But today we’re living in a new age of mass empowerment fuelled by commercial clutter, the rise of internet, sophisticated online search, social media, broadband, wi-fi and smartphones. It spells the end of mass marketing as we’ve known it for most businesses […]

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What’s your definition of marketing?

What’s your definition of marketing? To a lot of people marketing is marketing is about running an ad tomorrow so you can have sales the next day. If only it were that simple! On one level effective marketing is about seeing everything from your customers’ perspective. On a deeper level it impacts every area of your business from identifying and attracting customers to getting and keeping customers, the only sustaining force in any business. In fact every single role in your business falls within the deeper marketing definition. Marketing should therefore be at the epicentre of your business.

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Tell your story and change perceptions

Successful marketers tell a compelling story, and that story creates word-of-mouth. They don’t talk about features or even benefits. They tell a story that we intuitively embrace, buy into, then pass on to other people, writes Robert Clay of Marketing Wizdom. Companies go from start-up to market leadership through the correct use of stories. By articulating […]

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