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Everything You Think About Marketing is wrong

Marketing. It’s been around longer than your great-grandma’s dentures, and it’s evolved so much that even Dr. Frankenstein would be impressed. From old-school methods like billboards and flyers to the hip and trendy social media influencers, marketers have always been hustling to reach their audience and hawk their wares.
But hold your horses, folks! Marketing has gone through a dramatic shift in recent years, and the tactics that once worked like a charm are now about as effective as a flip phone. So, forget everything you thought you knew about marketing, because it’s time for a rude awakening.
Let’s clear up some common misconceptions, shall we?
First off, marketing isn’t just about selling. 
It’s about building a relationship with your audience, like a therapist but with more product placements. You need to get inside their heads and understand their needs and desires, so you can craft the perfect pitch that’ll make them choose your product over the competition.
Next up, forget the “more is better” mentality.
Back in the day, marketers would blast their message to anyone and everyone, like a carnival barker trying to attract a crowd. But now, it’s all about targeting the right people with the right message. It’s like trying to find the perfect soulmate, but instead of swiping left or right, you’re analyzing data and crafting personalized ads.
And don’t even get me started on social media.
Yes, it’s the cool kid on the block, but it’s not the only player in the game.
Depending on your audience, you might need to mix it up with email marketing, influencer marketing, or search engine optimization. It’s like a buffet of marketing options, but instead of crab legs and prime rib, you’re choosing between hashtags and click-through rates.
And for all you one-and-done businesses out there, I hate to break it to you, but marketing requires ongoing effort and attention. It’s like a relationship, but instead of date nights and flowers, you’re analyzing data and crafting new strategies. But don’t worry, it’s worth it in the end when your sales start rolling in.
Lastly, for all you small businesses out there, don’t assume that marketing is just for the big dogs. With digital marketing, you can reach your audience on a budget, like a thrifty cheapskate who still wants to make it rain. So, get on that social media train, send out those emails, and start creating that killer content.
Marketing. It’s kinda like a chameleon, always changing and adapting to the times.
So, if you want to succeed, you better focus on building relationships, targeting the right people, and being flexible like a yoga master. Otherwise, your marketing efforts will be about as effective as a clown at a funeral.
Give us a ring if you’d like to Downward Dog together. (You provide the mats.)

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