The 7 Deadly Sins of Marketing

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About Course

Marketing Strategies drive conversations and conversions. The goal is to get make audiences aware of your solution to their problems/needs. Share why they should care about your business and want to know more.

Winning strategies deliver on that goal. Driving traffic to the websites. Opening up opportunities to engage, qualify and convert prospects into leads and eventually clients. Not all marketing strategies are created equal. You have to know what works for your business and your audience. Take it a step further you have to know when and how to implement the strategies.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Marketing is a breakdown of things that can take away from the results. Despite your best efforts. The don’ts of marketing strategies are just as important if not more than the dos.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Learn the don'ts of Marketing Strategy
  • How to assess your Marketing Strategy

Course Content

Everyone Equals No ONe
The common mistake of trying to run marketing campaigns that appeal to everyone. Doing so can leave you with no real target audience to convert.

Hearing But Not Listening
A common mistake is to forget that your marketing message isn't meant for you. It is meant for your audience. 

Static Marketing Strategies
A common mistake is to create a set it and forget it marketing strategy. Not taking trends and changes into consideration. 

Know, Like, Trust Is A Must
A common mistake is to overlook the customer journey. You have to earn the buyer's consideration before they convert into a customer. 

All The Tricks In The Book
A common mistake is to jump to a different strategy if you don't see instant results. Without taking the time to find out why it didn't work. 

Selling the Product Instead of The Solution
A common mistake is to waste a limited window of opportunity. Start with the problem you're solving to earn the audience's attention. 

Evolve or Become Obsolete
A common mistake is to go with the "that's what I've always done" marketing strategy. Instead of evaluating your audience and market.  

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