Are you avoiding marketing?

by | Jun 9, 2014 | C.A.P. Podcast, C.A.P. Podcast - Video, Marketing & Selling, Video

Andrea Feinberg on The C.A.P. Podcast
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Effective marketing is about integrity. However, many people are still uneasy about marketing and therefore don’t do it as well for their businesses. In this first excerpt of the May 16, 2014, episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, I chat with Andrea Feinberg about some misconceptions about marketing.

We also talked about some positive ways to look at marketing. As Andrea said, marketing is effective communication. It is listening to what your prospects need and, if you have something that can help them, offering it.

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When you Own Your Awesome and stand in your integrity, marketing becomes much easier, effective and helps you attract the right kinds of clients to your business, those who you were meant to serve.

To listen to the full podcast on the PRW Network, go to http://bit.ly/spence-20140516.


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