Marketing Insights for Short Attention Spans

Marketing Insights for Short Attention Spans

I have created a collection of one-liners for onliners and other useful bite-sized tips to help make your online marketing more effective. | If the idea is not attributed to anyone, it is my own, or at least my synthesis of lessons I have learned. | I welcome your additions to the list and encourage you to comment, share, and do all the cool things #List.ly allows. ~ Barry Feldman of Feldman Creative

 
 
 
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    No one's ever bored anyone into buying anything.

    No one's ever bored anyone into buying anything.

     
     
     
     
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    If you're afraid to lay eggs, you're too chicken to be a great marketer.

    If you're afraid to lay eggs, you're too chicken to be a great marketer.

     
     
     
     
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    The ebook is the stud in your content marketing stable.
     
     
     
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    The difference between a website that turns you off and one that turns you on is one word.
     
     
     
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    You either get remembered or you get forgotten.

    You either get remembered or you get forgotten.

    Be memorable.

     
     
     
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    If you're not willing to give prospects a hand, it's the same as giving them the finger.

    If you're not willing to give prospects a hand, it's the same as giving them the finger.

     
     
     
     
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    You'll never figure out what belongs on your website until you figure who belongs on it.

    You'll never figure out what belongs on your website until you figure who belongs on it.

     
     
     
     
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    Saying hello doesn't have an ROI. It's about building relationships.

    Saying hello doesn't have an ROI. It's about building relationships.

    — Gary Vaynerchuk

     
     
     
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    "I love being marketed to," said no one, ever.

    — Jess3

     
     
     
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    Telling a customer how valuable they are to your business tends to actually increase their value.

    Telling a customer how valuable they are to your business tends to actually increase their value.

     
     
     
     
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