Tag Archives: Marketing sense

Marketing Sense vs. Common Sense (Part 2/2) (Series 2)

In the previous part of this cartoon, why not to use

“common sense” in marketing was explained.

Today, we’ll get it completely:

What is “Marketing Sense” and Why to use it?

Cartoon: Marketing Sense vs. Common Sense (Part 2/2)

Following script is enough to explain the idea, Marketing Sense vs. Common Sense:

Script:

Kimberly: So, if common sense is not the way to do marketing, what’s the right way?

Eric: “Marketing Sense” is the right way to do marketing! Marketing Sense is acquired through marketing education and experience.

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Marketing Sense vs. Common Sense (Part 1/2): (Series 2)

In this cartoon, Kimberly needs your help.

She wants you to help her answering some questions.

Please don’t forget to answer. Please help her out Smile

Cartoon: Marketing Sense vs. Common Sense (Part 1/2)

 

Following script is enough to explain the idea, Marketing Sense vs. Common Sense:

Script:

Eric: Back to your question, what is marketing?

Kimberly: Oh, simple! Marketing is sales, advertising, social media, publicity!

Open Me (to read complete script)

Eric: No! That’s not marketing, for God sake!

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Online Marketing Mastermind- Announcing New Series!

Marketing Cartoon Video
Kimberly & Eric

Summary: Do you want to learn marketing through different innovative ways? Specially, through Marketing Cartoons Video. I call it “Marketube”. (The Only Marketing Cartoon Video)

Many business students have been asking me to teach marketing from very basic through my articles.

I turned down many requests by saying sorry, that i write advanced marketing articles . As everyone was learning fundamentals in universities and business schools, I thought why I’d be doing the same?

But I was wrong…

I was wrong  because mostly students never clearly understand the basic marketing concepts at the first place.

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10 Things Marketers Remember but Forget (Series 2)

Experience is important. Putting it on the right path is essential. When we follow only experience we tend to neglect many right directions that wisdom taught us. On the other hand, when we follow only knowledge, the experience is required to avoid devastating loss.

When we have both, we make ourselves invincible! That’s the objective of my Series: “10 Things Marketers Remember but Forget”.

In Series 1, I raised 10 points for marketers. Now Series 2 is again, easy to memorize, summarize and utilize. Here’re 10 points for you:

Marketing guys…..

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