In episode #2396, Neil and Eric talk about how to create a marketing moat around your business. Customers will always prefer buying from brands that they know and trust, but how do you go about building that affinity with your audience? We unpack what it means to create a marketing moat around your business, why it’s about more than just creating an amazing product and some of the best ways to build trust with your customers over time.
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[00:20] Today’s topic: How to Create a Marketing Moat Around Your Business.
[00:30] What it means to have a marketing moat around your business.
[01:02] The role of marketing and media in establishing trust with your customers.
[01:37] How to create excitement around your brand beyond producing a quality product or service.
[02:39] Examples of how brands differentiate themselves in novel and interesting ways.
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