Episode #1115
Marketing Tactics on Which We Disagree
August 20, 2019

In episode #1115, we discuss marketing tactics on which we disagree. Tune in to hear why we don’t see eye-to-eye on everything.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s Topic: Marketing Tactics on Which We Disagree
  • [00:36] Eric didn’t agree with Neil’s method of buying Facebook Likes.
  • [01:05] It’s a method that worked, until it didn’t.
  • [01:22] We agree on most things.
  • [01:30] Eric goes live more than Neil does.
  • [01:40] Neil has gotten better results when he focuses on big channels and big wins.
  • [01:55] Eric is better at splitting his focus.
  • [03:10] In general, Neil is quicker to execute things.
  • [03:40] We are at different stages of our careers.
  • [03:50] This is why our methods vary.
  • [04:51] Different things work for different people.
  • [05:30] That’s it for today!
  • [05:33] Go to Marketing School to check out a video that will help you grow your business.

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