In episode #2445, Neil and Eric talk about why the older your company is, the better your marketing is. When you’re around for a long time, you gain the opportunity to grow your brand and prove your worth. And over time, it’s natural for your brand to become central to your marketing. Today’s conversation unpacks how businesses gain value over time, the power of name recognition, and why an excellent product or service is always essential. Join us for an enlightening conversation on marketing, branding, and more!
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[00:00] Today’s topic: The Older Your Company The Better Your Marketing.
[00:23] Where the majority of enterprise and Fortune 1000 companies get their business from.
[00:52] Why your brand is such an important part of your marketing.
[01:24] The other elements of marketing that support your brand.
[02:03] Examples of how businesses build value over time.
[03:08] Why having a good product or service is essential.
[06:18] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe!
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