In episode #2231, Neil and Eric talk about what you can learn from Andrew Tate’s marketing. Andrew Tate’s views are undeniably misogynistic and harmful, but it is worth examining his social media strategy, even if he is a reprehensible figure. Tune in as we discuss how controversial content affects your online exposure, and why this isn’t always the best marketing tactic.
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- [00:20] Today’s topic: What You Can Learn From Andrew Tate’s Marketing.
- [00:25] Disclaimer: Why we do not support Andrew Tate.
- [00:39] How being controversial online can cause virality.
- [01:24] Why being controversial generally doesn’t result in successful marketing.
- [02:04] How Andrew Tate’s relevance has fluctuated.
- [02:24] Marketing lessons anyone can learn from Andrew Tate’s social media.
- [02:51] Why controversial marketing is not the best way to generate long-term sustainable revenue.
- [03:50] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast!
- [03:57] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more!
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