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As #iPhone11 is being released, we think it is a great opportunity to share lessons from one of the greatest salesmen in history! Sit back and enjoy. Also let us know if you learn a think or two from this thread. #marketing #Scalemyhustle
1. Make a great product - this is really important. Even with all the best marketing in the world, you still need a great product. The good thing is, a great product sells itself. ⁣
2. Do not sell products, sell dreams: this is important & is one of Apple’s core strategies. Apple sells a package of dreams, personal experiences & status. How will customers feel after using your product or service? Make sure that feeling shines through your marketing material.
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I'm going to commit #DigitalMarketing heresy and suggest that branded search is a complete waste of money. At the root of branded search is an idea that Google and every digital ad agency don't want you to understand... #Marketing THREAD:
Picture this: a woman walks into the beauty section of a large department store. She goes up to the counter, and asks if they have the newest Chanel perfume.

The employee reaches under the counter, pulls up an ad for Chanel’s newest perfume and says “You mean, this perfume?”
“Yep,” the customer replies, “that one.”

The employee shows the customer the perfume, and 5 minutes later the sale is complete.

Would you say that the ad shown to the customer before buying the perfume was responsible for her purchase?
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Thread - Herman's Ten Laws of Recruiting & Sourcing CRM Systems Tagging
1) Whoever is working the person in the CRM in a list, folder, etc needs to be tagged in the CRM to that person
2) Properly titled & labelled & maintained (with accurate up to date info) folders are tags in/and of themselves… thus every single candidate should go in the most relevant folder possible. Every. Single. Candidate
3) You don’t tag it unless you’ve confirmed it. Never tag, thus attach a label, to any candidate, company, etc unless you have actually confirmed the information is correct.
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Let's do a little bit of learning together this morning. I'll be taking us through the story behind the logos of some of the world's biggest brands. As the custom is, feel free to add yours once I'm done.

Retweet for others on your TL.

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1. FedEx

As simple as the logo seems, there's a hidden gem in there. Look closely between E and X. There's an arrow there that represents speed and delivery accuracy of the global shipping company.
2. Unilever

You'll think the U was simply taken from the first letter of the brand name, yeah? Look closely, you'll see variety of icons, which represents every aspect of their business. E.g the recycle icon signifies sustainability, and the lips icon for beauty & taste.
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The Situation:
Ordering food online on a Sunday in Kingston, Jamaica at 7:00 pm.

A Jamaican Digital Marketer's rant.

By Adrian Anansi.

{A THREAD}
Step 1.

Called all the people I knew that were less likely to cook on a Sunday:

Solutions offered:
1: Order from the restaurant, get a taxi pick it up.
2. Use Cut di Line.

Challenge:
1. No Cash
2. I'm a 21st Digital Marketer that still doesn't trust online food delivery in JA
Step 2.
Logs on to Cut di Line:

Findings:
- Not user-friendly (and I'm a digital marketer that can break down any site functionalities)
- I don't know where is open or closed
- I just don't trust spend my $$$ here and I'm uncomfortable in the first 15 secs of browsing the site
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#Thread!

THE JOURNEY OF #AfricaTweetChat

1. ATC, @AfricaTweetChat, was launched on 1st February 2018 by @janetmachuka_ & the co-founder, @barryonyango as a platform to bring African individual brands and start-ups to one #digitalmarketing learning space.
2. The second chat was led by @Ugaman01 on 8th February on "How can #Startups leverage on #socialmedia to cost effective #marketing." The chat was successful drawing in a new audience from Uganda. #AfricaTweetChat
3. Name: @Komana_MN from Zambia. She is a charming heart and as pretty as she is, she is a Digital Marketing specialist and founder of @IdeaBizDM. She handled the topic: "Why Building a #brand needs #Content."

#AfricaCareerChat
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I'll introduce myself! I've always been involved in the #arts from studying in @NCAD_Dublin to hanging exhibitions in #naas & producing an arts show for radio on @kfmradio. I just thrive in an arts environment so working in the theatre seemed like a logical side shuffle
I first started working in @moattheatre when Manager Kathleen needed help in the Box Office one day ten years ago. She hasn’t let me leave since! I became assistant manager & when Kathleen retired in August, I applied for her job. We still talk every day & she’s here right now!
We call her #MotherMoat. 🥰😍❤️ I’ll introduce you to the rest of the team over the course of the week. We’ll call this #MeetTheMoaters
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Note to all registered attendees for the YPF Skill Acquisition program 2.0 starting from Monday 10th to Saturday 15th September, 2018

1. All participants must come with an evidence of Registration either in hard or soft copies.
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2.Participants are allowed to attend training classes for just one skill.
3. Lateness is strictly prohibited. All participants shall be at the training hall on or before 9am throughout the training period.

Are you ready?
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1) If customers are to trust you and commit to your brand, your brand needs to be professional. Hire that graphic designer to create your logo, business cards, website so that you have a consistent look. Hire a marketing guru and/or a business coach to help you plan strategy.
2) Research business systems so invoicing, proposals and communications are complete, organized and automated. How you treat your business is how you’ll be perceived to treat a client’s business. #Influencer #LinkedInMarketing #OnlineMarketing #DigitalMarketing #Marketing #Sales
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