Evolution of Marketing From Caveman To Modern Day
This week Mark interviews Jeff Sheehan, author and futurist when it comes to marketing. Jeff’s career has spanned may opportunities in marketing for various companies of all sizes. Having lots of followers on social media is great, but you need to find ways to convert those followers into customers. Jeff’s perspective on marketing span 40+ years as to how it has changed over the years from content, trade shows, brochures, etc.
Marketing is hard work today but “integrated” marketing is still the best strategy to build customers according to Jeff. You will be surprised at his insight into how effective integrated marketing can be and why human contact is still very important!
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- Marketings roots as far back as the caveman.
- How content access has changed over the years.
- Quantity vs. Quality – Which is more important?
- What makes sense when you are creating evergreen content?
- Are there really any new ideas in marketing?
- Are trade shows really dead today?
- Why client facing solutions are at the root of marketing.
- And a great deal more…
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