Slow and Fast Marketing / ep90
This topic is something I’ve been craving to talk about for awhile. When it comes to marketing, we are all obsessed with results and I get it; isn’t that why we are in business? At the same time, approaching your marketing more as a marathon, than a sprint, can help balance out the different platforms we use to get our business out there.
During this episode, I talk about looking at your marketing efforts in two different ways: slow vs. Fast. Separating them in this way can help put you mind at rest in seeing what each type of marketing is doing for your business and not get too focused on the short term results you need.
I also include some steps you can take to evaluate all your marketing right now so you can diversify with intention.
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