Learn Marketing or Fail Forever
Chris Herd

“Anything that primes you to make a decision that’s not in your best interests” is a pretty skeezy, even unethical, advocation of marketing.

It’s not about creating a false (and yes, “not factually accurate” means false) narrative, but about emphasising the qualities of your product or service that will be of genuine benefit to the customer.

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