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Marketing vs Selling - Why There`s A Difference
By: Jase Dow
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    Marketing vs Selling - Why There`s A Difference - Marketing is the...

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    Marketing is the most thought out component of any large selling campaign, because without this one step - the marketing - no-one knows that we're even there.

    The idea that once they know us and we know them (which seems like forever) is when we are able to like what we hear and trust what they have.

    Selling usually comes in right about here...the point of purchase. This is where we are helped to find the best solution for us. Selling is fine tuning the brand / product / service to fit our needs exclusively, and this is where some people start to shy away. Selling isnít always up close, but it IS personal. Selling, if done correctly, can create a lifetime of loyal product / service users, and should always be done with the utmost respect, trust and honor. Selling is what helps a consumer to decide if this product that has been marketed to them is really what they need AND if the pain they have is strong enough to get rid of, or if the pleasure is great enough to invest.

    Selling is the next step to that wonderful place called referrals, and that canít happen if we havenít been able to deliver what we marketed our product to do. Our job when we market our product or service is to create for our client a reason to want to begin a relationship with us. They need to know. just by the sound of our brand, that we are worth pursuing. Not only do they need to be comfortable with what we are sharing, they also need to know that over and over again until they believe it for themselves.

    So, as we look at the way we are creating relationships with our future clients, look at the process in having them trust us. If we are skipping step one in relationship building (the marketing) then step two (selling), will be much more difficult - and step three (referrals & word of mouth) is then almost impossible.

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