Choosing Winning Marketing Strategies

You may think that marketing is all about getting your message in front of clients. Or you may think marketing is about relationships. Yeah, yeah, it’s all that but there’s a starting point. And that’s to choose a winning marketing strategy in the first place. And no one demonstrates this technique better than Will Smith. Watch this short video, and see how Will Smith has kinda tipped the scales in his favour right from the start.

You need to work out a marketing strategy that’s a winner long before you get started. Needless to say (but hey, I’m saying it anyway) it will give you the Will Smith advantage. Find out what’s that advantage in this video :)

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  1. Carla says

    These videos are very useful, Sean! And you can tell that you’re always working on getting better and better and experimenting with new methods over time. Congratulations!

  2. says

    Hi Sean,

    I remember a while ago hearing that a well known American popstar was churning out decent music that no-one wanted to hear, he had a rethink, did some research into what the public wanted to hear and changed to that and subsequently became a household name.

  3. says

    Hi Sean,

    Just wanted to let you know I’m really enjoying your videos. Not only are you providing great content, but you’re also giving me the courage and inspiration I’ve been lacking to create my own video series.

    Thanks, and I look forward to more!


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