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Introduction To Marketing | Marketing 101

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If you’ve ever wanted to know: What
marketing is, how it works and how itapplies to your business, then stick with
me, because in this episode I’m going tobe breaking down exactly what marketing
is, how it all works and why it’s such animportant, if not the most important,
element to business success. Let’s get toit.
Hey there my name is Adam Earhart,marketing strategist and welcome to The
Marketing Show where we help you grow yourbusiness generate more leads, customers,
and sales by making way better marketing,so if you’re interested in learning the
latest and greatest marketing strategies,tools, tips, tricks and tactics, well, you
may want to consider subscribing andhitting that notification bell. Alright, let’s talk marketing, something Ilove to do. As I fell in love with
marketing years ago, when I first gotinterested in figuring out why people
buy and act the way they do and laterhow to influence and persuade
essentially affect human behavior. Because, whether you have a business or
not Marketing happens pretty much everyday. Any time you try to convince friends
or family to see a certain movie or eatat this restaurant or not that or
basically try to convince them to doanything,
Marketing is happening. Also, marketing isreally important to understand, because
you are constantly being marketed to byeveryone from everywhere. From something
as simple as someone trying to sell youa pair of shoes to something a lot
bigger, like buying a new house or movingacross the country or even changing
careers. All of this, requires and usesmarketing. So, with all that said, let’s
dive into it. But first, let’s cover whatmarketing is not, so once we’ve got that
clear, we can cover exactly what it is. Now, I know when I first got involved
with marketing my understanding waspretty limited. I didn’t really have a
clear picture of exactly what marketingwas so I also kind of fell prey to the
notion that marketing was advertising. Well, in reality marketing isn’t
advertising but advertising is marketing. Let me explain. Basically, marketing is a
major business function that’s made upof a bunch of other parts, one of which
of course is advertising, but there’salso a ton others like: PR, market
research, social media, content marketing,search engine marketing or search engine
optimization, pricing and pricingpsychology, copywriting and one of my
personal favorites, direct response ordirect response marketing and quite a
few more. So, saying that marketing isjust advertising and kind of like saying
that finance is just taxes or HR is justhiring people or legal is just not
getting sued. Sure, these are allimportant but there
just one piece of the entire puzzle. Thisis why if you’re just getting started in
marketing can seem pretty overwhelmingwhich is why my suggestion is to find an
area that you find interesting,fascinating, like say social media or
content marketing, start there really getsome roots and branch out later. Alright,
so now that we’ve got that covered,what exactly is marketing? Well, as I’ve
just covered, you know that marketing ismade up of a bunch of different sub
segments things like: content marketing,email marketing and social media, all the
things we talked about. But what exactlyis the nature of marketing, which sounds
like some kind of documentary “The Natureof Marketing” – on this week’s episode of
The Nature of Marketing – Well, one of thefirst things you learn in any first-year
marketing course is the four P´s ofmarketing: product, price, place and
promotion. Product being the detailsaround whatever product or service is
being sold. Price being the price, kind ofobvious, but there’s obviously a lot more
that goes into it than just that. Placeis where the products being sold and
promotion, we’re just kind of the funstuff. This is essentially how you’re
gonna sell more of the product and whatyou’re gonna do to get the word out
about your service and while all of thatis accurate and true and the four P´s do
make up a part of marketing, well, Iprefer a simpler easier to understand
definition. Marketing in its most basicsense, is communicating value to your
customers. It’s essentially answering thequestion of your customers “Why should I
care?” Marketing helps people solve theirproblems by clearly defining and
delivering solutions and reallyexplaining the benefits of the solution
so they can get better results. Marketingis about connecting with people,
understanding their pains and theirproblems and their frustrations, making
them feel understood so that you canposition your business as the solution
to their problems and essentially justmake them feel better and marketing is a
really powerful force. As anyone that’sbeen in business for any length of time
can tell you, it’s not always the bestproduct or service that wins, in fact it
rarely is, rather it’s the product orservice with the best marketing. Like it
or not, that’s just kind of how it workswhich is why having good marketing is
just so important. So my favoritedefinition of marketing is that it’s
communicating value to your customersbut there’s another side entirely that’s
rarely talked about but still equallypowerful and that’s creating value for
your customers. You see, marketing can create value and
your marketing in and of itself can bevaluable. An example could
be a blog post that helps someone out,even before any money has changed hands
or an advertisement someone sees thatbrightens their day and makes them laugh
whether they choose to buy or not or theway that a product or service is
delivered, the packaging let’s say whichis so luxurious and over-the-top that it
makes the customer feel special just forhaving purchased it. You see, economics
assumes that people make buyingdecisions rationally, logically and with
perfect information but this is rarely,pretty much never the case. We as humans
are emotional, often highly illogical andrarely have the full set of facts when
making any decision, which explains whymarketing is so important and so
powerful. After all, if we made all of ourpurchasing decisions based solely on
logic and utility and the value we wouldget from these products, well, the entire
luxury goods market wouldn’t even existbut not all marketing is created equal.
You see, when it comes to marketing likewhen it comes to pretty much anything,
there’s good marketing and there’s badmarketing. Bad marketing is all of the
reasons that marketing gets such a badreputation. It’s that hype, spammy,
over-the-top sleazy salesy icky kind ofmarketing that we all know we’ve all
seen and nobody likes. It’s the stuffthat looks cheap, makes people feel dirty,
even just looking at it and promotes badproducts or bad services that really
helps nobody. It’s the fake countdowntimers you sometimes see on websites the
going-out-of-business sales that neverend and the pushy promotion of useless
products. That’s bad marketing. Goodmarketing on the other hand, helps
customers achieve their goals, makes themfeel better about themselves and has the
power to truly change the world. So myquestion to you is: What kind of marketer
do you want to be? That that was arhetorical question. If you say the bad
guy, I got nothing for you but if you saythe good kind and I know you did, then
make sure to check out this video righthere which I’ve got linked up on the
page which is going to give you evenmore practical and effective marketing
strategies to help take your businessand your marketing to the next level and
way beyond that. Alright, so thanks somuch for watching, make sure to check out
that video now and we’ll catch you nexttime on The Marketing Show


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