A few days ago, my INTJ sent me a screenshot of an adorable ad: a sponsored post about how, according to some ragamuffin messenger platform, email was dead.
Stick a fork in it, messenger bots are here to stay.
Thing is, the ad led to an opt-in.
Meaning, the ad about dead email…asks for your email address.
Not exactly the most well-thought-out strategy.
Now, I’m not the one to talk about email specifically—I leave that to marketing miscreants like Ben Settle.
But, I can talk about how a good idea in theory (like, a blog post thumb-tacked to a content strategy plan)…may turn out a complete differently (i.e. poorly as piss) in execution.
Or how your “message” (whether it be your sales script, copy, even your client-onboarding and hiring processes) may be entirely incongruent with what you’re trying to do.
Or, worse, with your customers and clients.
There are a few ways to combat this.
One of them is using Biz Typology—or Personality Type-Based Marketing—in your business, marketing, and sales strategy. And you can, for less than your Netflix subscription.
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