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Any one who has ever been to a magic show knows that magic is all tricks, not reality. It is simple entertainment with no lasting value.
Marketers however, new and old alike, are infatuated with the idea that there are magic tricks to make marketing campaigns work. This is the problem, magicians get paid before the show starts, marketers get paid when it's over. The marketers job is to change some ones thinking and persuade them to have a certain point of view. The magicians job is to trick your senses into believing something occurred. You can not create customers by tricking them and then asking for money. You create customers by offering real solutions to problems that the customer will understand and then asking them to buy the solution. If you do the latter you will also create customers who market for you. If you operate as a magician you will create enemies who tell everyone not to do business with you because your delivery is not what it seems.
Don't subscribe to the myth. Real marketing requires honesty, not magic tricks.
Carl coaches small businesses in the development of high quality, profit generating web-solutions. For more on successful use of Internet technology for small business, visit http://www.ceodesign.com or get CEODesign's Free monthly newsletter by sending an e-mail to Mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org