It first starts by having a remarkable product or service that people actually want to spend money on. Then you must deliver a great experience, an experience they’ll talk about. Your customers want to talk about your company. Give love by changing their day/situation.
Ask yourself, “How can I make a customer of ours smile?"… now go do that.
You can measure change, influence and love, but it takes years. It’s hard to spot and you probably won’t notice a sudden change. It’s there, it happens, slowly.
It’s human nature to want to see the instant affect of your money and energy. Why? Because those are easy actions to setup and track, avoid the instant metric. Marketing with instant gratification doesn’t stick, after all it’s instant and instantly forgotten as well.
If you wanted it to build a product you’d find a way to get time to work on it. If you really wanted to start that new hobby you’d sacrifice something to find the time and money to do it.
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