We like bursting bubbles here on ‘The Pete Godfrey Persuasion Show’…
There’s a lot of crap flying around out there in the world of marketing…a lot of marketing myths.
Pete’s goal is to expose those myths for you…so you don’t get sucked in.
So, consider today’s show a giant pin…and another big, fat, marketing myth-bubble burst.
See, lots of folks seem to confuse popularity with money.
Popularity should NOT be confused with money in the bank.
But some people?
Well, they seem to think that a handful of Facebook likes and a few dozen comments means someone’s rolling in the green stuff…
That’s all utter BULLSHIT.
In today’s show you’ll hear why.
You’ll discover why money should NEVER be confused with popularity.
Prepare to have your mind blown, my dear podcast listener.
Tune in now and discover:
- Why you should NEVER confuse money with popularity
- Pete’s objective for strategic Facebook posts…
- Respect vs. being liked…
- Why ‘tricks’ don’t matter
- And bunches more provocative and valuable tid-bits for your ears…tune in now
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