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The Real Secret to Marketing Success…...

Friday, October 30th, 2015 by Charlie Hutton,

Oct 30

Categories: Marketing Help

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Have you ever noticed how many business growth products and services are sold under the premise of revealing THE BIG SECRET?

Newsflash – and please don’t hate me for saying this, but…

…There aren’t any real secrets.

There’s simply stuff you know and stuff you don’t know yet.

And that’s about it.

If there is a secret, it’s as plain as day and hidden right underneath your nose.

In fact, you’ve seen it a hundred times or more.

Maybe even a thousand times.

It’s the “secret” to BIG BIG BIG money.

But like I said, it’s not a secret.

Can you guess what it is?

Build a tribe (AKA a marketable list).

That’s it.

Build a following, a tribe of people who like you and trust you.

Contact them in social media, on your blog and through your list.

Be their advocate. Their champion. And also their guy or gal next door.

Find out what they want. Be one of them. Like them and love them. And sometimes send them dynamite offers that make you bank.

Build your empire.

Have a fleet of products & servvices and a name people know and love.

But start it all by deciding exactly who your tribe is, and then focus focus focus on finding and growing your tribe.

Don’t get distracted.
Don’t get distracted.
Don’t get distracted.

Focus on building your tribe and being their “go-to” person with all the great info and insight, the guy next door who is just like them.

This is the “secret” to becoming a smashing success online.

I hope you’re not disappointed. Really, you should be ecstatic.

Because anyone – ANYONE – can do this.

Especially YOU.

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Cover Photo by Michelangelo Carrieri and covered under Creative Commons

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