Posts Tagged ‘authenticity’

What’s My Why

What’s My Why Marketing is Broken 21st Century Marketing Paradigm The Importance of Social Media Authenticity and the Journey Facing Forward What is it that I love to do, that makes time disappear? How did I find and harness my passion? What creative ways can I think of to monetise it online? I made a…

Read More

Marketing is Broken

What’s My Why Marketing is Broken 21st Century Marketing Paradigm The Importance of Social Media Authenticity and the Journey Facing Forward It’s made us stressed, broke, and sad. Fat, lonely and stressed. It’s made a society where more is believed to be better, to have over have not. The more we own, the more we…

Read More

21st Century Marketing Paradigm

What’s My Why Marketing is Broken 21st Century Marketing Paradigm The Importance of Social Media Authenticity and the Journey Facing Forward The 21st Century marketing paradigm reflects a customer centric mindset that turns marketers into healers where our role is to cue, restore health, soundness and spiritual wholeness. Guest speaker, Raj Sidodia at the launch…

Read More

The Importance of Social Media

What’s My Why To drive visitors to your site, it’s imperative that you be influential. This is most cost effectively achieved through social media. The overall concept is to intrigue your potential customer, playing on their curious nature so you are able to entice them to visit your website and make a purchase. Trust is essential or no…

Read More

Authenticity and the Journey

What’s My Why Marketing is Broken 21st Century Marketing Paradigm The Importance of Social Media Authenticity and the Journey Facing Forward As an aspiring online entrepreneur, my driving force is gratitude; I live and breathe appreciation. I use new rules in Marketing, based on consciousness and authenticity. Gone are selling and pitching, welcome the greater…

Read More

Facing Forward

What’s My Why Marketing is Broken 21st Century Marketing Paradigm The Importance of Social Media Authenticity and the Journey Facing Forward I’m standing in the backyard swimming pool of my parents house. This house has been my home for the past three years or so. Prior to that, we all lived well and without little,…

Read More