A systemic problem in marketing is that we often talk about our expertise and differentiators, flaunting our knowledge and uniqueness. Everything is unnecessarily complex, and the elitist attitude is prevalent. We use countless acronyms, and we’re on to the next industry trend as soon as the layperson begins to understand what the last one meant. “Simple” and “clear” is not how one would describe us.
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