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Marketing's Sayings By Mark Cuban: On the Internet, there are an unlimited number of competitors. Anybody with a Flip camera On the Internet, there are an unlimited number of competitors. Anybody with a Flip camera is your competition. What makes it even worse is that YouTube is willing to subsidize the cost of your bandwidth. So anybody can create and distribute for free basically, but the real cost is marketing. And that's always the big cost - how do you stand out and what's the cost of standing out? And there's no limit to that cost. — Mark Cuban
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Marketing's Sayings By Tom Hanks: When you're going to try and have people talk in a room and actually reflect When you're going to try and have people talk in a room and actually reflect life as we know it and have people recognize themselves and their own street and their own house in it, well then you're aiming for the high country and it's a much bigger gamble. You can interview all the marketing gurus and the people in charge of, you know, the people you gotta fight with in order to get your seats here, and they all talk about release dates and counterprogramming. At the end of the day, it's gotta be a good movie. — Tom Hanks
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Marketing's Sayings By Steven Fies: Brainstorm your big idea(s). (2 hrs) Identify your product, customer, competition, and sales/marketing strategy. (2 Brainstorm your big idea(s). (2 hrs) Identify your product, customer, competition, and sales/marketing strategy. (2 hrs) Identify your plan for operations, management, capitalization, and finances. (4 hrs) Create a life plan. (4 hrs) Validate your business idea. (8 hrs) Type up your finished business plan. (4 hrs) Execute and follow through on your plan. — Steven Fies
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Marketing's Sayings By Ron Brackin: The Holy Spirit never uses guilt or shame to persuade us to give. For that The Holy Spirit never uses guilt or shame to persuade us to give. For that matter, he never persuades us to give in the first place. That's called manipulation, a device employed by a different spirit. — Ron Brackin
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Marketing's Sayings By Marty Nemko: nothing statusy about being stranded on the road. Designer-label companies charge more because they've spent nothing statusy about being stranded on the road. Designer-label companies charge more because they've spent a fortune on marketing and advertising to build their brand's status, their perceived value. I roll my eyes at people who, for example, wear Facconable shirts or Rolex watches. Right or wrong, I perceive them as so insecure that they need to attempt to appear worthy by silly spending. — Marty Nemko
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Marketing's Sayings By Fred Seibert: My background is that I've spent a lot of time marketing entertainment. One of the My background is that I've spent a lot of time marketing entertainment. One of the old saws in package goods is you can take something that is popular and you can make it more popular. But if you take something less popular, you can't automatically market it into the same success as something that's already popular. — Fred Seibert
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Marketing's Sayings By Susan Cain: Most inventors and engineers I've met are like me - they're shy and they live Most inventors and engineers I've met are like me - they're shy and they live in their heads. They're almost like artists. In fact, the very best of them are artists. And artists work best alone where they can control an invention's design without a lot of other people designing it for marketing or some other committee. I don't believe anything really revolutionary has been invented by committee. If you're that rare engineer who's an inventor and also an artist, I'm going to give you some advice that might be hard to take. That advice is: Work alone. You're going to be best able to design revolutionary products and features if you're working on your own. Not on a committee. Not on a team — Susan Cain
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Marketing's Sayings By Scott Adams: You might think the word "homemade" is just a word we use as a marketing You might think the word "homemade" is just a word we use as a marketing ploy. But what you don't realize is that the staff sleeps here at night. If your tablecloth is wrinkled, that's why. — Scott Adams
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Marketing's Sayings By Michael Flutie: Today they have to be three-dimensional. Technology's changed, the communication, the marketing and advertising community Today they have to be three-dimensional. Technology's changed, the communication, the marketing and advertising community supports beautiful girls that can be articulate and smart. And also Anna Wintour doesn't want to sit next to some girl who can't say two words. — Michael Flutie
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Marketing's Sayings By Jonathan Ive: We won't be different for different's sake. Different is easy ... make it pink and We won't be different for different's sake. Different is easy ... make it pink and fluffy! Better is harder. Making something different often has a marketing and corporate agenda. — Jonathan Ive
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Marketing's Sayings By Stephen Elop: Building on our successful partnership, we can now bring together the best of Microsoft's software Building on our successful partnership, we can now bring together the best of Microsoft's software engineering with the best of Nokia's product engineering, award-winning design, and global sales, marketing and manufacturing, — Stephen Elop
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Marketing's Sayings By Louise Carey: A curiosity: my name, Rem, will someday come to mean a line of text in A curiosity: my name, Rem, will someday come to mean a line of text in a language spoken only by machines. Specifically, it will mean a line that the machines can safely ignore
one that's only there as a mnemonic, a placeholder, for the people who give the machines their orders. A REM line might say something like "this bit is a self-contained sub loop" or "Steve Perlman in Marketing is a shit." The program as a whole rolls on past and around the REM lines, ignores them completely as it takes its shape, moves through its pre-ordained sequences, unfolds its wonders. My mother named me well. — Louise Carey
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Marketing's Sayings By Ava DuVernay: When I'm marketing a film, whether its mine or someone else's, I work with a When I'm marketing a film, whether its mine or someone else's, I work with a great deal of strategy and elbow grease until the job is done. — Ava DuVernay
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Marketing's Sayings By KRS-One: The whole world is conscious. It's just that we become conscious at times, and you The whole world is conscious. It's just that we become conscious at times, and you become conscious when you lose a parent, or just a loved one, period - a wife, a brother, you know. You wake up and say, "Man, it's real. I don't need this pimp gangster stuff anymore, I need something with a little more substance." And there is marketing for that. — KRS-One
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Marketing's Sayings By Richie Norton: If you think it's funny to make fun of the "used car salesman," you better If you think it's funny to make fun of the "used car salesman," you better only buy new and never sell your car. Just sayin. — Richie Norton
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Marketing's Sayings By David Brier: So it comes down to scarcity, one product or service having qualities you won't find So it comes down to scarcity, one product or service having qualities you won't find everywhere or ideally, anywhere. It's the job of every brand to seek that out as their standard, their stamp. — David Brier
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Marketing's Sayings By Tom Kenemore: Business is war and your past clients and customer's great online reviews are your elite Business is war and your past clients and customer's great online reviews are your elite soldiers in battle. — Tom Kenemore
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Marketing's Sayings By Seth Godin: I think it's fascinating to note that some of the most successful organizations of our I think it's fascinating to note that some of the most successful organizations of our time got there by focusing obsessively on service, viewing compensation as an afterthought or a side effect. As marketing gets more and more expensive, it turns out that caring for people is a useful shortcut to trust, which leads to all the other things that a growing organization seeks. — Seth Godin
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Marketing's Sayings By John C. Dvorak: Apple should pull the plug on the iPhone ... What Apple risks here is its Apple should pull the plug on the iPhone ... What Apple risks here is its reputation as a hot company that can do no wrong. If it's smart it will call the iPhone a 'reference design' and pass it to some suckers to build with someone else's marketing budget. Then it can wash its hands of any marketplace failures ... Otherwise I'd advise people to cover their eyes. You are not going to like what you'll see. — John C. Dvorak
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Marketing's Sayings By Norman Ralph Augustine: A recent government publication on the marketing of cabbage contains, according to one report, 26,941 A recent government publication on the marketing of cabbage contains, according to one report, 26,941 words. It is noteworthy in this regard that the Gettysburg Address contains a mere 279 words while the Lord's Prayer comprises but 67. — Norman Ralph Augustine
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Marketing's Sayings By Michael Bolton: There are certain people who have become better artists, but they're brilliant at marketing. I There are certain people who have become better artists, but they're brilliant at marketing. I think someone who's been phenomenal like that is Madonna. — Michael Bolton
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Marketing's Sayings By Noah Kerner: Aesthetic isn't simply about good design for good design's sake. Aesthetic isn't simply about good design for good design's sake. — Noah Kerner
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Marketing's Sayings By Denise O'Berry: Marketing is the lifeblood of your small business. It's what makes the cash pour in. Marketing is the lifeblood of your small business. It's what makes the cash pour in. — Denise O'Berry
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Marketing's Sayings By Felix Sabates: Their marketing strategy had to be changed to the young people. That's who buys the Their marketing strategy had to be changed to the young people. That's who buys the beer. — Felix Sabates
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Marketing's Sayings By Steve Maraboli: 100% of a Guru's marketing plan depends on you holding the belief that you are 100% of a Guru's marketing plan depends on you holding the belief that you are not enough; that you were created less equipped than necessary to fulfill your purpose. What if you let go of that belief and connected with the truth of your innate power to change and shape your life? You ARE enough. You CAN change and shape your own life. Anyone who tells you different is simply lying. Your life has immeasurable potentiality for greatness; act accordingly. — Steve Maraboli
Marketing's Sayings By Kenneth L. Carder: Much in the contemporary church reflects the idolatry of consumerism. Many people join the church Much in the contemporary church reflects the idolatry of consumerism. Many people join the church simply because of what it has to offer them. A "gospel of prosperity" replaces the radical and costly good news of God's new creation in Jesus Christ. Churches become competitors vying for a greater share of the religious market. Evangelism is reduced to a marketing strategy — Kenneth L. Carder
Marketing's Sayings By Brian Tracy: Network marketing itself is always one-on-one. It's also called relationship marketing. You can't recruit en Network marketing itself is always one-on-one. It's also called relationship marketing. You can't recruit en masse through thousands of e-mails. — Brian Tracy
Marketing's Sayings By Ken Kesey: The secret of being a top-notch con man is being able to know what the The secret of being a top-notch con man is being able to know what the mark wants, and how to make him think he's getting it. — Ken Kesey
Marketing's Sayings By Kevin J. Donaldson: What's the best way to ensure your small business makes a profit? Without a doubt, What's the best way to ensure your small business makes a profit? Without a doubt, it's to keep your overhead costs low, and maximize your sales per marketing dollar. — Kevin J. Donaldson
Marketing's Sayings By Zadie Smith: The world is now multicultural the same way the world is round. It's not a The world is now multicultural the same way the world is round. It's not a selling point, it's not a 'quirky' feature, it's not a cynical marketing ploy, it's not an artistic statement, it's not even a plot device. It's a fact, like seedless grapes. — Zadie Smith
Marketing's Sayings By Wynton Marsalis: I worry more about the marketing that's taken hold since the 70s. The Jazz era, I worry more about the marketing that's taken hold since the 70s. The Jazz era, the Swing era, those were huge. Entire decades were named for music. In the 1940s - after World War II - changes in taxation, ballrooms closing, people moving to the suburbs, and the onset of target marketing and the confusion of commerce with art caused some things to happen as a result that have taken us away from jazz and what jazz offers us. — Wynton Marsalis
Marketing's Sayings By Timothy Noah: Steve Jobs was the greatest manufacturer of consumer products of his age. His marketing vision Steve Jobs was the greatest manufacturer of consumer products of his age. His marketing vision put him on par with Henry Ford, and his grasp of the aesthetic component to industrial design far surpassed Ford's. — Timothy Noah
Marketing's Sayings By John Hegarty: Always remember: a brand is the most valuable piece of real estate in the world; Always remember: a brand is the most valuable piece of real estate in the world; a corner of someone's mind. — John Hegarty
Marketing's Sayings By Seth Godin: Content Marketing is all the Marketing that's left. Content Marketing is all the Marketing that's left. — Seth Godin
Marketing's Sayings By Mark Edwards: There's nothing remotely interesting to me about marketing music as a product. There's nothing remotely interesting to me about marketing music as a product. — Mark Edwards
Marketing's Sayings By Alan Ball: It's hard for me to get interested in stories that ignore death, which is what It's hard for me to get interested in stories that ignore death, which is what American marketing culture would like to do: pretend that death doesn't exist, that you can buy immortality; just buy these products, and you'll be forever young and happy. — Alan Ball
Marketing's Sayings By Chad White: Best practices are particularly valuable to those who are unfamiliar with email's unique, often confusing Best practices are particularly valuable to those who are unfamiliar with email's unique, often confusing rules. — Chad White
Marketing's Sayings By Murphy J. Foster Jr.: Microsoft has built loyalty at the end-user level, including upper management, .. That works for Microsoft has built loyalty at the end-user level, including upper management, .. That works for a while in the early stages of a product, but after a couple of years the blush fades from the rose. It's reality versus marketing. — Murphy J. Foster Jr.
Marketing's Sayings By M.J. Rose: I know one writer who has been subscribing authors without their permission and sending out I know one writer who has been subscribing authors without their permission and sending out what she thinks are helpful advice sheets, but they come off as if she's a know-it-all. She thinks she's marketing herself and her work. All she's really doing is turning readers off. — M.J. Rose
Marketing's Sayings By Sky Ferreira: There's people trying to tell me what to do, but I'm not like some marketing There's people trying to tell me what to do, but I'm not like some marketing scam. — Sky Ferreira
Marketing's Sayings By Mike Moran: Search marketing, and most Internet marketing in fact, can be very threatening because there are Search marketing, and most Internet marketing in fact, can be very threatening because there are no rules. There's no safe haven. To do it right, you need to be willing to be wrong. But search marketing done right is all about being wrong. Experimentation is the only way. No one really knows whether that page will rank #1 in Google; no one really knows which paid search copy will get the highest click rate. Even experts can't tell you which content will attract the most links. You just have to try it and see. — Mike Moran
Marketing's Sayings By L.G. Durand: Marketing's illusive promise is that this one product will change your life, make you feel Marketing's illusive promise is that this one product will change your life, make you feel more sexy, satisfy all your heart's desires. — L.G. Durand
Marketing's Sayings By Marc Ostrofsky: In direct navigation, users type exactly what they are looking for in the browser's web In direct navigation, users type exactly what they are looking for in the browser's web address field. This could be the exact domain name or web address. Millions of people do this, emphasizing the need for on- and off-line marketing and branding. — Marc Ostrofsky
Marketing's Sayings By Todd Lieberman: Of course, marketing and publicity does an amazing job of prepping everybody for that, but Of course, marketing and publicity does an amazing job of prepping everybody for that, but there's nothing like sitting there and experiencing the movie. — Todd Lieberman
Marketing's Sayings By Chris Paine: In the case of all the carmakers, there's a certain amount of greenwash. Take Toyota: In the case of all the carmakers, there's a certain amount of greenwash. Take Toyota: They were pushing the Prius while they were meanwhile marketing the hell out of the Sequoia and other models with terrible gas mileage. — Chris Paine
Marketing's Sayings By Dinaw Mengestu: Obviously, in marketing, the best tool is to show the autobiography in fiction. It's inevitable Obviously, in marketing, the best tool is to show the autobiography in fiction. It's inevitable how that happens, but it's generic. Say I've written a story where my sister dies. 'Well, did your sister die?' No, she did not. But people use those straws to grasp at the difference between reality and fiction. — Dinaw Mengestu
Marketing's Sayings By Rosanna Arquette: There will always be some kid who's the new Kurt Cobain writing great lyrics and There will always be some kid who's the new Kurt Cobain writing great lyrics and singing from his soul. The problem is they're not marketing that anymore or putting it out there. — Rosanna Arquette
Marketing's Sayings By Adriaan Brits: Product considerations in Luxury marketing Ultra luxury products are differentiated from ordinary products through unique Product considerations in Luxury marketing Ultra luxury products are differentiated from ordinary products through unique aesthetics. An explanation of the quality is best described through omission of words followed by physical evidence and presentation. The brand's identity should be easily confirmed through a unique sensory experience. A visit — Adriaan Brits
Marketing's Sayings By Millard Drexler: I'm looking for best practices constantly. Apple has beautiful design, beautiful product, incredibly functional. But I'm looking for best practices constantly. Apple has beautiful design, beautiful product, incredibly functional. But mostly it's about picking product, getting behind it, marketing it and introducing it to a customer. What they've done just inspires me. — Millard Drexler
Marketing's Sayings By Jonah Berger: If word-of-mouth pundits agree on anything, it's that being interesting is essential if you want If word-of-mouth pundits agree on anything, it's that being interesting is essential if you want people to talk. Most buzz marketing books will tell you that. So will social media gurus. "Nobody talks about boring companies, boring products, or boring ads," argues one prominent word-of-mouth advocate. Unfortunately, he's wrong. — Jonah Berger
Marketing's Sayings By Ani DiFranco: People used to make records, as in the record of an event, the event of People used to make records, as in the record of an event, the event of people playing music in a room, and now everything's cross-marketing, its about sunglasses and shoes, or guns and drugs that you choose. — Ani DiFranco
Marketing's Sayings By Ryan Lilly: I want my online content to be so good that Google's web crawler stops and I want my online content to be so good that Google's web crawler stops and says "Dayyyum son! — Ryan Lilly
Marketing's Sayings By Dav Pilkey: What happened at the end of our last story is something called misdirection. It's what What happened at the end of our last story is something called misdirection. It's what happens when you are led to believe that something is true, but in reality it's not true at all. Misdirection happens a lot in real life- especially in politics, history, education, medicine, marketing, science, religion, and the Oprah Winfrey Network. — Dav Pilkey
Marketing's Sayings By Jeffrey Zeldman: Marketing is not bragging, and touting one's wares is not evil. The baker in the Marketing is not bragging, and touting one's wares is not evil. The baker in the medieval town square must holler, 'Fresh rolls!' if he hopes to feed the townfolk. — Jeffrey Zeldman
Marketing's Sayings By Ben Goldacre: In medicine, brand identities are irrelevant, and there's a factual, objective answer to whether one In medicine, brand identities are irrelevant, and there's a factual, objective answer to whether one drug is the most likely to improve a patient's pain, suffering and longevity. Marketing, therefore, one might argue, exists for no reason other than to pervert evidence-based decision-making in medicine. — Ben Goldacre
Marketing's Sayings By Phil Cooke: Social media isn't about "marketing" your church or message; it's about "connecting" with people who Social media isn't about "marketing" your church or message; it's about "connecting" with people who want to make your story part of their story. — Phil Cooke
Marketing's Sayings By Christian Bale: If something's true and sincere, it happens regardless of marketing. The more I talk about If something's true and sincere, it happens regardless of marketing. The more I talk about it, the more I'm telling people how they should react. And that is an asshole. — Christian Bale
Marketing's Sayings By Kevin Smith: You can have 10 bucks to 10 million bucks and if you got a crew, You can have 10 bucks to 10 million bucks and if you got a crew, imagination and a lot of people willing to turn in some work next to nothing, you going to have a feature. But you can't get beyond how expensive marketing the movie is, it's so crushing. — Kevin Smith
Marketing's Sayings By Moby: There are a lot of musicians who are still desperately trying to pretend that it's There are a lot of musicians who are still desperately trying to pretend that it's 1998 and by having a huge marketing campaign, they somehow believe that they can sell 10 million records. That's delusional. No one sells 10 million records. The days of musicians getting rich off of selling records are done. — Moby
Marketing's Sayings By Walter Isaacson: In a bravura demonstration of stonewalling, righteousness, and hurt sincerity, Steve Jobs successfully took to In a bravura demonstration of stonewalling, righteousness, and hurt sincerity, Steve Jobs successfully took to the stage the other day to deny the problem, dismiss the criticism, and spread the blame among other smartphone makers.". "This is a level of modern marketing, corporate spin, and crisis management about which you can only ask with stupefied incredulity and awe: How do they get away with it? Or, more accurately, how does he get away with it?" Wolff attributed it to Jobs's mesmerizing effect as "the last charismatic individual." Other CEOs would be offering abject apologies and swallowing massive recalls, but Jobs didn't have to. "The grim, skeletal appearance, the absolutism, the ecclesiastical bearing, the sense of his relationship with the sacred, really works, and, in this instance, allows him the privilege of magisterially deciding what is meaningful and what is trivial. — Walter Isaacson
Marketing's Sayings By Evangeline Lilly: When I got old enough to date, I realized that Valentine's Day is just a When I got old enough to date, I realized that Valentine's Day is just a commercial marketing scam to make men feel bad. So I let my boyfriends off the hook. — Evangeline Lilly
Marketing's Sayings By David Meerman Scott: Marketing is not about your agency winning awards. It's about your organization winning business. Marketing is not about your agency winning awards. It's about your organization winning business. — David Meerman Scott
Marketing's Sayings By Peter Drucker: Marketing is not a function, it is the whole business seen from the customer's point Marketing is not a function, it is the whole business seen from the customer's point of view. — Peter Drucker
Marketing's Sayings By Laura Busche: In today's saturated marketplace, you'll go nowhere selling a "bunch of features." We are in In today's saturated marketplace, you'll go nowhere selling a "bunch of features." We are in the business of disrupting the market with brands that matter. — Laura Busche
Marketing's Sayings By Beth Comstock: There is a shotgun wedding going on and its between Marketing and IT. Finance's worst There is a shotgun wedding going on and its between Marketing and IT. Finance's worst nightmare — Beth Comstock
Marketing's Sayings By Esperanza Spalding: The music that I make is pretty sincere; it's from my heart and I love The music that I make is pretty sincere; it's from my heart and I love it, and what just happened is more people have started to connect with my heart, and I haven't followed some kind of marketing scheme, — Esperanza Spalding
Marketing's Sayings By Jen Sincero: Even if they all have the same desire to succeed, create beautiful marketing materials and Even if they all have the same desire to succeed, create beautiful marketing materials and do similar things, it's the ones with the proper mindsets who will succeed. The ones who kick ass are the ones who can see themselves kicking ass, who truly believe in themselves and what they're selling, who remind themselves how much they want to better people's lives with their coaching, who are excited to get compensated for selling it and have no limiting, subconscious beliefs holding them back. The ones who feel weird or who worry that they're being pushy and annoying or who subconsciously believe that they don't deserve to or can't succeed - they're not gonna do so good. — Jen Sincero
Marketing's Sayings By David Brier: Consumers today have become a cynical mob of buyers who believe the reviews and ratings Consumers today have become a cynical mob of buyers who believe the reviews and ratings of complete strangers much more readily than your brand's promises and distinctions. — David Brier
Marketing's Sayings By Suzanne Collins: I'm thrilled with the work Tim Palen and his marketing team have done on the I'm thrilled with the work Tim Palen and his marketing team have done on the film. It's appropriately disturbing and thought-provoking how the campaign promotes 'Catching Fire' while simultaneously promoting the Capitol's punitive forms of entertainment. — Suzanne Collins
Marketing's Sayings By Seth Godin: Marketing is a contest for people's attention. Marketing is a contest for people's attention. — Seth Godin
Marketing's Sayings By Richie Norton: There's no "get rich quick." There's no "overnight success." However, this doesn't mean that when There's no "get rich quick." There's no "overnight success."

However, this doesn't mean that when you decide to start a business that you're just starting. You could start making new money tomorrow.

I was fishing with my son and taught him that you can't catch a fish unless your line is in the water. A truth my dad once taught me.
You may have spent years learning a skill or creating a product or service that you just simply haven't thought to monetize. Like leaving a fishing pole on the ground along side the river, but not having your line in the water yet.

All you need to create a new stream of income is to make something consumable and offer it at a price that someone will pay.

If you're not making offers, you're not making money.

Get your line in the water! — Richie Norton
Marketing's Sayings By Julie Ann Dawson: Stop thinking "Outside the box" and look what is actually in the box first. You Stop thinking "Outside the box" and look what is actually in the box first. You jump around from marketing gimmick to marketing gimmick without a clear plan or goal, hoping to reproduce someone else's success without understanding all of the nuances and factors that went into that success. Further, people are so busy recreating the wheel that they have forgotten what the wheel looks like. — Julie Ann Dawson
Marketing's Sayings By Ryan Lilly: Social media is not just a spoke on the wheel of marketing. It's becoming the Social media is not just a spoke on the wheel of marketing. It's becoming the way entire bicycles are built. — Ryan Lilly
Marketing's Sayings By Richie Norton: Ever feel like you're always winding up and never throwing it out? You might blame Ever feel like you're always winding up and never throwing it out? You might blame it on perfectionism or procrastination or preparation. You may even call it prudent. But whatever it is...IT'S NOT WORKING. I call this phenomenon "petrified performance." Where you're busy, busy, busy (on the wrong activities or the right activities for too long), and never accomplishing the idea or task you set out to do. You're stuck. Like a tree that once was lively is now dead and immovable like a stone. What once was a fluid idea is now frozen in time. How do you overcome petrified performance? With practice, silly. Everything you do should be considered a "project" because projects have a beginning and an end with a timeline. No more dreaming. Wake up and put those dreams to work by putting the steps necessary to make them happen on the calendar. Are you willing to practice? That's my prescription. — Richie Norton
Marketing's Sayings By Karen Traviss: Whether I build a character from the ground up or develop one, whether within my Whether I build a character from the ground up or develop one, whether within my own copyright or in licensed work, I can step into that character's mind. It takes a kind of voluntary dissociation akin to method acting, military planning, marketing, or detective work: to think like the other guy and work out what he's going to do next. — Karen Traviss
Marketing's Sayings By Tom Kenemore: If you are in a competitive industry, great online reviews are not just nice to If you are in a competitive industry, great online reviews are not just nice to have, they are a requirement! — Tom Kenemore
Marketing's Sayings By Daniel Lyons: My theory is that in the age of the internet, it's what you write, not My theory is that in the age of the internet, it's what you write, not where you write it, that matters. — Daniel Lyons
Marketing's Sayings By Seth: Remarkable marketing is the art of building things worth noticing right into your product or Remarkable marketing is the art of building things worth noticing right into your product or service. Not slapping on marketing as a last-minute add-on, but understanding that if your offering itself isn't remarkable, it's invisible. — Seth
Marketing's Sayings By Michael Winslow: If you are handed something, it's a blessing and a curse. Look at hip hop If you are handed something, it's a blessing and a curse. Look at hip hop artists, they produced everything themselves. Even people like Robert De Niro are getting into production. Again, it's art vs. marketing. Not everyone can take the risk. You have to break a few eggs to make a good omelet. — Michael Winslow
Marketing's Sayings By Steve Garfield: You've probably got a device on you that can shoot decent video, so what's stopping You've probably got a device on you that can shoot decent video, so what's stopping you? — Steve Garfield
Marketing's Sayings By Guy Kawasaki: A large social-media presence is important because it's one of the last ways to conduct A large social-media presence is important because it's one of the last ways to conduct cost-effective marketing. Everything else involves buying eyeballs and ears. Social media enables a small business to earn eyeballs and ears. — Guy Kawasaki
Marketing's Sayings By Lynn Jurich: For a lot of people, one of the reasons they don't like to work for For a lot of people, one of the reasons they don't like to work for founders of startups is that they can be sensitive and protective around what they've built. You have an emotional attachment to the early marketing and technology materials, and you don't want to hear that anything's wrong with them. — Lynn Jurich
Marketing's Sayings By Anonymous: RUSH: You know I'm glad you called about this actually because I was just asking RUSH: You know I'm glad you called about this actually because I was just asking my chef the other day -- who uses sea salt, by the way. Yu should know. My chef uses sea salt, and I asked, "What's the big deal with this? I mean, how's this any different than the other salt? I mean, why are we taking this stuff out of the sea? I mean, I didn't think we could eat that kind of salt. What's the big deal?" She said, "You know, all it is, it's just marketing, it's just to make the rich think they're getting something special. And it's not ground as fine as Morton's table salt is. It's just a game." She said, "You know, I just do it because it actually takes less of it since it's bigger chunks of it and so forth." But I had not heard of any threat to the environment over this. CALLER: Well, — Anonymous
Marketing's Sayings By Naomi Klein: Like so much of cool hunting, Hilfiger's marketing journey feeds off the alienation at the Like so much of cool hunting, Hilfiger's marketing journey feeds off the alienation at the heart of America's race relations: selling white youth on their fetishization of black style, and black youth on their fetishization of white wealth. — Naomi Klein
Marketing's Sayings By Diane Ravitch: Unless the schools provide our children with a vision of human possibility that enlightens and Unless the schools provide our children with a vision of human possibility that enlightens and empowers them with knowledge and taste, they will simply play their role in someone else's marketing schemes. Unless they understand deeply the sources of our democracy, they will take it for granted and fail to exercise their rights and responsibilities. — Diane Ravitch
Marketing's Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: I tend to be pretty efficient with my time. I work on a novel for I tend to be pretty efficient with my time. I work on a novel for four to five hours a day, and then the rest of my day is spent doing other things, whether it's spending time with my family, or going through and making notes on the script, or working on the marketing. It's just a matter of scheduling. — Nicholas Sparks
Marketing's Sayings By Gail Honeyman: The streets were all named after poets - Wordsworth Lane, Shelley Close, Keats Rise - The streets were all named after poets - Wordsworth Lane, Shelley Close, Keats Rise - no doubt chosen by the building company's marketing department. They were all poets that the kind of person who'd aspire to own such a home would recognize, poets who wrote about urns and flowers and wandering clouds. Based on past experience, I'd be more likely to end up living in Dante Lane or Poe Crescent. — Gail Honeyman
Marketing's Sayings By John Hegarty: The first lesson of branding: memorability. It's very difficult buying something you can't remember. The first lesson of branding: memorability. It's very difficult buying something you can't remember. — John Hegarty
Marketing's Sayings By Ofra Strauss: As a brand, Ahla is one of Strauss-Elite's strongest. But we need to do a As a brand, Ahla is one of Strauss-Elite's strongest. But we need to do a lot of marketing in order to regain market leadership. I have no doubt that we will do that, even if it takes time. — Ofra Strauss
Marketing's Sayings By Sebastian Junger: The economic and marketing forces of modern society have engineered an environment ... that maximize[s] The economic and marketing forces of modern society have engineered an environment ... that maximize[s] consumption at the long-term cost of well-being, — Sebastian Junger
Marketing's Sayings By David Grimes: Video marketing is the most effective way for you to get someone's attention and engage Video marketing is the most effective way for you to get someone's attention and engage them for a substantial period of time. Keeping someone engaged is the best and quickest way to gain their trust. Gaining trust is the only way to convert your audience into happy, long-term clients/customers/subscribers. — David Grimes
Marketing's Sayings By Trent Reznor: I'll name check Radiohead on thisthey've done a pretty suave marketing plan on this new I'll name check Radiohead on this
they've done a pretty suave marketing plan on this new record. I think generally it's been a pretty cool thing, but what they've done is used those (sales) numbers in a way that they can spin them anyway they want cause you don't know what they are. — Trent Reznor
Marketing's Sayings By Douglas Wilson: I see the same coffee table everywhere. It's mass marketing. I see the same coffee table everywhere. It's mass marketing. — Douglas Wilson
Marketing's Sayings By Alexander Payne: Marketing has supplanted story as the primary force behind the worthiness of making a film, Marketing has supplanted story as the primary force behind the worthiness of making a film, and that's a very sad thing. It's film only as a function of consumerism rather than as an important component of our culture, and that's everywhere around the world. — Alexander Payne
Marketing's Sayings By Richie Norton: How to "change the world" in two words: S.T.A.R.T. N.O.W.1. START - Serve. Thank. Ask. How to "change the world" in two words: S.T.A.R.T. N.O.W.

1. START - Serve. Thank. Ask. Receive. Trust.

2. NOW - No Opportunity Wasted — Richie Norton
Marketing's Sayings By Sarah Schulman: There is something inherently stupid about gentrified thinking. It's a dumbing down and smoothing over There is something inherently stupid about gentrified thinking. It's a dumbing down and smoothing over of what people are actually like. It's a social position rooted in received wisdom, with aesthetics blindly selected from the presorted offerings of marketing and without information or awareness about the structures that create its own delusional sense of infallibility. Gentrified thinking is like the bourgeois version of Christian fundamentalism, a huge, unconscious conspiracy of homogenous patterns with no awareness about its own freakishness. The gentrification mentality is rooted in the belief that obedience to consumer identity over recognition of lived experience is actually normal, neutral, and value free. — Sarah Schulman
Marketing's Sayings By Alexei Maxim Russell: People always knock what's new but I love the modern Internet, where cleverness is currency. People always knock what's new but I love the modern Internet, where cleverness is currency. Social media is a cleverness meritocracy. We're living in it. — Alexei Maxim Russell
Marketing's Sayings By Henry Rollins: It's hard to get people at a record company to talk about music. They don't It's hard to get people at a record company to talk about music. They don't seem to want to talk about music, it's all marketing, and that's part of a record, you gotta get it out there, people have gotta hear it, but you could do it in a way that's not repulsive. — Henry Rollins
Marketing's Sayings By Marilyn Waring: Men won't easily give up a system in which half the world's population works for Men won't easily give up a system in which half the world's population works for next to nothing ... [and recognizes that]precisely because that half works for so little, it may have no energy left to fight for anything else. — Marilyn Waring
Marketing's Sayings By Charlene Li: Twitter is not a technology. It's a conversation and it's happening with or without you. Twitter is not a technology. It's a conversation and it's happening with or without you. — Charlene Li