Sep 3 Posted 3 years ago
I like this different perspective between data marketing and seflies, Maxwell. I’d also like to add when we take selfies, we try to filter out the ones that don’t belong in the picture or what doesn’t complement what we portray very well. The same goes with marketing. Basing from the data you collected, you only improve on what’s needed and sometimes we need to eliminate the ones that hinder your strategies to make room for ones that really matter.
Sep 2 Posted 3 years ago
Interesting article Max. It was great going through your article. Liked the point on connecting with audience which is the best p[oint noted in the article.
Thanks for sharing such great views.
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