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Meet Their Needs: Using Influence and Motivation In Marketing

Noah Rhodes June 29, 2014
Source: B2B Community

Five star general and 34th president of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower, is credited with saying, “Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.”

To influence someone doesn’t mean that you make the decision for them. Rather, it means that you present persuasive reasons for them to make a decision that you want them to make. They’re still deciding, you’re just helping them make your decision.

Basically, you show them why they should be motivated.

If you’re trying to get people to make the decision to click your link, read your blog post, download your eBook, subscribe to your feed, request your quote, buy your product, or purchase your service, you must influence them in a way that makes them motivated to do so.

If you’re trying to get people to make your decision, you must influence them in a way that makes them motivated to do so.

What would you like to motivate your customer and clients to do? How does this align with your business goals? How would this help you meet your business goals.

Understanding your clients customer and clients goals are important part of how we help you craft a brand and marketing strategy that speaks to your business goals.

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