Tag Archives: differentiation

No two services are exactly the same

They can’t be, they are delivered at different times by different people, circumstances alone dictate that they must differ. When you ask a director/partner of a service company, “What makes your service different?” you often get an unclear response. “Honestly, … Continue reading

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The power of one

Good marketing starts with good positioning. Here are some very simple things you must do to achieve success for each project or campaign. Make noise to establish your business in the minds of your customers – PR and social media … Continue reading

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Do the hardest things well

If you’re being specific and limiting your service offering to one thing, you would be wise to aim high. Why? If your business is going to be known for something then you should aim to do the hardest thing better … Continue reading

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Differentiators that don’t work

When you explain why a client should use your services, make sure you don’t roll-off the following “differentiators”.  Why?  Because they are trite, overused and ineffective.  My next blog post will cover the differentiators that you should use.

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