Tell Me If This Is Smart Marketing ! .. Has To Do With The Presidential Candidates

by MoBuck$ 7 replies
I was browsing Comcast News and I came across an Article that I thought was very, very Interesting.

I think this is Truly a way to Market.

Politics News - Obama blames Wall St. crisis on Republican policy

Let me know what everyone thinks after you read it.

Haha - I wish I could have Obama's writer do my Sales Copies !
#main internet marketing discussion forum #candidates #marketing #presidential #smart
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  • Profile picture of the author richpeck
    Haven't read it but slamming your competitors really isn't the best way to position yourself.

    The best way is to promote yourself and your company as being a truly beneficial solution for them. Who cares about your competition. Just make sure you're doing better and you won't have to slam them!
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  • Profile picture of the author vorales
    Hi ,

    I guess when Obama takes over from Bush he did be implementing some policies which would be good for the world as a whole.

    Due to Lehman Bro fall here in asia all the stocks are falling.

    Its just IF USA SNEEZES ALL THE WORLD GETS COLD AND FLU.

    Tomorrow will be another day of Great Depression in Asia, as the Dow is down.
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    • Profile picture of the author MoBuck$
      C'mon warriors...

      No other responces to this, or did it just fall to far behind ?

      Check it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author matthewd
    If you think scare tactics and lying is a good way to market.
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    • Profile picture of the author AndrewCavanagh
      I don't think attacking anyone is smart marketing by either side.

      Ultimately you're going to win a whole lot more points and a whole lot more genuine loyalty by delivering real specific information than by using these non-sensical attacks.

      Kindest regards,
      Andrew Cavanagh
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      • Profile picture of the author MoBuck$
        Originally Posted by AndrewCavanagh View Post

        I don't think attacking anyone is smart marketing by either side.

        Ultimately you're going to win a whole lot more points and a whole lot more genuine loyalty by delivering real specific information than by using these non-sensical attacks.

        Kindest regards,
        Andrew Cavanagh

        I totally agree with that. But don't you think that Obama has a good point though ?

        I mean it's just like selling a digital product... right ?

        You know Obama and McCain have writers who do their speeches, but I truly think that Obama has a point.

        I was honestly on McCains side for a while , just becuase he does have more experience.... but he is kinda like another "George Bush"

        Do we want another "George Bush" as president for the next 4 years ?

        I see it as looking at 2 top notch Digital Products in battle for the highest gravity.

        Do we want the Digital Product that has been around for a while, but using almost the same tactics as others... just with a different Name, or Price Tag ?

        Or.... Do we want the Digital Product that is still "Fresh" with New Tactics ?
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        • Profile picture of the author Chaiwriter
          Originally Posted by MoBuck$ View Post

          I totally agree with that. But don't you think that Obama has a good point though ?

          I mean it's just like selling a digital product... right ?

          You know Obama and McCain have writers who do their speeches, but I truly think that Obama has a point.

          I was honestly on McCains side for a while , just becuase he does have more experience.... but he is kinda like another "George Bush"

          Do we want another "George Bush" as president for the next 4 years ?

          I see it as looking at 2 top notch Digital Products in battle for the highest gravity.

          Do we want the Digital Product that has been around for a while, but using almost the same tactics as others... just with a different Name, or Price Tag ?

          Or.... Do we want the Digital Product that is still "Fresh" with New Tactics ?


          You're kinda losing me.... Is this a political statement supporting Obama or are you talking about IM?

          Any product that doesn't have a decent USP isn't going to sell well. Isn't that Marketing 101?

          There is an Off Topic forum where there's plenty of political discussion going on....


          Chai
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