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Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #13: Should you show your product?

The mistake: Focusing too much on showing off your product rather than the value it provides.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #12: Doing all the same things, and adding in new ideas, too

The mistake: Trying to keep up with the “to dos” and add in new strategies, too.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #11: Social media is the key

The mistake: Relying on Facebook—or any social media—to generate new business.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #10: Focusing on the “to dos,” not what can be

The mistake: Not allocating time for long-term thinking when there’s plenty to do for today.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #9: My logo is my brand

The mistake: Believing all you need to build a brand is a logo.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #8: Print is dead

The mistake: Focusing all of your marketing online and ignoring print.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #7: All websites are created equal

The mistake: Believing a successful website redesign is about making it look better.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #6: My five-year old website is fine

The mistake: Assuming the website you’ve had for 3 years is still good for business.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #5: Reduce prices to increase sales

The mistake: Believing that a lower price is the best way to boost sales and grow your business.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #4: Not focusing on the right audiences

The mistake: Not focusing your strategy, message and communication style on the audiences you need to reach.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #3: SEO = Secret Eating Opportunities?

The mistake: Not making use of page titles and page descriptions to enhance your SEO.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #2: My 5-year-old marketing is fine

The mistake: Believing the marketing program that worked five years ago will keep generating results.

Creative Co | Marketing Mistake #1: Using your own perspective

The mistake: Communicating from your own viewpoint instead of stepping into the shoes of your target audiences.