The surprising ways marketers can learn from their own decisions

MARKETING   |   4 minutes  |   November 30, 2016

Quick: what brand of toothpaste did you brush your teeth with this morning? What kind of coffee did you choose to kick-start your day? When you got dressed, which brands did you choose to become a walking ambassador for?

Like it or not, you started making a series of powerful choices, as a proactive consumer, from the moment you opened your eyes this morning. The exciting thing about that is – as a proactive marketer – those personal adoption choices reveal a lot about building the kind of brand that consumers want to associate with, day in and day out.

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