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Last Updated on July 30, 2017 by Dan Nedelko
There’s a lot of doing in the day-to-day of the modern marketer, so much so that there isn’t much time to stop and think about our audiences. I’ll be talking about:
- How to build an audience a.k.a the “Minimum Viable Audience”.
- How to identify your existing Audience.
- Why we need to know our audiences.
- The importance of build a relationship with our audiences before we try to make a sale.
Handy References for Building Your Minimum Viable Audience
Props and high fives to Bastian Ernst from WildAudience for his excellent post: I’m building an engaged Audience First before starting my Company – And Why you Should too – I couldn’t agree more.
The See Think Do Care framework by Avinash Kaushik.
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