The Difference Between Sales and Marketing

I’m often asked what the difference between sales and marketing is. They seem to be the same thing, but they’re not. Marketing is putting yourself out there and telling people what you do and what you sell. Sales is the actual process of interacting with people who respond to your marketing and following through with them from the first contact to the final sale. You need both, although you can survive better on being a better sales person rather than a great marketer. If you can’t close a sale once you have a client, you won’t pay many bills or stay in business long!

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“People share, read and generally engage more with any type of content when it’s surfaced through friends and people they know and trust.” ~ Malorie Lucich

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  1. The elements of marketing changed in the internet age because Internet is literally a network of millions of computers these servers are filled with vast amounts of information. purple cow according to seth Godin book,he says that the key to success is to find a way to stand out by creating the purple cow in the field of brown cows the reason being it will shine out. the purple cow being ‘people’

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