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4 Marketing Myths That Zap Away Trust

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Host Kelly Galea interviews guest Kristen Beireis for this episode of "From Corporate to Creative" where you’ll discover how marketing myths could be zapping crucial trust right out of your business.

It’s overwhelming trying to figure out what marketing strategies to learn and then put them into practice.  It’s difficult to figure out how to talk about your business, let alone put out a newsletter, blog, ad campaign or other marketing.  How in the world are you supposed to do this?  How many marketing gurus do you have to hire to get it right?

What you may not know is that the overwhelm comes from a trust issue.  As you know, people won’t buy from you unless they know, like and “TRUST” you. There are critical, hidden places where you may not be trusting yourself.  You have to trust yourself before others are going to trust you.  Then you have to make sure your marketing is constantly building trust, not breaking it down.  When the trust breaks down, you miss out on your true potential for bringing clients into your business.

How do you increase your trust factor?  Find out on this episode about the 4 Myths That Zap Away Trust with Trust-Building In Marketing Expert Kristen Beireis.  Here’s what we’ll cover:

  • What you're missing out on that could boost your marketing results
  • A Magical Marketing Myth that could be making you miserable
  • A way to enjoy the process of reaching your dream instead of struggling to get there
  • One thing you can do now to help improve your conversion when you talk about your business
  • How to create more referrals by shifting your niche

…and yes, all of this has to do with trust-building in marketing.

Join us for this episode to hear more.

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