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#59: How to stand the f*ck out

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As little as 16% of marketing is remembered and recalled successfully. That means that as much as 84% of marketers’ work is wasted. To capture consumer’s attention we’re told to stand out. To be different. But how? In today’s show, Louis Grenier explains how to be radically differentiated - to capture attention and grow your business.

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