#164: How to Prevent Email Overload, Headsets.com, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from The Dollar Shave ClubNovember 4, 2012
Episode #164 – How to Prevent Email Overload, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from The Dollar Shave Club
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I just got back from taking my magical marketing mastermind group to Disney World, for a behind the scenes tour, which was awesome. I was also in New York recently where Luci and I came across a great restaurant that used an app that monitored guests who were waiting for a table. Have you experienced any innovations at local restaurants? Share them in the comments below, I’d love to hear from you.
Our viewer question is all about how to get known in a local market. My key advice is to become a celebrity expert. But how do you do that? Watch the episode to find out.
The BIG marketing lesson is all about The Dollar Shave Club. Have you seen their commercial? The video has gone viral. Watch it, and you’ll soon see why.
My thanks as usual to the valuable content provided by Dave Crenshaw and Isabelle Mercier.
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Enjoy the show!
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