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Positive Self Image

Published on 3/27/2013
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More than likely if you are in IBOtoobox you are probably marketing something. Within IBOtoolbox you may use press releases, ads, or perhaps just Wall entries. Whatever you use, you certainly want it to be perceived favorably by the reader. Certainly there are many things that contribute to how the reader will react to your marketing piece. The state that the reader is in when he is first exposed to your marketing piece could certainly affect how he perceives it. Perhaps the reader is busy, thinking about something else, or just feeling uneasy. You can't do much about that. What about the state you are in when you create your marketing piece? Are you feeling bold enough or creative enough? Can your state even be controlled? Yes, your current self image can certainly affect your campaigns. I also believe your personal interactions with potential customers could also be affected even to a greater extent. I saw an interesting video about how body language can affect not only how others see us but also how we see ourselves. It is worth a look. I am not a marketing anything with this press release. This is just something I came across that I thought could be beneficial to the many marketers on IBO. Here is the link: It is well worth your time.
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