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What’s the Difference Between Building a Community and Building an Audience?

It always strikes me as a little misguided to hear marketers talk about their “audience.” First of all, unless you are a performer or an orator, the people to whom you are hawking your wares are not an audience except in a metaphorical sense. Second of all, that metaphorical sense itself betrays a misunderstanding of how marketing [...]
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