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The Two Sides of the Persuasion Coin

Remember the classic Saturday Night Live sketch? Is it a dessert topping? Is it a floor wax? It’s both! This week, we’ll look at two seemingly very different sides of the marketing and persuasion coin. One side features traditional sales and marketing techniques; the other shows a more educational, audience-building angle — sometimes called a Read More... The post The Two Sides of the Persuasion Coin appeared first on Copyblogger.
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