The Brain Dead Simple Explanation of Marketing

In 5 simple definitions:

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You’re at a party. You see an awesome girl. You approach her and say: “I’m great in bed.” – That’s direct marketing.

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You’re at a party with your friends. You see an awesome girl. One of your friends approaches her and says: “He’s great in bed.” – That’s advertising.

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You’re at a party. You see an awesome girl. You approach her and ask for her phone number. The next day you call her and say: “Hey, I’m great in bed.” – That’s telemarketing.

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You’re at a party. You see an awesome girl. You get up, adjust your tie, approach her and ask if you could buy her a drink. You engage in a conversation, you’re polite, funny and interesting. You’re a gentleman. You give her a ride home and then you say: “And by the way… I’m great in bed.” – That’s Public Relations.

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You’re at a party. You see an awesome girl. She approaches you and says: “I’ve heard you’re great in bed.” – That’s a brand.

So what is the thing you really wanna have? 😉

(A clarification. I’m not the author of this concept. I’ve stumbled upon it on the internet some time ago, but unfortunately I can’t point out the person who came up with this.)