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Last year as I was sitting in my office finishing off my work the front door intercom rang. It was on a Friday afternoon and I was already contemplating the weekend and how I was going to spoil myself after a long, busy week.

A lady was standing there all smiles. Handed me a box, said it was a gift and left. I opened it and saw a selection of beautifully decorated mini muffins & cookies. My first thought was it was a thank-you from a client but when I looked at the business card I realised the lady was a caterer doing marketing.

Everything looked so good, I couldn’t help but check out their website on the spot. Turned out she was a boutique caterer offering some really creative and delicious looking bites for specific occasions such as wedding anniversaries and christenings.

I used her services once this year and ended up recommending her to a friend who also availed of her services.

My point – your marketing approach matters, it makes all the difference in fact.

Something I often talk to my clients about – if you want to be different, it has to come through at every step of your client’s journey.

But your first touch point with a prospect is the most important – it is your chance to stand out. Don’t miss it.

How is your marketing different?

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Paul Davis is an acknowledged Executive Confidante & Business Trainer who uses a unique and powerful blend of mentoring, coaching, and consulting, to achieve rapid results in the areas of Business Development & High Results Performance for Business Executives Globally. Contact Paul today to find out how he can help you with your business.

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