Small is the New Big: Seth Godin Speaks

December 17th, 2006 |
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You can’t buy attention. And if you want to be big, you first must think small. Those are some of the beliefs held by marketing guru Seth Godin. He helped to illuminate and define the power of the individual in business and society. Thinking small may be the single biggest shift in marketing today, and impressing four people (not four thousand) is how the best companies practice their craft. For many reasons, Godin believes that marketers now have the greatest moment of opportunity since the invention of the television, but taking advantage of the moment requires courage.

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