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Double Jeopardy Golf Marketing

“Double jeopardy” as defined by Wikipedia.org, is an empirical law in marketing where, with few exceptions, the lower market share brands in a market have both far fewer buyers in a time period and also lower brand loyalty. Double jeopardy…

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Inbound Golf Marketing

Inbound golf marketing is another form of information golf marketing. What you are trying to do here is create as much content that you can put out into the public via social media, blogs, your website, etc., in order for…

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Engagement Golf Marketing

Engagement golf marketing is an excellent way to get key information from your golfers whom you are already servicing. A couple of good examples of engagement golf marketing are surveys and questionnaires. One of the things you want to do…

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Business Networking Golf Course Marketing

Business networking as defined by about.com is a low cost method of marketing used to build new business contacts through connecting with other like-minded individuals. Business Networking is generally done through face to face meetings almost anyplace anytime but is commonly done…

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Golf Marketing Comparative Advertising

Comparative advertising is when you make a direct or indirect comparison of your golf products or golf services with your competitors whether it is a direct comparison or implied comparison advertising. Comparative pricing is perfect when you are promoting niche…

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