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The End of Marketing

Humanizing Your Brand in the Age of Social Media

Marketing as we know it is dead. Learn how to spend less time reaching only a limited number of followers and build more time listening to what's relevant to customers, clients and your community.
EAN: 9781398601345
Edition: 2
Published:
Format: 216x138
288 pages

About the book

In today's fragmented and noisy digital ecosystem, more people appreciate the value of authentic marketing and an engaged community than the number of likes on a post or what their favorite brand has on sale. But, in a post-pandemic society, how can brands adapt to the new age of marketing without alienating their customers or clients and losing business? How can companies remain relevant in an era where a TikTok influencer has more impact than a billion-dollar corporation? The answer is to be human.

The End of Marketing revolutionizes the way brands, agencies and marketers should approach marketing to reach today's consumers. Using lessons from celebrities including DJ Khaled, Kim Kardashian, Ja Rule and Kanye West, and organizations such as Marriott, Wendy's, Airbnb, Zoom and others, this book teaches you the framework to help you reclaim organic engagement, develop strategies for engaging customers and become a marketing savage.

This fully updated second edition of The End of Marketing will teach you how to remain digitally relevant in a post-pandemic world where algorithms dominate, organic reach is dwindling and consumers don't want to be sold; they want to be engaged.

About the authors

Carlos Gil is based in Jacksonville, Florida and is an international keynote speaker and award-winning digital storyteller with over a decade of experience leading social media strategy for global brands. Gil's work is featured by Social Media Examiner, Inc. and Entrepreneur Magazine in addition to dozens of trade publications. As a social media consultant, Gil has worked with notable Fortune 500 clients, including Hertz, DocuSign, Western Union, Fiverr, Kay Jewelers and Green Dot Bank. As an influencer, Gil has been hired for campaigns in partnership with Nationwide Insurance, Facebook, Snapchat, MGM Resorts, Southwest Airlines and WeWork.