Choose a Keyword For Your Business

What do customers think of when they think of you?
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Two customers cannot own the same word in a prospect's mind. Federal Express can own "overnight" but it can't own "worldwide." DHL owns "worldwide." Don't try to usurp a word that's already associated with another company; find a word that no other company owns. That's easier than trying to muscle in on someone else's territory.

Excerpted from 303 Marketing Tips: Guaranteed To Boost Your Business

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