3 Tips for Using Humor to Get Your Business Noticed (60-Second Video)

Here's how to unleash the power of funny.

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By Patrick Carone • Mar 3, 2019

  • Your customers like to laugh as much as you do. Everyone faces an onslaught of social media, email and marketing messages both on- and off line. Adding a touch of humor will help to capture your target's attention.
  • Laughter is a reaction, and reactions are engagement. Engagement lifts the awareness of a brand and typically gets it talked about and remembered.
  • Humor is the best way to go viral. What makes a video go viral are often the stupid, obnoxious, extreme, crazy, stunt-laden and hilarious things about it.

These great tips and more can be found in Market Like You Mean It.

Patrick Carone

Entrepreneur Staff

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Patrick Carone covers all aspects of entrepreneurship, specializing in the automotive, entertainment, hospitality, spirits and cannabis industries.

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