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These 3 Marketing Mistakes Are Crushing Your Business

Improve your marketing technique for 2018.
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Running a business is hard, and there are plenty of beginner business pitfalls to avoid. What business marketing advice should you be listening to?

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Eric Siu breaks down three mistakes you might be making that are hurting your business. He starts by advising entrepreneurs to be focused on excellence in one or two ways, not to become distracted or overreach and become mediocre at a lot of things.

Then, Siu takes a look at the best marketing strategies you can use in 2018, plus how to increase brand awareness naturally. 

Click play to learn more marketing strategies.

Related: How to Write Awesome Copy That Can Improve Your Sales

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