Positioning A Purpose

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How do you position an organization in the rapidly changing branding world?

Find your tribe, Pilgrim.

Find a tribe of marketing change agents at business-to-business firms who see the world the way you do.

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Then, it might be wise to define your purpose in a way that resonates with them.

In this case, it’s a manic dedication to transforming companies by understanding how to buck the status quo.

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And just to make things more engaging, you might want to express your unique (and in this case, somewhat quirky) personality and your pupose through a variety of media.

From print,

to social friendage,

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to twitterage,

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to tubbing,

to the blogosphere.

Not to mention a content-driven website that stands out, self-selects and qualifies its prospects.

One that actually says something about how to leverage change to transform brands, organizations and industries.

Of course, you’ll need a strategic and creative process.

Be sure to build it on insights into what motivates your client’s customers and prospects. And communicate them inside and outside their organization.

Add a few over-the-top events.

A viral video doesn’t hurt.

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Neither does an interactive magazine.

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And built it all on a bunch of contrarian ideas for business-to-business marketers found in these three little thought leaders books.

Shift This

Age of Engagement

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(Just click the title for your viewing or downloading pleasure.)

Above all, enjoy the journey, Pilgrim.

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