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At its base, marketing failure can be attributed to one of two factors: the wrong strategy or the wrong people implementing that strategy. More often than not, we spend time trying to fix the wrong problem. Many firms can begin to solve marketing issues by first determining which of these two is causing the problem. For instance, if you do a lot of public seminars but lack sales results, you may want to stop doing them.

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