#71: How to Market Multiple Products Without Confusing Customers

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This is a podcast episode titled, #71: How to Market Multiple Products Without Confusing Customers. The summary for this episode is: <p><strong>What was your favorite episode or actionable step of 2022? Call 615-649-0705 before Friday November, 11 and let us know! Your favorites could be included</strong> <strong>in the upcoming Marketing Mix Tape greatest hits episode closing out the year. </strong></p> <p> </p> <p>Does your company do so much that it’s hard to explain what you offer? If you try to communicate too many things to your audience, they won’t know what to do with your products and services. Instead of becoming a part of people's lives, you’ll go into the “junk drawer” of your audience’s minds! They won’t take action on your offer because they don’t understand where it belongs.</p> <p> </p> <p>In today’s episode, April and J.J. talk with StoryBrand Certified Guide, Stacey Moore, about how companies with multiple products can simplify their marketing and get more conversions. One of the best ways to do this is by creating a website that is strategically designed to communicate multiple offers. Listen in to learn how a multi-product website should be structured differently than a regular one and how a few simple adjustments can make a big difference for your customers!</p> <p> </p> <p>Contact StoryBrand Certified Guide Stacey Moore directly at <em><a href= "https://marketingmadesimple.com/Stacey-Moore-Studio">MarketingMadeSimple.com/Stacey-Moore-Studio</a>.</em></p> <p> </p> <p>--</p> <p> </p> <p><span class="s1">PRE-ORDER DONALD MILLER'S NEW BOOK <em>HOW TO GROW YOUR SMALL BUSINESS</em> AND GET A PROVEN 6-STEP PLAN FOR GROWTH: <em><strong><a href= "https://businessmadesimple.com/how-to-grow-your-small-business/">GrowYourSmallBusiness.com</a></strong></em></span></p> <p> </p> <p>START CLARIFYING YOUR MARKETING NOW AND CREATE YOUR FREE BRANDSCRIPT: <em><strong><a href= "https://www.mystorybrand.com">MyStoryBrand.com</a></strong></em></p> <p> </p> <p>WORRIED THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR MARKETING? GET A CUSTOMIZED PLAN TO FIX IT: <strong><a href= "https://www.StoryBrandMarketingReport.com"><em>StoryBrandMarketingReport.com</em></a></strong></p> <p> </p> <p>STORYBRAND INSTAGRAM: <em><strong><a href= "https://www.instagram.com/StoryBrand">instagram.com/StoryBrand</a></strong></em></p>

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What was your favorite episode or actionable step of 2022? Call 615-649-0705 before Friday November, 11 and let us know! Your favorites could be included in the upcoming Marketing Mix Tape greatest hits episode closing out the year. 

 

Does your company do so much that it’s hard to explain what you offer? If you try to communicate too many things to your audience, they won’t know what to do with your products and services. Instead of becoming a part of people's lives, you’ll go into the “junk drawer” of your audience’s minds! They won’t take action on your offer because they don’t understand where it belongs.

 

In today’s episode, April and J.J. talk with StoryBrand Certified Guide, Stacey Moore, about how companies with multiple products can simplify their marketing and get more conversions. One of the best ways to do this is by creating a website that is strategically designed to communicate multiple offers. Listen in to learn how a multi-product website should be structured differently than a regular one and how a few simple adjustments can make a big difference for your customers!

 

Contact StoryBrand Certified Guide Stacey Moore directly at MarketingMadeSimple.com/Stacey-Moore-Studio.

 

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PRE-ORDER DONALD MILLER'S NEW BOOK HOW TO GROW YOUR SMALL BUSINESS AND GET A PROVEN 6-STEP PLAN FOR GROWTH: GrowYourSmallBusiness.com

 

START CLARIFYING YOUR MARKETING NOW AND CREATE YOUR FREE BRANDSCRIPT: MyStoryBrand.com

 

WORRIED THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR MARKETING? GET A CUSTOMIZED PLAN TO FIX IT: StoryBrandMarketingReport.com

 

STORYBRAND INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/StoryBrand