All Marketers Are Liars: The Power of Telling Authentic Stories in a Low Trust World () is the seventh published book by Seth Godin, and the third in a series. All Marketers Are Liars has ratings and reviews. In “All Marketers are Liars” Seth Godin frames his post TV-industrial complex world of advertising. The indispensable classic on marketing by the bestselling author of Tribes and Purple Cow. Legendary business writer Seth Godin has three essential questions .

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They are framing the story for people who need an excuse to get their cheap spouse to finally get up and go with them to shop for furniture. Stories are the lies consumers tell themselves based on the emotional need they want to fill by acquiring a Godin shows how to use storytelling as marketing. Using numerous anecdotes, Godin shows what makes some marketing campaigns successful and what makes others fail.

Apr 02, Brett rated it really liked it Shelves: Because they weren’t looking. If she doesn’t think she needs a new brand of aspirin or a faster computer, she’s far less likely to notice a new one when it appears. Also by Seth Godin. The same statement was repeated over and over again, without being proven even once.

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I also saw marketerw the inconsistencies when a business wasn’t sure of their own story. In fact, we will seek out additional information to substantiate that point of view while disregarding any information to the contrary.

Marketers succeed when they tell us a story that fits our worldview, a story that we intuitively embrace and then share with our friends. Oct 31, Dan rated it really liked it. This frame works on some people, but not on the folks who drive two hundred miles to an antique fair or redecorate whenever Martha tells them to. People who really want to make their career in marketing should buy this.

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All Marketers Are Liars: The Power of Telling Authentic Stories in a Low-Trust World by Seth Godin

Praise Praise for Seth Godin: Simply Superb, Astonishingly Amazing, Miraclously Marvellous, this book is nothing short of being as one of the best books for our generation and our era.

Writing was clear, if sensational. But the successful ones are the ones that can honestly tell us a story we want to believe and share. So, this is good stuff! Waitress uses soy sauce squirt gun? From page XVI in the Preface:. It’s not enough to find a niche that shares a worldview. That worldview affects three things: I spotted, ho 1 We buy stories, not features.

Everything else is segh a case study. Mar 30, Nataliya Stelmakh rated it it was amazing. Decided not to try it 3. Think of the Dyson vacuum cleaner, or Fiji water, or the iPod.

Being me, I couldn’t help thinking, ‘Wow! We need you to lead us. Last, never hurts to understand some facets of business. As marketers, we know the way we think has everything to do with how we rope in customers. Your opportunity lies in finding a neglected worldview, framing your story in a way that this audience will focus on and going from there.


While those early adopters who have a bias to try the new stuff may have tried it, it doesn’t fit their modus operandi to come back for more. Every part of your story should fit, ’cause you don’t know which parts will be the ones that finally make that critical first impression which may be long after first contact. To insist that their friends give money to a favorite charity? Taking a storytelling view to influence a small group who will then take it mainstream.

I would recommend this interesting read to any marketer looking to differentiate their message and to understand their customer better.

And once they’ve drawn that conclusion, they resist changing it. One of the points that really came across for me was the idea that consumers already have a perception about a brand or product before the advertising message reaches them.

A story that works combined with authenticity and minimized side effects builds a brand and a business for the ages. First impressions start the story. liaes

All Marketers are Liars

It’s ggodin source of profit and it’s the future of your organisation. Shoe fetishists who will wait in line for a limited edition pair of Nikes. Really good thoughts on people’s worldview as well.