Early this month I was in London working with my friend Tony Robbins on an information product we will be launching in August called New Marketing Mastery.
While we were chatting, conversation drifted to the US Presidential election. We were having so much fun analyzing the candidates positioning strategy and marketing tactics that we filmed part of the conversation.
The U.S. Presidential election of 2016 has proven to be one of the best marketing case studies in history. Entreprenerus and marketers can learn a great deal from what the candidates are doing.
Marketing strategies and tactics used by the candidates
Donald Trump rose from being a fringe candidate to become the presumptive Republican nominee, beating heir apparent Jeb Bush and more than a dozen other candidates. Meanwhile Bernie Sanders has given Hillary Clinton a run nobody expected.
On June 1, 2016 in London, I sat down with Tony who is a #1 New York Times best-selling author, life and business strategist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. We talked about the marketing strategies and tactics used by the candidates—the good and the not so good.
I speak at Tony’s Business Mastery events. Upcoming programs will be held this summer in Sydney and Las Vegas.