How Not To Fail At First Impressions When Marketing

Friday, January 15th, 2016

We are all making snap judgements about people, brands and businesses.

It’s ok to admit it. It’s actually part of our DNA. Call it part of our fight or flight response. We are attracted to certain people, to the way things look and the way things make us feel.

So it makes sense that when we see something or feel something from a person, brand or business we make a snap judgement about them.

And just as you make a first impression about someone or something, so do your prospects about you.

This first impression can come in the form of an ad or commercial, it can be an email interaction or something on social media.

It can also be handing someone a business card or getting a letter in the mail.

The bottom line…

How You Show Up Matters…A Lot.

In this new video, Best-Selling Author Greg Rollett reveals the importance of first impressions and how you can ensure that you don’t turn someone away before you ever get the chance to help them.

What do your first impressions look like?

Where can they be improved?

Do you need help in creating pieces that grab hold of your market’s attention and gets them to understand that your message is important?

For more information, click here to watch this presentation now about hiring Greg and the DNA Marketing Team.

You can also email or call 800.980.1626 for more information.

3 Responses to How Not To Fail At First Impressions When Marketing

  1. Hi! I met Gregg in Hollywood and Lindsay is building my web site now. My plans are to get a book done next perhaps. However, I would like to get some samples of the materials Greg was talking in the video. His one card – two sided about him for sure. I am interested in this area as well.

    My address is:
    Stinson Press, Inc. Attn: Dwayne Foster
    400 Stinson Dr, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
    Phone 573-686-6011

    Thank you

  2. Debby says:

    You make many great points in what makes a great first impression. The quality one presents makes a statement and I hadn’t thought about it until your examples.

    I am looking at business cards and you’ve given me a lot to think about.

    Thanks for all the video’s and ongoing education.

  3. John Jamison says:

    Big thanks from someone who needs to get busy building his brand. You did a great job on an important subject, and I’m really looking forward to seeing your upcoming ‘whiteboard’ video.

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