MSL 020: Why Boobies, Girls, Liquor, and a Red Carpet Made Us $75,549.47

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This might end up being one of our most popular episodes.  Don’t let the title offend you.  There is pure gold in this episode of Think Tank Thursday. In this episode, Jeff reveals a hilarious marketing strategy that brought in $75,549.47 in sales.  You don’t wan to miss this one!

Why Boobies, Girls, Liquor, and a Red Carpet Made Us $75,549.47

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  • Dana

    Reply Reply August 23, 2014

    This is great! Awesome tip on how to massive invite on FB and what I found really awesome was getting into your mind and how you ran your ads to get clicks. Your train of thought is out of the box! The visual on this blog, of course, is exactly what you are giving me in this MSL which I LOVE!

  • Britanica

    Reply Reply August 26, 2014

    That is amazing how something simple as boobs gets that much attention. I am not a guy so I don’t understand it but I guess sex and body image truly sells. lol Businesses do this all the time, every day. Think about food commercials for example. I can’t remember the restaurant, but they have that model and Paris acting slutty on a car. I can bet if I was a man, I would remember that place and want to eat there. It is brainwashing to a point.

  • Jessica

    Reply Reply August 29, 2014

    This is fantastic! This is very similar to how I have marketed my business for a long time! The clients I have are primarily males also so if I bring the beautiful girls the guys will come naturally. I have gotten a lot of criticism before but it is true that sex sells. I laughed and smiled along while listening to your show. I had not thought of running ads of the girls in front of the people first. That is a really interesting strategy.

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