20 Awesome Marketing Quotes


Throughout the week, I have been researching different presentation ideas. I came across this free online flip book from HubSpot Marketing titled 101 Awesome Marketing Quotes and wanted to share it.

Below are my top picks.

They seemed to really hit home for the work that I love to do each and every day. They may pop up in a presentation or two in the future, depending on the topic, but they seemed to make for a quick and easy blog post.

Check them out as you have time.
  1. "In today's information age of marketing and web 2.0, a company's website is the key to their entire business."
    Marcus Sheridan, Author, The Sales Lion Blog

  1. "No matter what, the very first piece of social media real estate I would start with is a blog."
    Chris Brogan, Founder, New Marketing Labs

  1. "A blog is a great way to connect more deeply with your existing or would-be customers, build a community around your business, give a human personality and "voice" to an organization, evolve your business and relationships in sometimes unexpected or surprising ways."
    Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer, MarketingProfs

  1. "My theory is that in the age of the Internet, it is what you write, not where you write it, that matters."
    Dan Lyons, Marketing Fellow, HubSpot

  1. "Success is making those who believed in you look brilliant."
    Dharmesh Shah, CTO and Co-FOunder, Hupspot


  1. "When you want to change things, you won't please everyone."
    Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook

  1. "For a long time we were taught that our role in communications was, for the lack of a better term, how to lie. Lie about what the company wants out there. Now it is more about how do you tell a compelling story about your company."
    Rick Turoczy, Co-Founder, Portland Incubator Experiment


  1. "The next time you hear a social media myth, question it. Ask for the proof. Ask out loud."
    Dan Zarrella, Social Media Scientist, HubSpot

  1. "Quit counting fans, followers and blog subscribers like bottle caps. Think, instead, about what you are hoping to achieve with and through the community that actually cares about what you are doing."
    Amber Naslund, Best-Selling Author


  1. "The way you can understand all of the social media is as the creation of a new kind of public space."
    Danah Boyd, Social Media Researcher, Microsoft

  1. "Find interesting stories to tell - look to your customers or challenges in your industry. Do not worry so much about talking about your products or services. Build an audience first with compelling stories."
    Tim Washer, Corporate Comedian, Cisco

  1. "Don't build links. Build relationships."
    Rand Fishkin, Founder, SEOmoz

  1. "Worry less about sounding professional and worry more about creating remarkable content that other humans can relate to."
    Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer, MarketingProfs

  1. "Think like a customer."
    Paul Gillin, The New Influencers


  1. "Anyone's job, no matter what your position, is about being effective at accomplishing your company's goals."
    Rand Fishkin, Founder, SEOmoz

  1. "We are all learning here. The best listeners will end up the smartest."
    Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff, Co-Authors, Groundswell

  1. "Authenticity, honesty and personal voice underlie much of what is successful on the web."
    Rick Levine, The Cluetrain Manifesto


  1. "Be passionate about the culture and the business, and remain positive, because it inspires others."
    Barry Libert, CEO, Mzinga

  1. "Companies need connections to their audiences and customers to create that long-term loyalty and trust."
    Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff, Co-Authors, Groundswell

  1. "Faith in yourself, in your friends, in your colleagues, and most of all, faith in your ability to impact our future is the best strategy I know."
    Seth Godin, Best-Selling Author


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