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Why Your Business Needs the Donald Trump Communication Strategy

According to these are the "Three (3) Communication lessons that businesses can learn from Donald Trump". Going by his new ambition to become the next president of the United States of America, as we enjoy watching his eclectic style, these 3 styles stand out.

They are Differentiating Yourself from the competition - in this case he labels leadership of his country as incompetent and horrible, garnering bad press but much publicity, secondly Seek Opportunities for Publicity - he attracts the press with bad comments but validates his campaign with it, thirdly Create an indisputable reputation - he is already a Trump product, so we need to also be a brand for our businesses to soar.

These were the strategies I learnt from what they wrote. Do you agree this will work for any business?


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