Special Interview with Joseph Jaffe

In this Marketing Over Coffee:

A special conversation with Joseph Jaffe. We talk about his book “Flip the Funnel

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Show length 37:42

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00:57 What does it mean to Flip the Funnel (Amazon and Flipthefunnelnow.com) and his other books: Life After the 30-Second Spot and Join the Conversation

03:24 The importance of continuity

06:10 Can large organizations make the shift from aquisition focus to customer experience?

10:40 How niche drives you far beyond pareto

14:20 Best Buy’s Blue Shirt Nation (BSN) – Case study for focusing on the internal customer

17:50 Where do the frameworks come from?

21:21 UNM2PNM – FliptheFunnelNow.com and the secret behind the promotion of this book

33:20 The goal of social media is retention, not acquisition. It’s not about the Ad Model.

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4 thoughts on “Special Interview with Joseph Jaffe”

  1. Great interview with Joseph Jaffe. I got many a-ha moments during the show. I like the contrarian attitude to the traditional sales tactics. As an experienced purchaser, “trader in matter & spirit” and a social media enthusiast, Joseph Jaffe’s statements were music for my ears!

    I have to go out and buy the book. But we don’t have any Borders here in Sweden. 😉

  2. Thanks John for the great Jaffe interview! I actually saw him speak at NYU a few months ago. I confess that I direct many of my energies towards acquiring new customers when I could be channeling my efforts towards providing amazing content and experiences for my clients.

    This is going to definitely make me re-think our marketing efforts.


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