The 'expert' went on to give some basic tips like, clean your windows to let the energy in, clear the front door area and remove clutter which allows the good energy in, open windows so fresh air blows out bad energy, and - you guessed it - allows the good energy in.
Now for sure you want good energy, I'm all for that.
I guess my beef is none of these activities resemble actual 'cleaning'.
I can remove the clutter from the front door, but if the hallway is filthy dirty then I haven't actually cleaned at all.
I can open a window, and light a sage stick to cast off the bad energy, but if there's cobwebs hanging off the walls and the skirting boards are hacky then the room isn't actually any cleaner.
As in, the dictionary definition of 'clean'; free from dirt, marks, or stains.
I'm not saying it doesn't work at all, but it's just 'social media marketing'.
It's not actual 'marketing'. As in the dictionary definition; the activity or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising.
Posting random stuff that a social media gooroo recommends ISN'T Promoting, SELLING or advertising.
It's just posting random stuff.
And it certainly isn't direct response marketing - meaning; Direct response is a type of marketing designed to elicit an instant response by encouraging prospects to take a specific action.
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