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Why Cartman is a marketing jenius

 

Christian music is easy. Concentration camp. Teaching the pony to bite… What he sold to the Chinese restaurant. Respect my Authority.

If you’re a South Park fan, you’re already cackling about those episodes… and you know where I’m going here.

If you’re not, I’ll try to explain.

Cartman is the rudest 10-year-old boy you can imagine.

Like Donald Trump… but classier.

He says EXACTLY what he means. When he wants.

He’s rude to Jews:
“Hey Kyle, you’re having trouble concentrating. Maybe you should go to concentration camp.”

Women:
“Why does this happen every month? It seems like right about the same time every month, Kyle’s mom gets a bug up her ass about something, and I always end up getting screwed by it.”

Poor people:
“Kenny’s family is so poor that yesterday, they had to put their cardboard box up for a second mortgage.”

And he’s shocking:
(women in MMA?) “I would never let a woman kick my ass. If she tried something, I’d be like, HEY! You get your b*tch ass back in the kitchen and make me some pie!”

But he’s not selective. Everyone’s fair game. He’s an equal-opportunity offender.

And, if you don’t like it, “Screw you guys. I’m going home.”

How can such a love-him-or-loath-him-figure be a marketing genius?

What’s the net worth or Howard Stern, Rush Limbaugh, and Donald Trump?

And how did they get their enormous followings?

By attracting raving fans like an electro-magnet, and repelling everybody else.

By being unique, opinionated, bold, confident, original, and entertaining.

They’re one of a kind.

And their fans can’t get enough of them. Those fans hang on every word.

What’s the moral here?

To make money online:
• Be yourself
• Don’t pull any punches
• Be original
• Be entertaining
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