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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.”

“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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