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That’s what Paudie Fearon of WordPress website development agency, Wibble wanted to talk about when we spoke to him as part of our BlueSky Thinking video series.

BlueSky Thinking is a series where we give people the opportunity to have a good moan about stuff that really gets on their nerves – and every episode surprises us.

Here’s what Paudie had to say on the subject:

“Stop selling services you shouldn’t be selling.”

Other episodes in the BlueSky Thinking series…

In case you’ve missed some of our previous episodes you can catch up at the links below.

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Let’s talk about Influencer Marketing

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Ryan Clarke spoke to us about why influencer marketing winds him up

This was Ryan Clarke’s subject of choice when we spoke to him for the series – find out why Influencer Marketing winds Ryan up.

What’s wrong with marketing job descriptions?

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Gil David spoke to us about the skills being asked for in digital marketing executive job descriptions

This one went down a storm – Gil David of Facebook ads agency, Run DMG talked to us about why he felt marketing job descriptions were on the search for some sort of Unicorn. Watch the video here.

Have you got something to say?

We’re always on the look out for new contributors to the BlueSky Thinking video series so if you’re a marketer who has something they’d like to get off their chest then get in touch with our Creative Director, Peter Craven on Linkedin and he’ll set up a call.

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About the author

Peter Craven is the Founder of The Future of Marketing and Bluesky Video Marketing.

He established BlueSky Video Marketing in June 2017 having spent 20 years in global marketing roles.

Peter is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a volunteer with Young Enterprise Northern Ireland, an avid Manchester United fan (it’s been a tough few years) and a man who stubbornly refuses to accept that he’s rubbish at golf and keeps trying anyway.

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