Where’s the line?

I used to be really passionate about brand development & brand management. I liked how brands can form a personality and I admired the great brands that live on forever.

Further down the road, I became more and more familiar with the insides of marketing, continuously trying to increase revenue of the company I work for through marketing, advertising & branding. Until I arrived to this point where I ask:

Is this really necessary? Why can’t people decide for themselves what do they really need?

Who are we (marketeers) to show them what’s good for them and try to influence them?

Why do we need to create new needs & wants?

Why do we seek the gap between dream & reality and then exploit it to our advantage?

Where does marketing ends and lying starts?

Where do we draw the line?

I haven’t figured out the answer. What do you think?


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