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Driving Circles Around the Competition: Why Repetitive Marketing Works, Inspired by Indy 500 🔄🏆

Updated: Apr 23


In the fast-paced world of marketing, getting your brand noticed is akin to keeping pace in the Indy 500 race this month! 🏎️ 


The key? Strategic repetition. It’s not just about being seen; it’s about creating memorable imprints on your audience’s mind, ensuring your brand is both recognized and remembered. 


A significant component of strategic repetition is a concept emphasized by the Rule of 7 in marketing, which is a principle that suggests a consumer needs to encounter a message at least seven times before it resonates enough to drive action. This foundational principle is rooted in creating meaningful, repeated interactions that form a lasting impression.


Anyone online can see your business’s social media marketing, whether that be other potential customers, organizations, or business decision leaders, those impressions can lead to conversations or sharing your offerings with potential clients with word of mouth. 


Why repetition matters in marketing 📢


  1. Building brand familiarity

    1. Just like a race car that catches your eye with every lap, consistent exposure to your brand helps build familiarity. When customers feel like they know your brand, they’re more likely to trust it and choose it over competitors.

  2. Reinforcing your message

    1. Each repetition of your message can help reinforce what you stand for. It’s like hearing the roar of a race car as it zooms by; each interaction or repetition strengthens its presence and power. Similarly, when your audience hears your message repeatedly, the core benefits and values of your brand are amplified in their minds.

  3. Ensuring visibility across channels

    1. With numerous digital platforms, from Instagram to your company website, your first interaction with a potential customer could happen anywhere. Consistent messaging ensures that no matter where your audience finds you, they receive the same powerful impression.

  4. Driving impactful action

    1. In marketing, as in racing, timing is everything. Repetitive messaging can be impactful and keep your brand at top of mind, gently nudging your audience toward action when the moment is right.


How to implement repetition effectively ✨

While repetition is powerful, balance is crucial to avoid content fatigue. Here’s how to keep your audience engaged without overwhelming them:


  • Vary the Presentation: Keep the core message consistent but freshen up the presentation with new graphics, content formats, or perspectives to maintain interest.

  • Tailor to the Platform: Adapt the style and tone of your repetitive messages to fit different platforms. What works on Twitter may not suit the professional tone of LinkedIn.

  • Monitor Engagement: Keep an eye on how your repeated messages perform with data analytics. High engagement means you’re hitting the mark; declining interest might mean it’s time to refresh your approach.


Wrapping up 🏁

Think of your marketing strategy as a skilled driver at the Indy500, where repetition is your strategy for staying in the lead. By effectively leveraging repeated exposure, you can ensure that your brand not only stands out but stays memorable in the crowded race of marketing.



So, gear up, get your message ready, and let the power of repetition carry your brand towards the finish line. Remember, in marketing, repetition isn’t only beneficial; it can be the secret strategy for staying ahead and relevant in a competitive marketplace.


Ready to put the pedal to the metal on your branding strategy? Let’s chat! 


At Goaldy, we’re here to help you lap the competition. We encourage you to reach out to us for any questions about social media. 🤝 We offer full social media management, consulting, content creation services, and more to make your brand stand out boldly to competition every. single. time.



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