#18 - Weight Loss Marketing Is False Advertising
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On this week’s, Naomi & Sadie are diving deep into all things fitness and wellness marketing, calling out some of the more manipulative marketing tactics, and sharing how we can be both more conscious consumers AND responsible in our own work of marketing health-based programs & services. We're talking about: why weight loss marketing is false advertising, before & after photos, results-not-guaranteed testimonials, too-good-to-be-true claims, high pressure sales, pain points, and all kinds of other manipulative marketing techniques. Plus, a fun conversation about ridiculous fitness products (Shake Weight, anyone?) and ridiculous diet claims from grocery aisle magazines!

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And if you're a fitness or wellness professional interested in incorporating in your work and your marketing, be sure to check out Sadie's new FREE on-demand mini-course, Wellness Without Weight Loss!

Here's where to find us:
Sadie Simpson: www.sadiesimpson.com or IG @thesadiesimpson
Naomi Katz: www.happyshapes.co or IG @happyshapesnaomi

For this episode's transcript, visit: www.satisfactionfactorpod.com

This episode references:
Emily Eley Coaching
Meg Boggs
Rachel & Sara Turner
Natalie Topalian (The Brand Copywriter)
Katie Kurtz, MSW, LISW-S

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