In my last post, “Can Marketing Be Ethical?” I left off by asking how we can give marketing ethics a seat at the table. By table, I was referring to the symbolic table where important business decisions are made.
Most people today believe that marketing is inherently evil, and I get it… Marketing doesn’t exactly have the best reputation. However, the question we’ll seek to answer in this post is not whether marketing is ethical in practice but whether marketing has the ability or potential to be ethical.
The focus of this blog is marketing ethics, so it only makes sense to begin by answering the question, “What is marketing ethics?”
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