Deadpool 3 – Marketing Terminology – Podcast Ep. 24

Deadpool 3 – Marketing Terminology – Podcast Ep. 24

We’re wrapping up our three-episode series on marketing. Using Deadpool, we talked about how guerrilla marketing can be used, and then for the sequel, how social media marketing was used to advertise film’s release.

Deadpool 3 – Marketing Terminology

For our third and final installment of the series, we discussed Deadpool 3, marketing terminology, and more about social media marketing.

Have you ever wondered what that marketing buzzword means?

What about Deadpool 3? Will it happen?

Ryan Reynolds says yes. But the creator of Deadpool says no.

“I don’t know. Here’s what people don’t want to hear, but thank God I’m a realist. I feel like Deadpool, the movies, they’ve set sail,” Liefeld said. “We got two brilliant movies, and we live in a culture that always looks forward because all they’re ever selling us is ‘next, next, next.’ It’s the fever.”

Rob Liefeld


The IMDb page has not been updated since 2016, and is almost void of content. 

The last date published was May 2023, with writers, the creator, and Reynolds still attached to the project.


What are the best social media platforms to use for your business?

What do you think is best: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram? What works best for businesses?

This sparked a debate at the Bourbon Brotherhood earlier this week, so we decided to dive in and have our own dicsussion.

Little Bit of FUN: Now for our WHAT WERE THEY THINKING – Segment

Let’s start with campaigns over the last decade.

  • Timing – Ayds Diet Candy (oof. Released before the Aids pandemic)
  • Privacy – Facebook (on purpose developed “Beacon” to sell user data to advertisers, Thanks Facebook)
  • Common senes – Ford/Netflix (don’t compete with yourself) 
  • Netflix – Quickster Rebranding. 
  • Ford – Edsul $400 million lost, and competed with the Mercury car line.

Marketing Terms

What the hell is a marketing strategy? What’s the difference between strategy and tactics? What does a marketer truly do?

Bad marketing results in brand damage, PR disasters, more. 

One example: U2 and the free album debacle – when Apple decided to auto-load U2’s new album onto every users device without consent. The term MUSIC SPAM was coined.

What is digital marketing? 

So many places use buzzwords to sell services, because people LOOK for them. Or they grab your attention for a sale.

Customers often do not understand what they are buying. Simply selling without educating your customers can result in resentment, mistrust, and eventually collapse in the faith of an industry.

We’ve seen this significantly in the field of SEO, and marketing in general.

We’ll break down these terms on the show.

  • Digital Marketing
  • Marketing Plan
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Marketing Channel

Any others that are confusing you know of we can help define? Leave a comment below and we’ll answer on the next episode!

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