IS IT UNETHICAL TO MARKET A PRODUCT YOU DON’T LOVE?

MARKETING A PRODUCT YOU LOVE

THE ETHICS OF MARKETING A PRODUCT YOU DON’T LOVE

IS IT UNETHICAL TO MARKET A PRODUCT YOU DON’T LOVE?

THE ARGUMENT FOR YES

THE ARGUMENT FOR NO

THE ANSWER ISN’T BLACK AND WHITE

DECIDING TO MARKET A PRODUCT

  1. Does their mission align with yours?
  2. Do they stick to their mission in their practices? For example, if they say they believe in honesty and transparency in business, can you find information about how their products are made, or are things not so transparent?
  3. Is there an audience that wants and news their product?

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Anna Colibri

Anna Colibri

I work to make the web a more beautiful, accessible, and functional place. I use dreams as a form of planning. And I play because it’s fun.

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