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Based on Building a StoryBrand by New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller, this checklist is a strategic and actionable guide to applying the StoryBrand framework to any brand and an essential part of any marketing professional’s tool kit. Every day, brands lose millions of dollars simply because they do not have a clear message that tells consumers who they are Based on Building a StoryBrand by New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller, this checklist is a strategic and actionable guide to applying the StoryBrand framework to any brand and an essential part of any marketing professional’s tool kit. Every day, brands lose millions of dollars simply because they do not have a clear message that tells consumers who they are and what value they will add to their customers’ lives. To solve this dilemma, Donald Miller wrote Building a StoryBrand, which has become the quintessential guide for anyone looking to craft or strengthen their brand’s message.Now, Don is taking it a step further with this five-part checklist that helps marketing professionals and business owners apply the StoryBrand messaging framework across key customer touchpoints to effectively develop, strengthen, and communicate their brand’s story to the marketplace. Praise for Marketing Made Simple "I created collateral for a client and they recently told me not to release the next round we created because they can’t handle the influx of customers from the first round.  They had more listings this year than in 30 years of business." - Amy Burgess, Marketing Consultant"My last email campaign I delivered raised $20k. Thank you Donald Miller for giving me a system that I know works." - Ian Stewart, Owner/Creative Director of Root Source Digital"A client went from $15MM last year to $27MM so far this year.  All from updating their messaging and implementing new lead generators and email campaigns.- Wes Gay, CEO Wayfinder"Just heard from one of my clients that she’s getting 18 ideal client leads a day from her website. Before we redid her wireframe, she averaged around 1-3 leads a week.  And that’s just with updating her website." - Amy Schutte, Owner of Hudson and Co LLC


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Based on Building a StoryBrand by New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller, this checklist is a strategic and actionable guide to applying the StoryBrand framework to any brand and an essential part of any marketing professional’s tool kit. Every day, brands lose millions of dollars simply because they do not have a clear message that tells consumers who they are Based on Building a StoryBrand by New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller, this checklist is a strategic and actionable guide to applying the StoryBrand framework to any brand and an essential part of any marketing professional’s tool kit. Every day, brands lose millions of dollars simply because they do not have a clear message that tells consumers who they are and what value they will add to their customers’ lives. To solve this dilemma, Donald Miller wrote Building a StoryBrand, which has become the quintessential guide for anyone looking to craft or strengthen their brand’s message.Now, Don is taking it a step further with this five-part checklist that helps marketing professionals and business owners apply the StoryBrand messaging framework across key customer touchpoints to effectively develop, strengthen, and communicate their brand’s story to the marketplace. Praise for Marketing Made Simple "I created collateral for a client and they recently told me not to release the next round we created because they can’t handle the influx of customers from the first round.  They had more listings this year than in 30 years of business." - Amy Burgess, Marketing Consultant"My last email campaign I delivered raised $20k. Thank you Donald Miller for giving me a system that I know works." - Ian Stewart, Owner/Creative Director of Root Source Digital"A client went from $15MM last year to $27MM so far this year.  All from updating their messaging and implementing new lead generators and email campaigns.- Wes Gay, CEO Wayfinder"Just heard from one of my clients that she’s getting 18 ideal client leads a day from her website. Before we redid her wireframe, she averaged around 1-3 leads a week.  And that’s just with updating her website." - Amy Schutte, Owner of Hudson and Co LLC

30 review for Marketing Made Simple: A Step-by-Step StoryBrand Guide for Any Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mandi Ehman

    3.5 stars I believe in the Storybrand method and appreciate the step-by-step workshop nature of this book. But I think it would have been better if Miller had written the book as a stand-alone guide and not another marketing tool to grow the Storybrand brand. I know there are live workshops; I know there are trained guides; I know there’s a Business Made Simple University. At an intellectual level, I understand why he doesn’t miss an opportunity to introduce readers to those things, and I wouldn’ 3.5 stars I believe in the Storybrand method and appreciate the step-by-step workshop nature of this book. But I think it would have been better if Miller had written the book as a stand-alone guide and not another marketing tool to grow the Storybrand brand. I know there are live workshops; I know there are trained guides; I know there’s a Business Made Simple University. At an intellectual level, I understand why he doesn’t miss an opportunity to introduce readers to those things, and I wouldn’t say it even felt particularly heavy handed, but I wish we could have just focused on the content itself rather than seeing it as part of the funnel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laura Simis

    This would be a great beginner’s guide for someone just getting started with marketing for their small business! This wasn’t a book I chose for myself, but I found many of the actionable items redundant. A lot of “fluff” for someone who already understood the basic concepts, but broken down into bite-sized pieces really well for someone who is trying to DIY an in-house marketing strategy for the first time.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Erik Rostad

    Extremely practical marketing guide. Great workbook to get you on the right track.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joseph L.

    Watch a detailed review along with my favorite ideas and takeaways at: https://youtu.be/JE8nYkEvPZI Watch a detailed review along with my favorite ideas and takeaways at: https://youtu.be/JE8nYkEvPZI

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Smith

    Probably one of the best marketing books I’ve ever read. Very practical, useful information. THIS is what should be taught in university.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Yan Kugel

    The book is easy to read and has an excellent flow to it. It explains how to build a full marketing funnel that would capture the interest and the loyalty of the customer. It details the steps and the right way to go about building a website, a lead generator, and an email campaign. I found some interesting insights into the book, and most of the examples are quite helpful. However, after finishing the book, I couldn't get rid of the feeling that something is missing while there are some excelle The book is easy to read and has an excellent flow to it. It explains how to build a full marketing funnel that would capture the interest and the loyalty of the customer. It details the steps and the right way to go about building a website, a lead generator, and an email campaign. I found some interesting insights into the book, and most of the examples are quite helpful. However, after finishing the book, I couldn't get rid of the feeling that something is missing while there are some excellent examples for creating one-liner, the other sections missing the same. There are instructions on how to write a good mailing campaign, but I would have loved to see several real examples to get the feeling for it. Overall good book, but some of the advice may require a lot of experimenting because of a lack of examples.

  7. 4 out of 5

    LeikHong Leow

    Simple and easy to understand marketing book. I have tested some of the methods myself, and it works. Marketing should be easy, and it should a step by step guide to teach people how it works, and this book layout the guide. Highly recommend to those who like to improve their marketing.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darrell Amy

    Right now, businesses need to reframe their messages to adapt to the evolving marketplace. Marketing Made Simple does exactly what it claims. You get a step-by-step, no-nonsense approach to crafting a message that resonates and then deploying it across your marketing and sales infrastructure. I am a huge fan of Storybrand. This book brings Storybrand to the street, showing you exactly how to deploy your message through the five stages of the sales funnel. If you don't have the infrastructure in p Right now, businesses need to reframe their messages to adapt to the evolving marketplace. Marketing Made Simple does exactly what it claims. You get a step-by-step, no-nonsense approach to crafting a message that resonates and then deploying it across your marketing and sales infrastructure. I am a huge fan of Storybrand. This book brings Storybrand to the street, showing you exactly how to deploy your message through the five stages of the sales funnel. If you don't have the infrastructure in place, by the time you finish implementing the five steps in this book, you will.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andrae Palmer

    Simple and easy to undertsand Tis book is a valuable resource and the perfect companion to the storybrand book. I love how the authors explain how to create a sales funnel and how to create the different components. Once you read it you'll get some ideas to apply to your business right away. Great read and definitely recommend this book. Simple and easy to undertsand Tis book is a valuable resource and the perfect companion to the storybrand book. I love how the authors explain how to create a sales funnel and how to create the different components. Once you read it you'll get some ideas to apply to your business right away. Great read and definitely recommend this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tyler Williams

    There is definite some good practical help in this book. I think if you implemented some of it, it would work. However Miller, I’m doing what he suggests, positions himself as an expert in this topic, and continues to sell himself and his method as faultless throughout the entire book. And if it felt like he was just trying to sell me the whole time and he was using his methods... what would others think of me using the same system. Also, there was a surprising lack of humility for a book on a t There is definite some good practical help in this book. I think if you implemented some of it, it would work. However Miller, I’m doing what he suggests, positions himself as an expert in this topic, and continues to sell himself and his method as faultless throughout the entire book. And if it felt like he was just trying to sell me the whole time and he was using his methods... what would others think of me using the same system. Also, there was a surprising lack of humility for a book on a topic that is more like an art or an inexact science than formulaic... especially for someone like Miller who has seemed to champion humility in his first books. Honestly, the delivery was just so off putting that I probably missed some great advice.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Juan Chavez

    Awesome book! Finally, a book that does more than just tell you why you should do something. It actually gives you a How! I had read many books on why you should connect with the customers, invite them to your story but few had any concrete steps on how to do it. Great steps on why the customer needs to feels you are helping them survive. Great advice and steps on creating a sales funnel. Including setting up meetings with your team and a sample agenda. This is more like a textbook, one that sho Awesome book! Finally, a book that does more than just tell you why you should do something. It actually gives you a How! I had read many books on why you should connect with the customers, invite them to your story but few had any concrete steps on how to do it. Great steps on why the customer needs to feels you are helping them survive. Great advice and steps on creating a sales funnel. Including setting up meetings with your team and a sample agenda. This is more like a textbook, one that should give you pause and take part in the exercises he purposes. I read it like a cover to end book but I am going to go back and go through these exercises. He does promote his business quite often but that is to be expected to a certain degree and if I had the funds I would take him up on it. I cannot recommend this book enough. One of the best I have come across in terms of teaching marketing. GOLD 1-This principle is why politicians with repeatable, simple messaging statements usually win. It’s not because their plan will work or has even been thought through, it’s because voters feel a sense of understanding and associate that feeling of comfort and survival with that candidate. 2- DON’T BE INVISIBLE 3- I know that sounds simple, but we interact with thousands of brands who fail to tell their customers exactly what they offer and exactly how they can change their customers’ lives for the better. 4- The one-liner is composed of three parts—the problem, the solution, and the result. Example from the StoryBrand one-liner: Most business leaders struggle to talk about what they do. 5- Things to Consider 1. The biggest mistake companies make in creating this section is not actually starting with a problem. I know that sounds obvious, but it happens all the time. Make sure the first statement is a clear problem and make sure it is a pain people actually feel. 2. Do not try to include every problem your customer faces in your one-liner. Name only one problem and make it the one the most people feel. This is not the space to talk about every problem you solve. This is the hook to get people curious. You can talk about other problems in other parts of the sales funnel, but in a one-liner you want to talk about only one. 3. Make sure the problem you start with is a problem that your company can actually solve. Your customer may be facing many problems, but if you can’t solve those problems, don’t talk about them. 6-Remember, marketing is an exercise in memorization. 7-Make your intentions known early and often. Use a strong call to action. 8-What Is the Cost of Not Doing Business With You? 9- The One-two Punch of Empathy and Authority

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jon

    Good, clear framework with plenty of examples The Marketing Made Simple framework gives small businesses a good place to start to develop a digital marketing system. It's full of specific recommendations and templates. These include: email scripts, meeting agendas, elevator pitches and more. Don and JJ are clearly effective communicators. They use simple, direct language. They are entertaining to follow. I found Don through his daily business video tips. A year of which is easily worth 1000x the Good, clear framework with plenty of examples The Marketing Made Simple framework gives small businesses a good place to start to develop a digital marketing system. It's full of specific recommendations and templates. These include: email scripts, meeting agendas, elevator pitches and more. Don and JJ are clearly effective communicators. They use simple, direct language. They are entertaining to follow. I found Don through his daily business video tips. A year of which is easily worth 1000x the price of this book. And available for free. The website framework they have is the best I've seen. I've read plenty about sales/nurture email scripts. But I have yet to come across as detailed a guide for what to include on your website home page. It's not theoretical, it works. There are a few opportunities for improvement. First, there were quite a few typos. Example: "The purpose of the fourth meeting is to decided what language..." I counted at least three. Second, the scope is limited to "email/website marketing". This would have been okay if it were made clear. But, the title of the book is not "Email Marketing Made Simple". It would have been nice to see how the framework extends to channel partnerships, advertising, print/mail and more. Our customer's email inboxes are only getting busier. "Email marketing" is providing diminishing returns. Finally, it was difficult to locate the templates to download. But maybe that's just me! Aside from these minor nuisances, Don and JJ have put together a fantastic asset for small businesses. I have a clear map for an email marketing system. They've stated what works in a novel way. And we've redesigned our website with many of their recommendations.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Wow. I can’t speak more highly of this book and Building a Storybrand. In my opinion, you should absolutely start with the latter. If Marketing Made Simple is the frame of a house, Building a Storybrand is the foundation. I’ve brought Storybrand principles to two companies/teams so far with incredible success. To give an example, I just wireframed and completed a website, lead generation funnel, and nurturing sequence solely by following the steps outlined in this book with the help of a designe Wow. I can’t speak more highly of this book and Building a Storybrand. In my opinion, you should absolutely start with the latter. If Marketing Made Simple is the frame of a house, Building a Storybrand is the foundation. I’ve brought Storybrand principles to two companies/teams so far with incredible success. To give an example, I just wireframed and completed a website, lead generation funnel, and nurturing sequence solely by following the steps outlined in this book with the help of a designer. My team invested $5k into the project. Without this knowledge, we could have easily paid $20k for a beautiful but completely useless website that doesn’t convert. For more context, I have no formal training or education in marketing. I, like many writers, fell into marketing by default. The knowledge gained from these two books has proven more valuable than all my years of trial and error. It’s simple, it’s just not easy—especially if you have a company or team set in their ways. Persist anyway—it’s magical. Be forewarned: this book will ruin you. You’ll notice major marketing mistakes everywhere you look. You’ll cringe knowing you made the same mistakes yourself. If you’re responsible for generating revenue and growth for a company or yourself, buy these books and do the work. It doesn’t matter what department you’re in or what title you have. Workshop Storybranding with your team and watch the lightbulbs come on. It’s powerful stuff.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Greivin

    The book is heavy email marketing and short in story telling. What I liked about the book: I did like the content about story telling from a marketing perspective. The content about how to layout your website is great. What I didn't like: I am not interesting in email marketing, specially with the trend of video emails, and a great portion of the book is dedicated to that. Conclusion: Solid read on how to build a website and how to do an email marketing campaign. You definitely want to read this on The book is heavy email marketing and short in story telling. What I liked about the book: I did like the content about story telling from a marketing perspective. The content about how to layout your website is great. What I didn't like: I am not interesting in email marketing, specially with the trend of video emails, and a great portion of the book is dedicated to that. Conclusion: Solid read on how to build a website and how to do an email marketing campaign. You definitely want to read this one out. Also the free pdf is great! I wish I had done a better research about the content in the rest of the book because I had the impression that it was about story telling. I would recommend the book if is in discount to someone who wants to know about email marketing.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    An introductory-level overview of some basic marketing tools and techniques, like clear messaging, landing pages and email sequences. As opposed to Miller’s “Building a Story Brand,” which offers a memorable framework for organizations of any type, this book was really geared more toward small businesses who need some very practical DIY marketing advice. (And I’m sorry, but I had to laugh at its claims that it’ll teach you more than what 90% of professional marketers know.) Don’t get me wrong: t An introductory-level overview of some basic marketing tools and techniques, like clear messaging, landing pages and email sequences. As opposed to Miller’s “Building a Story Brand,” which offers a memorable framework for organizations of any type, this book was really geared more toward small businesses who need some very practical DIY marketing advice. (And I’m sorry, but I had to laugh at its claims that it’ll teach you more than what 90% of professional marketers know.) Don’t get me wrong: there is plenty of good advice, reminders and reinforcements in here. But I didn’t enjoy it as much as “Story Brand” and found the frequent up-sells to their website a little off-putting. (Also, there’s little to no mention of advertising, SEO, pricing strategy, differentiation from competitors, etc.)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rob McCoy

    An organized, easy to follow guide to grow your business today In my experience too many books share anecdotes about “What” a business could do, without providing a clear path for “How” to accomplish the outcome. Marketing Made Simple cannot be included in this category. It is a step by step manual that guides you through the creation and refinement of the 5 critical marketing components for today’s business. Whether your a new business seeking to gain an advantage in a crowded market or an estab An organized, easy to follow guide to grow your business today In my experience too many books share anecdotes about “What” a business could do, without providing a clear path for “How” to accomplish the outcome. Marketing Made Simple cannot be included in this category. It is a step by step manual that guides you through the creation and refinement of the 5 critical marketing components for today’s business. Whether your a new business seeking to gain an advantage in a crowded market or an established business looking to clarify and reenergize your marketing and sales framework, Marketing Made Simple is required reading.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Harpham

    Read this book to dive deeper into the StoryBrand world. The fundamental concepts - lead generation, customer focused copy - are all familiar if you have studied or worked in digital marketing for any time. The templates and guided questions are a helpful way to speed up implementation however. The book does well in simplifying the process into a step by step progression. As the authors point out, a lack of execution in marketing undermines results so you have to take the time to put the book's i Read this book to dive deeper into the StoryBrand world. The fundamental concepts - lead generation, customer focused copy - are all familiar if you have studied or worked in digital marketing for any time. The templates and guided questions are a helpful way to speed up implementation however. The book does well in simplifying the process into a step by step progression. As the authors point out, a lack of execution in marketing undermines results so you have to take the time to put the book's ideas into action. In particular, I like the "implementation meetings" idea laid out toward the end of the book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gordon

    Miller offers a template and some explanation on building a website that sells to people's feelings. The book builds upon the larger premise that consumers buy things to address their human feelings. People aren't driven to buy things, they buy stuff to address their feelings. So communicate your offering to target people's feelings. A messy lawn might create an annoying emotion or damage to social status. Miller offers a template to help the reader to communicate their offering at people's feel Miller offers a template and some explanation on building a website that sells to people's feelings. The book builds upon the larger premise that consumers buy things to address their human feelings. People aren't driven to buy things, they buy stuff to address their feelings. So communicate your offering to target people's feelings. A messy lawn might create an annoying emotion or damage to social status. Miller offers a template to help the reader to communicate their offering at people's feelings.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Johnny

    Just what the title says... No longer need long bring sales letters I have been following StoryBrand for some time and their frameworks make it very clear what are the core pieces needed in your marketing. I'm this book, Don and J.J. Demystify the sales funnel process and give you practical steps to make it happen. I have implemented a couple of their ideas and dramatically increase the positive reactions to my offers. Just what the title says... No longer need long bring sales letters I have been following StoryBrand for some time and their frameworks make it very clear what are the core pieces needed in your marketing. I'm this book, Don and J.J. Demystify the sales funnel process and give you practical steps to make it happen. I have implemented a couple of their ideas and dramatically increase the positive reactions to my offers.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Connor

    An immensely practical guide - one that is much more of a workbook than I expected. They say your success with this method depends on your level of implementation. And I suppose that makes sense. The plan is cohesive and simple. If you have familiarity with some modern marketing principles / movements, you will be able to guess where the melody in this one is going. But I suppose this review could float +/- 1 star, depending on how it goes when I implement the method.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mariusz

    Good for messy marketers with no agenda Helps you realize where to start and what to do next. The truth is that being a messy marketer is comfortable, as your lack of clear direction (and lack of ability to point a clear direction) is hidden behind complexity of marketing itself. This book will punch you in a face, as you are the only one creating this mess. Now you have simple tools and you cannot play complexity game anymore. Time to grow up and do the real work.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Helpful This is a good resource to start understanding how to develop sales techniques. There are some shortcomings. One, it could use more data on financing and budgeting. Marketing takes up a bigger portion of business costs than most assume. Some more help in that are would be useful. Furthermore, this book focuses on lead generation through personal and email communication. It doesn’t deal with social media so much. Some more help with that would push this to a 5 star book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Cranberryfries

    Professionally my job is marketing so I love reading things that could help grow my company and my own knowledge. This definitely has a place and I feel like it's a step after beginning. If you've been in marketing for a while though I hope you'd already know this. This book focuses mainly on website construction and on overall company marketing as it relates to how and where you're going to place it on said website. 2.5/3 ish stars Professionally my job is marketing so I love reading things that could help grow my company and my own knowledge. This definitely has a place and I feel like it's a step after beginning. If you've been in marketing for a while though I hope you'd already know this. This book focuses mainly on website construction and on overall company marketing as it relates to how and where you're going to place it on said website. 2.5/3 ish stars

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ed Barton

    As the follow-on to "Story Brand", the book succeeds well. Covering marketing techniques - particularly email marketing - the book provides the reader with a step-by-step approach to marketing - all the way to meeting agendas and schedules. The book is a useful addition to the marketing library and is a relatively easy and quick read...though not quite as easy to implement. A good book and a must-read for those following the Story Brand approach. As the follow-on to "Story Brand", the book succeeds well. Covering marketing techniques - particularly email marketing - the book provides the reader with a step-by-step approach to marketing - all the way to meeting agendas and schedules. The book is a useful addition to the marketing library and is a relatively easy and quick read...though not quite as easy to implement. A good book and a must-read for those following the Story Brand approach.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Becky L Long

    Great concise how-to if you're following Donald Miller's marketing program. The audio version has an accompanying pdf and is read by Donald Miller. So don't worry about missing any important information. I would start with StoryBrand if you're new to his method, but it probably isn't absolutely necessary. Great concise how-to if you're following Donald Miller's marketing program. The audio version has an accompanying pdf and is read by Donald Miller. So don't worry about missing any important information. I would start with StoryBrand if you're new to his method, but it probably isn't absolutely necessary.

  26. 4 out of 5

    M.L. Reldas

    If you are trying to figure out how to attract more leads and convert more of those leads, this book is well worth reading. The extremely practical advice on understanding your product or service while making the customer the hero, communicating that meaningfully and asking for the order effectively is exceptional.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Colin Barnaby

    Excellent Info, Ensure to Read Other Books to Supplement. As the title makes clear ("simple"), this book simplifies a lot. This is excellent to allow for immediate implementation, however, without time to thoroughly assess your "why", the results may have a glass ceiling. Still, definitely worth reading. Excellent Info, Ensure to Read Other Books to Supplement. As the title makes clear ("simple"), this book simplifies a lot. This is excellent to allow for immediate implementation, however, without time to thoroughly assess your "why", the results may have a glass ceiling. Still, definitely worth reading.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tim Gordon

    I've read quite a few marketing books in the last year or two, trying to find somethings that is actually applicable. I really enjoyed Storybrand as a new way of thinking about how to market. This one takes that same idea and then turns it into several practical marketing steps in the online world. I've read quite a few marketing books in the last year or two, trying to find somethings that is actually applicable. I really enjoyed Storybrand as a new way of thinking about how to market. This one takes that same idea and then turns it into several practical marketing steps in the online world.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    Don Miller's ideas are easy to access and implement. At first, I listened to the book but quickly found that I wanted to refer back to areas so I bought the hardback. It's a reference book that I will use in the future when thinking about marketing my business. Don Miller's ideas are easy to access and implement. At first, I listened to the book but quickly found that I wanted to refer back to areas so I bought the hardback. It's a reference book that I will use in the future when thinking about marketing my business.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This is one of the most practical and helpful books I have ever read! Following the simple steps I immediately feel and see change in my business. It’s so simple, direct and I welcome its important repetitiveness. If you are just starting out or feel as if you’ve hit a wall with your business, marketing the way this book defines it is probably your answer. I feel this could get any company out of a rut and would save new comers a ton of time and confusion by bringing clarity of message. Highly r This is one of the most practical and helpful books I have ever read! Following the simple steps I immediately feel and see change in my business. It’s so simple, direct and I welcome its important repetitiveness. If you are just starting out or feel as if you’ve hit a wall with your business, marketing the way this book defines it is probably your answer. I feel this could get any company out of a rut and would save new comers a ton of time and confusion by bringing clarity of message. Highly recommend!!

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