You literally can’t go a day in your life without communicating. This give-and-take of information is the building block of modern society. Day-to-day chatting, texting, posting on Facebook, or sending out tweets all revolve around the communication process.
Testing... Testing... 1-2-3. It’s rare to get something perfect the first time (unless you’re Beyonce). That’s why there’s testing. Through trial and error, you’re able to make modifications to fix what’s wrong until you get it right.
Step aside, Millennials. Like an over-the-hill Real Housewife, you’re being cast aside for a shiny new trophy wife. Marketers have their eyes on the next generation: Generation Z.
Whether you’re heading to a trade show, conference, or a client meeting, having a business card to share can give you an edge over others. The trouble is, everyone else probably has one, too. So many cards means that 88% of them get thrown out within a week.
I’m about to break what’s been engrained in you since your first job: The customer is not always right.
Last year’s Pokémon Go phenomenon brought augmented reality (AR) to the masses. I remember spending the summer running around outside with my friends, trying to catch digital critters on my smartphone. Although the app’s novelty quickly wore off, it gave businesses a taste of AR’s massive marketing power.
The cord cutting trend doesn’t appear to be showing any signs of slowing down. Every day more consumers are ditching traditional cable and satellite providers, instead opting for a “cordless lifestyle.”
Brands want to be where the people are, but the trouble is that people are disappearing. Wanting to get away from in-your-face advertising and commercial breaks, more people are ditching traditional cable and switching to paid, ad-free services like Netflix and Hulu. They’re using software to avoid pesky ads on YouTube and streamline their Facebook feeds.