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In the private sector, the motivation to strategically market is a direct correlation with increasing revenue. In the public sector, where customer satisfaction and budget aren’t always related, convincing bureaucrats to be “creative and innovative” can be almost impossible. Today, fears of a downward spirally economy and a taboo on taxation creates an atmosphere of […]
It’s a simple trend. As social and entertainment media increases, attention span and message effectiveness decreases. Instagram and Pinterest are so popular because as the old cliche says, “a picture says a thousand words” — in seconds.
In the fascinating worlds of low life pimping and high finance, there is a saying… more of a mantra. “Scared money don’t make money.” Basically, one must accept risk in order to reap rewards. But what if you don’t have any money? Luckily for you, it’s also commonly held that time equals money, and unless […]
The four P’s of Marketing are product, price, place and promotion. In business, these concepts are used to attract customers. In life, we can use these concepts to attract Mr./Mrs Right or Right-Now. I’m not saying you should be prostituting yourself per se, but it may get that right person to spend some time with […]
Ok so I was flipping through the channels and caught the fox news channel. Glenn Beck was going on and on about how Obama has created a new form of fascism, “Progressive Fascism.” He then compares him to Mussolini, Hitler, and Stalin.