Marketing during the coronavirus isn’t something I’m seeing discussed very much right now. There’s plenty of interesting articles about marketing after the coronavirus. How will marketing look in a post-COVID … Continue reading MARKETING AND THE CORONAVIRUS: WHAT WORKS?
Coronavirus looks extra scary when you just got hit by a tornado and you’re trying to finish your last course on social media marketing in grad school.
Company Jargonaut; the jargon-aficionado that destroys company meetings with incomprehensible jargon.
The viral walking dead Whopper that degrades from beauty to zombie in a quick succession of timelapse images, it’s gross and will probably win some awards.
Recycling and reimagining works better when creating new content especially when ideas or time are in short supply.
Remember when Barbara in HR, kept sending around emails with that goddamn floral background? And everyone wanted to know how she was doing it because “it is sooo coool.” Barbara killed email’s coolness, like 20 years ago. If anyone asks, “Is email dead?” Thank Barbara
This is a bit of a pizza street fight, well not really, but I am looking at differentiation between two of my fave pizza outfits. One mega, one not mega.
Orkut, the social platform was a nutty potpourri of ahead of its time inventiveness, a massive portion of communality, a pinch of sophomoric amoralism; all chased down with an air of digital exclusivity, and mothered by the, even then, the formable mothership that was Google.