Category: Advertising and Marketing
The Hive is an "All Things" Marketing Hub
But, as anyone who connects to largely populated artist spaces on social media can tell you, self-promo is rampant. Many (but not all) are pushing to sell copies of something—which is understandable. As a writer, I totally get it. And it’s not even always a bad experience having artists sell their wares like you are walking in an old-time, crowded open-air market.
But there are alternatives to the standard sales pitch. Or, at least, supplementary additions. People do make money making art. They really do, no matter what naysayers may say. And the other ways to do this exists on advice articles all over the internet.Read More
What we promote is sometimes not willful. Because our actions are often promoting something whether we explicitly are in favor or against the implications of the action. This has plenty of examples, spreading across moral, ethical, political, and economic subjects. But, here, in this case, I’m talking about cuteness.
Yes, cuteness. You read that right.Read More
Apple’s iPhone has perhaps the most pervasive marketing in the world of technology. It’s obvious to see. From a technological standpoint, if the many people online and in real life are right, the iPhone is not more powerful than the other things on the market—and yet succeeds anyway.Read More
Sports has an effective level of marketing to it if the popularity of American football and “soccer” are any indication. No matter the walk of life, it seems someone can enjoy these sports. But, I say “seems” because there are exceptions.Read More
Science is about proof. Logical conclusions. You cannot “distrust” science as a concept. Because logically thinking about and wanting proof before trusting something, is science.Read More