For a century, Marketers have been in the business of interruption. That is, inserting their brand messages in between the consumer and the content he is actually trying to get to.
When I ask someone, "Why aren't you more active on LinkedIn?" a very common response is, "If my boss saw me posting or editing my LinkedIn profile, or speaking at a conference, he will think I am looking for a new job."
https://youtu.be/WhZheHdKfxQ Digital media has changed consumer expectations and tolerances. We live in a world of unprecedented consumer choice. Consumers expect to be able to consume content whenever and wherever they want, on the device of their own choosing. In such a world, consumers prefer to pay a subscription fee for quality content – whether news, music or... Continue Reading →
Why I have managed to constantly adapt to different industries and reinvent my career over more than two decades is because I find there is always something new to learn. And more often than not, those lessons come from people much younger than myself.
The magical 90-120 sec video formula is a myth propagated by companies who want to sell you 90-120 sec videos (and the platforms that carry them). What most consumers are unwilling to watch for longer than a couple of minutes...is bad content.
One of the most often invoked phrases is the need for companies to “fail fast.” Too often, this is pure lip service.
What to expect when you frequently criticize President Duterte's government on Twitter If you follow politics in the Philippines today, you will find a country deeply divided along political lines. Much of the conflict centers on how you feel about the extremely popular but controversial President Rodrigo Duterte. Regardless of where you stand in the political... Continue Reading →