This infographic presents research and data that both suggest a fundamental shift in consumer behavior towards “inbound” marketing / advertising.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
As we all know, the world is changing.
People want to stay informed / connected everytime & everywhere and it’s interesting to see that the basics / primary needs remain the same.
This infographic shows what are people doing online.
You will discover what are the things they do the most are basics things, meeting primary needs : Send or read a mail, Search for Info / Product / Services, Look for health / medical info, Check the weather.
The things they do the least are : Create a personal journal / Blog, Use Twitter, Sell Stock, Use a dating website, Visit Virtual World as Second Life,
Are you a white belt or black belt Master ?
To know more, join us @ MIC Brussels, Thursday 17th of Nov 15.00.
Click here-below for booking … This is free !
I’m happy to be one of the presenters there (full program here-above)
I will come back on The “Close Contact Marketing” that I’ve developped.
Close Contact Marketing is based on the following belief: once you convince the consumer, he becomes your best ambassador.
Close contact marketing has its roots in eastern values of the martial arts such as karate : respect and direct involvement are part of it.
Its six rules are symbolized by belts of the sport that I practice so much.
More on close contact marketing HERE
Free Web Camps are back again! This time you can register for any of the four confirmed one-day events to learn more about Open source web apps and get to some practical hands-on HTML5 coding experience.
If you are wondering how to take advantage of HTML5 and CSS3, use and deploy a free open source app like Umbraco, Orchard, Drupal, or others or simply want to program your own website, then this event is for you.
The official Microsoft Blog recently published an article which demonstrated Microsoft’s glimpse into the future of productivity.
Kurt DelBene today announced a new video that shows their vision on the future of productivity. The video carries forward many of the themes laid out there, as well as introducing some new ones.
Natural user interfaces, displays everywhere, an ecosystem of devices, cloud computing are consistent.
New themes emerge in this video such as technology working on our behalf, and context plays a much bigger part in many scenes. As Kurt notes in his post, this vision is no flight of fancy – all of the ideas contained in the video are based on real technology – from Microsoft and others.