Relationships Today and Marketing Concepts......What Do They Have In Common?
4/10/2012 12:56:27 PM -
Where Did you meet your partner? At a Party, Funerary celebration, Church premises, school, College, In a Public Transport, Beach, Hotel, Bar etc? How did you start talking? Did Anybody introduce you to one another? What Did your partner say for you to get hooked? What attracted You to your partner? All these are normal things we take for granted but to a serious student of marketing who wants to have fun, he/she can analyse relationships as a special tool in direct sales or marketing. Isn't it a smart way to explain marketing concepts.....?
Today we want to share with our friends, special research we have done about what marketing and relationship have in common. Continue Reading:
1. You see gorgeous girl at a party, you go to her
& say I am very rich, Please marry me - That's - Direct Marketing....
2. You attend a party & your friend goes to a pretty gorgeous lady & pointing at you tells her. "He is very rich", marry him - That's Advertising.
3. Lady walks to you & says you are rich, can you marry me? -'That's Brand Recognition'
4. You say to a beautiful lady, "Hi I'm very rich marry me" & she slaps you -
'That's Customer Feedback'
5. You tell a lady, "I'm very rich marry me" & she
introduces you to her husband - 'That's Demand & Supply Gap'
6. Before you say I'm rich, marry me, your wife arrives - That's Restriction from Entering New Market.
Yes, we know you love this: Education is being made too difficult these days, that many of us struggle to get a passing grade. Solution: Try and be creative in the way you learn. Use music or use anything that interests you to help you study. In the US, an Arts In Education organization called Urban Arts Partnership of New York uses the arts to bridge the closing gap and is championing an innovation in creative learning and adventure. In their programs called ART PREP, students turn their Social Studies work into raps and the results, many students who were failing difficult courses are now passing with ease. Isn't it time that Ghana became serious with its approach to education by embracing rich innovations? We need to research what works in other countries and try to replicate them. We also have to help in our respective individual ways. Let's all help in developing new ways of doing things so that we can meet the challenges of this new creative world.