Today I wanted to do a less serious journal entry. One about nostalgia and music. There were two things growing up that I loved music and marketing and there were times they collided.
Today I wanted to talk to you about a cool way to tell a story inside Twitter using Twitter threads.
Do you remember back in the days when you had “Dungeons and Dragons” books where you would be give the intro of a story and then given an option to take one of 2 ways
Yesterday was Super Bowl Sunday and Reddit ran a Super Bowl 2021 ad No, you heard right that wasn’t a glitch for some Super Bowl LV viewers, mainly in nine of the top 10 US metros a Reddit commercial did pop up on the screen.
Today I would like to talk to you about how ads persuade you to do something, to take action. Giving you a better understanding of how are brains process persuasion of a message.
Every Day you’re bombarded with ads, salespeople or friends trying to persuade you to do something, like watch a new show on Netflix or try out some new product.
Propaganda is seen now a day as a synonym for lies, but is it really as bad as everyone makes out? can you use it for good?