What You Need To Know About The Information Revolution

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  • What You Need To Know About The Information Revolution

    1. 1. what you need to know about theinformation revolution presented by:jephmaystruck
    2. 2. what happened?
    3. 3. by the time they are 3 years old, american children recognize an average of100 brand logos. -dr. allenkanner, child psychologist at the wright institute in berkley, california.
    4. 4. what’s the most powerful form of marketing?
    5. 5. word-of-mouthis still the most powerful form of marketing. its just easier now.
    6. 6. meet themorgensons
    7. 7. 35 hidden cameras 17 microphones15 hidden crew members
    8. 8. “whether it’s shoes, jewelry, barbecuetools, or sports equipment, there’snothing quite as persuasive as observingsomeone we respect or admire using abrand or product.” -martin lindstrom
    9. 9. “the results proved beyond any doubtwhatsoever that marketers, advertisers,and big businesshave nothing at all comparedto the influence weconsumers have onone another.” -martin lindstrom
    10. 10. how many tweets are tweeted per day?
    11. 11. over340 million
    12. 12. remember…no one retweets, likes, or +1’s “pretty good”
    13. 13. the future of marketing issocial objects
    14. 14. people only go on the internet for two reasons, to eithersolve a problem orto be entertained. nothing else.
    15. 15. there are only two reason we go on the internet the future of marketing is social objects
    16. 16. what should you do now?
    17. 17. say yes
    18. 18. @jephmaystruckjephmaystruck@gmail.com www.strategylab.ca

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