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T’was the age of Delorians, valley girls, yuppies and mullets. ...
T’was the age of Delorians, valley girls, yuppies and mullets.
The seemingly distance 1980’s.
But I remember a different 80’s icon.
None other than Richard Dean Anderson…who?
1985-1992 @ 8pm. I clearly remember our classic wood- box floor TV. The smell of lemon Pledge in the air.
It was thrilling to watch him fabricate such effective devices from the most basic resources.
The “devices” were always simple. But the brilliance was in that simplicity. And regardless, they always got the job done.
Plus MacGyver never complained about what he had to work with. He’d simply bear down and put them to use them in a creative way.
These characteristics would’ve made him a social media marketing machine.
All website owners – new and old, feel “social share” pressure. It’s downright depressing when content you slave over attracts little or no attention.
The dreaded “I just spent 6 hours creating this awesome post but only got 2 shares and 1 tweet”.
Let’s look social media marketing from a MacGyver perspective. After all, who’s better at dealing with pressure?