So Marketers create email message titles which must insight a user to open. But some of these marketing message titles simply border on vagueness and possible deception. Earlier this year I read an article entitled, "Why No Business Should Be Involved In Online Social Networking". The title was a great hook but the article was really about businesses being involved in social marketing and not necessarily social networking.
After reading the article, the difference email list between the two terms was not significant. Many readers voiced a negative opinion to the author about the vague title more so than the contents of the article. This backfired for the author. So as I begin a new work year, I surmise that reading junk email marketing will find a smaller place in my work day. I'm watching more videos now and listening to podcasts while I work.
I am also signing on for more teleseminars and viewing more PowerPoint presentations. This is how I am receiving my marketing information and I feel more in control of how I spend my time. The Artistic Components of Marketing: Ever heard of the phrase, it's a dream come true? Or just what I imagined? Whether you accept it or not, the power of imagination does make a difference.