Sure, we like free stuff. But from a business point of view, where’s the tangible benefit in mass giveaways? A little lesson in how marketing is changing, from the people who know best: people who love burritos.
Believe us when we say we know there’s nothing, NOTHING more frustrating than hearing a big, fat nothing from a company you’ve slaved over an application for. But what’s to be done? Turns out, something.
With more and more people jostling for attention on this hefty hill we call the internet, publicists and marketeers are having to get cleverer and cleverer with their marketing techniques. Bit of telekinesis, anyone?
The ridiculously adorable internet sensation, Maru the cat, made getting out of boxes his speciality – and now he has over a gazillion YouTube views. But how to get one’s non-feline noggin out of the box and into an interview room?
You may have noticed we have a bit of a thing about robots. Look, we work with a lot of tech companies, it’s inevitable, we’re only HUMAN, after all, and gosh darn it, THEY ARE ROBOTS.
Hey, if you’re going to leave, make sure you leave in style. After two years of working flat out for a video production company, this lady decided that enough was enough. So decided to make a little video of her own. The result is magic.
Generation Y. Bright, bold, and bloody impatient. A group borne of a constantly connected environment where information, entertainment and content from the earth’s every nook and cranny are just the swipe of a smartphone away.
On this thing called The Internet it’s difficult to move for inspirational quotes here and personal mantras there. Now, we’re not saying that Gandhi doesn’t have a lot to offer (peace bro, seriously), but – maybe it’s just us – we prefer to get our practical advice from people succeeding in the here and now. People who, you know, are still alive.