Humans are not that complex. We like to be entertained, watch videos of furry animals and eat nice food.
This principle can be applied to all stages of marketing: While campaigning at university for student union reps ETC., those interested in the role at stake wanted to know about policy, hear the clever ideas of the candidate and be convinced of their sincerity. In the same way, someone interested in buying a new phone is probably likely to be swayed by a thoughtful campaign, mapping out the benefits of a particular model. For those who are less concerned however? A buzz around either candidate, or phone advert is far more likely to be generated by free sweets or cute pictures of a pomsky. A couple of the best, recent examples of this marketing strategy: Read More