In what bizarre questions one encounters here is really incredible.
Make the Web a cleverer place!
Jochen's blog ... subtitled parade. That made me curious so I looked at the times Suchbergiffe and phrases of my blog stats in more detail. The vast majority can be attributed to the fact that I have written on the subject in a broader sense. I have a few I picked out that I would now like to answer - sometimes seriously and sometimes with a wink:
"Htc wildfire" without branding 'where the best? " Kriegste in the spring with me, because I'd switch to a newer Android phone.
"Google streetview yes or no?" The question after the launch of Google Street View in Germany I have been twice asked. The question 'Yes' or 'No' confused me, but OK: Yes.
"Simply re-register ok?" Ok, just faster than twofold.
"Telefonic surf stick as was customer?" They give you safe, otherwise cancel and you're a potential new customer.
"Htc wildfire for sale here-what?" Mhh ... unfortunately no car charger and no bag :-(
"You can afford a porsche?" Counter question: Who are please so instead of asking his wife Bank a question on Google?
"Sry but what would you do with 1 million euros?" Sorry, but it is clear: Invest course!
"What would you do for a million?" It now goes too far
"How safe surf sticks?" Comes hard on the height of the wave that you ride. Also surfing the hunting ground of sharks is rather uncertain.
"Why are commercials spelling errors?" Errors in advertisements I've also been criticized. Entdewer Suchbtaben were wervechselt or persons responsible were not där MechTig Avenge letters
In a few months I should scour the statistics for such search terms again. I'm curious what will come all.
Daring guerrilla marketing campaign from Sixt during the demonstration against the Castor transport: Stop expensive transports!Rented from Sixt Van & Truck!
Sixt is known that they would like to receive current social and headlines these ( sometimes funny , often provocative) play in their print ads. In a guerrilla marketing campaign, Sixt has even now mingled with the demonstrators Castor and stirred the drum:
On one hand, you have attracted attention. At least now, when bloggers and Twittering about it on Twitter. On the other hand, I can imagine that the action at the people who take the subject seriously Castor or nuclear matters not good. And promptly beats the pendulum back:
Skoda's new commercial for the sporty Fabia vRS closes with a joke on former commercial, takes this to poke fun and clearly speaks to a different audience.Cute was earlier - the vRS is aggressive!
In 2007, a commercial for Skoda Fabia cake was baked in the shape and appearance of Fabias. It was cute to hear a melody, happy people in white coats pastry-baked the most colorful things and the atmosphere was "lovely" - sweet and nice.
Here is the commercial for the Skoda Fabia "Cake" from the year 2007:
This advertising has definitely let no man's heart beat faster. The atmosphere at the current spot for the Skoda Fabia vRS but is anything but lovely - namely "mean" - nasty, rough, vicious and dangerous!
Currently we are experiencing a hype about social media marketing.If one ear to the Markeingschiene, it gives the impression it is THE marketing tool par excellence.It is much recommended and talked, but also and implemented and deserves - and many companies spend lots of money to jump on the train.
Social media marketing is a duty for each brand? Must every company tweet? ...
It depends: Social media is a way of online marketing to communicate with consumers on the internet with the advantage that you can enter into a direct dialogue.
Online marketing is (now) necessary component of the marketing mix. Social media is not new. Meanwhile, some success stories have been written. Enclosed are three examples: