One could really learn the most when the knowledge is well established through daily examples. I found this is quite fascinating. The last week, reading more about technology based storage of information/ data, I thought about buying kindle from the Chapters.I might actually get one for the convenience, installed dictionary function. This could actually improve my English a bit faster (I hope).
For my website, I have tried everything I could to increase the traffic to my website. For instance, I tweet, link, insert key words through SEO Plugin as much as I can. A funny thing I do after all this EFFORT: I search myself through both Google and Yahoo. Have you tried it before? I pretty sure many do. Simply type your selected key words. In my case: ‘sfu’; ‘blog’; ‘posiel’; ‘sketcher’. But, (god knows) what would be the result after several days.
From Davis’s article, ‘The problem with advertising‘, I agree that people who are in advertising arena would have to figure out the most comprehensive elements behind their showcases. I believe that it would take forever to modify. Ultimately (at least present), companies want to sell the offering by providing consumers information (this includes the general idea of products, the benefits of it, and the function/ instruction of products). I think this is already clear in most people’s mind, which still give madness among advertisers. The more human-mind setting of advertising is needed. The duration of advertising, the physical blocking image, the intensity/ frequency, content, trust would be all that should be reconsidered critically. The reason is that people (we) should have the impression of getting the real value out of advertisements; we could actually learn something new each day. Like education, most teachers/ educators would always want to actually teach students, and this must be the mind set; tricks, dishonest, creation of obstacles should not be the engine of ‘providers’.
Furthermore, Lazauskas’s ‘Why ‘Depth and breadth’ will be the Rallying Cry of Content Marketing in 2015‘, reminds me of the content again and again. It is difficult to assess the values of content. Nevertheless, the core idea is the same, we all want to help people to “get value of medium”. Today, we could measure the so-called values that we invest in our content through various means, but I think, we should always put question marks at the end of the accepting sites (readers). The only thing we could absolutely make sure certain loyal readers/ consumers would come back for the offering is to ENSURE THE VALUES/ EFFORTS IN CONTENT. I believe that we would be able to put this concept out there fully. Through whatever we could collect in forms of data, we would at least improve faster than we expect.