Can Negativity Be a Part of Getting New Customers or is Positivity More Effective?

The Answer is not in the Two Coffee Cups

In theory, I and other interns who are sitting in as writers at various other Blog Coalition sites, are going to have an answer to to the question that the title of this blog post asks. The other websites that currently have alternative bloggers filling in for them just for today are “USA Make a Difference,” “How to Do Online Marketing,” and “Market Your Journey.”

Lights, Camera, Gone

Art Versus Promotion

For years I used a camera. I was a filmmaker/videomaker and had worked in both formats. I was one of the first to get an Avid editing system and had a booming Business as an editor. Probably one of the highs of my “film” career was working on a methodology that allowed you to create a feature length movie without needing a crew or any other helper. I bring this up because times have changed. The video became less about “art” and more about promotion.

The Psychology of it All

Promotion as a subcategory to marketing intrigues me. The psychology of it all. Through various strategies and tactics you are able to find the right audience and serve them with a matching product. This is a solution to a problem they have and if done right, could lead to them purchasing that product.

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

What is the revelation of all this? Do you still need a camera? Yes. It can be quite useful because if a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a moving picture worth. I have written a new eBook about this topic which is a giveaway for prospects. The phrase could now not be “Lights, Camera, Gone” and more like “Lights, Camera, Here.”