Have you ever known someone who was so eager to be your friend that they agreed with everything you said? Ask them to pick a restaurant, and they tell you they’re good with whatever you choose. Tell them about your favorite movie, and they agree, replying “oh, if you liked that, you’ll LOVE these similar… Read more »
Recently, Disney announced that its immersive, expensive Galactic Starcruiser hotel at Walt Disney World would close after just two years in operation. What? You didn’t know that Disney had a Star Wars-themed hotel set in a space ship – complete with droids and wookies – that cost a whopping $6,000 a weekend for a family… Read more »
Contact lenses hurt my eyes. I wore them when I was younger because I thought I needed to, so I’d struggle through eight hours of work or school then rip them out of my bloodshot eyes the minute I got home. I kept wearing them to play basketball, but when I retired my weekend warrior… Read more »
Typically, I would consider Facebook and Instagram to be best suited for B2C companies, and so would many others. B2C has shorter buyer journeys than B2B, which makes it easy to see an immediate impact when running something like a retargeting campaign. As we know, B2B buyer journeys can last months and sometimes years depending… Read more »
I was at Target the other day (I know, I know it’s “cheugy” – the new word that teenagers use to refer to somebody that is uncool – but I like Target’s stuff) and a man across the produce section caught my eye. He was staring very intently at me, like people do when they… Read more »
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I joined my family at the movie Bohemian Rhapsody recently, and being huge Queen fans it’s not a surprise that we were thrilled with it. It may not have been the most historically accurate biopic of all time, but it was one of the most interesting. I think my favorite part of the film was… Read more »