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How we keep up our Social Media Marketing game?

Hurix Digital

Be it a movie or the 10-year challenge, they wanted their content to be read by their potential users on all these days! Even though promoting products was the first thing we had on our minds, compliance regulations suggested that we had to stay away from promoting them. They wanted their buyer’s journey to start by landing at a point on the website and move on by exploring their other reading materials, products and services.

The Power of Surprise in Story-based design

Vignettes Learning

In the movie Sixth Sense, the audience was blindsided when Bruce Willis – whom everyone thought was a regular character – was actually a dead person. Scientists at Emory and Baylor used MRIs to measure changes in human brain activity in response to a sequence of pleasurable stimuli, using fruit juice and water. The patterns of juice and water squirts were either predictable or completely unpredictable.

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Creating Great Stories for eLearning

Vignettes Learning

Disney and Pixar recently released the movie "Brave." On the other hand, eLearning designers, as many may say, "don't have the creative juices" to craft powerful titles and stories. Try looking at your customer complaint logs or your accident reports or scrap waste level or rate of returns. I need the stroller immediately since I am traveling." – customer from Stockholm. Examples of memes – practices Undesirable: "Our customers tend to take advantage of our goodwill.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Brent Schlenker: Marketers and Game Developers Know More About Learning Than We Do!

Learning Visions

A big part of marketing IS education -- what is the product? Get the Learner’s Attention We use a lot of “fake&# ways to get people’s attention…fun flash movie and then slide into the boring content…but I got their attention! Now companies are coming to them to do marketing – to explain their products. What are they doing – how do they display information and what they’re teaching us about their product?

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

Keeping the promises made to our customers. The amygdala shapes the internal movie we call our time-delayed “reality” with emotion before we become aware. Know-what/Know “what-not” (facts, information, concepts; how to customize and filter out information, distinguish junk and glitz from real substance, ignore unwanted and unneeded information and interactions). Consider Cisco, a company with a staggering thirst for new-product information and detail.