From Lightsaber dueling to a pixelated Van Gogh, this Snack Pack has your weekly dose of geek and nerd all together.
Archives for February 2019
One of the classic mistakes most businesses make is to target “everyone”. The StoryBrand approach is completely against this idea. Although, unlike some other marketing ideas which tell you to write out a detailed ideal customer profile — full of demographic and psychographic data — the StoryBrand framework gets you to focus on what the customer wants and how you can satisfy their wants.
This touches on one of the simple but important ideas that I really like in the StoryBrand book.
You are not the hero, your customer is the hero.
Playing video games can be a relaxing pass time. Only if you don’t overdo it! The advantages and drawbacks here come a dime a dozen, and they range from anything as inconsequential as a slouch to improved cognitive flexibility as well as quick reflexes.
The slouch can be remedied simply by including a reclining desk chair in your gaming rig set up for improved comfort. A simple step that can make all the difference. There are, however, some drawbacks that are more severe. Let’s take a look at some pros and cons of regular gaming that you didn’t know about.
Despite web development and social media advancements, some things will not change. These unchanging principles help us keep some important things in sight. In an earlier post, Engage, Respond and Answer, we explored the principle of engaging people. In this post, we look at another Online Presence 101 Principle: Basic Information. The number of rebrands and freshening up content doesn’t change the fact that information is still important.
This week we kick off the first of several podcasts featuring members of the ChurchMag community!
Several weeks ago we shared in the ChurchMag Facebook Group that we wanted to start having various ChurchMag-ers on the podcast.
(Are you interested? Let us know!)
Our first Meet & Greet is with Benjamin Smith.