Even if you’re not into the entertainment business, there’s a lot to learn from Netflix’s impeccable marketing strategies, which are strategically focused on creating value while spending less on advertising.
It’s a cool presumption: when Netflix’s audience isn’t obsessing over streaming, it’s focused on something completely unrelated — meme-ing. So yes, if there’s any digital marketing prodigy you want to pay attention to, it’s definitely Netflix.
Quick recap: Netflix started out as DVD mail-order sales service but made the wise choice at the right time to move to streaming videos instead. …
When I hear someone say “Oh, I’m an Entrepreneur and I make 7 figures a month”, two things that cross my mind: either they’ve chosen a highly lucrative field with massive audience or have created something exceptional that was risky at first. It’s not easy to innovate, improve and maintain your position in the market. Anyone can plan, but rarely planning converts into action. That’s because transforming a rough idea into a valuable product/service requires sheer dedication and determination. You need to stay optimistic and focused throughout the process.
The irony is, it’s easier said than done! But nothing in the world is impossible unless it’s about meeting aliens. …
But is he your friend?
The robotic package delivery game has been in talks since last year, and now Amazon is all set to give it a go.
Last week, the e-commerce giant introduced a six-wheeled sidewalk robot called Scout to deliver packages from now on. Initially, these devices will start off delivering ordered items in the vicinity of Seattle, and if successful, will spread to the rest of the State.
If you’re wondering how it works, take a look at the promo below
Scout looks like a large cooler on six wheels, powered by an electrical battery, with Amazon’s Smile logo stamped on it. Do not be under the impression that its battery powered element will allow the company to deliver packages faster than long-haul truck drivers. It will NOT by any means. Considering the extreme weather conditions, steep sometimes rocky roads, the robot will move at a walking pace on sidewalks. As of now, only six devices are currently being tested in the Snohomish County — just north of Seattle, which will make deliveries during weekdays in daylight hours. …