Saying goodbye to my fear of technology? Sorry, but I stumbled upon “StumbleUpon” on my way trying to overcome my fears. StumbleUpon is with about 10.6 million users one of the most popular social networking sites these days. Never heard of it? Don’t worry! Come on! Let’s stumble together!
Author Archives: NerdyLaura
What are differences in buying patterns between men and women? How can structure and product placing in stores
make us buy more? And what happens when customers notice that they are influenced? Finally, here are the answers to the questions asked in part I of my blog post: “How supermarkets manipulate customers”. Continue reading
This time, I had a really hard time figuring out what to write about. So what did I do? Yes, you are right: I googled it. I admit. Guilty me. But my results turned out to be really interesting.
At first, my search words were: “business, IT, topics to write about”. Maybe not really creative, but in return very effective. On the top of the first site with
searching results I found a blog about business ideas and strategies called Home Business Opportunities where a certain post had the title: “10 Top Hot Topics To Write About”. Guess what the “hottest” topic was… And the winner is: Making money. Surprise, surprise… Continue reading
McDonald’s is a firm on a mission. Tired of being vilified and seen as an example of greed, the company attacks at critics with a series of environmental and social initiatives designed to prove that they are totally environmental-friendly and thereby totally green. Continue reading
During this blog post I want to report about my self-experiment, which I announced 2 weeks ago in my 3rd blog post (One day in my life!?). Why should you read my post? Nothing new? It is all been done before? Maybe you are right BUT:
Because of current events I chose to move the second part of my self-experiment (One day without communication-systems) to next week’s blog post.
Today I want to report about a huge event that took place last Saturday in Düsseldorf, Germany – The Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with its huge expenditure of technology and a great marketing campaign for Germany as a beautiful country and a humorous host.