This week, Amazon surprises us all with new products for the holidays, The President’s inciting tweets may be twice as annoying in the future, Uber is told to steer clear of London, Google & HTC team up , and much more.
Posts on Twitter have the shortest shelf-lives on social media. Additionally, they are extremely restrictive content-wise. With just 140 words at your disposal, finding the right content to publish is extremely important. It’s imperative for brands to create excellent content in order to effect better engagement. Here are a few things you could do, in order to more successfully engage your followers:Continue reading →
This week, TardisBlend host Tom Cheredar joins Dwayne, Tosin & Andy to discuss Apple’s new products, including the iPhone X, the worst leak of personal info ever, AI beats humans at gaydar, and much more.
Every relationship between the company and the customer is based on communication. Every communication is based on action and reaction. Every reaction can be a positive or a negative one that leads to the same kind of action. In other words, if you succeed to get a positive reaction you have a customer. If you get a negative reaction, better luck next time. In this era of digitalization, the communication has been largely automatized and that’s why it’s harder to ignite user emotions, but the basics have remained in behavioral science that can help you build a healthy relationship with your customers.Continue reading →