How do they do it?

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With the rising of online shopping these days, some companies find it difficult to compete with them. Especially when targeting young generations, these young people are more attracted to virtual shopping. Therefore, companies must carefully market their products to attract them, otherwise, they are history.

Forever 21, a 36-year-old fashion…

You don’t have to be Elon Musk to do this instead of rubbing people’s faces to convince people to buy your stuff.

Tweet: Obviously, a flamethrower is a super terrible idea. Definitely don’t buy one. Next tweet: Unless you like fun
Source: Elon Musk’s Twitter.

We’ve all seen Ryan Reynolds’ ad that kept us hooked on his videos and had us sit through the entire one-minute-long ad.

And we’ve also seen how Elon Musk didn’t use any form of marketing to sell his tequilas and flamethrowers, and yet people are still willing to buy them.


5 Reasons to drop self-help(that are slowly turning toxic) and start reading leadership books.

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In the world of fake lives, and influencers spewing the same words over and over again on their social media about motivations and self-helps and all(making me annoyed), it becomes harder for us to even trust that industry again without thinking that they are doing it for the money only.


Before Ryan Reynolds, there was Ricky Gervais’s anti-ad.

Source: Optus Facebook, 2015. We called Ricky again.

We all knew Ryan Reynold’s awesome ads that shook the internet and made him one of the best advertisers and marketing influencers. Plus Elon Musk with his hilarious Twitter ads that shook the market.

There was actually one more person who had done these kinds of advertisements first, and this…

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