|April 2, 2013|
|The Secret of Digital Marketing? It's All in the Details|
|By Jon Greer|
| As a trained journalist and former newspaper reporter, I’m conditioned to look and listen for details. It’s a skill that obviously comes in handy when you are doing marketing work. But you may have noticed that a lot of marketing and public relations content is oddly free of details. Companies would rather claim to be a “leader,” to offer “comprehensive solutions,” and tout their “fast-growing” status than provide information that would prove (or possibly disprove) these claims. This is not an accident, nor is it an unconscious action by corporate marketers. A tension exists between peoples’ natural curiosity and the desire on the part of businesses to keep details and specifics to themselves.
In fact, a great deal of business – and potential profit – revolves around the uneven distribution of information. Stocks move up and down on the basis of mere rumors and speculation. Consumers buy products not knowing exactly what’s in them, where they are made, and what it really cost [...]
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