This is a topic that comes up frequently, no matter the market. Whether you’re in photography, social media, web design, nuclear power plant design, or selling new or used cars: You need to focus your marketing efforts.
All too frequently, new business owners want to promote themselves broadly, talking to everyone who will listen. On one hand, this is understandable. You just never know who might send future business your way. And that’s what you’re after. Right?
New, the next big thing. The next thing you have, or will, start. Not yesterday’s work, not last week’s with yet another new task to finish. No, something absolutely completely New.
JT suggests you consider taking up something, well, New! in your life.
2007. That’s the year touch interfaces rocked the world and turned how we seriously thought about computer interfaces upside down. It was the year the iPhone debuted. It was the epitome of new, of innovation.
It is easier to find things ‘called’ innovative now, than actually innovative. Here, we take a look at the abuse with a touch of humor.