Direct marketing is not just about creativity, good writing or an offer – it’s actually a science. Yes, you heard correctly… it is a science.
I have seen some amazing direct marketing campaigns and currently, in the big corporation space, NAB are doing a sensational job or luring consumers to change banks because they have “broken up” with the other banks.
Who has had a bad coffee? I am sure that 100% of people have had an experience of a bad coffee and no doubt will continue to as our favourite brands are not always available, where we want them to be. The coffee industry is a burgeoning industry, and locally in Australia, companies like Vittoria Coffee has pioneered the coffee industry and taken a significant dominance in the buying decisions of not only coffee shops but also to consumers who pick coffee off the shelf at the local Coles or Woolworths stores.
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A last minute decision to attend the ‘race that stops a nation’ reminded me why gossip magazines sell so well and how gen-y is absorbed with the idea of celebrity, so much more than I remember my generation ever being.
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