I must now see several articles pop up a week, talking about marketing to millennials/Generation Y in either the B2C or B2B. The panic is here.
Because yes, we can all see the 1000 times you spammed your shitty eBook about sexy wolves or generic insurance comparison website to various G+ communities.
It's also alarmingly easy to mask your spamminess on Google+, so you've got no excuse. In short: stop being shit at life, and we might add you back.
Real People Still Inexplicably Trying to Enjoy Google+
P.s: The cat isn't related to anything. I just rule at marketing and getting people's attention. This is how it's done, kids.
Mass messaging almost always looks bad.
Time for more character development in comic book movies
Emily talks about why the constant pace of action in comic book movies is not a good thing for the genre and explains why things need to cha
\\...........//: On Right-Wing Videogame Extremism
exhausted by hearing reports from people i'm acquaintances with of being harassed, their accounts hacked, personal info spread, phone number
Review - The X-Files: Conspiracy #2 "Ghostbusters"
Have The Lone Gunmen got game? Emily takes a look at the first full crossover issue in the Conspiracy run as they take on the Ghostbusters.
Opinion - Dear Toby Stephens: it's the gatekeepers who keep SF at bay
In a recent interview, actor Toby Stephens decried the lack of genre films being made in the UK. Emily takes a look at the forces that keep
Cornwall Graphic Novel Group - Jan 2014: Revival and the Rapture
Looking deeper into discussions held during the January Cornwall Graphic Novel Group meet: is the Rapture used as a theme in the comic book
Opinion - Hex's favourite games of the outgoing generation
Each member of staff at Hex Dimension looks back at their favourite 3 games of the 7th generation of consoles. That is, the Xbox 360, PlaySt