09 Jun Digital Marketing humor
A PPC(Pay Per Click) specialist, SEO(Search Engine Optimization) manager, & Social Media guru die, go to heaven, and are waiting to enter the pearly gates. They all want to get in first just to show how much more important their life’s work was in comparison to the others, so each of them used the tools of their trade to try and persuade God to let them in first.
SEO went first by commenting on God’s blog every 10 minutes while waiting. God responded only to a few of them before he finally said enough was enough and blocked all comments by the SEO Manager.
Next came the PPC specialist. He called God on the Holy iPhone and asked how much the other two were offering Him in order to get in first. God sent the PPC specialist straight to Hell.
While all of this was happening, the Social Media guru was working on her iPhone patiently waiting. Soon enough the gates opened and God’s voice spoke…
“I have accepted your friend request, joined the Facebook group supporting your entrance into the Kingdom of Heaven, and read all of your tweets over the past few hours so you may enter as long as it all stops immediately.”
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Thanks and remember….. The best place to hide a dead body is; page 2 of Google search results.
“Microsites have a limited life, whereas you can have a Facebook page and invite a dialogue with users on an ongoing basis for years, if you so choose.”
Blake Chandlee, vp Europe, Facebook
“You can’t set out by saying, ‘Oh, we’re going to deliver you a viral video’, because you’d be lying.”
Dennis Ryan, cco, Element 79 Partners
“You wouldn’t buy a TV that required you to press ctrl-alt-del to switch it on or a fridge, or a car. So why copy the outdated protocols of 1970s computing when you design your software?”
Simon Silvester, evp head of planning, Y&R EMEA
And remember… “The next horizon will be deep integration of the physical and interactive worlds. The future of online is offline.” – Cyriac Roeding, entrepreneur-in-residence, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers