But, to those involved in digital and social media marketing, a ‘like’ means so much more
Physical activity doesn’t generate numbers but ideas do. Ideas become data. New data is very important, the Internet is full of information, most of it is self-replicating, that is to say, it’s not new, but when new data does appears, Google and the other search engine databases snap it up in a frenetic race for new content.
Creativity is like putting lego blocks together for the very first time. Your brain says ‘HEY that works, lets do it again and see what happens!
In the beginning the “like” was cute, un-offensive and it allowed an opinion without having to generate text to explain yourself.
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To the average consumer, sitting at home and searching the net for an item, their only concerns are generally, price and delivery time, in fact price is quite often not an issue, it’s convenience that is king, they don’t care where it comes from, only how fast they can get it delivered to their door and start using it.