Just yesterday, I turned in a paper on Best Practice in Conversational Campaign for my IE studies. Naturally, I chose for analysis Barack Obama’s one, which involved heavily campaigning in the digital channels. All good, but there was an angle I didn’t ponder on and a colleague immediately asked about (Thanks E.!)… What happens next?
This starts to remind me a bit of the Rambo sequels… This time with BTC, of course. I had the previous “Staying connected” done a week ago when I was in Madrid, Spain. When I thought that I had it all covered, it turned out that it wasn’t true. Here’s the follow-up.
When I got my first PC I was no more than 10 years old. In that sense I can not call myself a Digital Native. I started too late on that. I find myself still thinking analog rather then bit when it comes to certain issues and events. However, if you ask me what I would miss the most if I was estranged on a desert island, I would say that it would be my computer and the internet connection. See, I often go to Europe to visit family and friends.
Finally, I got my hands to set the blog up. Since I am currently furthering my understanding of what is happening on the interactive front, I will mostly be talking about Digital Marketing, China and IE, of course.