Reds too much attention is not enough, even friends are not enough

this month a brother who’s sister? Now, love with "brother" "sister" called the street is no longer a business of the younger sister, but the media, there are so few articles every month, to launch a similar format that the brother sister, brother / sister × "; net friends said go……"

Reds too much attention is not enough, even users are not enough, so to make use of all kinds of false account. Once upon a time, one thing to hit track is that, in the network community work for a long time, by netizens crazy top post, before finally going, get the traditional media look on newspapers layout, officially became popular.

marketing and communication from technology to concept and method change rapidly, the bottom line of a low low, everyone’s endurance is more and more strong, the attention resource is exhausted, so the media and marketing leaders had to start tomorrow in advance attention. Several community leaders, plus one or two copies of the media, you can solemnly declare that a brother sister has become popular. The information age, people who become aware molecule, someone was very red and you don’t know, of course, to go up.

this is an effective mode to view, media and community leaders to credit loans and all the attention, but the advance mode, the biggest problem is how to repay the advance attention, and finally get rid of the liability mode. When people think that an enterprise is "worthy of attention", it can be regarded as the time to pay off the attention of the loan. And if the case is not worth paying attention to appear repeatedly, the enterprise itself to stay bad debts accumulate more and more, the final result is credit bankruptcy, loan less attention.

social media era, we have more and more "financing channels" can get attention, but how to "spend" the attention, allow enterprises to become "concern", which will continue into the attention of enterprise assets, the need for more careful consideration. Rich, launching a campaign to spend huge sums of money to start short-term stimulus, attention instantly excited a surge of popularity, but these attract attention to the past one, brand equity and profit can bring not to see how much more, perhaps also reduced, because "the attention does not want to pay attention to your people" attention, stimulate inflation and devaluation of attention".

The more serious harm to

is the growing interest in usury". A and B have big big gains a lot of attention of brand asset growth, C card also unwilling lonely, but weak, too low, even advance nobody claims to be able to work hard, had to find a "24 hour instant popular speculation, from the strip to tragic dream dew point, to the red line. But it is never easy to borrow usury, which is not based on its own profitability, and pays off ten

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