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When You Care Perceptive Readers this journal opens with When You Care. Look at this as more of an e-mailed letter I would send to further expound upon a topic. For instance; in August 2019, we discussed by word and deed how sharing is caring. You may say it the other way around, I care, so I shared this with you.
This article was originally post August 21, 2019
Marketing and sharing goes hand in hand. There are certainly a lot of free products, demos, and trial versions we can avail ourselves of every day.
Which has proven to be very helpful! Do you agree?
So here is something I’m wondering about from your point of view:
When a chef or baker gives the public his cakes and pies for many, many days for free, when would you be moved to say, with a huge smile, “Hey, I just love the desserts and pastries you make. How much would your best cake cost again?”
If you would like to respond to this question feel free to send your answers through the contact form. You can also elaborate on the answer if you like.
Thank you so much Perceptive Readers
My References on Recent Podcast and Articles
These are references to statements I have made during the month of August. It gives you a well-rounded view on why topics like these are valuable when the motivation is to help your neighbor out, so to speak. Either way, it helps to expand your mind. Haven’t you heard that said enough in your life? (Chuckle)
Sharing is caring, and Reminding is Caring.
“These thoughts are applicable in most forms of marketing and providing authentic interest for your audience and customers. Also, the effect is they feel valued; and is there really anything wrong with that?
In the elevated form of thinking, it is a form of dignifying a person (human).”
Gil Silberman, Lawyer, founder, engineer on A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste
It derives from United Negro College Fund, which adopted it in 1972 as one of the most successful public service marketing slogans of all time. The implication is that there were many bright, capable African American youth whose potential would be lost if they couldn’t afford college. Part of the brilliance of the slogan is that there was a lot more segregation back then, with blacks and whites thinking of the other as “them”, and a lot of media portrayal of young black men as angry, troubled, and dangerous. Describing young people as “minds” rather than as charity cases, social injustice, or “at risk youth” changed the dialog, personalizing the matter and encouraging respect rather than indignation or pity.
Caring is Sharing in Social Media
Have a wonderful August in your heart and mind. – Kind regards, James
*Note the above information will resonate more with entrepreneurs, mothers, fathers, and everyday consumers and internet users for recreation. Big names and established brands often have to use other methods of scrutinizing and sharing content. – Have a pleasant day in your heart and mind!
When You Care