Microsoft sues Vancouver family for $750,000 US over alleged ‘click fraud’

Is this the tip of the iceberg?

Microsoft sues Vancouver family for $750,000 US over alleged ‘click fraud’

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‘MultiPoint’ and big Microsoft prize

The story is interesting but the brand behind the publisher is the prize for taking the time to read this piece.

Media is suffering but this publisher is focused and local–the same value proposition as Adscenario that employs Neuropersona views to align content in a focused way to a reader perspective.

Cheers,
Nick
www.neuropersona.com
www.adscenario.com

‘MultiPoint’ games put brothers in running for big Microsoft prize – TechFlash: Seattle’s Technology News Source

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Amazon taps Kindle fans for (free) marketing push

Amazon employs crowd sourcing as crowd marketing.

Kindle is the new iPod and iPhone combined as Kindle delivers the content like Apple and permits navigation like iPhone.

It will be an easy jump to place captive web site content on the Kindle.

Neuropersona views are currently being developed to visually explode hidden content onto small screens like the Kindle and iPhone.

Media ads will be the content and the books or articles will be the ads.

Look for a fall announcement.

Cheers,
Nick
www.neuropersona.com
www.adscenario.com
Amazon taps Kindle fans for (free) marketing push – TechFlash: Seattle’s Technology News Source

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Best branding advice from shapers of Obama brand

Best branding advice from shapers of Obama brand

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Online journalism and Profit

Context rules when looking for online profit and look to Neuropersona masks to align content and readers.

Cheers,
Nick
http://www.neuropersona.com
http://www.adscenario.com

Media leaders struggle with how to make online journalism pay

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U.S. online ad spend plunges.

Advertisers are treating on-line spend like another channel, they are wrong.

Do a Google, Yahoo or Bing search on ” Business Week and adscenario and Amazon ” and you will understand.

Cheers,
Nick
http://www.adscenario.com

U.S. online ad spend drops 5% | Media News

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Neuropersona Swarm Branding

Swarming is a phenomenon that Brand practictioners should watch carefully.

It is not buzz or geurilla marketing that dissipates but rather a series of behaviours embedded into participant’s DNA. How can you guide positive swarming to your brand?

Consider that a Neuropersona can be engineered since it is a mask that represents behaviours and stories.

Now do this:

  • Craft Neuropersona masks that serve your brand and customers simultaneously
  • Host and promote an event that resonates with behaviours and stories across Neuropersona masks
  • Make it attractive for attendees to bring guests or buzz to the event

While this is easier said than done focusing on serving behaviours of the Neuropersona masks is the key.

Don’t forget that one person can pick up any mask that is carefully crafted and it is unneccessary to find the perfect reason to invite them as they will pick it up and wear it themselved. This is DNA embedded in a Neuropersona mask, the same way that bees or ants have behaviours that cause them to swarm embedded in their DNA.

I have kept it general for two reasons;

  • Some people will think this is ‘mind control’
  • Other people will think this is lame or crazy or whatever

It is neither as people can pick up the Neuropersona mask at will and we don’t even have to choose. For people who believe it doesn’t work or is academically unsound, test it out this way.

  • Send two invitations to 10 people you know about two parties happening at the same time.
  • Describe them both in a similar way so that they would be equally interesting to each person invited.
  • Follow up with each person and when they ask you to help them decide describe one in a way that fits their usual behaviours and another that is slightly different.
  • See which they choose.

I use the number 10 to avoid random choice and expect that most if not all invitees to go to the event that fits their usual behaviours, assuming that they believe the two events are virtually identical.

But how do you get people to an event that is outside of their interests or behaviour patterns?

This is where careful crafting of Neuropersona masks come into play and where you describe the event in terms that overlap most of their behaviours but carefully add stories that help or serve their interests–meet people, learn something, relieve stress, explore new music, see an old favourite movie. 

It is the overlap of familiar behaviours with self-motivating stories combined into a Neuropersona mask left on the table with a few other masks that will let them pick one up, wear the associated Neuropersona mask DNA and SWARM.

This is a Brand Swarm using Neuropersona masks to serve people.

Cheers,

Nick www.neuropersona.com www.adscenario.com

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