When Team USA defeated Ghana Monday night in the World Cup, social media erupted. All of a sudden, everyone became a fan of soccer. Sean Green joins David on the podcast to discuss the “World Cup Effect” and what businesses can learn from “opportunity bubbles.”
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In the print media business, we often look for leads and prospects in competing publications. This usually pans out very well, as clients who advertise in competing publications have already bought into the benefits of print advertising. It is our job to counsel them on the benefit of OUR print advertising product(s).
For 11 months out of the year, this is a good plan. We have opened some previously closed doors using this method. But, when December rolls around, that all changes.
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A convenience store I frequent near my office is located next door to a Burger King® fast food restaurant. From time to time, you can smell the flame broiler cooking burgers as the place gets ready for lunch rush.
That smell is enough to make anyone hungry for a Whopper®. In fact, there are time I have left the convenience store, smelled that aroma and immediately got in line in the drive thru.
With my mouth salivating in anticipation of the product which produced that aroma, I take a big bite — and am usually disappointed.