The status of “LOL” is not a laughing matter anymore. The status seems to have spiraled downhill for the aging acronym to the point where it is on the verge of obscurity. It might be because everyone has figured out that the other person on the other end isn’t laughing at all, or perhaps it was over used to fill out awkward pauses to the point of being meaningless. The new Facebook report shows only 1.9 percent of the users are LOLing. The majority of the LOL-ers are from the older demographic, which may be the cause of the vernacular shift. Let’s dig deeper into why a word that was once so popular, it became part of the Oxford English Dictionary is now seeing a decrease in usage.
Marketing is an ever-changing industry focused on influencing consumer decisions, buying behavior, and customer loyalty. Here at Fahrenheit, because we are brand-minded, we like to employ the use of marketing automation to cement the brand of our clients in the forefront of each consumer’s mind. Marketing automation is a powerful means of keeping your brand alive and well in a space full of noise and distractions.
The advent of the Internet and its many channels of information, such as social media, changed the way American society receives and processes content. Consumers are increasingly turning towards online blogs and article sources of news and information. As an online writer, you have an array of tools and resources at your disposal that were unavailable to historical writers and content creators. Credible, article-enriching information can be researched in a matter of minutes, while grammar and spell-check tools help polish your work to near perfection. Indeed, an online article, when produced and syndicated effectively, can be a powerful and influential force that can attract attention, spread awareness, and motivate action.
Who knew that fireworks and marketing had similarities. Fahrenheit Marketing highlights the interesting elements shared between both fireworks and marketing.
Fahrenheit Marketing is proud to announce that our business partner, Neogenis Labs, has been honored with a place on the Austin Chamber of Commerce’s “A-List”.
The A-List is intended to showcase Austin’s most promising startups of the year, categorized into three divisions: Emerging (under $1M in funding), Growth ($1-$10M in funding), and Scale (above $10M in funding). From a pool of over 275 nominations, Neogenis was selected as one of the five businesses under the Growth category.