Archive for the ‘MOIT’ Category

MOIT: Football Playing Dogs Hate McDonalds

MOIT: Meaning Of It All

My personal opinion on the results of some of the blog posts that I have had in the past.

Street Stuff: Doggie Post

According to your votes Doggie Post was one of the few pieces of marketing that you actually thought was not only just genius but also more likely to make you buy. As consumers we buy because of benefits not because of features. Adding a benefit for our animals makes us feel like we are getting more bang for our buck. If your target market owns dogs or has babies then consider catering to them too.

Street Stuff: McDonalds

100% of you voted against McDonalds. Not even genius marketing can triumph against a bad brand.

Fifa, Death and the Meaning of it All

Aggregation, in my opinion, will start becoming a large trend on the internet. Companies like Deal Radar are already collecting websites and putting them together on one page. I personally believe this post did well because we like when someone does the work for us and pull together things that interest us.

fashion for life.

Lots of Little Love




MOIT: Hello French McDonalds

MOIT: Meaning Of It All

MOIT was inspired by my friend Alivia and its my personal opinion on the results of some of the blog posts that I have had in the past.

Hello got 148 views

The about page is the most important page of all. This might be a large statement but its proven by facts. As the most viewed item on my blog the about page is the first place everyone goes. Common sense really, but why are so many about pages so boring then, or hard to find, not to mention sometimes so complicated it really didn’t explain anything at all in the first place.

Little Publicity: French McDonald’s Ad got 4th highest amount of views

You could say it was because this ad was extremely controversial but the reason this particular blog got so many views was because when I wrote it, I really wanted to know other people’s opinions so I sent this blog post to all my LGBT friends and they forwarded to others that they knew. When you write something that’s relevant, people care. (Its all about the target audience)

Little Publicity: Granola got 6th highest amount of views

We love David and Goliath Stories. This blog post was about some random stranger getting more publicity and doing more innovative things than the company itself. The asian guy is David and Quaker Oats is Goliath. Goliath is definitely losing on the publicity front with the asian guy getting more than 20 000 views whereas Quaker Oats has only 1000 views. BIG difference.

The problem with political jokes is they get elected

Lots of Little Love