Gain Insight Into Any Overlap

Why would I want to hang a poster that reads ‘Arbeit macht frei’ above my couch? What corporate identity would I want to radiate with that? Yet there is a manufacturer that has been commissioned to make those things. Or maybe he came up with it himself? Thousands of mouse pads with ‘Massacre Auschwitz Birkenau Jewish Death’ were produced in that factory. Someone has approved that. Is there a need for concentration camp merchandise? As a marketer I wonder if this is demand-driven or supply-driven? Or one day a representative comes with a suitcase full of samples from Auschwitz knick-knacks and the buyer thinks: “Yes, a concentration camp! That no one has come up with that yet.”?

Insight Into Any Overlap

These examples seem strong to me, would the “algorithm story” be true after all? I can hardly believe it, but there is a company that has images automatically selected by a ‘certain’ (whatever that may be) system and that works with algorithms. There’s no Mayotte B2B List one behind that. It is therefore always exciting which location will be printed on the products. Now that is Auschwitz, but next time it could just be Volendam. Hitler in commercials A few years ago, the rise of Hitler was the talk of the town in advertising. Advertisers believed that a joke with Hitler should be possible, just like comedians do. But putting Hitler in an advertisement to sell a product is not one, but two bridges too far. You’re an advertiser, not a comedian. Also read: Design the customer journey based on emotions That message never arrived in Taiwan.


Into Any Overlap

Hitler is German and German is solid, the market research had shown.  This does not only happen in Taiwan, by the way. Hitler wine On our return trip after a holiday in Italy, we stopped to refuel just before the border with Austria. I walked into the gas station with my husband to pay. In a corner at the back of the shop we found a shelf full of Hitler and Mussolini wine and other Nazi paraphernalia. At first we looked at each other in shock. “This is a bit crazy,” my husband said at the time. We couldn’t believe that something like this was just there on the shelves. We felt slightly embarrassed. A drink in the personal atmosphere with a bottle of Hitler wine? Fine, but it has to be fun.

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