No matter how towering is your business launch, but if you do not have an impactful marketing strategy you never profit your business. We all are aware of the fact that every business needs customers to continue its run. If your targeted audience does not pay attention to your product or service then it would be tough for you to get the business on the track of success. Therefore, you should come up with a solid marketing plan. So, let us find out what does a perfect marketing plan consist of?
Your business should take part in trade shows and if it’s not possible for you to get any booth in a show then you must have to look for a business, which can get ready to share its space with you. If you do not want to set up a booth, you can do business with exhibitors. This way your business will make a fine presence and will be noticed by many and you will reap its profit.
However, going for the marketing doesn’t mean you spend 75% of your budget on printing, slide presentation and website. It simply means that whatever you are delivering to your customer, you need to bring a decent image of it. For quality marketing tools, you need a stationary package, brochures, and presentation tools that are essential for your business.
Believe it or not, but this is true. On one hand, people leave no stone unturned to get a job in the IT giant Google, there are people on the other hand, do not care at all. Similar is the story of Samaira Mehta who turned down a big job offer from Google because she didn’t want to work. Her dreams are big and she wanted to be an entrepreneur. Google wanted her to be its part once she finishes her college but she refused.
She created a board game named ‘Coder Bunnies’, which teaches kids coding. She has done more than 60 workshops in which above 2000 kids participated. Moreover, she has won a prize in Think Tank Learnings Pitchfest in 2016. She gives away one part of her income to orphans through charity.
India is a country of vast diversities. We have multiple languages, multiple religions, and 3 crore Deities and unlimited freedom.
Yes … I am proud to be a Hindu born in India.
Hinduism is the Sanatana Dharma which is existing for thousands of years. It is not a religion .. it is a way of living. The roots of this Sanatana dharma lie in the Vedas and Upanishads. There is nothing in the world which is not discussed in Vedas.
The essence of Hinduism lies in forgiveness and selflessness.
- We pray for the happiness of everybody “Sarve Jana Sukhino Bhavantu”.
- Truth alone triumphs … “Satya Meva Jayathe”
- Humanity is greater than anything. “Manava Sevaye Madhava Seva”
Have you ever seen Aamir Khan promoting his upcoming like never before? I hardly witness a phenomenon where he is attending a talk show or appearing in commercials just to draw the attention of his audience. Never. Not at least in the last one decade. Then what dwindled him right before when his Thugs of Hindostan was all set to release. It seems Aamir’s so-called ‘gut feeling’ deceived him big time; therefore, he ended up being the part of a film, which is not even a poor copy of its Hollywood inspiration.
Set in the era of the Indian struggle for freedom, Thugs of Hindostan takes off when the brutal British officer Clive (Lloyd Owen) kills Mirza (Ronit Roy) to grab his kingdom. This led the princess Zafira (Fatima Sana Shaikh) to form a band with Khudabaksh aka Azaad (Amitabh Bachchan) and swears to avenge his father Mirza and get the kingdom back. On the other hand, the British Company hires the puckish thug Firangi (Aamir) to keep an eye on Khudabaksh and his strategies.
Here I am discussing the benefits of acting dumb. We often see people act dumb though they are not as dumb as they project themselves. They act to get the benefits of being dumb.
- The first advantage is nobody expects much from you. Even if you perform a little, you will get all praises and publicity.
- You can always save yourself from being embarrassed by knowing little than others. You can ask a question 10 times and still, you will be explained the same thing with patience as people know you are slow in understanding.
- When it comes to you everything will be simplified to reach your level. You will have the advantage of understanding the things at one go.
- You can make mistakes and break rules and still be safe and not get pointed out. You may get punished though.
- You will not have the pressure to perform all the time. You need not finish the task on time and still get excused.
- You will get an opportunity to learn more than others.
- People will be willing to help you more as they know you are dumb and learn slowly.
- You can ask questions all the time. Either people will be polite to you out of concern or snap at you for your dumbness. You can amuse yourself with both types.
The smartphone world is taking a big leap now. Biggies like Apple and Samsung are rigorously into creating something out of the box; therefore, it can be underlined that Apple’s wireless earphones and Samsung Note’s digital pen were one of the parts of the change in the past. Now, they are planning to go even more creative and tech-savvy. Let’s find out:
The Korean smartphone giant Samsung is working on a phone, which can be foldable. Although, it’s at the prototype stage at the moment; however, you will see such phones in the hands of people in the coming time. The interesting part is once you unfold it, it will be even bigger than 9 inches. Such a phone will have two screens; besides the main screen, there will be a small display where the user can see notifications.
Diwali, the glittering Festival of Lights is the most popular Indian Festival. This festival of lights and crackers is celebrated beyond cultures and religions across India and by Indians across the globe with great joy and colors.
Diwali is a five-day long festival, which usually falls in the months of Oct and Nov. During the five-day long festival the first day is celebrated as Dhanteras. The second day is called Narak Chaturdashi, and third is celebrated on the new moon day as DIWALI, the fourth day is celebrated as Govardhan pooja and the fifth day as Bhai Dooj.
Dhanteras (Dhana Triodasi):
This falls on the 13th day of Krishna pak