I saw an ad for skill acquisition last week, and it read, "Why not use the money you spend on clubbing and eating to get a skill that will help you."
Not quoting, but very similar.
This is a wrong move because it doesn't understand marketing. See this:
Your target customer may ordinarily like clubbing and eating.
You can't create a new desire for skills but you can stir up a desire already resident in them.
"The Desire To Have Fun"
If they make money..
Mar 28, 2020 • 14 tweets • 4 min read
I Left Buruku (the L.G.A. where I was posted) Yesterday.
I miss it already.
In the spirit of missing that warm land, I'm going to sew on Twitter: a THREAD of some photos I took with my phone while I was there, in no order.
A Thread Of Tiv Land (Benue State) and Its People:
This is Buruku Beach, a part of Buruku River where people swim and fish too.
Those tiny white things (if you zoom in) are birds.
Mar 20, 2020 • 12 tweets • 4 min read
There's A Lesson On Advertising In This Camp Story
So I said I was going to tell you stories about my stay at #NYSC camp, Wannune...
But you may already know what happened: All camps were shut down, and for my state; all corps members were sent to their L.G.As
It was a mix of emotions on Wednesday morning when the NYSC State director announced it to us.
Most of us had been complaining and wanted to leave Camp, but it came too sudden.
Like many other people, I was just beginning to make friends, especially after our kitchen duties...
Mar 14, 2020 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
One Thing I Learnt That Helped My Confidence and Made Me Better.
For a long time I was insecure, especially in my high school days.
I would shy away from group discussions and public speaking. (I'm getting better😊)
But one thing I learnt from observing others is this
PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS HAVE OPINIONS.
How did this help me?
1.) I realized that people form opinions based on their perception, and we are all different.
So if someone disagrees with my thoughts or actions, it doesn't make me less of a person. It is what it is: an opinion.