science of marketing

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“Coniferous University’s Spring Semester begins Monday. Classes end in May, except Time Travel 3302: Hyper-productivity, which ends Tuesday.

Space Travel 2910: Exocide
Learn the plants, poisons, songs, and symbols you’ll need to slay hostile behemoths beyond human ken. Pass/fail

Marketing 1101: Countermeasures
How to get your message to the masses despite hypnosis filters, outrage vaults, and weaponized truth serums”

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I wanted to share this with you guys. Last summer I tried to kickstart my book. I put my everything into my kickstarter campaign. I had a flyer made and everything. My project was featured on several different blogs and I had a pretty fierce marketing campaign. I even paid for one of those kickstarter advertisment things where they will tweet and post about your campaign every single day. Despite all of that I only raised $671 dollars in 30 days. I was completly distraught. I was so upset with myself. I had all of these posters in my room and a stack of bookmarks,the only printout I could afford to produce were my bookmarks. I left my manuscript and all of my kickstarter stuff alone for a long time. I couldnt even look at it. I cant pin point when it happened but I decided to try agian. My heart had healed and I felt like I should try agian. I had no idea what was going to happen but I knew I would never know unless I tried. I learned from my mistakes and I relaunched my project on Indiegogo. Last night was the final night for my project and not only did I reach my goal but I raised extra money as well. I hope that anyone reading this who’s a creative person will gain strength from this. If you fail the first time,its ok! You can try agian! Regroup yourself,keep networking,keep trying new things and when you feel better try agian. You never know what will happen if you try agian. I did and now I’m in the process of publishing my first scifi novel as an e-book.

Ideal Majors For the Signs
  • Aries: Medicine, Law, Public Relations
  • Taurus: Business, Journalism, Sociology
  • Gemini: Foreign Language, Creative Writing, Film
  • Cancer: Music Performance, Early Childhood Education, Art
  • Leo: Political Science, Social Work, Literature
  • Virgo: Economics, Animal Science, Theater
  • Libra: Communications, Marketing, Advertising
  • Scorpio: Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Human Development
  • Sagittarius: Psychology, English, Religious Studies
  • Capricorn: Accounting, Computer Science, Anthropology
  • Aquarius: Engineering, Environmental Science, Nursing
  • Pisces: Education, Music Theory/Composition, Design

anonymous asked:

Girl's kids toys now are much better than they used to be. There are science kits marketed to girls and there are superhero toys marketed to girls. There are still obvious differences between boy and girl toys, but things are getting better. Your criticism is still mostly correct but I'm getting the impression that you haven't actually been in a toy aisle for a few years.

Lol, I have an nine year old niece and a seven year old nephew, don’t try to lecture me about toy stores, k?

It is difficult to find female action figures at the same quality level as the male action figures unless you’re willing to fork out big $$$ for the collector additions. There is almost always more of a choice when it comes to male action figures (e.g. 10+ different Thor figures compared to like 2 Black Widow figures)

As I mentioned, the science kits marketed specifically towards girls are almost always things like ‘make your own makeup’, the only other type I’ve seen are the ‘grow your own crystals’, which are marketed as an aesthetic accessory as opposed to a cool science experiment. 

True, things ARE getting better, but whether things were getting better or not was never a part of my observation to begin with, so I don’t know why you brought it up tbh. Plus, the ONLY reason it is getting better is because feminists have been fighting this battle for years. 

signs as college majors
  • *use sun/midheaven*
  • aries: engineering, business, physical education
  • taurus: arts management, environmental studies, landscape architecture
  • gemini: communication, urban studies, computer science
  • cancer: special education, nursing, culinary sciences
  • leo: theatre, political science, marketing
  • virgo: data science, pre-med, astrophysics
  • libra: hospitality & tourism management, studio art, prelaw
  • scorpio: psychology, public health, sociology,
  • sagittarius: philosophy, international studies, archaeology
  • capricorn: accounting, mathematics, finance
  • aquarius: women's and gender studies, astronomy, computer engineering
  • pisces: music, pre-vet medicine, early childhood education
Ideal majors for the signs

Check midheaven sign

Aries: Medicine, Law, Public Relations
Taurus: Business, Journalism, Sociology
Gemini: Foreign Language, Creative Writing, Film
Cancer: Music Performance, Early Childhood Education, Art
Leo: Political Science, Social Work, Literature
Virgo: Economics, Animal Science, Theater
Libra: Communications, Marketing, Advertising
Scorpio: Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Human Development
Sagittarius: Psychology, English, Religious Studies
Capricorn: Accounting, Computer Science, Anthropology
Aquarius: Engineering, Environmental Science, Nursing
Pisces: Education, Music Theory/Composition, Design