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    Business travelers aside, travelers book a hotel on average two to three times a year, and usually in different locations

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    But, Hubertus," Cayce offers, "what if Dorothea is..." "Yes?" He leans forward, palms flat on the table. "A vicious lying cunt?" Bigend giggles, a deeply alarming sound. "Well," he says, "we are in the business of advertising, after all." He smiles.

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    By the way, if anyone here is in advertising or marketing, kill yourself.

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    Capitalism, far from affording "privileges" to the middle classes, tends to degrade them more abjectly than any other stratum in society. The system deploys its capacity for abundance to bring the petty bourgeois into complicity with his own oppression—first by turning him into a commodity, into an object for sale in the marketplace; next by assimilating his very wants to the commodity nexus. Tyrannized as he is by every vicissitude of bourgeois society, the whole personality of the petty bourgeois vibrates with insecurity. His soporifics—commodities and more commodities—are his very poison. In this sense there is nothing more oppressive than "privilege" today, for the deepest recesses of the "privileged" man's psyche are fair game for exploitation and domination.

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    Circuits, Nerves And Myelin: At The End Of The Day, Neuroplasticity Is All You Need To Stay In Business

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    Coffee, taxi, airport, meeting, hotel, coffee, taxi, airport. (Repeat ad inf.)

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    Collect data, put them in context and don’t trust your gut: That’s what marketing is all about

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    Considering that a game console has roughly a 5-to-6-year life cycle, investing in game rooms is a relatively safe move for any hotel

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    Corporate advertising is simply expensive lying dressed up as brainwashing

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    Control is an advertising concept.

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    Content Is King, Distribution is Queen

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    Creativity is a clashing of opposites.

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    Creating a website for a hotel without fully understanding their needs, their strengths and weaknesses is like selling expensive shoes without asking the customer for the size that he fits; they will do a good impression in the shoe rack, but you won’t be able to wear them and walk.

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    Does your marketing promote the difference between good and bad or better and best?

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    Design is, to put it straight, a solution to a problem.

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    Do billboard salesmen record their sales on charts? If so, who's at the top of the billboard charts for billboard sales?

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    Do an overwhelming number of respected scientists believe that human actions are changing the Earth's climate? Yes. OK, that being the case, let's undermine that by finding and funding those few contrarians who believe otherwise. Promote their message widely and it will accumulate in the mental environment, just as toxic mercury accumulates in a biological ecosystem. Once enough of the toxin has been dispersed, the balance of public understanding will shift. Fund a low level campaign to suggest any threat to the car is an attack on personal freedoms. Create a "grassroots" group to defend the right to drive. Portray anticar activists as prudes who long for the days of the horse and buggy. Then sit back, watch the infotoxins spread - and get ready to sell bigger, better cars for years to come.

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    Don't fight to be right, but fight when you are right.

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    Ever Heard Of The Online Disinhibition Effect? It Means Being An A**hole When Protected By A Nickname

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    Don’t spend your time or money on being boring.

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    Employing a designer simply to sketch in Photoshop what you think your website should look like, means denaturing the work. If you are not a designer, you probably have neither the skills nor the know-how to transform your vision (even if correct and coherent) into a functional website.

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    Entrepreneurs, owners and GMs should be able to make a decision based on facts, not passively relying on the pitches of commission-based-sales people.

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    Every cent invested must be tracked and analyzed

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    During 1978 World Chess Championships, Karpov hired a psychologist to hypnotize Korchnoi. Korchnoi, in return, hired a bunch of Indian sect members to do the same. My point? Trust no one

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    Especially in Europe, the introduction of GDPR has undeniably added an additional level of complexity to effective automation and, equally crucial, is the problem of human error during data entry: If the information entered into the systems is incomplete, inaccurate or inconsistent, in fact, it becomes useless for automation purposes. Or, even worse, dangerous, as hoteliers would end up making assumptions that have no basis.

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    Even hoteliers willing to innovate are often bound by multiyear contracts with archaic, legacy systems. On the bright side, as new players get bigger and gain market share, on-premise software will be forced to adapt

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    Every dollar you spend on training saves you two dollars on advertising.

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    Every reservation has a cost per acquisition, period.

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    Every reservation has a cost: Sometimes it is clearly defined (commission, markup), and sometimes more hidden (creation of website, hosting, adword investments, meta-search ads, booking engine transaction fees, branding activities, etc.).

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    For an entrepreneur: wealth invites fame. For a celebrity: fame invites wealth.

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    False advertising makes a lot of people a lot of money. Lying is big business.

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    Folkloric dances in the metro, innumerable campaigns for security, the slogan “tomorrow I work” accompanied by a smile formerly reserved for leisure time, and the advertising sequence for the election to the Prud-hommes (an industrial tribunal): “I don’t let anyone choose for me”—an Ubuesque slogan, one that rang so spectacularly falsely, with a mocking liberty, that of proving the social while denying it. It is not by chance that advertising, after having, for a long time, carried an implicit ultimatum of an economic kind, fundamentally saying and repeating incessantly, “I buy, I consume, I take pleasure,” today repeats in other forms, “I vote, I participate, I am present, I am concerned”—mirror of a paradoxical mockery, mirror of the indifference of all public signification.

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    For OTASs, after the gold rush of metasearch engines acquisitions of 5 years ago, 2018 will be remembered as the year of marketplaces

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    Giving loyalty programs' members realistic goals and a transparent way to monitor their progress will make them buy more and more often.

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    For the first time in history, children are growing up whose earliest sexual imprinting derives not from a living human being, or fantasies of their own; since the 1960s pornographic upsurge, the sexuality of children has begun to be shaped in response to cues that are no longer human. Nothing comparable has ever happened in the history of our species; it dislodges Freud. Today's children and young men and women have sexual identities that spiral around paper and celluloid phantoms: from Playboy to music videos to the blank females torsos in women's magazines, features obscured and eyes extinguished, they are being imprinted with a sexuality that is mass-produced, deliberately dehumanizing and inhuman.

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    For your business to stand out and succeed, you have to put a primary focus on the social media space, go in big (halfway will not do), and do it better than most, right from the start.

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    Gillette--The best a man can get." I stared at the screen. What happened to me? I was meant to be one of those guys, vigorous and athletic and successful and, most of all, American. I was going to walk on the moon, be a movie star or a rock got or a comedian. I was going to have an amazing life and kids with Helen and die like Chaplin a thousand years from now in my Beverly Hills mansion surrounded by my adoring family, with the grieving world media standing by. Instead, I was just another show-business mediocrity. A drunk who shat his pants and ran for help. My life had been careless and selfish. Pleasure in the moment was my only thought, my solitary motivation. I had disappointed whoever had been foolish enough to love me, and left them scarred. I was a very long way from being the best a man can get.

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    Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Eat pudding. Books are good. Eat pudding. If kids read a lot. Eat pudding. They'll get so they can think clearly. Eat pudding. And if enough kids read and think. Eat pudding. We will have world peace. Eat pudding. Thank you very much. Eat pudding.

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    Good photographers know a mind jedi trick or two, but it’s unlikely that they can read your mind. Talking to the photographer will help him decide the style to be used, the time of the day to shoot and so on.

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    Google "booking engine" and you get over 400,000 results. "Channel manager"? Over 2 million. And all these companies claim to be the best choice for you. How can you make a decision in this maelstrom of information?

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    Good Marketing Is Simply Chemistry: Dopamine, Norepinephrine And Oxytocin. Nothing More

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    He loved his job. What was advertising, anyway, but a knowledge of people and of which buttons to push to nudge them into opening their wallets? It was, he often though, an accepted, creative, even expected twist on picking those wallets. For a man who had spent the first half of his life as a thief, it was the perfect career.

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    Having “a lot” of data do not always mean having “the right” data.

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    He loved his job. What was advertising, anyway, but a knowledge of people and of which buttons to push to nudge them into opening their wallets? It was, he often thought, an accepted, creative, even expected twist on picking those wallets. For a man who had spent the first half of his life as a thief, it was the perfect career.

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    ...Her boyfriend gives her a Mercedes, [her friends] say, 'Oh, that's nice.' But her boyfriend gives her a diamond, they say, 'Oh, he's serious.' It's not just the gift of love-it's the gift of commitment. She's not jumping up and down because she got a diamond ring but because she got a guy! There are those who say you don't need diamonds. I say they're right. Just like you don't need sex.

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    Hotel Associations Are There To Hold Down Innovators And Prevent Changes In The Industry. That’s Why There Are So Many Lawyers In Them

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    Here we will see that pharmaceutical companies spend tens of billions of pounds every year trying to change the treatment decisions of doctors: in fact, they spend twice as much on marketing and advertising as they do on the research and development of new drugs. Since we all want doctors to prescribe medicine based on evidence, and evidence is universal, there is only one possible reason for such huge spends: to distort evidence-based practice.

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    Hotels' loyalty programs evolved, changed and made countless U-turns over the years, but a constant has surprisingly survived unscarred over the course of three decades: points.

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    Hotels are resilient to MA adoption, because of the initial economic investment needed

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    Hotel marketing starts on front desks and dies in academies.