Let’s talk about the latest high-tech products. I always hope this sparks some gray matter creativity with all the info marketers out there to help create some new info products:
“iPad:” I’m sure my friend had mentioned “iPad” to me in the past, but I didn’t see it until one day on the subway. A cool-looking young man walked in, sat down, plugged in his earphones, and, within seconds of touching the screen pad on his knee, he was engrossed in the music.
This is “iPad”, I thought. Then, a colleague showed it to me. It’s like the “iPod Touch”, but bigger. You can view videos, access the entire function list, and take the screen anywhere. It’s pretty cool and new, and consumers need as much information as possible about it. If you have it, get some info about it.
GPS: Some of my aunts came back from a recent vacation. They are not always together. Why? One person can’t get the GPS to work. They argue, get lost, and as a result everything goes bad. There, you can imagine how much GPS info is needed, not only to find your way but also to stop fights! GPS, or Global Positioning System, was once considered a government, sneak-and-top mechanism.
Currently, cars are being built with them on consoles to help direct people to their destination. It’s like having “Google Maps” in your car. But then again, some people are a bit afraid of how to use it. They need info marketers to tell them how to choose them, how they work, and how they will change the domestic partner scene. Got stuff on the GPS? Go now!
Smartphones: How many of you have landlines left? Maybe not as much as even a few years ago. Children, grandparents and even farmers use pocket mobile devices on a regular basis. The truth is that these tools are not just for stockbrokers or secret agents anymore. They are useful for people who have children or people who are traveling in a blizzard.
They are compact, well designed, and have many functions. But they’re also changing, both in technology and in public availability, namely the “iPhone” and “BlackBerry” devices offered by companies other than their parent companies. Are you a mobile guru? Wondering how to make communication better and/or what to expect? Society needs information, so work to provide it. You will be rewarded for it.
Green technology: If you think that environmentally conscious technology is out of date, think again. More people are interested in hybrid cars, greenhouse adaptations, and photo cell technology. Maybe it’s an ingrained concern, or maybe it’s people who really want a bright future for their children in the world they live in. However, technology can help with that. You may be alone, and your info may be of use to the general public.
There’s a lot more on this list, and I’ll probably write more later. But try this for now. Technology is crazy, no question about it. It’s fun and useful, but also very confusing. A very powerful info marketer can clear up that confusion and be successful with the public by educating others on how to use it. And that someone could be you.