Some people instantly make us feel important. Some people instantly make us feel special. Some people light up a room just by walking in. We can't always define it, but some people have it: They're naturally charismatic.
The rumored hologram Ronald Reagan — created by the same people who re-animated 2Pac for Coachella earlier this year — exists, but his presence has been cancelled, reportedly because the sponsors don't want to upstage the actual, flesh-and-blood candidate. Yahoo! has the scoop:
"It wasn't officially going to be part of the convention," Tony Reynolds, founder of crowdsourcing website A KickIn Crowd, told Yahoo News in a phone interview Thursday. "It was going to be outside of the convention at the Lakeland Center."
Reynolds obtained rights to a Reagan speech discussing small businesses and plans to use the hologram to promote the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act. [...]
However, Reynolds says he discussed the idea with a number of Republican activists who asked him to delay the project out of concern it would overshadow Mitt Romney's acceptance speech. [...] Reynolds said another reason he delayed the unveiling was that he didn't want the hologram to be used for partisan purposes...
Learn how to inject a little charisma into your inbound marketing so leads and customers love you.
You know those people everyone wants to be around? The ones that light up the room with their smiles? The ones that make every person they talk to feel like the most important person in the world?
I love those people.
And I bet you do too, because they just make you feel ... awesome. That (along with Inc.'s article "10 Habits of Remarkably Charismatic People") inspired me to think about how we as marketers can make sure our marketing embodies some of that charisma that we admire in those around us.
Think about it. Does your marketing make people feel awesome? Does it light up a room? Does it make people want to be around your company more? If not, we've thought of seven tip to help you transform your marketing into something people just can't get enough of!
How to Inject a Little Charisma Into Your Marketing
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