McDonald's is certifiably the King in the Kingdom of Kiddie Consumers. Their Happy Meals that offer children a ‘free’ toy (at the price of a premium on the meal), has become the order of choice for every family that sets a foot in the fast food chain. The giveaway toys are marketed as FUN, EXCITING, COLORFUL, RELEVANT and COLLECTIBLE to young children, and as free to parents. The children’s power to spend at these occasions drove McDonald’s success, garnering nearly 15% of it’s daily business and generating $10 million in revenue per day.
Do you know how many websites are there in the world right now? Well, more than 1.5 billion and of these, not more than 200 million are active. Every day, there are new websites popping up and each of these websites compete with each other to reach their target audience.Note that it is irrespective of the fact that a Company is small, medium, or large - has a website in the initial stage of development or a dedicated up & running marketplace.
To capture the chunk of the sales pie that your organization deserves, you will have to capture the attention of your audience. The overwhelming amount of data available can lead to analysis paralysis. Therefore, to get you started here are some easy steps you can take to hold your audience’s attention.
Let's analyse a story of a young, vibrant manager, Josh who keeps tracking his business with much concern. His business is receding as fast as his hairline. He should immediately take some steps in order to solve this trough. The consumers seem to be skeptical about his quality of the business services, that they have resorted to his competitors.
Over the last couple of decades, marketers have moved to the digital space from the physical one. This makes interaction with the consumer much more predictable, measurable and efficient.
But this has also made the communication impersonal compared to an interaction in “real” world. But now you have a way to bring the efficiency of digital interactions to physical world - through Augmented Reality (AR).
Virtual, alternative, and augmented