As people get older life teaches us, each one of us many things. Knowing you already
know the answer because you have lived it, seen it, been told about it or watched it may mean that the little bits get lets out. Especially when giving or receiving instructions. Alternatively it may also be that you know the answer just not how you got the answer. The challenge is to go find the question. In turn, that is troubling at times. A common term that suits these is the statement ” Go Google it.”
Search engines have not taken over the world. What has occurred though is that the internet search engines are easily obtained through many devices. IPads, Watches, Tablets, Glasses, telephones and even the PC sitting at home.
Taking a closer look at :
“Go Google it.”
The Alogrhyums have in effect altered the way people find information. When Pigeon came through in 2014, the search engine BOTS started using IP addresses as a reference point. Effective displaying the bigger international companies information further down the search engines page. However, the saying “money makes the world go round” holds true. Paid advertising comes first on the search engines.
Next is the Keyword Phrases measure challenge. Most people are searching through visual references. Static visual platforms like Pinterest, or ‘movies’ through platforms like YouTube have proved very popular. With eighty-five percent of people beginning to search through these platforms rather than text-based documents where does this leave the regular person who wants to market their content or idea online?
Using this as an example.
The Budda Garden had a stall at the inaugural Churchill Market. Bromeliads were labeled
as the plants that were on sale. Big, beautifully grown plants. Photos were taken. A small banner for a message was made. What was the plant’s name? That that the answer has slipped the mind! What is the next step to finding out information?
While on Google + the community the was opened was “Melbourne ……..” A photo was to be placed into the stream. Hang on that photo also needed a name. So the text went “I know they start with a b? As a name. Just loved the colour ranges within the species..” Margaret Wong answered “Very pretty Bromeliads.”
That is right. Ask a friend.
Although not in the middle of the night. Not one friend wants to be disturbed that early in the morning. Asking a question amongst friends online, no matter what time it actually is, questions are being asked, a conversation started, friends made, knowledge, as well as information, is being gathered, practiced.
Some may think this computer age is a great way of sorting out different thought processes.
Others may wonder if some people ‘actually’ think! That no-one needs to be super brilliant nowadays.
Life experience involves change.
Accepting the fact that change is a necessary part of growth helps move stagnant thought process.
Change factors also influence what, and where people market. The routes that the marketing may take. What works in one situation may work in another given situation although slightly altered. Basing future dreams upon only those experiences is a limitation.
Knowing what you have already done in your life, what you wanted to do with as well as what you would like to do still with the time left why avoid the additions of creativity and flair. As well as your own wishes desires and ambitions when you create your personal bucket list.
See what happens with a 101 bucket list.
How then can you market yourself to achieve what it is you actually want to do. That one thing you ‘personally’ have dreamed about.
Yes, Life teaches people many things. Remember life teaches us change – Go Google your dreams.
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