The children are addicted, teens are addicted, even grandparents are addicted to that rush of notifications and likes - and they just can’t quit. But the rush doesn't last forever. Why are we so into these apps that make us miserable?
Are the days when a business could get by on providing a good value alone gone now that Gen Z is demanding good values?
Before there were endless dating apps, sex robots, and little blue pills, marketing and sex have been linked for centuries. And of course, selling sexual acts has long been referred to as “the world’s oldest profession” for good reason.
In the Epilogue for the FADS book, I predicted “AI will be the disease and the cure.” With artificial intelligence giving marketers the power to know what consumers want, and better accuracy to modify behavior in order to sell their products, there would be some nasty side effects.
Making smart choices, considering the dangers before handing off your data on silly internet quizzes, and using privacy-focused search engines can help. But you can’t stop it. It’s far too late for that.
So what are the latest dating trends in the time of the pandemic? Let's find out and explore how FADS are influencing our dating behavior now.
The powers that be will always be looking to their marketing departments to help shape our preferences, and they’ll continue to hone in on their targets (us) with more precision.
Following in the footsteps of the original porn-based lifestyle brand, Playboy, Pornhub is hoping to make their brand more accessible, more approachable, and find that FADS Book Middle Path towards profits from a broader market.
If you haven't read the book yet, buy it now, and learn more about how companies like Endo study our data, form messaging, and convince us to buy their products.
Quality Meats, a creative agency, teamed up with a group of urologists to highlight a fact about COVID-19 that they thought might influence some of the vaccine-hesitant American men to get the vaccine.