Wednesday, December 3, 2008
When looking for market feedback on these features, this is the group that should be listened to, even if the uses are more socially-oriented than towards business or commercial applications. If you are trying to market content via these features; consider using your kids as an informal focus group to determine feedback on usability; what they like/don't like; what additional features they would like to see that would enhance the experience.
I would of course suggest using appropriate content for the duration of the focus group!
This four-session program provided by the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business and Really Useful Information, Inc. (RUI) focuses on four major components of creating and implementing a successful digital strategy:
- Digital media & technology - the process of monetization
- Streaming media - how to use it effectively
- Distribution platforms - which work best and why
- Branding & integrated marketing: getting more for your branding and marketing dollars
USC Marshall School of Business Professor, Steve Shepard, and RUI entertainment industry experts will deliver the program at the USC campus in Los Angeles.
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