Ralph Lauren 4D Experience (2010)

An amazing 4D fashion show ! The world is stepping from 3D to 4D soon and the fashion market is leading the way. Who knows how soon the New York Broadway shows may get in 4D as well? -Vanessa Fu


We are all living in a new era of relying upon the social media daily. As common as having a meal or brushing your teeth, almost in every moment people browse online for various information they are looking for. Can’t image if the internet gets disconnected one day how the people will behave? How much impact the business will be encountered? -Vanessa Fu

Blogging, Babies, and the Bayou

If you haven’t seen Disney’s Pixar Brave, you need to put it on the top of your weekend must-do list. The kids will love it, but it is also entertaining for the whole family. Until then, you can spend this weekend with some Brave Activities the kids can enjoy now.


Have a Great Weekend!

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Social media is dead. Time and time again, we see social media efforts fail because people start out by putting up a Facebook page, starting a Twitter account, and most recently launching a Pinterest board up and running.

The reason why social media is dead is because a business strategy should NOT be based around a channel strategy. Recognize that social platforms are merely channels.

Social marketing is the future! A couple weeks ago I wrote an article “Social by Design.” In it I stressed the importance of starting a strategy by thinking about ways others would share your brand. Determining this from the very beginning as opposed to attaching social elements after your marketing strategy had been set. Today, I’ll take this mentality one step further.

Your business and its success are determined by your target market, your potential customers, and your existing customers. That said, you…

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From the story in the 1970’s, it was shown the enormous impacts by the social media influencing both commercial and non-commercial markets. It can affectively used to lead and social about the politics, economy, society, human behavior, fashion, etc. and whatever you can think of. -Vanessa Fu


Introduced to the world in the 1970’s and initially implemented in Health related campaigns, Social Marketing is a unique discipline which uses commercial marketing tools to promote and achieve a non-commercial goal. The Social Marketing discipline aspires to accomplish social goals; to help the environment, benefit the community, contribute to society and so forth. For example, such an objective could be to prevent people from smoking in public places, to encourage paper recycling in offices, to remind people to use sunscreen or to avoid drinking and driving.

Although mostly accomplished by governmental and non-profit organizations, some commercial bodies use this method to be associated with such social or “green”goals. As opposed to commercial marketing, Social Marketing does not try to encourage a financial action but rather wished to inspire a positive behavioral change to better society or the environment. And even though a financial goal is absent, Social Marketing Professionals…

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