Guerrilla marketing

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  • Guerrilla Marketing Case Study

    effectiveness of Guerrilla marketing (Experiential Marketing) on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Thailand Reshma Limbu Webster University Thailand Introduction: Guerrilla marketing is “a marketing tactic in which a company uses surprise and/or unconventional interactions in order to promote a product or service.” – Investopedia. It is an unconventional, innovative and low cost marketing strategy that companies resort to in order to reach out to their customers. Unlike traditional marketing, guerrilla marketing’s success lie on its bold, surprising or shocking, assertive and risk taking elements. The term “guerrilla marketing” was first devised by Jay Conrad Levinson in 1984. For business purpose, guerrilla…

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  • Guerilla Girls Feminism Analysis

    as art has been produced. Two particular examples of artists and their representation of the female stand out and allow for a greater comparison: The Guerrilla Girls and Howard Chandler Christy’s ‘Christy’s Girls’. To a certain extent, both artists focus on the duality of women, however, The Guerilla Girls focus on the psyche and the actuality of the woman whereas ‘Christy’s Girls’ represented the form of the woman and their perceived purpose set out by men. The Guerilla Girls are the epitome of…

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  • Guerilla Marketing, By Jay Conrad Levinson

    Unlike big corportations that relies on mass media advertising backed up by huge budgets, guerrilla marketing relies upon time, energy and imagination. The book Guerilla Marketing by Jay Conrad Levinson talks about various subjects such as how to develop a marketing plan, using a mixture of marketing tools, secrets to save money, and how to make creatively come to life. The chapter of the book that discusses the need for Guerilla marketing and how to develop a Guerilla campaign is where this…

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  • The Prisoners Of War Analysis

    "The Prisoners of War,” a relatively short poem by Tom Disch, written in 1972, is riddled with imagery and deeper meaning. Even in the opening line, Disch cuts to the point. “Their language disappeared a year or so after the landscape: so what can they do now but point?” (line 1-3). Here it does not take much to get an interpretation. He is saying that our society has lost something. We have lost our “language,” meaning our ability to have intimate face-to- face conversations. That…

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  • Analysis Of Homecoming By Bruce Dawe

    War is considered by many to be one of humanity’s central traits as an advancing species and as such it holds a heavy influence on our past, present and future. From warring tribes in Africa during the dawn of man to the great Empires of Greece and Persia warfare has always been present, whether this war is for defense of a homeland and families, to conquest for more power and wealth or freedom from persecution and oppression. These forces drive mankind and have pushed us technologically and…

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  • Yusef Komunyakaa Poem Analysis

    Yusef Komunyakaa is a creative writer who specialized in poetry, he was born Bogalusa, Louisiana in 1947. Once Yusef graduated from high school he entered the army and served in the Vietnam War. Once he returned from the war he was awarded a bronze star and continued to get more degrees involved in writing. Yusef wrote several books of poetry. In one of the books about the Vietnam War, the final poem is titled facing it. In the poem the narrator is Yusef himself, and his state of mind is sad…

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  • Annotated Bibliography: The Things They Carried By Tim O Brien

    Annotated Bibliography: The Things They Carried By Tim O’Brien Thesis: In “The Things They Carried”, the author, Tim O’Brien argues that the emotional burdens of fear, grief, terror, love and cruelty reality about war hardens the soldiers, and the psychological effects that these soldiers will have to carry for the rest of their life. "Looking Back at the Vietnam War with Author, Veteran Tim O’Brien." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 19 Aug. 2016. In this short interview with Tim O’Brien, he brings about…

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  • If I Die In A Combat Zone By Tim O Brien

    If I Die In A Combat Zone by Tim O’Brien If I Die In A Combat Zone is a memoir that depicts the horrors of Vietnam through the eyes of Tim O’Brien. Tim’s story is not told in chronological order, but his life before, during, and after the war are all depicted by the end of the book. Although the book is brief, it shows the development of Tim as he is forced to participate in a war that he disagrees with in its entirety. Although he originally plots to abandon the Army, he believes that doing…

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  • Innocence And Life In Tim O Brien's The Things They Carried

    Tim O’Brien’s novel The Things They Carried, comprises twenty-two individual fictional war stories. Although a war novel, the stories don’t focus on guns, grenades, blood, or gore. It focuses on the “human heart.” O’Brien’s novel teaches us that the “human heart” is fragile and the negative impacts of war can break it. Innocence and life are effected in return. Young men enter the war clenching onto they innocence. Unknowingly, they will be stripped from it. Mary Anne Bell—a significant…

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  • The Importance Of Soldiers In The Vietnam War

    prepare for missions, provide guidance to subordinates, while also implementing tough training to enforce military standards. The Battalion Commander Douglas Smith (Keeley, 1969) stated the most difficult part was “deciding when you’re going to win an engagement with the enemy and what price you’re going to pay for it”. This included wiping out villages of innocents as Vietcong took cover there, while shooting at the U.S. The Division Commander is superior to the Battalion Commander; he helps…

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