DISNEY HAVE STOLEN MY ARTWORK
I don’t know what to do. I am so upset. Can anyone help me?
My painting was created back in 2010, (see it HERE) and since then so many people have expressed their love for it, not just on tumblr, but in many places. At least 9 people had it tattooed on their bodies. It’s one of my favourite images I created at University and I was proud of it in many ways.
I’m so mad because I have no chance at getting Disney to do anything about it. I had so much respect for the company and now I am just SO upset and disappointed.
Any help, advice or signal boosting would be amazing. And thank you so much to the kind person who messaged me about this.
“33% Discount” vs. “50% More [Product]” — they’re essentially the same.
However, our brains are hardwired to find one more appealing than the other.
Getting out of the Building and speaking directly with your users & customers is the only way I know of to really succeed in business.
You can’t find a successful product or marketing strategy by brainstorming with your team - you ultimately need to test your ideas with your customers.
So whether you’re launching a new product or looking to improve on an existing one, conducting customer interviews is an essential and rapid way of making informed decisions.
…even when it has NOTHING to do with the words themselves!
A new study discussed on the Neuroscience Marketing blog talks about how including pictures in an article (or piece of marketing copy) makes the writing more believable…even if the picture doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the copy.
This is an important concept to remember when constructing landing pages.
For me, the most interesting portion of the presentation was when Will talks about the various biases we need to look out for when we analyze survey data. I know I’ve personally been guilty of all of them.
This is a great reminder why we should Always Be Testing! Even “best practices” may not work the best for your particular product, market, etc.
This is a concept my friends and I have talked about forever.
There are some companies that consistently go above and beyond for their customers.
Disney is one of those companies that designs an experience that goes way beyond the norm — they raise the bar every chance they get through meticulous attention to detail.
We used to say that other companies, especially theme parks, design their sets right up to where the curtain hangs. But Disney makes sure their sets are well designed 2 feet behind the curtain just in case anyone wants to take a peek behind it.
This post from 37 Signals is a perfect example of how Disney nails their customer experience…this one little detail might have created a lifetime, repeat customer and all it took was an extra 2 - 3 seconds of someone’s time.
What are some “little things” you and your team can do to surprise and delight your users each and every day?
The folks at MEC Labs have a great post from a session at their B2B Marketing Summit. It gives 4 actionable test ideas for a Free-Trial landing page from one of the attendees company’s.
The ideas are specific to this page, but the principles they cover are applicable to anyone!
Great step-by-step plan for conducting rapid customer research: