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Haven’t you ever wondered how Apple can tempt you to be so incredibly desperate for the latest iPhone? Even though you just got the last one? The truth is that major corporations have incorporated seductive content for incredibly persuasive marketing.
Biz said that Facebook should make some changes to its service in order to bring in more revenue. His idea, as he’s quoted on AllThingsD is “For $10 a month, people who really love Facebook (and can afford it), could see no ads. Maybe some special features, too.”
Is your smartphone the last thing you check at night and the first thing you look at in the morning? Do you spent hours scrolling through Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and other social media sites? Does the thought of going away for the weekend without your laptop make you anxious?
During major moments in politics, where do you turn for news? Increasingly, the answer to that question is social media. Social media provides real-time updates that often outshine that of major news sources. In fact, even major news sources are using social media more and more to provide fast coverage that reaches millions of users.
I can’t quite say I ever considered the idea of space commerce being a necessity in the near future, but apparently some people at PayPal think otherwise. As Julianne Pepitone reports early today on CNN Money, ”PayPal is dead serious about getting into the burgeoning field of space tourism.”