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This cartoon came out a Friday afternoon sales meeting where our inside sales staff was getting a scolding about a particularly dismal week. We were informed that not only would we likely not see any bonuses, but that the manager’s children would now have a terrible Christmas. I’m not kidding. We attempted to defend ourselves and offered some possible solutions for the next week. All were dismissed out of hand and when we asked for advice we were instructed to “Just sell more! Sell! More!” I’m pretty sure I did the above cartoon the following morning. * * * * * About the Author: Mark Anderson’s cartoons appear in publications ...
answers emails from viewers, is the most popular and prominent feature of the site. While Homestar and Strong Bad are the main characters, the site has grown to encompass dozens of other characters over the years. The site is one of the most visited sites with collections of Flash cartoons on the Internet and is notable for its refusal to sell advertising space (the creators pay for everything through merchandise sales, which includes a line of T-shirts). 1 It grew in popularity largely through word of mouth . 2 The owners of the website have reportedly turned down two offers to make a television series. However, because of a ...
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Has The myTouch Marketing Campaign Begun? | TmoNews - Unofficial T ...
has begun, with billboards in the NYC Subway. I might add, I saw the very same poster just this morning driving in the Ft Lauderdale area here in South Florida. While we know that the official launch of the myTouch Slide doesn’t kick off till June 16 th , we hope that they blanket cities with billboards such as the one above. Anything T-Mobile, anything but those awful B-list celebrity myTouch 3G commercial. As much as I love Phil Jackson, I’ll never buy anything from Whoopi Goldberg. Seriously, I’m standing by that, don’t put her in another commercial, ever. Here is to hoping that the campaign is a resounding access. Same here, ... market research, surveys and trends
COLONY DROP - 1993 Unimaginably Boring Feature-Length Rice ...
is out — finished for years but only released just now (the project broke up the fansub group for reasons I’ll describe later) — my obscure-o-sensors just about went haywire. Too curious for my own good, I grabbed this special immediately. I was as surprised by the contents of Japan-US Rice War (a terribly promising title) as its subbers must have been. Was this really the Oishinbo I’d been hearing about, the one recommended by reputable people? And how the hell did Japan make it through a hundred volumes of this? Short of perhaps Odin , this movie was one of the dullest cartoons I’ve ever ... market research, surveys and trends

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Driven by exceptional international growth, retail behemoth Wal-Mart Stores posted fourth-quarter profits of $4.69 billion and full year profits of $14.41 billion. One year ago, Wal-Mart reached fourth quarter net income of $3.79 billion and full year net income of $13.25 billion. Sales for the Bentonville-based retailer were $112.8 billion in the fourth quarter – a 4.6 percent increase over the previous year — and $405 billion for the full year, up one percent compared to a year ago. However, the holiday season was not as financially rewarding as the company had hoped. Comparable store sales during the fourth quarter ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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With Toyota suspending sales of eight models this week due to flawed gas pedals, dealerships across the country are feeling the pain with lost revenue, panicked customers , and discouraged sales staff. Skip to next paragraph US Toyota dealers may lose as much as $2.47 billion in combined monthly revenue from the halt in sales of both new and used versions of those models, according to a Bloomberg news report. John McEleney, chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association and a Toyota dealer, told Bloomberg that each of the 1,234 Toyota dealers in the US could lose out on $1.75 million to $2 million a month in revenue. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Teacher's Guide - Lesson #2: Latin American Immigration in ...
newspaper, an editorial cartoon or comic strip can shape the way people think ... Should U.S. media carry editorial cartoons from Latin American cartoonists? .... suggest product sales for corporations. The U.S. is characterized as ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Invasion of the corporate body snatchers (Herblock's History ...
Big business became bigger during the 1980s, when deregulation legislation gave corporations more freedom. Wall Street witnessed an increase in volatile junk bond financing and illicit insider trading. Herb Block's cartoons from the period offer his commentaries on such issues as gun control, the environment, abortion, and televangelists. He took issue with President Reagan's domestic policies and foreign ventures in Lebanon, Iran and Central America. In June 1989, he drew a grim memorial to the dissidents killed by Chinese soldiers at ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Controlling Costs: Economics Lesson
In this lesson students will learn that at certain times all entrepreneurs have some fixed costs that must be paid no matter how many products are offered for sale. Variable costs change with the number of products offered for sale. By identifying and controlling their costs, entrepreneurs are better able to earn a profit and be successful. READING Anyone who runs a business knows that some costs must be paid no matter how many products are offered for sale. For example, Alex owns a shoe store. He must pay his property taxes whether he sells 20 or 200 pairs of shoes each day. Mortgage payments (payments on the loan he took out ...
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How to Use Humor to Increase Sales
Using cartoons can help brand your marketing and drive home important messages. Although surprisingly inexpensive to acquire, humor can be one of your most powerful marketing tools. Humor puts your readers at ease. Readers appreciate a touch of humor in an otherwise overly serious world. Humor operates on an emotional level, driving home your message in a far more memorable way than words alone. Humor makes sensitive topics more approachable while summarizing and reinforcing points that would otherwise be lost. Different types of humor work best in different contexts. Many speakers ...
How can we do more to encourage young people to pursue careers in ...
As a father, I can tell you this: the obvious applies (it's a "cool" factor thing). Also . . . and I hate this . . . it's a money thing; thank goodness they see that part. But more than anything, it's a "education begets education" thing. One of my sons thinks he's a good technologist, and others looking at him think so as well; he's the "go to guy" in his mother's house. And . . . well, it just isn't there. My opinion (and he's a really bright guy) is that the thing that's always been most attractive about technology to less-developed minds--instant gratification--has become so ...