Most Interesting Digital Trends and Tools 2018

Curious to hear your thoughts on what are the most interesting trends and tools you have found for 2018? 

As you are doing research for the class you've probably stumbled across some interesting and unique ways to drive traffic and improve business using digital marketing. 

In the comments, list the one that you feel is most unique and compelling. Something I haven't heard of even. I will pick one winner who will win a $10 Starbucks card. Entries must be on time for class participation.

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Doner Agency Tour

On Wednesday, July 11 we have our agency tour at Doner in Southfield. We will be talking with some creatives on their team. What would you like to know? 

Give me a question or two you would like to ask them and I can submit in advance. This is a great opportunity. I also encourage you to bring your resume and dress for success, as you can land a job on this trip!


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How can you make an impact?

Being a student is great. It's an important part of your life. And I have to ask, how are you making an impact now? 

Sometimes students feel they have to wait till they graduate and become a professional to make an impact. But that's not true. Even as a student you can make this world a better place. It's part of your job.

So I challenge you. This week. Today. Now. Make a difference. Do something positive that helps others - not just you.

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Summer 2018 Goals

OK, the ultimate summer class is here with ADV 420. As part of the class you have to participate and comment on the blog. As everyone knows this is the ultimate summer class.

So I have to ask. What are your summer goals? Make them creative and good. And I look forward to reading all your great work this semester!

Oh, and be sure to connect w/ me on Linkedin. Derek Mehraban

What do you think about the Facebook Privacy scandal?

If you haven't heard about the Facebook privacy scandal yet, please read this summary here. Do some additional Google searches if you want more information. 

Once you feel confident you understand what happened I want to know your opinion on the whole thing. Are you upset? Why or why not? What implications do you think this will have for the future of online privacy?