ZDNET: “Apple and Microsoft just proved the power of advertising”— Shawn King (@ShawnKing) August 2, 2020
So Matyszczyk thinks they have “just” proven that? As if it hadn’t been proven from the dawn of the advertising age?
Honest question: Why does ZDNET continue to employ the worst thinker in tech?
There were internal emails from the technology industry produced by Congress that showed some of the scraps behind the crumbs. And then came the delicious notion that Microsoft could suddenly turn to nudism in a medieval couple's emotional equivalent. Yes, TikTok 's commitment to itself.
The CEOs announced they were not monopolists. Your shtick requires a job. You have rather planned that you're just unusually covetous for all kinds of profit. Then emails, particularly those from Apple, were there. I was so moved that Phil Schiller, Apple's global marketing svp, was really upset when he saw an ad in 2010.
You would not believe that ads could disturb the mighty? Well, this is what Schiller wrote: "I just watched a new Amazon Kindle app on TV, and it's starting with a woman using the iPhone, purchasing and reading books from a Kindle application.
It's a pity. It must have been very troubling to think that someone could own an iPhone and Android phone. For Schiller, the pain came from the simple idea that "It's easy to switch from the iPhone to Android." "Not fun to watch," he described.
That, of course, led Apple to stop the abominable practice and try to make Amazon pay a tithe for Cupertino's offence. And that is why in Amazon's iOS app you can't still buy digital books. This problem must have been known to Apple. But it was the sight that Apple had sent across the edge, a publicity - which told real people about the options.
As I was amazed at the power of advertising, I opened a strange wine bottle called Entanglement. Seriously.-Seriously. Then I opened the app on my iPhone and found out that perhaps Microsoft was thinking of its own interlocking. The American part of TikTok, of all things.
While there were many who discussed whether this was an unusual crisis in the medieval age, my mind waved again to publicity. (Disclosure: former executive creative director of worldwide ad agencies.
Although some of the major technology companies disdain advertising internally, they live off it. Google and Facebook are publicity companies, but they claim to create gadgets that alter our existence. Amazon, too, has made extensive forays in the field of advertising, a matter of increasing concern to Google.
Microsoft could just take a look at the most loved children's application, which Facebook is desperately interested in copying and think – amongst other things – that there is a great chance for a new profit. A source that contains our brightest and youngest, not Microsoft innate lovers.
Rumours of course come up in a minute on this subject. When you read this Microsoft maybe the TikTok teams have already begun, to bring our nation's youth together to make the world a better place.
There were however rumours that the primary role of Microsoft in any potential US purchase of TikTok is to secure TikTok information in this country. Now what if a technology company secures data from its users? It monetises it through digital publicity. It affects the strengths of advertising.
A company rarely manages their image poorly than a publicity company. This is careless because image creation should be a fundamental element of the alleged value of advertising. However, he is here, waving again his brutal tail. And the money can be seen within tech companies.