Jose Palomino

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Customer Behavior

Wow! There’s a lot of TV to watch. In fact, 409 scripted TV series were released in 2015, a record even in the midst of the “golden age” of television.

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The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. It can be seen from outer space, it is a World Heritage Site, it is the single biggest structure ever made by living organisms, and it generates

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The most recent installment in 20th Century Fox’s superhero movie franchise — X-Men: Apocalypse — recently fell into one of the booby traps set by our current political climate. They didn’t stop to think about their customers’ feelings.

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The 2015 reboot of Fantastic Four won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture — as well as Worst Remake, and Worst Director. Critic consensus on Rotten Tomatoes gives it a whopping

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For years, websites like Urban Dictionary have been providing outlets for the continued synthesis of language — call it, “liberal linguistic development.”  It’s a more recent phenomenon that pseudo-words like FOMO (“fear of missing out”) are making

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When I think of customer loyalty, there is one store that instantly comes to mind — Wawa. For those readers who are unfamiliar with Wawa, let me say that the following description will not do it justice. Wawa is a chain of convenience stores and gas stations originating outside Philadelphia and now found throughout

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It seems strange that an app which hit the markets with almost no advertising campaign whatsoever would have something to teach us about marketing. Nevertheless, the extreme viral success of Pokemon Go demonstrates that

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Amazon – the one-stop site for anything and everything you could possibly need. I’ve bought lots of stuff through Amazon – more and more each year. Of course, it’s quick and efficient – and you can even find some amazing deals. Within the past year they have released a product that could revolutionize the way […]

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