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Vinyl’s Renaissance

Opportunities are created when something becomes rare.

How AI is Changing the Face of Marketing

Robots are taking over the world — even in marketing. Picture terminator-style robots working in ad agencies in 20 years. Forget about Don Draper, it could be all about Tron Draper soon enough.

Before that happens, let’s get up to speed on how AI is already affecting marketing. In today’s Listen, you’ll hear how everyday marketing tasks like creating blog titles, sending emails, and scheduling social media posts have the potential to be automated through AI.

The podcasters also predict that SEO could become obsolete in as little as 3 years. Get ready.

Vinyl’s Renaissance

Vinyl records, the analog technology that was supposed to be dead by now, actually outsold digital music in Britain last December. And, get this: Americans will spend over a billion dollars each year on vinyl.

The White Stripes’ leading man, Jack White, is going hard on bringing back vinyl production in America. Why the surge in Interest? White attributes it to people becoming tired of the disposable nature of music today.

Today’s video, by Vice, illustrates how opportunities are created when something becomes rare — a point similar to Starbucks’ Frappuccino strategy and one Seth Godin has been highlighting for years.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”

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