Trump’s effective campaign messaging strategy: A steady drip of vitriol

A lot of us believed the polls, but woke up to a big surprise on Wednesday morning. Hillary Rodham Clinton looked like a shoe-in to win the US presidency on 8 November. But things didn’t turn out that way. Donald J. Trump became the US president elect. Why? It has everything to do with his communications strategy, likely ad hoc, but whose often divisive messages produced raving fans. Those messages elicited fear, anger and even hatred. He appealed to the emotions of his […]

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Digital nomads and newbies, and everything in between

Last week I attended a meetup of sorts at my old co-working space Kaptar here in Budapest. The presenter was an enthusiastic young person who has been galavanting around the globe as a “digital nomad,” spending time in 30 countries or so in the last 8 years. She recalled to us that upon realizing that she had international clients for her graphic design services and that she was working in an “eco farm” in Portugal, that she was a digital nomad. Now, […]

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