We meet people, chat with them, exchange
contacts – in the past, it was usual to ask for their phone number. Nowadays, whether
the encounter is official or unofficial, what do we exchange? Facebook
contacts. “I’ll text you on Messenger” is a common way to say goodbye after
Time is a vital part of any communication. Wish someone a “good morning“ when it’s 9 o’clock at night, and you’re sure to send some kind of a message.
Technologies are changing the information channels we use – and the way we use them. Following the worldwide popularity of online audio formats, for example, Lithuanian news portal 15min.lt has introduced its own audio platform, “Listen”. The popularity of its podcasts has shot up.
Until recently, customer experience management wasn’t regarded as an integral part of corporate communications. But the popularity of social networks, and the increasing engagement of businesses with social media, has prompted consumers to start using social networks to communicate directly with brands.
Visual communication is all around us – but words are still an essential element of communication. After all, we need words to tell us what a visual is about.
Tattoos have been around for thousands of years, and their
popularity now is greater than ever. But they still arouse negative opinions in
certain quarters – and in some places, it’s even forbidden to show them in public.