How Food Marketing Has Evolved

Marketing may seem like a modern concept but thousands of years ago it existed, if only in the cave paintings of our ancestors. Did you know that gladiators, rather like today’s footballers, were paid to wear a trader’s name and promote a business?

Marketing agency approaches today benefit from enhanced technology, reach and communication skills but at its heart food PR is the same as ever. Eat/Buy me! Is a message that carries well over the centuries. It’s the channels used to communicate with the consumer that have evolved. From early printing presses to the first radio and TV marketing agency managed food campaigns, to internet banners, content marketing online and artificial intelligence, the how of food PR and marketing agency practices are constantly changing, updating, shifting and refocusing.

Jellymetrics.com cites The Evolution of Marketing by D. Steven White as an accurate illustration of the evolution of this essential business area.

The common theory is that marketing has witnessed five evolutionary stages:

  1. Simple Trade Era (pre Industrial Revolution.)
  2. The Production Era (post Industrial Revolution to 1920’s.)
  3. Sales Era (the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s.)
  4. Marketing Department Era (1920’s – 1960’s.)
  5. Marketing Company Era (the 1960’s –today.)
  1. Steven White identified two more:

Common Types and Features Spam Comments on Websites and Blogs

The popularity of the internet today is getting higher. The number of internet users from time to time is always growing. It cannot be denied that the development of the number of websites and blogs in line with the growing number of Internet users are increasing. The more popular and the number of websites and blogs make it as one of the targets of spamming action. One of them is through the comment field.

Easily the user to “submit” a comment is misused to spam. The use of bot-spam or spambots also exacerbates spamming activity because it can include comments on several websites at once. Spam in the comment field is done for various purposes. Backlinks, ads, and promotions are the ultimate destination of spam comments. So, what are the types and features of comments that can be categorized as spam on a website or blog?

  1. The comment doesn’t match Topic Discussion/Articles

The comment columns provided by the webmaster or blogger of course as a forum for discussion so that visitors can respond to the topic or theme of the article being discussed. Thus, there can be continuous 2-way communication. Webmasters and bloggers can also respond to comments that appear, …