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G2analytics

Member Since May-14 2007
Last Active about 13 years ago
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Perhaps this is too far "out of the box," but why not create a reverse product as well (i.e. paper with a pen built in)? Contact me if you want more ideas on how that could work... [about 13 years ago]

What are some ideas around ways to market this pen with paper built in?

Consider as a case study: Pen Again (http://www.penagain.com/) as written up in the WSJ and elsewhere. Ignoring for the moment the relative merits of their product, they seem to have been successful in promoting it. [about 13 years ago]

What are some ideas around ways to market this pen with paper built in?

Also, airlines should place advertising on the backs of boarding passes and simplify the packaging. Right now, the pocket that boarding passes are placed in has hundreds of words in small fonts that no one reads. Why not replace all that nonsense with one single large-font / graphical promotion? By way of comparison, look at Google's home page vs. Yahoo's. Better to have one thing noticed by a lot of people than a lot of things noticed by no one! [about 13 years ago]

How could an airline promote its frequent flyer program at check in?

Using electronic kiosks, after check-in but before printing boarding passes, add a screen that promotes the FF program. It could either give a new FF# (as suggested by Anand in comment #2), or suggest uses of FF points/miles that could be instantly redeemed. This would provide a fast way to promote the FF program without taking much additional time [about 13 years ago]

How could an airline promote its frequent flyer program at check in?