Share this article Share However, despite its promises of anonymity, the app appears to have a serious glitch that could cause serious problems for users who prefer discretion. Like other Facebook apps, when users sign up to the service it shows a screen asking them if they are sure, but also showing which of their friends are already using the app. For many users, the revelation that they are out trawling for sex over Facebook could be the source of serious embarrassment. A second glitch seems to be that once users have indicated they are 'Down to Bang' a friend, there appears to be no way to revoke it - the button no longer works once it has switched to 'Awaiting Bang'. This screengrab of the Bang With Friends app authorisation screen shows how pictures of any friend who is already signed up to the service are shown - which could be embarrassing Buzzfeed writer Katie Heaney described the idea behind the app as 'icky'.
Infidelity at trade shows? It's a concern, says a survey
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Culture Infidelity at trade shows? It's a concern, says a survey A survey suggests that many worry something bad will happen at a trade show -- with 66 percent afraid their partner could cheat. Your lover can tell you she loves you and wants to elope with you one minute; then insist you're surplus to requirements the next. So when you or your loved one disappears to CES or some other vast conglomeration of humanity, bad things will likely happen. To prove this careworn point, might I offer a new survey in which 94 percent of Americans declared that bad things happen at conferences and trade shows? You might detect a certain potential slant in this research, as it was performed on behalf of ON24 , which just happens to be a Webcasting and virtual events company.
Trade Show Marketing is Marketing. If you are a skilled marketer, you will grasp the nuances of trade show marketing, but it will take time. Most marketing managers gravitate to their strengths by focusing on the structure, the graphics, or the show promotion and planning. Intellectually, they know these are interconnected, but they may not know how to maximize their results. Again, yes and no.
Trade Shows can be an effective venue for selling your product or service. Often there are thousands of customers in attendance, and they use the show as a way of seeing what's available in the marketplace. This makes for a great way of seeing a lot of qualified people in a short period of time, and at much lower cost than visiting them all with direct sales calls. I've participated in over a hundred shows, and produced materials for thousands. If you are a small company thinking about going to a show, or trying to get more out of the ones you go to, here's what I've learned.