Marketing using the porn model

Consumer sentiment

Consumer sentiment (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This model of infiltration of our mind so as to capture and manage it is not particular to porn.
The marketplace was once significantly a relationship where goods or services were offered and exchanged, The predatory marketeer has no sense of relationship – nor of a common good – but only of stripping out whatever assets it can access.
So there is a war upon your mind and mine that will use what you are afraid of and what you are attracted to, in order to prepare you for market!
Coercion is a part of our mentality that we can identify and unsubscribe from. There’s a better way. The technology we are developing is driven by lust for power rather than sharing and serving life in common. The illusion of power is like a fantasy association with images, it has a sort of hit and then it hollows out. Wherever you go… there you are – but is this what you want?

There is a basis upon which life works because it is simply genuine – and there is an attempt to make it work on false premises. A real relationship is not a coercive, it is simply honest. In all honesty you love being yourself – and perhaps hate what you fear you have become. But its all a story you tell yourself. Anything in your experience that tries to use you or control you is reflecting your own mendacity to use and control life. So stop it in its tracks and find a better way to communicate and don’t hang out in drip drip poison. Nothing is what it seems – so be more curious while you are alive

So where is the problem? If providers try to ever more fine-tune content to meet what the consumer wants, then that is fully in the consumer’s interests, isn’t it?!
And if, furthermore, the consumer is provided with this year after year irrespective of whether or not he pays for it, then this is consumer nirvana, isn’t it?!
That all this is funded by the 10% of consumers who are so particular about content that they are willing to pay a small amount — and payments are only small — then it’s the perfect business model all round.
This contrasts with what went before the internet erotica explosion, where you had to pay a fiver for a single knock-off DVD or mag which then had to be replaced in no time to maintain the ‘variety’ that is the basis of male interest in erotica. Here everyone had to pay, it wasn’t cheap, and ‘niche’ product was hard to find..

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s