Jobs Movie and Content May Lead to New Apple Hopes
August 16, 2013
With the release of the movie “Jobs” today this content may produce a healthy relook at the Apple of was and Wozniak. Content drives brand and financial success. The Apple of today feels different from that of 2 years blazing tech trends and trailblazing to today where there is a constant stream of commercials that persist in the telling of the iPhone connection to listening. What can the movie do for the company? The movie is the big tweet, Facebook post and marketing campaign of delivered in 2:02 hours of content that may rejuvenate the Apple feelings when release dates were anticipated by pre-purchasing and long lines of anticipated consumers.
The movie is about the power of content and media. The streaming of information to form ideas like a lattice. The movie can be as the memories of your mom’s or grandmother’s cooking, remembering the first block of smell, then voice, logistical and experiential conjuring the when, how and where one first loved Apple. Content can take us back and move us forward.
The New York Daily News reported, “What Jobs, always curious about things people are working on, does care about is ideas. When he and pal Steve Wozniak (an endearing Josh Gad) get a quick gig with Atari they fix the assigned problem and then take a right turn into inspiration. After turning their attention to making a personal computer, they make one that’s a combo of a typewriter and a television.”
This movie is the grandeur of a moment in time when a man changed the world literally. Further, for business owner and entrepreneurs the movie is an inspiration of the next big idea generated to change the world. The hopes of Apple are intertwined in its next big thing and “Jobs” could be the nexuses of art, content marketing and media purposed to drive the hopes, mission and stock that reinvigorates the company and its captive consumers for sustainability. Be aware content drives financial success.
NASDAQ: AAPL – Aug 16 10:12am ET
- Jobs Less Enjoyable Than an Apple Ad (newser.com)
- What the Steve Jobs movie got right, and wrong (cnn.com)
- Ashton Kutcher’s half-finished Jobs lacks drama: review – Toronto Star (thestar.com)
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