7 things marketers can learn from children 10 years old

7 things marketers can learn from children 10 years old

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Mai ngoc Thanh By maingocthanh Updated Jan 25, 2012

Runescape is a game many children worldwide favorite. Called "Second Life for kids", Runscape creating a virtual world where children can develop their intellectual creativity and their imagination. Here, a quite different life is constructed and certainly not less interesting arose. 

The question is the CMO has never talked with their children 10 years old? Please believe that we can teach you a lot of interesting lessons about marketing than is experienced industry professionals. You know their jobs and attention to small children this age. 

In the world of Runescape, the children participating in the game are encouraged to build social networks globally. Since then, the social characteristics of children raised. 

John Hestle is one of the child. John loves the Wii and care about what is warming the earth. John could read and write stories on computers since he was four years old and particularly likes to create multi-level game related to the virtual world of Runescape. 

John explains: "Runescape is a wonderful world where you can fight with the dragon, as many others and participate in faction." It's interesting because it is different in each access to players and players who can help expand your network. With the CMO, it is similar to social networks (social networking) and social media marketing (social media marketing).

In Runescape, John has a friend who recently set up a mining company in the virtual world where people can work to have money to buy food and habitat. 

But as a business rival, John replied that: "I'm really upset because you did give me checks, while she could make more money by producing their own instruments and selling them go to work for you instead of him. Now we have a child of the other partners, and our friends both work for me. Money to be deposited in bank profitability. " 

Below is what we can learn from children like John in the world market and why the CMO should pay more attention to the future of their cli