Intel Has Some Suggestions For You

Intel wants to guide prospects to a purchase decision online, since that’s where the bulk of research on computers with Intel processors is done.
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As product features become more sophisticated, marketers are turning to digital and interactive media to allow consumers to experience the products for themselves, says James McQuivey, an analyst at Forrester Research.
Sure, but I would hesitate to call Intel’s online offering “experiential.” It’s more like a traditional sales funnel.
[via Elaine Wong at Brandweek]

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  • Amber Case

    This is just an awesome way to do things.
    Also, if you try to order a compute through, the upgrade options accessorize every option.

  • td

    in return, i’d like to suggest that the creators of this ad move that poor little “do” back up with its pals on the second line (or end with “multitasking”).