JRN 450 is unlike any other journalism class I have taken. It t helped me to think more about business and marketing knowledge. I enjoyed this semester with this class because we are actually trying to fight for our own business idea. Although most of us still do not have the ability to make it… Continue reading JRN450: A wonderful journey
After listen to this week’s material I found out that most of the good entrepreneurship has one common theme, which is to be brave to break the comfort zone. Before building Southwest Airlines, Herb Kelleher did not know anything about airlines. Actually he was a lawyer at that time. During the first several years he… Continue reading Why They Success and How It Feel When You Have An Entrepreneur in Home.
This week’s reading and listening materials all talked about some good pitch skills. The Entrepreneur’s article shared 13 tips about how to do a better pitch. But there is one thing brought my attention a lot is “If you say, “One last thing” or something similar, then make sure it’s truly the one last thing.”… Continue reading Some Tips to Myself
In the article A Social Media Guide for Startups and Entrepreneurs from INC., it talked about how the of social media in marketing. “Social media has made it possible for small startup businesses to reach millions of consumers with the click of a button.” This reminds me a marketing case in China. As a beauty… Continue reading Choice Matters to Marketing
Shan Wang is a senior journalist at the Chongqing Morning News in China, working for both newspaper and digital news. As a social news journalist, she works to let the l voices in very difficult areas and deep mountains be heard by the society. Her stories have won many prizes in Chongqing city. I’ve known… Continue reading What it’s like to work as a reporter in China
Have a one-day trip in Detroit made JRN 450 became to the coolest class I had ever took in MSU. Before last Friday, the only place I am familiar in Detroit is Detroit Metropolitan Airport because I always travel between China and America. I really appreciate Amy gave us the chance to visit this… Continue reading One day in Detroit
Freelance is the type of media worker I want to be, but I’ve never really a chance to talk with anyone. Personally, I like this job because it seems give lots of free time to people. You could work at home, you may choose to do what you want to write about and you also… Continue reading Freelancing isn’t easy
There is a famous adage in fashion that “less is more.” Actually, this is not only works in fashion, it is could also been used in business. A white shirt with no patterns or anything special could be the most popular product; an app with very clear design that might only provide one basic function for users… Continue reading More Profit, More Duty
For this week’s five readings, I realized that not only small media companies or print media are searching for a better transition but so are those that are already well-developed. Some of those companies are trying to create a new product and some are trying to upgrade their service. These changes definitely represented how the… Continue reading Never Stop Your Steps in Media Field
Yesterday, it was an honor to attend The Hatching at Lansing Beer Company. Luckily, we can attend the activity with our professor, Amy Haimerl. She gave us a vivid and detailed explanation on how to make a good business pitch. First, one of marketing professors has taught us: If you want to look like a boss,… Continue reading How a Good Pitch Hatching Should Be?