If Internet would have been in ancient Rome:
- The most browsered video would have been a record of volcanic eruption in Pompeii in 79 B.C.;
Atilla would have his own page in Facebook and everybody would agree to become his friend;
- The gladiator.name domain would have been sold for record sum of millions of denarius;
The most popular query in Google would have been “Naked Cleopatra”;
Roman companies would place orders for cheap Mesopotamian outsourcers.
If Santa Claus was marketing specialist:
- You wouldn’t have received Christmas gift before confirming the wish to receive it;
- Evey gift would have been packed twice. External package would be colorful, and internal one – white with text;
- Santa Claus would not need much time to find out the best time for gifts sending;
Coefficient of gift opening would be 100% independent from its quality;
- Nobody would complain about undesired gift.
Email marketing in 2029:
- Trigger technology will have been developed at so high level that you will receive messages before performing some act according to trigger;
- Everything is so much integrated that you receive text notification on mobile phone that it is necessary to check your mail because a new message appeared on your Facebook wall about new message in message chat from your friend where he tells that have lost your phone number;
- AntiSPAM protection will ask you to solve Sudoku puzzle during 60 seconds for confirmation that you are not a robot;
Web 8.0 will be based on content created by intelligent robots;
- Updated Yahoo Live Gmail service sends to SPAM all letters that are not signed by certificate from Yahoo Live Gmail.
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