The day has come.
I waited almost 35 years to see it made into a movie, but – finally – between today and tomorrow The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey will be released all over the world.
These two words are typically cinematographic; so much that almost all the entire movie marketing is based over them.
Only the movie marketing?
Not really, if you think about it. Our own Search Marketing industry relies a lot on expectations and suspense in its efforts, and the startup world is almost as good as the movie industry in titillating the expectations of its end users in order to gain brand recognition.
But, before, let’s return to the movie industry.
Almost inevitably in the case of cinema – and of any other product previously announced – rumors precede the fruition of a movie: the public does not enter in a movie theater completely unaware of what he is going to watch, and the vision of the first images comes always in a dialectical relationship, in terms of the creation of expectations, with the information that the viewer has before the start of the film. (more…)