Saịtị, ozi ịntanetị na blọọgụ na-ahụkarị nke ọma yana ọbụlagodi mmekọrịta na onye ọrụ. Nke ahụ bụ… ị pụrụ ịhụ (visual) na ị nwere ike iji (kinesthetic) na ọdịnaya. Kedu saịtị kachasị, gụnyere Martech Zone, don't do well is feeding ndị na-ege ntịOtú.
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- visual - ọtụtụ ndị na-amụ ihe na-ahụ ihe. Ha na-enwe mmasị ịgụ ihe na ịmụtakwu oge mgbe eserese na onyonyo kwadoro ọdịnaya ahụ.
- Odide – there's a segment of the population that can't learn through visuals alone… they need to actually hear ozi iji ghọta ya. Ofda olu na ụda olu dị ezigbo mkpa.
- Kwunyere – some people don't learn through reading or hearing… they learn through interaction. Although a blog enables this type of communication, there are additional opportunities to reinforce through polls, questionnaires, slideshows and other applications.
As a company, it's imperative that your online marketing efforts ndepụta these three styles of learning. Repetition of the content won't every feed the auditory learner – you must provide a means for them to listen to the content to fully comprehend it. This is why so many cheesy landing pages on the web incorporate video, text and some kind of interaction.
They aren't simply trying to cover all their bases… they're prepared for the auditory learner who jumps directly to the video or the kinesthetic learner who jumps directly to the interaction.