Goodbye PowerPoint Marketers

It’s a toy. It’s a tool. It’ll kill all humanity. The world is changing fast and AI technology is becoming more advanced than ever before. The doomers are out in force to collect checks. Smaller fry realize their jobs are at risk. We may not reach Terminator SkyNet capabilities nor cause mass extinction, but we can guess the near future applications. It’s no great leap to predict that businesses will increasingly use AI in marketing strategies. They already rely on data scientists, analytics and algos. The PowerPoint pushers are worried, as AI has the potential to replace most corporate marketing jobs.

AI will replace these employees because it is incredibly efficient. That is the main appeal because time is money. It can process and analyze data at a speed that is impossible for humans to match, especially the average Starbucks swigging marketing specialist. AI can take care of all the tedious, repetitive tasks that are necessary in marketing. Tasks like data entry, segmentation, and lead scoring can all be done quickly and accurately by AI algorithms. Marketing departments already use softer version of AI. This leaves more time for humans to focus on the creative aspects of marketing… but does it?

Even in that opportunity there is danger. When all marketing seems to be focused on woke messaging, are these people creative anymore? AI might surpass them if programs do not have woke restrictor plates. AI can make marketing campaigns more personalized and effective. With the help of AI, companies can collect and analyze data on their customers’ behavior, preferences, and interests. This allows them to create highly personalized and targeted marketing campaigns that are more likely to resonate with their audience. There is a prompt for every advertisement. This not only leads to better engagement and conversion rates but also saves companies a lot of money by reducing time leakage. What could a marketing professional who binges on Netflix and take-out possibly offer as an edge? Lived experience? The human touch?

AI can help with content creation. The marketing department may consider this a tool for them, but what marginal value does that meat bag with a BA offer? AI algorithms can help with generating headlines, writing ad copy, and even creating entire articles or videos. Forget marketing, HR should be worried, too. There will be room for someone to stay behind and survive the AI rapture. Someone will still need to edit and review output like looking for six fingered hands, but AI can save a lot of time and effort by taking care of the most common work.

AI applied to marketing can provide valuable insights and predictions that will be backed by reality, not one human’s biases. By analyzing data from multiple sources, AI algorithms can identify trends and patterns that humans might miss or deny due to progressive blinders. This can help executives make more informed decisions about their campaigns and possibly predict future market trends. It’s like having Nostradamus that can tell you exactly what your customers want and need, not just what the latest progressive hype belief is.

But what about the human touch? Humans still decide to buy whether retail or B2B. How will customers and clients respond? AI can provide a better customer experience. With the help of chatbots and virtual assistants, companies can provide 24/7 customer support without the need for human staff. These chatbots can help customers with everything from product recommendations to technical support. This not only improves the customer experience but also saves companies a lot of money on customer support staff. Corporations have already destroyed the customer service experience with outsourcing to the Third World for decades. All of that was to save a buck. Companies won’t blink just because a marketing job pays for a Sex & The City fantasy. AI doesn’t need to time off, doesn’t need a bonus, doesn’t have an overpriced apartment, doesn’t need to drink cosmos.

AI has the potential to revolutionize corporate marketing jobs by making them unnecessary. This not only saves companies time and money but also leads to better engagement and higher sales numbers. All those laptop marketing department jobs were allowed to work from home. AI gives us the opportunity to tell those working from home that they can stay home, but first they must mail back their laptop. Those ladies must all have rich, fulfilling lives with families that they can dedicate their time to now. So, let’s embrace the AI revolution and say goodbye to marketing departments worldwide!

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Aeoli Pera says:

    It’s a big mistake to think people and companies do things that are efficient and logical. That’s maybe 10% of human behavior. We are fundamentally religious and sexual creatures, so if you want to predict what people will actually do with AI (not what they SHOULD do IF they were telling the truth about their motives being profit, etc.) then imagine the range of human weirdos and look at what they do with their other tools. What would Cromwell do with it? What would Bill Clinton so with it? Jerry Falwell? Benjamin Disraeli?

    Consider: if all those white marketing 20 and 30-something wamen lost their jobs, they’d probably go home, settle for a middling-status man, and reproduce. But the point of having them in the office in the first place was to form soft harems for high-status men. If it was about profit and efficiency and LOGIC no company would ever hire 20-something women to waltz around the office in sharp business casual. That raises something but it’s not profits.

    Now imagine you’re the Jewish oligarch who owns Coke. It pisses you off to see happy families at the park. Are you going to fire all those marketing ladies?

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    1. Aeoli Pera says:

      I should mention, to keep things grounded, that average people base nearly all of their personal behavior and decisions on imitating their concept of what’s “normal” for their self-assigned peer group. Why do people recycle? “Because it’s what good people do (and I’m a good person.”


    2. Aeoli Pera says:

      I mean, for crying out loud, Germany is deindustrializing before our eyes. Am I supposed to believe an AI came up with that idea to raise profits?


      1. Aeoli Pera says:

        Chat GPT, how can my company raise profits?

        >Decommission every nuclear plant. Shut down oil and coal. RETVRN


    3. Earl Shetland says:

      bro. dude let me believe that the women who didn’t want me in high school or college are going to rue the day

      just let me have this bro


      1. Aeoli Pera says:

        Well, they’ll be hooked on antidepressants and wine, but they won’t have the capacity to establish causation between having sex with narcissistic men and their later unhappiness.


      2. Aeoli Pera says:

        Basically any man who thinks the natural course of events is going to save him is a cuck, whether he appeals to historical cycles, the logic of current year beliefs properly understood, or catabolic collapse. Even if nature is your big tiddy mommy Gaia in some metaphysical sense, it’s not natural for mommies to rescue their grown-ass sons. The reality is you get what you can take and hold on to.


  2. AdGuy777 says:

    BAP and skitzo right wing poasters are future of marketing


    1. Earl Shetland says:

      For some, for a while, sure – like OP said, it will all become personalized. There is enough room in this country for all kinds of people, despite leftist and neolib preferences for external diversity and internal conformity.

      The ones who own the big business will chase the anti-woke dollar just like they already chase the woke dollar to line their pockets with our money too. No thanks – I’ll deal with people I can look in the eye.


  3. Vxxc says:

    Is there more to life than marketing, high school vengeance on snooty pussy and money?

    Tune in and see.

    By the way, if any of you are interested manufacturing is returning to the USA in a tidal wave
    and is short at least 800,000 workers right now.

    It’s bot as glamorous as marketing, or at least Mad Men.


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