The wonders of copying is been unveiled in our very eyes and you must take advantage of this fabulous gift.
what do you see in this video? What other ways can you maximize your potentials? And why you must do it speedily?
Young Talented Kids
We all are created with an inherent ability(ies) from birth. Which we must unleash on the planet for our benefits. Some talented folks walk about with nothing to show for their talents. Don’t doubt the ability that is in you, use it and become great.
The video above is a little boy mimicking a pastor with his little sister in a deliverance section that has gone viral in the last few days.
This boy is a good business ambassador, a marketer of the highest order, he doesn’t need any teacher to teach him how to copy and master the acts of representation.
World changers don’t just happen. They grow through a process and is instructive to identify a child with a special talent and encourage it. That is how great businesses are made.
In talent is a way made for you which only way can stop. Your business requires your talent, add more and do more in order to achieve more. There are competitions everywhere don’t sit in that mud thinking all is uhuru.
In fact, talent management plays an important role in the business strategy since it manages one of the important assets of the company—its people.
That is why companies should make the effort to effectively manage the employees to help them develop their skills and capabilities in order to retain them.
Creative Copycats Is Good For Your Business
Smart entrepreneurs are smart copycats. They do not create every single part of their business models, they are innovators not inventors. Copycats is good way of making cash in our world today.
lots of businesses both big and small use this technique judiciously to achieve their desired ends. Over time the world has produce talent in different field and yours is not left out in this wonderful skill.
Like the great Physicist sir Isaac Newton who says ‘If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.’ You were taught in your schools that is not good to copy you rather cram so as to pass your exams. This is the reason why some ‘C’ student becomes Billionaire while majority of ‘A’ student becomes a pauper.
But in the world of business is not true. For you to grow your business you must know what others who have been there before you knows, do accordingly, add your own brand to be ahead.
The boy in the video maybe showing he has a calling, the making of a great comedian, All these was copied from someone who is a master in it.
A smart entrepreneur would copy, study and tweak any system in order to make it suite his/ her own purpose. You should be focusing on what they do (in their business), how they do them and why.
Some Businesses That Cloned Others And Made Millions
Instagram Stories and Snapchat
Instagram had already made its money in 2012 when Facebook bought it for $1 billion.
Four years later it released its own version of Stories — the very same feature that rival Snapchat had introduced, wherein photos and videos shared with friends are deleted after 24 hours.
It’s perhaps plausible that Instagram would never have rolled out its own Stories function had Facebook’s $3 billion offer to buy Snapchat been accepted in 2013. But what we know now is that Instagram Stories has added 250 million users in the year since it launched, while the now-public snapchat has seen its stock price erode since it first began trading on the NYSE last March.
Facebook, which reported $27.6 billion in 2016 revenue, doesn’t release revenue numbers for Instagram that now has about 700 million users, but Piper Jaffray analyst Samuel Kemp predicts that Instagram’s revenue could rise from $2 billion in 2016 to as high as $22 billion by 2021. Prior to its IPO this past March, Snapchat revealed 2015–16 revenue of $463.1 million. So far in 2017, Snapchat reported Q1 revenue of $149.6 million and Q2 revenue of $181.7 million
Indiegogo and Kickstarter
People would perhaps be forgiven for thinking Kickstarter is the grandfather of online crowdfunding sites. After all, nearly $3.2 billion has been pledged to Kickstarter projects, such as mega-successes pebble watch and the oculus rift and headset, since it opened for business in 2009. But rival Indiegogo actually opened up shop in 2008, a year before Kickstarter was even launched.
The mechanics of a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo are slightly different — in addition to “fixed funding” campaigns, which both crowdfunding sites host, Indiegogo also supports “flexible funding” campaigns, where people keep their money if they don’t meet their overall funding goal.
But both sites, since their foundings, have hosted more than 100,000 crowdfunding campaigns, and with a 5 percent fee charged by each to successfully funded campaigns, both sites have made millions.
Sega and Nintendo
In his book Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle That Defined a Generation, author Blake J. Harris peels back the curtain to give readers a glimpse at Sega’s efforts in the 1990s to dethroned Nintendo. W
hich in the United States was the undisputed king of the video game. (In 1990, Nintendo accounted for 90 percent of America’s $3 billion video game industry.)
Taking a page from Nintendo’s book and the success of the game Super Mario, Sega created Sonic the Hedgehog and began making waves. At one point, as Harris explains in his book. Sega amassed a 55 percent share of the U.S. video game market.
In 2016, revenue for Sega Sammy Holdings, parent company of Sega, was $3.12 billion in U.S. dollars. Nintendo’s 2016 revenue was $4.5 billion in
Alando and eBay
The Samwer brothers are well known to folks who analyze copycats in the tech industry.
Their prowess at mimicking innovation goes back to 1999, when the three brothers developed Alando. A German copycat to American online auction site ebay. Within four months eBay purchased Alando.de for $43 million. In 2016, revenue for eBay was $9 billion.