The term "sales promotion" refers to a type of marketing that is either targeted toward the distribution channel (by providing incentives for sales) or directly at the consumer. It is a tactic for introducing new items, emptying inventories, building traffic and giving sales a little boost.
A flash drive is a small, portable method of data storage that contains flash storage, hence the name "flash drive." It plugs into a computer's USB port and is therefore also often known as a USB drive.
To save files to a flash drive, insert the drive into a USB port, select the files, and paste or drag the files to the flash drive. The flash drive should pop up automatically when inserted into the computer.
A flash drive transfers data from a computer to a storage device via a USB port. A flash drive stores data on a small piece of silicon that has billions of tiny transistors. Each tiny transistor has the ability to store single bits of binary digital information.
Flash drives typically come formatted with the FAT32 file system, which nearly all operating systems can read, so they're generally ready to run out of the box. Operating systems also have formatting tools to clear flash drives.
To put music on a USB flash drive using Windows 8, insert the device into a computer port, enter “computer” in the search field, and select the music files you want to copy to your flash drive. When using Mac OS X, open the iTunes application to move the songs.
Advertising is a one-way persuasive communication with a purpose to promote goods or services to potential customers, while sales promotions are marketing activities intended to immediately boost sales. Advertising's primary goal is to build brand image.
The flash drive was invented in 1999. However, there is some dispute over who invented it. While the Israeli company M-Systems filed the first patent in April of that year, their product involved a USB cable and a memory unit, whereas Shimon Shmueli's September patent was for a USB memory stick.
Most flash drives are set up out of the box to allow recording, or writing, new information, but some are write-protected, or "read-only." However, it is possible to change the protection settings on a flash drive in a number of ways.
The first company to sell a USB flash drive was Trek 2000 International. The device was marketed as a "thumb drive," was first available in Singapore, and was able to store 8 MB. The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) was the first company to provide the easily transportable drive in