Nature and technology don’t usually mix. One is God’s creation, the other hand-made. Nature consists of trillions upon trillions of living organisms that connected in some mysterious way and behold – the world as we know it emerged. Technology, consists of trillions upon trillions of zeros and ones held together by transistors and electricity. There are no two things that can be further apart.
Nature is the oldest of things. Technology is the new kid on the block. Nature is abstract. Technology is the detailed of things. Seemingly, nature and technology are complete and utter opposites. But as often in life, things aren’t always as they appear. The Dead Sea, a majestic example of nature in all its mystery and glory, is connected to technology on many different levels.
The first example is a trivial one. Airplanes, a product of technology, fly millions of visitors each year from all over the world to the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is famous all over the world due to technology.
Still, technology has a much longer tail in the way of connection to the Dead Sea. A wide variety of therapeutic and cosmetic products, of companies like Premier Dead Sea, are made from the natural salts and minerals found in the Dead Sea. Such companies rely greatly on technology in their Dead Sea Project efforts to produce the highest quality of products.
Making fantastic products isn’t enough. You need folks to know about your products. The best possible way these days to promote your products, to get them noticed, is through the Internet obviously, especially if you are looking for global awareness.
So what do manufacturers do? They go to companies like eTraffic web marketing. The job of these companies is to get your products noticed on the Internet. These companies use high form of technology, hi-tech, to do what? To market a cosmetic product made from the natural goodness of the Dead Sea.
In a way, everything is connected, or interconnected as the youngsters say these day. Nature and technology, Dead Sea and web marketing, everything is dependant on one another, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Technology can be looked at as a force of nature. It is man made, indeed, but man is made by nature, so if the circle is closed, we can say that even technology is part of nature. A modern nature.