Summary: West Elm’s First TV Ads Capture Your Ascent to Adulthood in Slo-Mo. 'Get house proud,' says Humanaut campaign.
Transcript of Traditional PR is Still a Fabulous Way to Stand Out written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Back to Podcast Transcript John Jantsch: This episode of The Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is sponsored by Ahrefs, the SEO tool set that I use every single day. Show More Summary
Traditional PR is Still a Fabulous Way to Stand Out written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing This episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is sponsored by ahrefs – one of my go-to SEO tools – enter to win a full year...Show More Summary
How to Optimize Your Event Marketing Campaigns: Before, During and After Events written by Guest Post read more at Duct Tape Marketing Frost and Sullivan report that the live events industry is worth around $512 billion. Alon Alroy,Show More Summary
Welcome to the Stefan James penthouse tour! Do you want to know the products that I use in order to optimize my life for success? Click here to learn more! The post Stefan James Penthouse Tour: How An Internet Entrepreneur Optimizes His Lifestyle appeared first on Project Life Mastery.
Mike Diva is going mainstream. The YouTube director, known in part for his insane fake Japanese commercials (including a famous Donald Trump ad spoof made during last year's election), is getting some plum real ad gigs lately. He got lots of attention for his entertainingly dystopian robot spot for Halo Top ice cream. And now...
Last month, Twitter made big headlines after announcing it was in the midst of testing 280-character tweets as a way to give users more room to “express” themselves. The announcement came a little more than a year after Twitter stopped including links and photos in character counts. “We want every person around the world to [...]Show More Summary
It's tempting to enter a field where mastery is assured, where you have a very good shot of being as good at it as everyone else. It turns out, though, that the most exciting and productive fields are those where...
The Participation Game How The Top 100 Brands Build Loyalty in A Skeptical World was published this year for marketers “hoping to reach millennial consumers - which is a broad 20 year demographic, born in 1980 to present.” The post Executive addresses top 100 brand adoption, loyalty appeared first on Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations website and podcast.
There’s a remarkable opportunity right in front of you. And it’s yours for the taking. For the taking? Yes! Think about it: No one gives you the initiative. You take the initiative. This means you’re free. Free to encourage those around you. Show More Summary
But Snapchat is doing better!
Schulist formerly served as an associate creative director with Deep Focus, where she worked with Lay's and Beneful.
Company: BerlinRosen Location: New York, New York Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time
Andy Meldrum will be leaving at the end of the month.
Some of our favorite sports ads aren't so much about winning as gritting your teeth against adversity. Nike has always been especially talented at driving this point home. Renowned Hong Kong boxer Rex Tso appeared in one such ad--ironically just before notching his 22nd win in an Oct. 7 fight. In it, Tso is violently...
Salespeople are at their most valuable when interacting with customers one-on-one. They are highly trained, highly paid professionals who want to convert as many leads into sales as possible. In fact, 80% of sales people think the phone (where they can sell one on one) is the best channel for closing a deal. The problem […]
Remember the '90s, when the 50 State Quarters program was enacted and every transaction became an opportunity to exchange the glorious crags of Colorado for a fat Georgia peach? Those years before Pok?mon Go were fun. Anyway, Monnaie de Paris--France's equivalent of the U.S. Mint--has released a limited-edition series of silver 10EUR pieces (about $11.78),...
Juice Interactive was founded by JoAnn Leonard and Tim Rawls in 2004.
Turkish soap operas are a cultural powerhouse... and not just in Turkey. In 10 years, the industry has evolved from gripping local interest to hitting $350 million in exports, and will likely hit the 1 billion mark by 2023. And while adaptations for Western markets are in the works, it's likely actual Western viewers...
He will partner with new CEO Joe Maglio.