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  • Stars of The Office Want to Help You ‘Cut Out’ This Summer in Cutwater-Cameo Partnership
    As Michael Scott once asked, "Do you think doing alcohol is cool?" This summer it might be, thanks to a Cutwater Spirits promotion offering fans a chance to win free Cameo messages from stars of NBC's enduring sitcom The Office. San Diego-based Cutwater, known for its canned cocktails and bottled alcohols, has partnered with Cameo...
  • Subway’s In-Store Radio Is Set for a Weeklong Kurupt FM Takeover in the UK
    Sandwich chain Subway is handing over its in-store radio network to Kurupt FM for a weeklong comedic takeover. The U.K. stunt, led by PR firm Taylor Herring and its in-house production company, St Marks Studios, will hear the Bafta-winning comedy stars broadcast daily shows from May 17 to customers. An online miniseries featuring the takeover...
  • Vistaprint and Claima Stories Podcast Will Give $250,000 to BIPOC-led Businesses
    A new partnership between the Claima Stories podcast and graphic design service 99designs by Vistaprint wants to help BIPOC-led creative small businesses recover from the pandemic and grow. Claima Stories, a podcast co-created by Bimma Williams, BJ Frogozo and Adrian Anaya to share stories about BIPOC youth in the sneaker and creative industries, will select...
  • The CMOs of Away and Exos Deliberate on Their Changing Roles
    Whether as a brand protector or growth driver, CMOs were under the spotlight during the pandemic, charged with reaching consumers quarantined in their homes during large swaths of 2020. In conversation with Adweek's chief content officer Lisa Granatstein at Adweek's CMO Summit, digitally native luggage brand Away's CMO Selena Kalvaria and fitness company Exos' CMO...
  • Dentsu Americas Aims for Women to Account for 50% of Executive Roles by 2025
    Dentsu today released its 2021 Americas DEI Report, which functions both as an assessment of the current state of the company and a look toward the future. Christena Pyle, who joined Dentsu from Time's Up in the new role of chief equity officer, Americas last year, said in a press briefing Monday that the report...
  • TikTok’s Katie Puris Talks About the Power of a Purpose-Driven Guidebook
    During last week's Social Media Week New York, Katie Puris, global managing director of TikTok, walked us through her self-created guidebook for her team at TikTok. A simple idea that is deceptively revolutionary, her guidebook was developed as a response to her thinking that "we don't spend enough time recognizing individual experience" in the workplace....
  • Industry Leaders Saw an Elevated Role for Marketers Over the Last Quarter, According to New Survey
    Ahead of today's CMO Summit, Adweek reached out to participating marketers to get a better understanding of how this past year has affected--and continues to affect--their role within organizations. The responses of more than 60 professionals offers insight into what the last three months have meant for marketing trends--and for the most part, things are...
  • CMOs Discuss Fostering Team Health and Motivation During the Pandemic
    Millions of people have been working remotely for over a year now, and it isn't always easy to keep a team motivated and engaged. Some of the industry's top CMOs assembled at Adweek's CMO Summit on Wednesday to talk about how they have navigated their teams during the pandemic. MTV Entertainment Group CMO Jason White...
  • Facebook: #MonthofGood Hashtag Used Over 5M Times During Ramadan 2021
    Facebook shared some data on Ramadan initiatives across its platform as the holy month came to an end Wednesday (May 12). The #MonthofGood hashtag was used over 5 million times worldwide. Thousands of Instagram posts mentioning #MonthofGood generated over 80 million interactions. The Ramadan 2021 Instagram sticker pack was used almost 50 million times. Over...
  • Forsman & Bodenfors New York Launches Campaign to Help Bystanders Stop Asian Hate
    Although anti-Asian sentiments have long plagued the U.S., the recent rise in violent hate crimes against Asian communities has gained nationwide coverage. There are always ways to help, whether that means donating to the crowdfunding campaigns of those affected, advocating for better legislation, building safer communities or simply having a stranger's back in a time...

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  • Here's everything you need to know to use YouTube Shorts, the new TikTok competitor
    After months of testing its TikTok competitor in India and a limited beta rollout in the states, YouTube is finally launching YouTube Shorts for everyone in the U.S. So now you might be asking yourself...what is YouTube Shorts in the first place? And how do I use it? It's pretty easy once you get the […]
  • Elon Musk says Bitcoin no longer accepted for Tesla purchases
    Tesla CEO Elon Musk has changed his stance on cryptocurrency. Back in March, Musk announced Tesla was accepting Bitcoin for its electric cars. Earlier this year the EV company even bought $1.5 billion of the cryptocurrency. On Wednesday afternoon, that all ended. Musk tweeted that the cryptocurrency's "great cost to the environment" meant Tesla won't […]
  • Colonial Pipeline turns fuel taps back on amidst ransomware mess
    You can stop panic buying gasoline now.  Colonial Pipeline, which operates over 5,500 miles of fuel pipeline running from New Jersey to Texas, announced Wednesday that it "initiated the restart of pipeline operations." The move follows the company's decision late last week to proactively shut down operations after its systems were infected with ransomware.  The criminal […]
  • Stay cool this summer with...a wearable AI neck fan? — Future Blink
    The YOSH Smart Fan is a 360 degree neck fan that automatically reads the temperature and humidity signals around it.  Read more...More about Mashable Video, Summer, Fan, Breeze, and Neck
  • Xiaomi is no longer blacklisted in the U.S.
    In January, before President Trump left office, Chinese electronics company Xiaomi was added to a blacklist by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) following its classification as a "Communist Chinese military company." That decision has now been reversed. Xiaomi responded to the blacklisting by filing a lawsuit where it denied the allegations it had ties […]
  • Researchers made a robot that mimics a real, backflipping spider — Strictly Robots
    The BionicWheelBot is a walking robot inspired by a real species of spider and they both...do somersaults.  Read more...More about Mashable Video, Robot, Spiders, Backflip, and Somersault
  • How to get help with small tasks when your mental health blocks your way
    Timber Talbot knows what it feels like to be too tired to eat, too anxious to make a phone call, too bogged down by an ever-growing task list to even do the simple stuff. As someone who has endured their own mental health challenges their entire life, Talbot understood, firsthand, the debilitating feeling of inaction.  […]
  • Dionne Warwick confirms on Twitter that Dionne Warwick is not dead
    Dionne Warwick has confirmed that Dionne Warwick is not dead, debunking claims made by a YouTube video.  A video from January by the account Celebrity Tribute says the legendary singer died in a nursing home in 2008 after "several months" of "failing health." The video then states that Warwick appeared on the reality show The […]
  • TikTok has turned against resin artists in the name of sustainability
    In Mashable’s series Wasted, we dig into the myriad ways we’re trashing our planet. Because it’s time to sober up. TikTok is turning against the viral resin art it made popular, but the backlash is opening up a larger conversation about who's responsible for the environmental crisis.  When social distancing regulations and stay-at-home orders confined […]
  • At last, we can build a Space Elevator — sort of
    NOTE FOR 2021 READERS: This is the 16th in a series of award-winning open letters to the next century, now just one generation away. Babies born this year in the U.S., and nearly 50 other countries, are expected to live to 2100 and beyond. These letters examine what the world could look like then — […]

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  • TV ad: Budget Direct Insurance: Driving is no game.
    The latest in the Insurance Solved campaign "Driving’s No Game' features an extraordinary collision between a reckless driver with a car straight out of a video game, and a Budget Direct customer.Category: Finance & insuranceClient: Budget DirectAgency: 303 MullenLowe SydneyExecutive Creative Director: Bart PawlakCreative Director/ art director: Adam WhiteheadCreative Director/ writer: Sean LarkinDirector: Daniel KleinmanAgency […]
  • Outdoor ad: NEON: Women need to shut up
    To launch the fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale, DDB Aotearoa (NZ) looked close to home for inspiration. Upon the discovery that the outdated misogynistic views expressed in the show were similar to those still held by a select few in NZ, a revolution was in order. The resulting street campaign rallied Kiwis to join […]
  • Outdoor ad: NEON: Women should give themselves to men
    To launch the fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale, DDB Aotearoa (NZ) looked close to home for inspiration. Upon the discovery that the outdated misogynistic views expressed in the show were similar to those still held by a select few in NZ, a revolution was in order. The resulting street campaign rallied Kiwis to join […]
  • Outdoor ad: NEON: A woman's job is to breed
    To launch the fourth season of The Handmaid's Tale, DDB Aotearoa (NZ) looked close to home for inspiration. Upon the discovery that the outdated misogynistic views expressed in the show were similar to those still held by a select few in NZ, a revolution was in order. The resulting street campaign rallied Kiwis to join […]
  • TV ad: Miller High Life: The Champagne of Beers Region
    Miller High Life, also known as The Champagne of Beers, is following in the footsteps of Champagne, France, by proclaiming the area around its Milwaukee Brewery 'The Champagne of Beers Region' in a new campaign by adam&eveNYC. The campaign was timed to coincide with National Tourism Day in the US on May 7th, and to […]
  • TV ad: U.S. Army: Jennifer
    To better connect with Gen Z, the U.S. Army releases an animated series that brings to life the origin stories of five real Soldiers. Research shows the Army lacks relevance to Gen Z, and is perceived as a "distant star" that requires a superhuman level of discipline. These stories address these misperceptions by showing that […]
  • TV ad: U.S. Army: Janeen
    To better connect with Gen Z, the U.S. Army releases an animated series that brings to life the origin stories of five real Soldiers. Research shows the Army lacks relevance to Gen Z, and is perceived as a "distant star" that requires a superhuman level of discipline. These stories address these misperceptions by showing that […]
  • TV ad: Newsela: Learning Found
    With students scheduled to return to in-person classrooms this fall, there are major challenges facing teaching and education administrators. Newsela is an online platform which takes authentic, real-world content from trusted sources and makes it instruction-ready for K-12 classrooms. It currently has over 2.5 million teachers and 37 million students among its users.  Building on this […]
  • Print ad: GOLD: Divinely Clean 3
    the reflection of the hand, it is a divinely clean surface, makes the image duplicate, giving us a feeling that we are praying of gratitude.Category: Home appliances & furnishingsClient: PLAZA LAMAAgency: Leo Burnett & Publicis / Peña DefillóChief Creative Officer: ALVARO NOBOA S.Creative Director: Joan BuenoHead of Art: Eliu BuenoHead of Art: José JiménezDirector: Nicole […]
  • Print ad: GOLD: Divinely Clean 2
    the reflection of the hand, it is a divinely clean surface, makes the image duplicate, giving us a feeling that we are praying of gratitude.Category: Home appliances & furnishingsClient: PLAZA LAMAAgency: Leo Burnett & Publicis / Peña DefillóChief Creative Officer: ALVARO NOBOA S.Creative Director: Joan BuenoHead of Art: Eliu BuenoHead of Art: José JiménezDirector: Nicole […]

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  • It’s Official: Google is Ending FeedBurner Email. Here are Your Next Steps.
    Google has announced that Feedburner's email services will end in July 2021. Here's a guide for you to help you plan your move to a new email service as painlessly as possible.      
  • 3 Ways to Earn (Even More) Money with Your Emails
    Learn how you can turn your emails into revenue streams. Growing an audience is one of the most exciting and engaging things you can do online. Through a variety of many different outlets, including email, you’re able to offer value to like-minded people across the planet. And as a bonus, you also have the opportunity […]
  • New: Schedule Your Emails Multiple Days a Week or Month
    More hassle-free set it and forget it email campaigns at your fingertips. The beauty of automated RSS-to-email campaigns is the set it and forget it factor, knowing your email campaigns will be sent as scheduled with your new content – that was the foundation in creating FeedBlitz.And now, continuing our mission to provide the most […]
  • 60+ Free Email Templates to Jumpstart Your Email Marketing
    Win the Inbox with eye-catching email campaigns and save time when it comes to design. Designing a template, especially one from scratch, can be a major frustration. But what if the hard work was already done for you? What if templates showcasing your products, image layouts highlighting your work, invitations ready to be sent, podcast […]
  • Featured Images now in Gmail Promotions Tab Bundles!
    Gmail’s recent broad rollout of promotions tab bundles will reward good, engaging emails with more opportunities to solidify that engagement.FeedBlitz is helping you make the most of that opportunity, out of the box, today, by making every email we send bundle-ready with a featured image. Here’s how this gives you competitive advantage: The vast, vast […]
  • New Mapping Feature Available with Every Email Send
    Zoom in to discover where your emails are being read. A great new feature offering more insight into your subscribers is now available with every email send and monthly insight report:Geographic data on engagement stats.And not just the numbers, the team went a step further and added a mapping feature for visual representation. A new […]
  • Surprise! Your Company’s Remote — Now What?
    There’s more to running a remote company than keeping up with technology. You probably didn’t plan on taking your company 100% online, but yet – here you are.Under normal circumstances, companies who shift to being fully remote plan for weeks, sometimes even months before taking the leap. During that time, they’re working to retain both […]
  • 3 Time Savers to Help your Email Marketing
    If you’re like the rest of us, distractions seem to be at an all-time high. Nothing is normal. Whether there are more people at home, you have to homeschool on top of your career, or you’re struggling with worry, everyone is busy. These circumstances zap your time, energy, and focus.And when your attention span is […]
  • Tips Our Team Learned the Hard Way While Working Remotely
    Finding your ideal work from home rhythm isn’t as easy as you may think. When pajamas replace business casual, the fridge is now just a short walk away, and Netflix marathons are streaming on TV – working remotely from home can sound like a dream come true.Shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders have shifted the work cultures […]
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  • Googly-eyed robots, aisle 9
    The owner of Giant grocery stores is teaming up with a company called Badger Technologies to launch robots in 172 of its mid-Atlantic stores.At 6'3", it's a rather tall robot, unlike small roombas that scoot around partially undetected. It's end result helps consumers in some way, by making sure products are stocked on shelves and […]
  • Arby's-themed subscription boxes
    Awareness is often a key, and important, marketing objective for brands to get consumers started on the path to purchase. However, sometimes not enough effort is placed on, or invested in, their true brand loyalists.Take Arby's, who created a 6-month monthly subscription box, that doesn't contain food, but rather sandwich and Arby's themed merchandise for […]
  • Emotional support (fried) chicken
    Emotional support animals run the gammet these days, and more and more people are trying to bring them on planes, from peacocks to fish.Fast food chain Popeyes created a limited edition carrier, served at the Philadelphia airport, for passengers to take on board as their "emotional support chicken." It's a TSA-approved way for consumers to […]
  • Hoo-whaaat?!? Lil Jon + Kool-Aid collab
    It seems that every year, more and more artists release their own covers and versions of holiday songs. Probably for good reason - consumers love revamps of the classics and new hits to keep their holiday playlists fresh.So why shouldn't brands get in on this holiday trend? Enter Kool-Aid and Lil Jon, who just released […]
  • Dove Men+Care is bringing Dads+Kids together
    Whether we realize it or not, haircuts are a big part of the holiday season for many. Whether it's for holiday parties or family, it's nice to take a moment for yourself and freshen up your look.Dove Men+Care is building on that and transforming it into a way for Dads and their kids to spend […]
  • Look out Super Bowl, Bud Light's coming to town
    The Super Bowl isn't just about the football - it's also about the ads, and of course the halftime show. Bud Light is creating its own brand experience centered around music and hosting an entire music fest the weekend leading up to the big game in Atlanta, where its being hosted. And they are getting […]
  • Discover unknown places first, with Lufthansa
    Travel companies have used unique ways in the past to encourage consumers to travel (and hopefully use their services to do so). Lufthansa create an experiential photography exhibit to show people photographs of truly unique places they've never seen before - but then revealed the reason why that is, is because they don't actually exist. […]
  • Brrrrrr-inging trial to outerwear
    Luxury outerwear brand Canada Goose has really grown in popularity, and if you've been intrigued by how warm the coats look and googled it or asked someone who owns one, you know they cost more than your average Patagonia or North Face down coat (sometimes 3x+ as much).The company knows they need to put their […]
  • Digitally connected cafes offer virtual meals
    Let's throw another shrimp on the bah-bee, and pour another pint o'Guiness for a meal with loved ones overseas!Terrible cliches aside, Samsung is creating pop-up restaurants that allow people in Dublin to virtually enjoy a meal with an expat loved one in Sydney, Australia, based on the high volume of Irish citizens that move to […]
  • Sausage-scented wrapping paper, by Jimmy Dean
    Aaaaahhh...there's nothing quite like the smell of savory sausage on Christmas morning, emanating from your....wrapping paper. Yes, wrapping paper - not your kitchen.For sausage enthusiasts, Jimmy Dean is giving away free branded items in exchange for pictures of consumers' favorite recipes and dishes featuring JD's sausage. Other items include a glass sausage ornament, an apron […]

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  • KFC: Your Chicken Could Never
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  • VO5: If you've got hair, care!
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  • Colorado Lottery: Winning Country
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  • Veet: Your body hair, your choice
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  • Whirlpool: Brastemp Shareding
    Women often carry the burden when it comes to household chores, and have historically endured the double burden of a career and the social pressures of caring for their homes and families. According to an IBGE survey in 2020, women spend twice as much time as men on household chores. Brastemp has launched an initiative […]
  • Honda: The origin myth of travel
    Over fifty years, the Goldwing has become the reference in the touring class. The first motorcycle equipped with an airbag, a rear gear, a six-cylinder engine, a GPS or a radio, the Goldwing has the equipment to make a German sedan envious. For a few years now, when we talk about the Goldwing, ordinary bikers […]
  • Purple Mattress: Anniversary
    Purple's 5th Anniversary, celebrates 5 years of the founding of the company and the sleep innovation it has provided over the years. Video of Celebrating Purple & 5 Years of Comfort
  • Crest: Questionable Filters
    The pandemic has changed the way we work and socialize. We are living in the screen age–Zoom, Google Meet, Teams–communicating via video more than ever before. This social behavior has brought about something that can be funny, cute, weird, and even embarrassing: filters. (Just ask that lawyer with the cat filter.) So, no matter what […]
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