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  • Watch the Newest Ads on TV From Apple, Sprite, Toyota and More
    Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new TV commercials tracked by, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention and conversion analytics from more than seven million smart TVs. The ads here ran on national TV for the first time yesterday.A few highlights: Apple shows off how its iPad seamlessly […]
  • Agency Brief: Socks, Salaries, Students and Starbucks
    Black Friday is officially seven days away get your (physical or digital) shopping bags ready. And don't forget about all those other upcoming days, like Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday.But before all that, let's get on to this week's agency news roundup.Media moneymakers Continue reading at
  • One to Watch in 2018: Augmented Commerce
    At the start of November, Amazon introduced a new feature called AR View, which lets customers visualize online products in their own living space, using their smartphone camera.Launched in the Amazon app for iOS devices, AR View offers the ability to view thousands of products for the home, including furniture, electronics, toys, games and decor, […]
  • Erich and Kallman Wins Fat Tire Beer Account
    At less than two years old, Erich and Kallman has already picked up liquor and wine accounts. Now the San Francisco shop is getting into the beer business, as agency-of-record for Fat Tire. New Belgium, one the nation's largest craft brewers, has chosen the agency to handle strategy, creative and package design for its most […]
  • When Local Stores Are Digital Too
    Offline retail is finally about to change. But the shift is more subtle than many people think.The internet has still barely touched how most things are bought. After two decades of the internet and the mobile revolution, 91% of U.S. retail spending still takes place in brick-and-mortar stores. Traditional retail sales continue to grow, exceeding […]
  • Has Marketing Become an 'Island Surrounded by Mirrors'?
    The mission of marketing is to build brands that stand the test of time, not to build brands for the sake of it. By building strong, preferred and differentiated brands, sustainable business results will follow.But today, I believe our profession must do better and assume a more strategic role within business. We must be responsible […]
  • Your Friday Wake-Up Call: Bad News for BuzzFeed. Plus, the Trouble With Brand USA
    Welcome to Ad Age's Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital-related news. We've got a little news ourselves: You can now get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Click here, or search for "Ad Age" under "Skills" in the Alexa app.What people are talking about today: For […]
  • Mr. Mucus Gets a Chatbot Thanks to WebMD, Which Grows Its RB Partnership
    Now you can talk to Mr. Mucus, in a sense, via chatbot, thanks to WebMD and the latest wrinkle in its long-running partnership with RB (Reckitt Benckiser).The chatbot is part of a growing artificial-intelligence effort from WebMD, an outgrowth of voice programs developed last year to work with Amazon Echo and Google Home. Perhaps sadly, […]
  • What Brad Jakeman Learned From the 'Gut-Wrenching' Backlash to Pepsi's Jenner Ad
    The harsh response to Pepsi's Kendall Jenner ad was "was the most gut-wrenching experience of my career," Brad Jakeman, the outgoing president of PepsiCo's global beverage group, said Thursday in his first public comments about the ad, which Pepsi pulled earlier this year amid widespread criticism.In a wide-ranging on-stage interview at the Ad Age Next […]
  • Facebook's New App Connects Creators With Video, Fans and Watch Shows
    Facebook is trying to win over the influencer crowd with an app built just for them, and it connects to Watch for those influencers with an official show on the social network.The Facebook Creator App, announced Thursday, will give internet stars a place to create and edit videos, film live, message with followers and track […]

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  • Penske Media Acquires Sourcing Journal to Further Its Fashion and Retail Coverage
    Sourcing Journal, a publication focused on the sourcing and manufacturing industries, launched in 2009 with co-founders Edward Hertzman and Munir Mashooqullah. After eight years, it was acquired by Penske Media Corporation in October. Penske Media also currently owns Fairchild Media and Women's Wear Daily and made this investment to secure how those titles report on...
  • Turkey, Stuffing and Instagram Stickers for Thanksgiving
    Instagram is marking the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday with a new set of stickers for U.S. users. The Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network described its new stickers in a blog post: "From expressive turkeys and decorative grounds to a pumpkin spice latte for warming up as autumn draws to a close, these stickers help you add...
  • How Hyundai Found Its Footing on Social Using This AI Influencer Technology
    Over the summer, Hyundai was looking for the most effective way to promote the new 2018 Hyundai Sonata on social media. The brand quickly found a partner in influencer platform Influential, to help build a campaign that was not only powered by IBM Watson, but also driven by the perfect influencers for the brand. "People...
  • Old Navy Wants to Bring Out Your Inner Kid This Holiday Season With a Charming New Campaign
    The holidays may be a child's dream, but they're super stressful for a lot of adults. Old Navy is trying to change that by injecting some "YAY" into your holiday with its latest wave of adorable holiday ads released under its cheery "Hi, Fashion," platform. "We launched the 'Hi, Fashion' creative platform back in the...
  • Why Comcast, Verizon and Disney Should—and Shouldn’t—Try to Acquire Fox
    The "For Sale" sign is out at 21st Century Fox, and several of the biggest media companies are lining up to speak with executive chairman Rupert Murdoch and his sons James and Lachlan about buying many of the company's most prized assets. Less than two weeks ago, news broke that Fox had been in on-again,...
  • Volvo Orbits the Earth in the Final Chapter of Its Epic, Time-Twisting Trilogy
    Volvo's two-year experiment in fractured, "nonlinear" narratives has already taken us from a New England lighthouse to the Arizona desert. Now, its final larger-than-life chapter leaves the Earth's atmosphere behind while encouraging viewers and car buyers to embrace the future ... whatever it might bring. To tell the tale of a female astronaut, her husband...
  • Survey: Millennials Are More Likely to Get Video News From Social Networks
    Arkadium, a provider of visual and interactive content tools for publishers, released the results of a commissioned survey, which asked 1,000 people in the U.S. about their online video news preferences. When asked where they typically come across video news stories, 60 percent of respondents said news websites and applications, while 44 percent said feed-based...
  • Remember Disaster Girl? A New Ad Campaign Digs Deeper Into the Mysterious Meme
    Disaster Girl is one of the most popular memes online. It's over 13 years old, and hails from a weird picture of a girl smiling devilishly while a home burns in the background. Since then, her creepy grin has been superimposed onto every imaginable image of human calamity. (Her own dad uploaded the picture, titled...
  • Cat Videos and Business Don’t Mix in These Bright Ads for a Dual-Screen Smartphone
    Imagine what you could do with your smartphone if it had two screens. The possibilities are ... well, they may not be endless. But they are pretty entertaining in a new campaign for phone manufacturer ZTE from Energy BBDO. The foldable Axon M model has dual screens, and the agency suggests some ways to apply...
  • How Brands Can Optimize Facebook Ads to Steal Holiday Shoppers From Amazon
    Historically, Amazon has proven to be highly effective at converting in-store buyers, all without spending marketing dollars on increasingly ineffective channels like print or leveraging first-party data on in-store buying behavior. Online sales during the holiday season continue to be the supergiant's sweet spot. Last year, Amazon's online sales between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday totaled...

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  • Fireballs shoot across sky as Leonid meteor shower peaks
    The Leonids meteor shower has been active for the past two weeks and this weekend the cosmic debris show is hitting its peak.  Leonids, named for the constellation Leo where the shower appears to originate from, started earlier this month and should give something of a show over the next few days. It's true peak […]
  • Yup, 'Jane the Virgin' just killed [spoiler]! Who did it?
    Spoilers for Friday's episode of Jane the Virgin To be fair, Narrator did warn us. A few episodes ago, Narrator told us that this season one of six characters (Rafael, Petra, Luisa, Alba, Anezka, or Magda) would die. It's the oldest trick in the book, after all. Well friends, Friday's episode ended with Petra discovering […]
  • Ryan Seacrest responds to sexual harassment allegations as E! opens investigation
    Ryan Seacrest is denying allegations of sexual harassment from a stylist who worked with the host during his time at E! News. Mashable has confirmed that E! has opened an investigation into Seacrest, following claims from an unnamed former E! News wardrobe stylist alleging that Seacrest "behaved inappropriately" toward her a decade ago. While the […]
  • Serena Williams shares intimate moment from her wedding day
    Tennis star Serena Williams and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian tied the knot at a private wedding ceremony at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans on Thursday. The intimate and star-studded event was apparently Beauty and the Beast themed, with major names like Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kim Kardashian West, and Anna Wintour in attendance.  Williams shared […]
  • Lena Dunham defends 'Girls' writer accused of rape
    "Girls" creator Lena Dunham and her co-producer and writer Jenni Konner have defended a writer from the HBO show who was accused of raping a 17-year-old actress. He was 35 at the time of the alleged assault.  The allegations against writer Murray Miller, now 40, were reported Friday by The Wrap. Actress Aurora Perrineau, currently […]
  • These $99 true wireless earbuds are cheaper and sound better than AirPods
    There are three reasons why Apple's AirPods are considered the best true wireless earbuds you can buy: They're small, pair really easily to iOS devices, and only cost $159. Everyone from Samsung to Jaybird to Bose have their own alternatives, but they cost even more. $159 for AirPods is a great price, but Crazy Baby, […]
  • Ron Paul is now selling your grandparents Bitcoin on Fox News
    Because nothing says legitimacy like a 30-second informercial, everyone's favorite racist grandpa has taken to Fox News to push the latest retirement-savings proposal to 68-year-olds across this great nation. And just what is it that Ron Paul is pushing, exactly? Why that would be Bitcoin. That's right, the former congressman is shilling for Bitcoin on […]
  • Skin to skin: Shaq gets nailed with a raw turkey
    Out of all the celebrities, Shaq may be the most willing to put himself into ridiculous situations for sweet, sweet content. The very tall and bald former basketball superstar  took a hit on "NBA on TNT" on Thursday, and by hit we mean someone threw a raw turkey at his head. SEE ALSO: Shaq tripped, […]
  • The 5 biggest questions we still have about the Tesla Semi
    Tesla finally unveiled its heavy-duty, all-electric Semi truck, and we're impressed. The big rig is the sum of all of the automaker's work in one massive package, featuring design cues from its other vehicles and even borrowing their parts, like the Model 3 motors that power each of its "super single" wheels. Musk claims the […]
  • If you're single, get a dog — it could make you live longer
    A huge study out of Sweden provides some major fodder for your "pro" column about getting a dog.  Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden found that dog owners have better cardiovascular health compared to those without pooches — and live longer. SEE ALSO: This fancy pop-up sushi bar for dogs proves we're now subservient to […]

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  • TV ad: Boots: Show Them You Know Them
    Ogilvy & Mather London has created this Christmas spot forBoots about the important things this Christmas. It's all about the thought. It's about old memories and the new ones you're yet to make. It's about the secrets you've shared and the laughs you won't forget. Most of all, it's about finding the perfect gift to […]
  • TV ad: MYER: Elf Vision
    For the third year in a row, Myer's Christmas characters - Elf, Reindeer, Mouse and Angel - are back in the latest campaign developed by Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne. This year's launch film, titled 'Elf's Journey', sees Elf become frustrated at Reindeer, Mouse and Angel for not taking Christmas seriously enough. Elf duly sets out in […]
  • TV ad: føtex: Rollo The Reindeer
    The Danish retail industry usually celebrates the Christmas season by bombarding consumers with great value offers and high-pitched call-to-actions. This year, the Danish supermarket chain, fotex, takes off into the Christmas season via Wibroe, Duckert & Partners. Copenhagen, with a more emotional approach and a film that turns shopping into a heart-warming Christmas experience through […]
  • TV ad: POLAR+: Disaster Girl
    Internet memes, we're all familiar with them and weall have our favorites. One meme that has been particularly popular is the Disaster Girl. Its origins unknown, one day she just appeared in our feeds and browsers, the same image over and over, each time with a new funny background or caption.
 Its obscurity and mysterious […]
  • TV ad: Skyn Condoms: Yes, Yes, Yes
    SKYN says Yes, Yes, Yes for Australia's Equality Vote, with the help of Sid Lee Paris. Condom brand SKYN is celebrating with Australia. Yesterday,, the country announced that its citizens voted to legalize same sex marriage by 61.6%. To honor the occasion, SKYN and its agency Sid Lee Paris released a special film, 'Yes Yes […]
  • TV ad: BMO: Celebrating Women
    FCB Canada has created this spot for BMO, working with Google to ensure female leaders can be seen. Seeing their accomplishments, that's the BMO Effect. #BMOforWomen.Category: Finance & insuranceClient: BMOAgency: FCB CanadaChief Creative Officer: Nancy Crimi-LamannaGroup Creative Director: Jeremiah McNamaCopywriter: Laura De SantisArt Director: Tayler-Lee Resar-TeeseProducer: Anick RozonProducer: Sara WindrimDirector: Nicole DorseyExecutive Producer: Chilo FletcherExecutive […]
  • TV ad: Magichome: Pentru Magic HOME
    Magichome has launched this web film showcasing the struggle that parents with sick children have and need to overcome.Category: Public interestClient: MagichomeAgency: -
  • TV ad: Converse: Forever Chuck. For Every You
    From Sabrina Carpenter, to Taylor Hill, to Cole Sprouse, whatever your style, however you feel, there's a Chuck Taylor for every you. Agency: AKQA, New York.Category: Clothing & footwearClient: ConverseAgency: AKQA, New YorkCreative Director: Philipp DietzCopywriter: Caio MuratoreCopywriter: DJ DavidsArt Director: Felipe YamaokaArt Director: andrea souzaArt Director: Hera YeungProducer: Ilaria ConteSenior Copywriter: Clare AndersonOther credits: […]
  • TV ad: Abarth: Love At Fast Sight - Date 2
    To make a first impression, Abarth 595 does 0-100km/h in 6.7 seconds to launch these "Love At Fast Sight" web films via Saatchi & Saatchi StockholmCategory: AutomotiveClient: AbarthAgency: Saatchi & Saatchi StockholmCreative team: Alexander RehnbyCreative team: Erik CarlssonProducer: Ville OlinDirector: Christian Kielberg
  • TV ad: Abarth: Love At Fast Sight - Date 1
    To make a first impression, Abarth 595 does 0-100km/h in 6.7 seconds to launch these "Love At Fast Sight" web films via Saatchi & Saatchi StockholmCategory: AutomotiveClient: AbarthAgency: Saatchi & Saatchi StockholmCreative team: Alexander RehnbyCreative team: Erik CarlssonProducer: Ville OlinDirector: Christian Kielberg

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  • Killer Resources for Freelancers … and an Option for Those Who Don’t Want to Go It Alone
    This week, Stefanie Flaxman and I yielded the floor to a pair of smart gentlemen who we don’t hear from quite as often as we used to. And we featured a writer you haven’t seen on Copyblogger before. Her debut post for us is a must-read for writers who like being able to pay their […]
  • Rainmaker Digital is at Your Service
    We’ve launched a lot of things over the last decade. Software, SaaS, WordPress hosting, WordPress design frameworks, themes, courses, certification, live training, conferences, and membership communities. And we’ve delivered tons of free content to teach you how to perform digital marketing, design, and copywriting in a way that works. But we’ve never offered to do […]
  • How to Make a Living as a Writer When Creative Writing Isn’t Paying the Bills
    I never thought of myself as an entrepreneur. Growing up, I filled journals with poetry, drawings, and stories. I studied playwriting and performance in graduate school. The thought of running a business or putting a price tag on my creativity was icky. Then real life happened. Newsflash: landlords don’t accept poetry for rent. For a […]
  • Why Starting a Podcast Intrigues Forward-Thinking Content Marketers
    You know that familiar “awkward moment” is speeding toward you as the holiday functions and parties suddenly multiply across your calendar like chicken pox. You’re standing there, about to take a sip of your drink, when like clockwork it comes: “So … what do you do?” “I’m a … I work on the internet. Have […]
  • Sleaze, Suckage, SEO … and Savings
    Someone must have slipped the team some hot sauce, because it seems we’re all feeling a little spicy. This week features strong points of view and plain-spoken advice. Ever feel a little shy telling people you’re a marketer? Do you worry that what you do seems sleazy to some? While marketers aren’t quite at “politician” […]
  • The Most Powerful Writing Voice for 21st-Century Content
    In the beginning was authority. From the earliest days of advertising, authority was one of the first strategies used to persuade the masses. Then, a lot of us started using this internet thing to talk to one another. There was some speculation that authority was becoming an outdated concept. But it’s funny how these things […]
  • Here’s a Quick Sneak Peek at This Year’s Massive Black Friday Discount
    The crowds. The lines. The noise. The endless circling to find parking. Black Friday is an American institution — and for good reason. Commerce is king, humans like to save money, and Black Friday marries those two together unlike any other date on the calendar. But over the last handful of years, something has come […]
  • Marketing Doesn’t Have to Be Sleazy: 5 Real-World Examples
    In my youth, a former coworker once told me, “I’d never date anyone who works in marketing.” When I inquired about his reasoning, he replied: “It’s just so sleazy. Choosing that line of work says a lot about a person.” Since I was young and impressionable, that sentiment stayed with me. So I was naturally […]
  • Authority Pro for WordPress: Demonstrate Your Expertise and Build Trust
    Authority Pro is a fresh new design by our Lead Designer Rafal Tomal and the team at StudioPress. The big idea behind this specific design is to help you put the full extent of your expertise on display. Consistently demonstrating your likable expertise over time is what allows you to build meaningful and lasting trust […]
  • Get Your Website Firing on All Cylinders (Visually and Verbally)
    We’re coming into the last two months of the year (how), and our minds tend to naturally turn to: “How in the expletive-of-choice am I going to hit my goals for this year?” One word, baby: Tactics. This week was about rolling those sleeves up and making it happen. Whether you want to finally get […]

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  • An important message from Consumer Reports
    This is our last post on We’re deeply proud of all the work we’ve done on behalf of consumers, from exposing shady practices by secretive cable companies to pushing for action against dodgy payday lenders. We’ve had a tremendous run as a standalone site. Now you’ll be able to get the same great coverage of […]
  • How Much Black Licorice Does It Take To Overdose?
    The trinity of divisive Halloween candies is made up of candy corn, marshmallow peanuts, and of course black licorice — perhaps the treat most likely to elicit either only joy or rage when it’s put into one’s candy sack. But there’s one thing that even those who stand firmly on the “love” side of this […]
  • United Plane Makes Emergency Landing Due To Smoke In The Galley
    Smoke in the cabin of a passenger airplane is a scary prospect. That’s why a plane heading from Munich, Germany to Washington Dulles International Airport made an emergency landing at Boston’s Logan Airport instead: There was smoke pouring from the plane’s galley… which may or may not have actually been caused by a fire. The […]
  • Operators Of Phony Rental Credit Check Scheme Must Pay $762K To Feds
    In January, federal regulators announced they had put a stop to an apartment rental scam in which homes (that may not exist) are listed online with the sole purpose of tricking prospective renters into paying for “credit checks” that will never be done. Now, the operators of the scheme must pay $762,000 to put an […]
  • Where Does The Cheese Belong In A Cheeseburger?
    When you think of the ideal cheeseburger, where is the cheese in the sandwich equation — is it beneath the patty, or on top of it? That is the question Google’s CEO has now promised to address, after someone questioned the company’s cheese placement in its cheeseburger emoji. Media consultant Thomas Baekdal pointed out on […]
  • Tesla Ends $1,000 Referral Credit Program
    Sure, saving $1,000 on a car that may cost you far in excess of $70,000 might seem like a minor victory, but it’s still better than nothing. But now that Tesla is becoming more of a household name and hoping to reach a more mass-market car-buying audience, it’s getting rid of even this relatively small […]
  • The Beer & Booze Company Behind Corona, Svedka & Mondavi Is Now Investing In Marijuana
    Instead of shrinking in fear from the rising green tide of legal marijuana, the parent company behind booze brands like Corona, Svedka, and Robert Mondavi is jumping right in with a big investment in the legal marijuana business. Constellation Brands Inc. is shelling out $191 million for a 9.9% stake in Canopy Growth Corp, a […]
  • Maryland To Try Sending Recall Notices With Car Registration Renewals
    Your state’s department of motor vehicles already knows what make and model of car you own, and sends you registration documents every few years that you have to open. Safety advocates have suggested including information about important vehicle recalls in vehicle registrations to make sure more people know about recalls and comply. In an experimental […]
  • Everything You Need To Know To Get Started With Obamacare Open Enrollment
    Despite repeated Congressional and Executive branch efforts, the full Affordable Care Act is still in place. That means insurance-shopping season is nearly upon us: Open Enrollment begins Nov. 1 (and ends Dec. 15). But there’s less money being spent on advertising and outreach this year, which means even the basics can be hard to get […]
  • 5 Things Experts Say You Should Know About Obamacare Open Enrollment
    If anything is true of 2017, it is this: Confusion reigns. And nowhere do we see that more than in healthcare, where failed repeal attempts, executive orders, sudden, out-of-the-blue policy changes, and general unpredictable chaos have dominated the news. But the fact remains that Americans still need access to medical care, and for those who […]

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  • M&S Paddington Bear and the Christmas Visitor
    Marks & Spencer (M&S) is running a tie-in advertising campaign featuring Paddington Bear for Christmas 2017. At the heart of the campaign is a television commercial, “Paddington and the Christmas Visitor”, in which Paddington unwittingly saves Christmas for his friends and neighbours. It’s Christmas Eve at Windsor Gardens and Paddington is fast asleep. However, his […]
  • John Lewis Moz the Monster at Christmas 2017
    John Lewis, the UK department store chain, its 2017 Christmas advertising campaign, “Moz The Monster”. Set to a cover version of The Beatles’ song ‘Golden Slumbers’, recorded by British band Elbow, the two minute advert tells a heartwarming story of a little boy called Joe, who is kept awake by a 7ft imaginary Monster called […]
  • Uber Boxes campaign to unlock cities
    Uber is highlighting the absurdity of the traffic situation in Asia’s biggest cities as part of its first ever brand purpose campaign. Using cardboard boxes to represent cars, the film humorously shows the reality of how people get around currently and ends with images of a city being overrun by boxes. The film was shot […]
  • ASDA Best Christmas Ever
    Asda has launched its 2017 festive campaign, “Best. Christmas. Ever.”. “Imaginarium”, the commercial at the heart of the Asda Best Christmas Ever campaign, gives viewers a behind-the-scenes glance into the magical world where Asda Christmas treats are created. Set to the iconic track ‘Don’t Stop’ by Fleetwood Mac, the 60” TVC follows a young girl […]
  • Tile Lost Panda found in city
    Tile, the Bluetooth-enabled tracking system, is running “Lost Panda”, an integrated advertising campaign featuring Ernie, a soft toy separated from his owner, Lucy. The stuffed panda finds his way back home with the help and kindness of strangers, a reference to the network of Tile users and the tag line, “Together we find”. The story […]
  • Diesel CEO Chair to be filled
    Choosing a CEO is serious stuff. It takes skill, responsibility and a lot of knowledge. The Diesel CEO’s chair is empty at the moment. Alessandro Bogliolo served as CEO for the Italian fashion brand from 2013 until July 2017 when he left to work with Tiffany. Until the official successor takes on the role, the […]
  • Gravity Cat out of the Box
    Gravity Cat, the commercial for Playstation 4 game Gravity Rush 2 (known in Japan as Gravity Daze 2), has won a Grand Prix award at Spikes Asia. The commercial, commissioned by Sony Interactive Entertainment, was designed as a cat video demonstrating new laws of gravity outdoing Newton’s law of gravity. Although the game is animated, […]
  • IKEA Cook This Page at home
    IKEA’S Cook This Page, an in-store promotion in Canada, has won a Grand Prix award at the Clio Awards. The IKEA Cook This Page campaign involved a set of printed recipe sheets distributed to IKEA stores to encourage use of IKEA kitchenware and food products. “The Cook This Page Parchment Paper Recipe Series,” a collection […]
  • Game of Thrones Tapestry in Northern Ireland
    Tourism Ireland has won the Grand Prix at the Kinsale Shark Awards for the second year in a row, following on from the Doors of Thrones campaign to the Game of Thrones Tapestry. After seven years of production, Game of Thrones® has truly become a part of Northern Ireland’s heritage and culture. In order to […]
  • The Study of Human Being
    The Study of Human Being, the design elements used in the 2016 Dentsu Advertising Awards, has been awarded a Gold Clio at the 2017 Clio Awards. The Dentsu Advertising Awards is the most prestigious advertising award in Japan. Five posters feature crowds of people, in various configurations and levels of proximity. The images were used […]

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  • Bid. Win. Save.
    Attending a live sports game is an exhilarating experience. With the Dropit app, that live experience may now become even more exhilarating – especially when you walk away with a big-ticket item like a new car or motorcycle at enormous savings! Dropit is an interactive app that allows time-bound live auctions. To bid, users simply […]
  • Will students flock for free laundry?
    In celebration of American Eagle’s 40th anniversary, the brand has unveiled a new concept store set to open November 10th in New York City’s Union Square. The store, located close to the NYU campus, will provide students and visitors with a unique experiential shopping environment. One that provides the ability to toss in a load […]
  • Even gym rats can be lazy.
    Under Armour is taking steps to counter competition in the fitness gear market with a new subscription box service, ArmourBox. The service, launched in October, works much like other clothing subscription services in which participants provide information on style, sports and sizes so that the products received are customized to them. Then on a 30-, […]
  • Experience hotel rooms just the way you like it.
    Smart homes are rising in popularity offering integrated voice commands and smart phone controls for things like locks, lights and temperature. So why not have this same experience of control and comfort while staying in a hotel? The Hilton hotel brand is testing just that and has created a prototype smart hotel room that connects […]
  • Now there's a model my size.
    We’ve all been there, shopping at our favorite store and see a dress we love – the fabric, the pattern, the color – it’s perfect! We grab our size and head to the dressing room only to find that it looks nothing like it did on the mannequin (who by all probability is a size […]
  • Car brand takes a flying leap
    Czech car brand Skoda needed to create buzz among a young audience about road safety features—not the most scintillating topic. They decided to focus on their Front Assist technology that stops the vehicle before it collides with anything, and took a leap past conventional advertising clutter by creating an impactful experience amongst music festival audiences […]
  • Wines with personality
    You don’t need to be a wine lover to toast this augmented reality app from the 19 Crimes Australian red label. To give the brand a truly distinctive image, they went rogue and highlighted Australia's criminal past by turning their bottle into an experience. Real British convicts on the bottles tell their stories of being sent […]
  • Cyberbullying comes to real life
    If someone walked up to a couple of guys at a café and told them they should kill themselves for being gay, would you feel like you should say something? One thing’s for sure. You’d experience the event more viscerally than if you simply saw it as a comment online. By removing the screen, Monika […]
  • And now a spot about cell coverage
    To make the point that there are no black spots in Irish telecom eir’s cell coverage, the company replaced every black spot in an issue of the Daily Mail magazine (atop every i and j, after every sentence, in every semicolon and colon) with a colored spot. At the end of the issue, an ad […]
  • Does my house make this couch look big?
    IKEA is an experience in and of itself. The enormous store, the complete rooms, the schlepping, the assembing, and the sense of achievement when it’s all over. It’s all good — except for the pesky pain point when you’re agonizing over whether that love seat is the right purchase. Now there’s an app for that. The […]

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  • Tile: Lost Panda
    tile | Lost panda | together we find The spot titled “Lost Panda,” directed by world-renowned director Mark Molloy, follows the story of a panda bear who is trying to find his way back home with the help of the Tile community. The new tagline “Together We Find” hints at the brand’s community where people […]
  • Salomon: S/LAB ME:sh
    S/LAB ME:sh - Unique to any human (Teaser) S/LAB ME:sh - Unique to any human (Teaser) Video of S/LAB ME:sh - Unique to any human (Teaser)
  • Weak Naira, 3
    weak_naira_campaign_bello_smp.jpg In the 70s, 19 Kobo was Equal to 1 Dollar, and Since the Early 80s, the Value of the Nigerian Currency has Continued to Grow Weak on the Foriegn Exchange Stage. From 17 Naira to 1 Dollar by 1993 to an Economic Recession in 2017. What Will Plump the Naira? weak_naira_campaign_bello_smp.jpg  
  • Weak Naira, 2
    weak_naira_campaign_zik_smp_copy_2.jpg In the 70s, 19 Kobo was Equal to 1 Dollar, and Since the Early 80s, the Value of the Nigerian Currency has Continued to Grow Weak on the Foriegn Exchange Stage. From 17 Naira to 1 Dollar by 1993 to an Economic Recession in 2017. What Will Plump the Naira? weak_naira_campaign_zik_smp_copy_2.jpg  
  • Weak Naira, 1
    weak_naira_campaign_awo_smp.jpg In the 70s, 19 Kobo was Equal to 1 Dollar, and Since the Early 80s, the Value of the Nigerian Currency has Continued to Grow Weak on the Foriegn Exchange Stage. From 17 Naira to 1 Dollar by 1993 to an Economic Recession in 2017. What Will Plump the Naira? weak_naira_campaign_awo_smp.jpg  
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