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  • Huffington Post Editor Explains Uber Story Flap
    Greg Beyer, an editor at the Huffington Post, sent an email to colleagues on Friday explaining why he passed on a pitch from a reporter who flagged a New York Times story about Uber. He had cited a company partnership with Uber as a rational for rejecting the pitch.Mr. Beyer's email telling a reporter to […]
  • See Drake Work on New Album 'Views' in Apple Music Spot
    Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new and trending TV commercials tracked by iSpot.tv, a company that catalogs, tags and measures activity around TV ads in real time. The New Releases here ran on TV for the first time yesterday. The Most Engaging ads are showing sustained social heat, ranked by […]
  • See the Spots: Method Makes a Pretty Mess to Back Its Products
    Green cleaning ads are getting a decidedly new look, as Method launches a campaign via connected TV, digital, outdoor and in-store that encourages people to joyfully make messes with the confidence that natural products can clean them up.The new effort from Muhtayzik/Hoffer and digital shop Essence shows in highly stylized slow-mo sequences people making intentional […]
  • WaPo: Bernie Sanders' Campaign Has Spent Nearly $166M
    A new Washington Post story by Matea Gold and Anu Narayanswamy calculates that Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign had, by the end of March, spent nearly $166 million on his presidential bid. The story appears on the front page of this morning's Post with the headline "Sanders's donor spigot a cash cow for consultants" and online […]
  • Argonaut Names Longtime Goodby Exec Robert Riccardi CEO
    Argonaut has named longtime Goodby, Silverstein & Partners executive Robert Riccardi as its CEO, a newly created post.Mr. Riccardi had been at Goodby for 23 years in a variety of roles, most recently managing partner. When he first joined the agency, he oversaw the account of American Isuzu Motors, then the agency's biggest client. He […]
  • Amazon Profit Tops Estimates as Demand Grows for Fast Delivery, Cloud Services
    Amazon's sales and profit topped estimates on robust demand for quick-turnaround delivery, cloud services and gadgets like the Kindle and Echo, adding to evidence the e-commerce giant can make money even as it invests heavily in future hardware, software and entertainment.The results were a validation of Jeff Bezos's customer-centric philosophy and the Amazon Prime membership […]
  • Snapchat Teams Up with NBC to Cover Olympics in Unprecedented Deal
    The Olympics are coming to Snapchat. The app scored a deal with Comcast's NBC to show highlights from the 2016 Summer Games, the first time the U.S. network has agreed to share video of the sporting contest.Snapchat will set up a dedicated channel on the mobile app for the games in Rio De Janeiro. News […]
  • Pro-Hillary Clinton PAC Spending on TV, Radio (Finally) Blows Past Jeb Bush's Record
    The Ad Age Presidential Campaign Ad Scorecard is sponsored by The Trade DeskEditor's note: Here's the 11th installment of the 2016 Presidential Campaign Ad Scorecard, a comprehensive view of spending across broadcast, cable and satellite TV as well as radio. The charts below represent a collaboration between the Ad Age Datacenter -- specifically, Kevin Brown, […]
  • Checking in on Wired's Ad-Blocking Experiment, Including an Ad-Free Version
    In early February, Cond Nast's Wired took a stand against the rise of ad-blocking technology, which was being used on more than 20% of visits to the magazine's website.It gave ad-blocking Wired readers two options: whitelist Wired.com, allowing ads to be served as intended, or pay $1 per week for an ad-free version of the […]
  • Presidential Candidates' Internet Ignorance Is Showing
    What happens if you don't own the URL of your own name? Ask the 2016 GOP candidates for president.Democrats fare better in the URL buying game, but not by much.Ted Cruz forgot to buy his name. TedCruz.com leads to a photo of a smiling Hillary Clinton, with the caption "Next President of the United States […]

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  • Home Depot's CMO Trish Mueller Resigns After 5 Years in the Top Marketing Role
    Trish Mueller has stepped down as chief marketing officer at Home Depot after nearly seven years with the Atlanta-based company. Director of corporate communications Stephen Holmes confirmed to Adweek today that Mueller announced her resignation approximately two weeks ago and that she has been replaced by president of online operations Kevin Hofmann, who will hold […]
  • Target and Lancome Produce Snapchat's First Ecommerce Ads
    After slowly testing more interactive ads in recent months, Snapchat is open for ecommerce. Lancome and Target started running shoppable ads today within Cosmopolitan's Discover channel—the hub of the app where media brands publish daily stories. Like Discover's other ads, Lancome and Target's promos appear between Cosmo's articles and videos, each with a 10-second call-to-action […]
  • Toyota Sponsors Tumblr and Yahoo's Livestream of This Weekend's Stagecoach Music Festival
    It's only late April, but it's already looking like it may be the summer of livestreamed concerts. Just one week after T-Mobile sponsored YouTube's livestream of Coachella, Toyota is testing out a similar feature on Yahoo and Tumblr this weekend at the country music festival Stagecoach—Coachella's sister event that's expected to draw 75,000 attendees. It's […]
  • Why YouTube Star Hannah Hart Is Remaking a 1970s Cult Superhero Series
    Sid and Marty Krofft's 1976 cult superhero series, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, is getting an update from the most unlikely of places: YouTube stars. Legendary Digital, multichannel network Fullscreen and Marty Krofft himself worked together on a reboot of the series that continues a trend of creators from the YouTube ecosystem—in this case two […]
  • Ad of the Day: A Blind American Tours Quebec in This Clever, Inspired Tourism Ad
    It's a simple insight, in retrospect. Tourism is usually thought of as "seeing the sights." But what if visiting a particular region offers such a rich experience, for all your senses, that seeing it with your eyes is a relatively small part of the picture?  That's the simple and pretty wonderful premise behind "Blind Love," […]
  • Google Says These 5 Food Trends Are Sweeping America
    Trying to decide what to make for dinner tonight? No shame in Googling it like the rest of America. When it comes to learning new recipes, it's no surprise that everyone's turning to the search engine giant for advice. A report released Thursday by Google gives a glimpse into what everyone's cooking, buying and ordering. "With […]
  • Replacing 'Artificial Intelligence' With 'Demonic Possession' in Headlines Works Eerily Well
    Powerful, mysterious and a bit spooky, artificial intelligence is something everyone seems to discuss with a mix of fear and fascination. Browsing headlines on the topic today, I realized that AI's aura of enigmatic potential and existential dread often makes it sound like a modern-day form of demonic possession. So I decided to try using […]
  • Apple Watch Sales Eclipsed the iPhone in Its First Year, but Agencies Have Already Moved On
    One year after making a splash as the next "it" device for marketers, Apple Watch has slipped noticeably in the estimation of many marketers. Earlier this week, Apple reported it has sold twice as many Apple Watches as it sold iPhones in the year after that device was introduced in 2007. The company doesn't break out how […]
  • Dove's Latest Mission? Revamping Beauty Ideals in India
    Dove's got a new short film, Let's Break the Rules of Beauty, which champions a more inclusive approach to beauty for Indian women.  The 50-second short, from Indian film director, screenwriter and documentary filmmaker, Pan Nalin, showcases a variety of women whose look and style doesn't necessarily fit the Indian beauty ideal of "youthful looks, […]
  • Pepsi Embraces the 5-Second Spot, Making 100 of Them for TV and Digital This Summer
    Sometimes, longer is better. But Pepsi is going super short with its new emoji-themed commercials, creating a slew of 100 five-second spots that will air on TV and in search-triggered digital media this summer.  Agencies Motive and Quietman developed the creative, while Quietman produced all the spots. They show brief, charming, cartoon vignettes of Pepsi […]

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  • A popular toymaker's website is giving visitors ransomware
    Ransomware, a type of malware that holds your computer hostage until you pay a certain amount of money, seems to be getting more popular since it sprouted up in large-scale form in 2013. The website of Maisto International, a toymaker that primarily sells model vehicles and remote control vehicles, is playing host to some ransomware, Malwarebytes wrote […]
  • Texas man proves why we don't need bathroom police
    As if anti-LGBTQ laws aren't restrictive enough, some people are now taking bathroom-policing into their own hands.  This was the experience of Jessica Rush, a Texas woman who attempted to use a woman's restroom at the Baylor Medical Center in Frisco this week, only to be followed into the bathroom by a man.  Rush said […]
  • Need new luggage? Rolls-Royce will sell you this 6-piece set for $45,854
    What do you think the nickname for a Rolls-Royce roller bag might be? A "roller roller?" No, really, I am asking. You tell me. SEE ALSO: Beverly Hills plans to use autonomous vehicles for public transportation On Friday, Rolls-Royce unveiled a six-piece luggage set made for jet-set Rolls-Royce owners who want to bring the elite […]
  • John Krasinski set to star as Jack Ryan in new Amazon series
    LOS ANGELES — Move over, Chris Pine: There's a new Jack Ryan in Hollywood. John Krasinski has been tapped to play the CIA hero for a new Amazon drama series based on the Tom Clancy books. SEE ALSO: John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer had a Jim/Pam reunion in New York The series, made with Paramount TV, […]
  • Dylan O’Brien's injuries put 'Maze Runner' indefinitely on ice
    LOS ANGELES — The Maze Runner hit an obstacle it couldn't scramble over: the still-healing body of Dylan O'Brien. The poor kid reportedly broke multiple bones in March in a severe stunt-car accident — no other details were given, but yee-ouch — and now it appears that he's not healed enough to continue shooting just yet, […]
  • Most valuable toddler Riley Curry now has her very own magazine cover
    Professional celebrity offspring Riley Curry finally got her officially sanctioned moment in the spotlight. She made her cover debut on the June issue of Parents Magazine, alongside Golden State Warrior dad Steph Curry, mom Ayesha Curry and baby sister Ryan. SEE ALSO: Adorable little Warriors fan asks Riley Curry to be his Valentine Riley built […]
  • Joe Biden lost $10 betting a Cadillac was quicker than a Tesla
    It was old school versus new school. And new school won. SEE ALSO: Ford's Tesla Model 3 competitor could be called the 'Model E' Vice President Joe Biden visited the Vatican recently, and, in true Biden form, he placed a bet before meeting with one of the Cardinals. You know, as good Catholics do. Specifically, […]
  • Social media takes center stage in new 'Carmichael Show' episode
    "Joe Carmichael is killing it on Facebook."  So says Joe Carmichael, beaming.  He has 52 friends, a captive audience and he'll never run out of opinions to type into his status updates.  SEE ALSO: 9 TV shows that are trying to change the world for the better The only one not so pleased with this […]
  • Leica's new crazy expensive digital camera doesn't have an LCD screen
    A digital camera with no LCD screen? Who the heck would buy such a camera in 2016? That's the question, Leica surely asked itself when it decided to create the M-D (Typ 262), its newest rangefinder-style digital camera, which doesn't come with any kind of display on the back. SEE ALSO: Sony A6300 blows every […]
  • Microsoft wants to connect all your favorite apps with Flow
    There are so many different apps, programs and services we use on a daily basis, or even a minute-by-minute basis. Navigating through all those different things, while important, can be annoying. Email, texts, Twitter, Slack, Google Drive and Dropbox are just a few examples, and being able to condense that list down would be a […]

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  • Interactive ad: Chicken Treat: Betty
    Case study of Chicken Treat's online and social media campaign for Betty the chicken to tweet a 5 letter word.Category: FoodClient: Chicken TreatAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettDigital creative: Jon CaseAccount Director: Nicole Lennox-GrayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasEditor: Dominic PearceOther credits: Marketing Manager - Mimma Battista
  • TV ad: Rottofest: Stock Footage Real Happiness - Business
    TV campaign takes a 'black humour' approach using stock footage for comedy and music festival Rottofest.Category: Entertainment & leisureClient: Vulture CultureAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettDirector: Dominic PearceSound Studio: SoundbyteSound Design: Brad HabibSound Design: andrew wrightAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasOther credits: Marketing Managers - […]
  • TV ad: Rottofest: Stock Footage Real Happiness - Love
    TV campaign takes a 'black humour' approach using stock footage for comedy and music festival Rottofest.Category: Entertainment & leisureClient: Vulture CultureAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettDirector: Dominic PearceSound Studio: SoundbyteSound Design: Brad HabibSound Design: andrew wrightAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasOther credits: Marketing Managers - […]
  • TV ad: Rottofest: Stock Footage Real Happiness - Animals
    TV campaign takes a 'black humour' approach using stock footage for comedy and music festival Rottofest.Category: Entertainment & leisureClient: Vulture CultureAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettDirector: Dominic PearceSound Studio: SoundbyteSound Design: Brad HabibSound Design: andrew wrightAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasOther credits: Marketing Managers - […]
  • Radio ad: iiNet: NBN Buffering - Ethan Hunt
    Radio campaign highlights the frustration of buffering caused by slow internet speeds.Category: TelecommunicationsClient: iiNetAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettCopywriter: Pat LennoxSound Design: Brad HabibAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasAgency Producer: Triona CrowleyOther credits: Marketing Manager - Jane Orchard
  • Radio ad: iiNet: NBN Buffering - CatShark
    Radio campaign highlights the frustration of buffering caused by slow internet speeds.Category: TelecommunicationsClient: iiNetAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettCopywriter: Pat LennoxSound Design: Brad HabibAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasAgency Producer: Triona CrowleyOther credits: Marketing Manager - Jane Orchard
  • Radio ad: iiNet: NBN Buffering - Tyrion Lannister
    Radio campaign highlights the frustration of buffering caused by slow internet speeds.Category: TelecommunicationsClient: iiNetAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Ben GreenArt Director: Neil MartinCopywriter: Guy HowlettCopywriter: Pat LennoxSound Design: Brad HabibAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Claire BaronasAgency Producer: Triona CrowleyOther credits: Marketing Manager - Jane Orchard
  • Radio ad: iiNet: Loading
    Radio ad for iiNet highlights the frustration of waiting for things to load with slow internet speeds.Category: TelecommunicationsClient: iiNetAgency: Marketforce, PerthCreative Director: Pat LennoxCreative Director: Ben GreenCopywriter: Guy HowlettArt Director: Neil MartinProducer: Brad HabibAccount Director: nicole lennox grayAgency Producer: Triona CrowleyAgency Producer: Claire BaronasOther credits: Marketing Manager - Jane Orchard
  • Print ad: Sony Xperia: Dirty Phones - Fish Phone
    How did we launch the waterproof Sony Xperia M4 Aqua? By not talking about it all. Instead, we warned users about how filthy smartphones are by making a public service announcement. Then we introduced the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua - the phone that can be washed.Category: TelecommunicationsClient: SonyAgency: ITSA Brand Innovations Ltd.Chief Creative Officer: Emmanuel […]
  • Print ad: Sony Xperia: Dirty Phones - Abdomen Guard Phone
    How did we launch the waterproof Sony Xperia M4 Aqua? By not talking about it all. Instead, we warned users about how filthy smartphones are by making a public service announcement. Then we introduced the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua - the phone that can be washed.Category: TelecommunicationsClient: SonyAgency: ITSA Brand Innovations Ltd.Chief Creative Officer: Emmanuel […]

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  • The 5-Step Process that Solves 3 Painful Writing Problems
    I once asked the Copyblogger community to name their biggest writing challenges. From the many responses, a pattern developed: How to get started How to cut the fluff How to finish These three issues are really symptoms of the same painful problem, which boils down to not clearly understanding what you’re trying to accomplish with […]
  • Cornerstone Content Defined in 60 Seconds [Animated Video]
    Cornerstone content is vital for both seasoned bloggers and anyone launching a brand-new website because it can help you accomplish many of your content marketing goals. Goals like: Getting links to your website Finding new readers Attracting subscribers Ranking in search engines for competitive keywords Highlighting archived material But what exactly is cornerstone content? Watch […]
  • How to Write Subheads that Hook (and Re-hook) Your Readers
    Have you heard about RADD? (I doubt it, because I just invented it.) RADD refers to a purely made-up syndrome called Reader Attention Deficit Disorder, and almost every adult I know suffers from it. The symptoms of RADD are: Inability to read one page of a book or magazine without the urge to “look something […]
  • 3 Surprising Stages of Successful Landing Pages
    Landing pages support content marketing. The tricky thing is … landing pages are not home pages. They’re not blog posts, cornerstone content, white papers, case studies, product description pages, or even sales pages. And you can’t treat them like they are. High-converting landing pages consist of three action-driving stages: before, during, and after. Tragically, when […]
  • A Simple Way to Turn Your Email Subscribers into True Fans
    Do you ever find yourself with a list of email subscribers, only to not know what to say or when to say it? There is one simple way that content marketers and digital entrepreneurs can develop their relationships with their email subscribers. It’s the tried, true, and often overlooked … email newsletter. Creating an email […]
  • Rainmaker Rewind: How to Write a Book Without ‘Writing’ a Word
    Jim Kukral, host of Authorpreneur, has a fantastic guest on this week’s show to discuss how to write a book without “writing” a single word. Tucker Max, best-selling author and film producer, joins Jim to chat about what it takes to write a best-selling novel, and how sharing the ideas in your head with someone […]
  • Action Content: Turn Fans into Customers [Plus a Free Bonus for You]
    This article is part of our series on the 4 Essential Types of Content Every Marketing Strategy Needs. Make sure to get your special free bonus at the end of the article. So far, we’ve covered Attraction, Authority, and Affinity content. Now it’s time to turn your fans into customers with Action content. And this […]
  • Affinity Content: The Key to Growing Your Community
    This article is part of our series on the 4 Essential Types of Content Every Marketing Strategy Needs. Make sure to get your special free bonus at the end of the article. Due to its potential to generate large amounts of traffic, but result in low conversion rates, bare-bones Attraction content is kind of like […]
  • Authority Content: Build an Audience that Builds Your Business
    This article is part of our series on the 4 Essential Types of Content Every Marketing Strategy Needs. Make sure to get your special free bonus at the end of the article. In a famous 1963 experiment at Yale University, psychologist Stanley Milgram learned that people’s duty to authority runs pretty dang deep. Here’s how […]
  • Attraction Content: The Foundation of a Smart Content Marketing Strategy
    This article is part of our series on the 4 Essential Types of Content Every Marketing Strategy Needs. Make sure to get your special free bonus at the end of the article. Let’s start at the beginning: you need to attract people to your content. Creating Attraction content is the first step in a successful […]

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  • All Those Quarters You Lose In Your Car Go To China… And Then Get Sold Back To The U.S.
    When Americans travel, our money goes with — and not just in a metaphorical sense. Where people go, coins get left behind. Meanwhile, the pennies we drop at home get swept into trash heaps and scrap yards, falling out of sight and out of mind. But that doesn’t mean they don’t exist — and even […]
  • Collectibles Seller Films FedEx Worker Flinging Packages Around
    When a Long Island collectibles seller heard reports from customers that items were arriving damaged, he became a one-man investigative reporting team and decided to watch workers in action at the local FedEx store. He was surprised to watch an employee picking up packages and flinging them onto a truck. Yes, even packages labeled “fragile.” […]
  • AB InBev To Sell SABMiller’s Eastern European Brands For $8B
    Anheuser-Busch InBev’s pending $107 billion merger with SABMiller will now include fewer brands: the beer behemoth announced today that it will sell several of its betrothed’s eastern European assets in order to appease federal regulators and speed up approval for the mega-merger.  Reuters reports that AB InBev said that it had put up for sale […]
  • American Airlines Apologizes For Preventing Musician From Bringing Violin On Board
    American Airlines has apologized to a concert musician who wasn’t allowed to board a flight carrying her 18th-century violin, despite the airline’s policy that says small musical instruments can be treated as a traveler’s carry-on. The woman says a flight attendant and the captain of an American Eagle flight from Chicago to Albuquerque, NM told […]
  • Rovi Buys TiVo For $1.1B
    Rovi and TiVo are getting hitched. The technology maker announced Friday that it would pay $1.1 billion to bring the set-top box recorder under its wing.  Through the deal, Rovi says it plans to combine TiVo’s traditional television and on-demand content with its own guides, advertising, analytics, and cloud services. The new company aims to […]
  • Screwed Over By A For-Profit College? You Probably Signed Away Your Right To Sue
    When Corinthian Colleges Inc. collapsed, leaving thousands of students in the lurch with student loan debt and credits that they didn’t know would be usable at other schools, they were generally unable to sue the failed for-profit educator because the students had unwittingly signed away their right to a jury trial or class action. CCI […]
  • Does Cord-Cutting Always Automatically Save You Money?
    For the past several months we’ve been working our way through real customers’ pay TV bills one by one, and one piece of reader feedback keeps bubbling up again and again: Why pay for TV at all? This is the age of the cord-cutter, right? Just ditch cable already! So we got curious: how much […]
  • PayPal’s Venmo Peer-To-Peer Payment Service Under Federal Investigation
    Venmo is a PayPal-owned money-transfer service that allows users to send payments to each other over the internet. Yesterday, PayPal revealed that Venmo is currently under investigation by federal regulators. In its quarterly earnings report PayPal discloses that it received a Civil Investigative Demand from the Federal Trade Commission on March 28 as part of […]
  • Consumerist Friday Flickr Finds
    Here are ten of the best photos that readers added to the Consumerist Flickr Pool in the last week, picked for usability in a Consumerist post or for just plain neatness. Bonus photo: please welcome Consumerist’s new hire, Archibald Leash of the Philadelphia Leashes. He’s now training as the junior officer of our K-9 unit. […]
  • Amazon’s Alexa Now Available On A Device That Isn’t The Echo Speaker
    Alexa is spreading her personal assistant wings. The Amazon Echo mainstay is now available on its first device not produced by Amazon: the Triby, a connected message board of sorts for your home, office, or other destination.  Triby’s integration of Alexa comes just a month after Amazon announced it had improved developers’ ability to use […]

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  • Paramount Channel Actors
    Paramount Channel Latin America is running “Actors” (Actors), a campaign celebrating the dramatic skills associated with both everyday life and the worlds created in Hollywood studios. The campaign reminds us that we live in a world full of actors. Men who pretend to know about wine, football players who simulates fouls, or women who fake […]
  • P&G Thank you Mom Rio 2016
    Procter & Gamble is marking Mothers Day and the build up to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, with “Strong”, a new element in the “Thank you, Mom” campaign. Children are supported by their mothers through stressful events, including an approaching tornado, a car crash, a stalled elevator, aerial turbulence, and bullying. We see […]
  • Audi Captain America Civil War Chase
    Audi is running “The Chase”, a teaser and tie-in for the May 6 release of the Marvel Entertainment feature film Captain America: Civil War. A normal everyday family on a seemingly ordinary drive find themselves immersed in the Marvel cinematic universe. The foursome is thrust into a high-speed, high-risk chase with Captain America, Black Panther, […]
  • The Times and Sunday Times Cut Through
    The Times and The Sunday Times have partnered to create their first joint brand campaign, bringing to life the quality and focus of their journalism. A 30 second TV and cinema commercial features a montage of significant headline moments from around the world. Using the technique of isolating one unexpected sound from each scene, the […]
  • CIB Steampunk ATM
    CIB Bank in Hungary (Central European International Bank) has connected into the Budapest100 annual festival with the creation of two steampunk ATMs. Budapest100 is an urban civil festival organised annually to celebrate the 100 year-old buildings of Budapest. In April 16 – 17, 2016, the program focused on the 120 year old Nagykörút (Grand Boulevard). […]
  • Feed Different
    UK pet food company Tails.com has launched “Feed Different”, an affectionate pastiche tribute to the iconic “Think Different” commercial launched by Apple in 1997. Narrated by Sir Michael Gambon (Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter films), the film replaces human thinkers such as John Lennon, Albert Einstein and Pabloc Picasso with twenty canine characters. As with […]
  • IKEA Wonderful Everyday Life
    IKEA UK is running “Wonderful Everyday Life”, an integrated advertising campaign posing the question: “What if the little things are really the big things?”. The IKEA Wonderful Everyday Life campaign, online at ikea.co.uk/wonderfuleveryday, began with hundreds of secrets to a wonderful everyday submitted by IKEA staff. A cinema and television film (90 seconds and 60 […]
  • Evian Baby Bay
    French bottled water brand evian has launched a new advertising campaign in the Live Young series, bringing back the babies to make their mark on the surfing scene. “Evian Baby Bay”, the commercial at the heart of the campaign, shows a surfer (Robin Clive) being out-surfed and out-classed by six months old surfers. The surfer […]
  • Sunday Times Rich List 2016 Fortunes Told
    The Sunday Times has revealed its annual Rich List campaign, ‘Fortunes Told’, drawing on a fortune-telling theme to celebrate this year’s guide to the UK’s wealthiest individuals. The Sunday Times Rich List 2016 campaign draws inspiration from the distinctive visual style of traditional 19th Century Tarot Cards to tell the stories of how the nation’s […]
  • Domestic Violence Stop it at the start
    The Australian government has launched “Stop it at the start”, an integrated advertising campaign tackling the roots of domestic violence in childhood and adolescence. The TV, radio, print and online ads are aimed at influencers – parents and family members of children aged 10–17, as well as the teachers, coaches, community leaders and employers of […]

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  • robot makes your latte
    You know what sounds good this morning? A Latte, but who wants to talk to an over caffeinated barista before you've had any caffeine to get the blood pumping? That's right, no one. Guess who has a solution for you... McDonalds. So, if your desire to avoid talking to a human being outweighs your desire […]
  • #underwearlife
    Between parody and reality there is the grey space that this American Eagle ad for AerieMAN lives. Is it making fun of itself, or simply approaching an uncomfortable topic like body image and underwear with a sense of humor? Hopefully it is the later. Either way, it's a good ad that deserves some attention. Enjoy.
  • lil dicky condoms
    Fair warning, if you click through and watch the following video, either do it with headphones or have some really chill officemates. Trojan is a brand for the NSFW moments in life, and they know it. That is why Lil Dicky is giving The Talk in this lil piece of branded content. 
  • just like a woman
    Creating a memorable moment on the internet is a challenge these days, unless you are OK Go. Jeff Buckley is taking a stab at making a memorable experience with his interactive "Just Like a Woman" cover. You decide if you want to add more audio tracks, change the look of the panels floating by, or […]
  • human testing
    When was the last time you saw a commercial for a coffee brewer that both made you chuckle and enticed you to buy the thing the company was selling? OXO may actually be doing that now with their campaign, Tested on Humans. The ads are subtly humorous and make a clear point about the produce. […]
  • fooseball will make you forget all about those emissions tests...
    Scandals and controversy are nothing new to big, multinational companies, but we should let the PR folks handle that. What we need is a fun, engaging way to show people how to engage with their favorite soccer players. The marketing team over at Volkswagen have put together just the thing. It's a digital fooseball table […]
  • where did all the buzz go?
    Bees are important, like really REALLY freakin' important. Their pollination is responsible for 1/3rd of the food we consume. So you can imagine why General Mills Canada believes it's imperative we do something to save them. And what better spokesperson for this than Buzz, the Honey Nut Cheerios bee? Well, not exactly a spokesperson, but […]
  • pre-roll ad gets whacked
    For the latest installment of "fun with pre-roll ads" we have a trailer for the new hitman type game, The Wolfshark, that is intercepted by an ad for the same game, with a CTA to kill the ad (vs. skip). And, from there, well, people get killed. See what they did there? via
  • #AdiosAmigo
    When was the last time you saw a brand give a mascot a proper farewell? Dos Equis is actually giving the Most Interesting Man in the World a deserved send off as he moves on from being a brand icon and internet meme (though the meme will probably continue long after his role is over […]
  • stella wants your legacy
    Beer seems to be at a place where the brewers market themselves as either being steeped in tradition or breaking all the rules. It's no surprise that Stella Artois is taking a both/and approach by telling the story of how the brewery was founded. It feels a little like a Cohen brothers deal, which is […]

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  • #ExoBaby: Hyundai Use A Baby In An Exoskeleton Suit To Promote Their Latest Technology
    Sometimes commercials can be awesome in how they convey a message, this is one of those times. Mostly with newborn babies you dress them in a onesie, the all-in-one bodysuit that ensures they’re kept warm and relatively dry but means you can also get access to their diaper quickly when you need to. This baby […]
  • What if Manhattan…
    Can you imagine if you lived in New York City and woke up one morning to find that everyone had gone, you couldn’t fail to notice something like that. However this isn’t a plot line for the film ‘I Am Legend’ with you playing Will Smith’s role, instead it’s an disturbing visual observation of what […]
  • AutoTrader: Build My Ride
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  • eBay Christmas 2014: ‘The Joy of Giving’
    Dust away all the glitter and the tinsel, put aside the turkey and the trimmings because Christmas is all about giving. That’s what makes it such a great time of year. Sure, the mulled wine’s great for a glass or two and everyone loves a mince pie, but there’s no greater feeling than seeing someone’s […]
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