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  • Uber Now Most Used Taxi App in 108 Countries
    As the battle for the world's ride-hailing customers heats up, here's one statistic to consider: Uber is now the most used taxi app in 108 countries.That's according to analytics provider SimilarWeb, which tracked the reach and usage of ride-hailing apps in 171 countries on Android devices. Uber is the most dominant player in broad swaths […]
  • Google Ramps Up VR Push Ahead of Hybrid Store, Software Service Daydream's Debut
    Google is investing hundreds of thousands of dollars apiece in virtual-reality films and programs, part of a plan to line up exclusive content for the debut of its new Daydream service in the coming weeks, according to people familiar with the matter.Google will help promote projects from Hulu and fund the production of 360-degree videos […]
  • Facebook Tests Video Ads With Sound Automatically Turned Up
    Facebook has been testing autoplay video ads that load with the sound turned on, instead of off as usual, Facebook said Tuesday, confirming a report by Mashable of a test in Australia."We're running a small test in News Feed where people can choose whether they want to watch videos with sound on from the start," […]
  • Marketer's Playbook Video: Retail Like You've Never Seen It Before
    Following "The Truth Behind the Unstore" and "Brick-and-Mortar Armageddon," this installment of our Marketer's Playbook series on the future of the customer experience explores how changing consumer behaviors are forcing some retailers to embrace the theater of retail. Continue reading at
  • Chobani Drops OMD as Media Agency, Selects Horizon
    Chobani has named Horizon as its media agency of record, effective immediately, after working with OMD since 2011.The Greek yogurt maker has also named Danielle Cherry as senior director-media investment and connections planning, a new position at the company.Horizon will provide strategic planning and investment across all channels for Chobani's full portfolio. Continue reading at […]
  • Why the London International Awards' 'New' Category Isn't for Novelties
    In 2009, I helped the London International Awards define a new category to reflect how advertising was evolving outside of traditional media. It grew from a desire to move things forward, because nothing inspires different kinds of work like new award categories.We created the "New" category to look for generative mutations -- ideas that could […]
  • McDonald's Recalls Happy Meal Activity Bands
    McDonald's is recalling millions of activity wristbands that were given out in Happy Meals after getting reports from customers of skin irritations and burns from wearing the colorful bands.The Step-It Activity Bands were given out in Happy Meals and Mighty Kids Meals, or Happy Meals for kids with heartier appetites, earlier this month. The world's […]
  • Facebook Is Letting Brands Build Slideshow Ads Right From Their Mobile Phones
    On Facebook, slideshow ads are getting easier to build for mobile marketers.On Tuesday, the social network launched tools for creating these moving-image ads, including the ability for marketers to create them right from their mobile Facebook pages. Slideshows are basically video ads, but use still images to string together a story.Facebook launched slideshow ads last […]
  • Tampons Never Really Caught On In China. Will That Ever Change?
    Tampons aren't really a thing in China. So a tampon brand tried to build awareness on social media during the Olympics by explaining what they are and that women athletes use them. "Tampons are put inside and won't leak. You can move around freely!" the Greener Life brand explained.That post on Weibo was illustrated with […]
  • Plastic Mobile Tries to Lure U.S. Tech Companies to Canada
    Plastic Mobile, a Havas company, is tapping into angst over the U.S. presidential election to urge U.S. tech startups to consider Canada as a potential home.The agency is sending out "Eh to Zed" [the French pronunciation of "A to Z"] direct mail kits on Tuesday to 25 tech companies in the U.S., featuring items that […]

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  • Chobani Says 'Creativity and Modern Thinking' Gave Horizon an Edge in Media Review
    Chobani has chosen independent shop Horizon as its media agency of record after a competitive review. This news ends a nearly five-year relationship between the yogurt giant and Omnicom's OMD. "After a thorough and comprehensive search with many great agencies, we've decided Horizon is the best fit for us," said a Chobani spokesperson. "Their creativity […]
  • Bacardi Is Turning Private Web Surfing Into an Online Scavenger Hunt
    Bacardi Most people know Google Chrome's incognito mode for removing any trace of their web history—or for avoiding retargeted digital ads that track their whereabouts. But Bacardi found a clever little hack around private web browsing that it's turning into a campaign targeting millennials. The brand and BBDO New York partnered with electronic music artist […]
  • Which Curb Your Enthusiasm Co-stars Will Join Larry David for the Show’s Return?
    Almost five years after wrapping Season 8 of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David is finally preparing to begin production of another season of his HBO comedy. But while Season 9 is scheduled to film this fall, some of Curb's most famous co-stars are still waiting to hear if, and when, they'll return to the show. […]
  • How Samsung Is Helping One Artist Draw His Way Across the Country
    Samsung is bringing art to life by sponsoring one artist's quest to draw his way across the U.S.—and showing off the features of its Galaxy Note7 smartphone along the way. Artist and illustrator Timothy Goodman—co-author of the 40 Days of Dating blog with Adweek Creative 100 honoree Jessica Walsh—is traveling across the country as part of […]
  • Facebook Is Sprucing Up Its Slideshow Ads With Text and Music
    Facebook is updating its Slideshow ads to help marketers make multimedia ads straight from their mobile phones. This morning, the social network unveiled updates to its Slideshow product, which launched nearly a year ago, to now create the ads from the Facebook mobile app. The unit already lets advertisers create multimedia images from still shots. […]
  • Ad of the Day: A Reality Show's Stars Learn a Devastating Lesson About Distracted Driving
    The teenage stars of YouTube reality series @SummerBreak take an emotional ride in this road-safety PSA with a reveal so powerful, it reduces some of them to tears. Part of AT&T's acclaimed "It Can Wait" campaign against distracted driving, the nearly four-minute video, created by Fullscreen's Strategic Content Group, starts innocently enough. The @SummerBreak cast […]
  • Nike's 'Unlimited' Series About Everyday Athletes Was the Most Remembered Olympic Ad
    To determine the most effective TV spots of the Olympics, Google tracked the top 12 brands with ads that aired during NBC's broadcasts by length and frequency, including Coca-Cola, Nike and BMW. Collectively, the ads generated 3.5 billion impressions. The company's data includes online surveys as well as traffic stats about Google searches. Per Google's […]
  • Can These 5 Messaging Apps Catch Up to Snapchat?
    Messaging apps more and more are trying to swipe Snapchat's mojo, rolling out an assortment of updates that reflect the wildly popular app's panoply of polychromatic filters and face-altering effects, among other features. Facebook, which leads the copycatters, last week added a camera-zooming function to its mobile app that's been available on Snapchat for some […]
  • How This Former Teen Vogue Editor Is Shaking Things Up at Architectural Digest
    Specs Who Amy Astley Current gig Editor in chief, Architectural Digest Previous gig Editor in chief, Teen Vogue Age 49 Twitter @AmyTAstley Adweek: The September issue of Architectural Digest—your first full issue—recently hit newsstands. Tell me about the process of putting that issue together and what changes you introduced. Amy Astley: I did it very, […]
  • Is a Stone's Throw From Manhattan and Packs Big Personality
    No one was surprised when Walmart snatched up burgeoning online retailer for a cool $3.3 billion in early August. The two-year-old ecommerce site headquartered in Hoboken, N.J., had been making waves as a viable competitor to behemoth Amazon since its inception with investors like Goldman Sachs, Alibaba, Google Ventures and Bain Capital lining up […]

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  • Scientists have figured out how to make wires 60,000x smaller than a human hair
    Microbiologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have found a way to make electrical wires that are thousands of times thinner than a human hair.  The secret? The "microbial nanowires," or little hair-like protein filaments, or pili, produced by genetically modified soil bacteria, Geobacter sulfurreducens. Researchers manipulated the bacteria to spin out very fine but […]
  • Taco Bell employee allegedly refused service to police officers
    An investigation is underway after an employee at a Louisville, Kentucky-area Taco Bell restaurant allegedly refused service to several police officers.  SEE ALSO: Cowboy wrongly feels no shame about riding a horse into Taco Bell According to the president of the Louisville Metro Police's union, the River City Fraternal Order of Police, five officers were […]
  • Google is cracking down on mobile pop-up ads
    Websites with mobile pop-up ads, watch out. Google is cracking down on the "intrusive" advertising by knocking down those pages in its search results, the company said Tuesday.  Any website that shows a pop-up ad that covers the site's main content — whether right when the user gets to that page or while the user […]
  • American Airlines retires 20 MD-80 jets on Tuesday as it modernizes fleet
    American Airlines conducted a rare mass-retirement of MD-80 series aircraft in its fleet on Tuesday, sending 20 of them to their resting place in the New Mexican desert.  The planes landed one after the other Tuesday in Roswell, New Mexico, one of several airports in the Southwest that serve as huge outdoor mass graves, of […]
  • As Tropical Storm Gaston intensifies, so do Twitter's 'Beauty and the Beast' jokes
    It's truly a tale as old as time. As another tropical storm flares up, the inevitable flurry of tweets mocking its name makes its way into our lives. This week, Twitter users are deriving their latest weather-related meme inspiration from Tropical Storm Gaston. The seventh tropical storm of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season, which formed […]
  • When vandals destroyed a couple's pride flag, the neighborhood put up 40 more
    It's uncommon for people to talk to their neighbors nowadays, but Cari and Lauri Ryding feel so lucky to know theirs.   When the married couple recently came back from vacation to their home in Natick, Massachusetts, they discovered that their home had been vandalized. Their front porch had been egged and their rainbow pride […]
  • The teams are set for ELeague's 'Overwatch' Open tournament
    Thirty-two teams from North America and Europe qualified for the first-ever Overwatch Open, a $300,000 international tournament put on by ELeague and FaceIt. The online playoffs start Aug. 24 as 16 teams from each region compete for a spot in the LAN finals at the ELeague Arena in Atlanta, which will also be broadcast live […]
  • Why this date in World Wide Web History might not matter
    Let’s get real about #InternautDay. Today is being celebrated as the 25th anniversary of public access to the World Wide Web, (aka Happy #InternautDay), but in the history of the internet and Web access, this is a fairly inauspicious date.  In fact, my recollection of Aug. 23, 1991, is that there really was no such […]
  • 8 features Siri should have that would help our dating lives
    Tech is such a huge part of dating in 2016 – we meet mates on dating apps, we have endless forms of social media for researching and stalking our crushes, and bae is available 24/7 via text. So why hasn't Siri got on board yet? SEE ALSO: 15 times Siri was kind of a jerk […]
  • Massachusetts is taxing Uber and giving the money to taxis
    Ride an Uber, give five cents to the struggling taxi industry.  Massachusetts will tax Uber with a new law that uses some of the fees to support the traditional taxi industry.  The state is introducing a $0.20 per-trip fee for ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft. Ten cents from that fee will go toward local […]

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  • Interactive ad: Nike: The Unlimited Stadium
    BBH Asia Pacific is the creative agency behind the launch of Nike’s Unlimited Stadium, a giant reimagined running track taking over a whole city block in the centre of BGC, Manila’s business district and running hub. The Unlimited Stadium is shaped as a 100-metre sole print of the Nike Lunar Epic – a newly launched […]
  • Outdoor ad: NZ Police: Do you care enough to be a cop?
    Would you walk past or stop to help someone in need? A social campaign has captured the hearts and minds of millions of viewers around the world in a new recruitment drive campaign for the New Zealand Police, created by Ogilvy & Mather New Zealand. A series of five videos featuring real-life scenarios have been […]
  • Print ad: Alcoholics Anonymous: Resumé - White Face
    Ashamed of talking about their own illness. Afraid of exposing themselves. Thinking they won't be understood. These are the main reasons that keep alcoholics from seeking treatment. But when they know the person who will listen to them is someone just like them, who has been through the same things as them, who's had the […]
  • TV ad: IKEA + Hay: A Design Collaboration
    Nikextension, Denmark shows you the first look into the collaboration between IKEA and danish furniture design company HAY. The film abstractly explores the raw materials that will be used in the collection.Category: Retail servicesClient: IkeaAgency: NikextensionCreative Director: Nikolaj FremmingArt Director: Morten KuhlArt Director: Mike WittrupOther credits: Design & Animation: Morten Kuhl of Kuhl & Solvstrom […]
  • TV ad: Asian Paints: Asian Paints 25 sec
    Ogilvy Mumbai has launched its latest campaign for Asian Paints. The campaign aims to build awareness for Asian Paints Colour Expert service and persuade consumers in the painting cycle to try the service by positioning it as a partner who not only tells them of the latest wall/colour trends but also enables them to implement […]
  • TV ad: Asian Paints: Asian Paints 55 sec
    Ogilvy Mumbai has launched its latest campaign for Asian Paints. The campaign aims to build awareness for Asian Paints Colour Expert service and persuade consumers in the painting cycle to try the service by positioning it as a partner who not only tells them of the latest wall/colour trends but also enables them to implement […]
  • TV ad: Heineken: Shape your city
    Publics Italy helps Heineken shape the cityCategory: Drinks, alcoholicClient: HeinekenAgency: Publicis ItalyExecutive Creative Director: Cristiana BoccassiniExecutive Creative Director: Luca CinquepalmiExecutive Creative Director: marco venturelliExecutive Creative Director: Bruno BertelliArt Director: Simone Di LausAssociate CD / Copywriter: Emanuele VioraDirector: TRAKTORAccount Director: David PagnoniAgency Producer: Mariella MaioranoAccount manager: Jana UhlarikovaOther credits: Production Company: Traktor Director: Traktor Producer: TRAKTOR/Jay […]
  • TV ad: Leo Vegas: Carcass
    Leo Vegas, the online casino, are launching a brand new campaign next week created by agency Now. The ad highlights how Leo is the undisputed king of mobile casino and is able find ways to play in the most ordinary, everyday situations.The spot, called 'Carcass', is the first in a two-part series of films shot […]
  • Outdoor ad: Coopers Sparkling Ale: Consistency is a family quality.
    KWP! gives a new look to an unchanged Ale. Before you were born the Cooper family was brewing the same Sparkling Ale they are today. So with the help of their long-standing agency KWP! Advertising, their recent Unchanged integrated campaign highlights the family’s enduring dedication to consistency and makes a promise; they haven’t changed and […]
  • Outdoor ad: Coopers Sparkling Ale: Hasn't. Couldn't. Wouldn't.
    KWP! gives a new look to an unchanged Ale. Before you were born the Cooper family was brewing the same Sparkling Ale they are today. So with the help of their long-standing agency KWP! Advertising, their recent Unchanged integrated campaign highlights the family’s enduring dedication to consistency and makes a promise; they haven’t changed and […]

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  • How Bestselling Author Jay McInerney Writes: Part One
    The bestselling author of 11 books, including the eighties-defining Bright Lights, Big City, Jay McInerney, took a break to chat with me about his new book, the writing process, and some timeless tips from his mentor, Raymond Carver. Vanity Fair called Mr. McInerney “Our modern-day Fitzgerald,” and his most recent book — Bright, Precious Days […]
  • [Blowout Sale] Get 30% Off ALL Premium WordPress Themes
    Plus a special offer for the Pro Plus All-Theme Package … Black Monday … in August? Pretty much. You may recall that every year around late October or November we offer a big discount or valuable bundle. Well, we recently ironed out our promotional schedule for the rest of 2016 … and this year’s Black […]
  • How to Give and Get Exceptional Testimonials, Part One
    In an age where we’re faced with too many choices, testimonials help us trust enough to make a decision to buy. Are you using this powerful tool in your business? Testimonials work because you’re not tooting your own horn — others are doing it for you. In this episode, Pamela Wilson sits in for Sonia […]
  • 4 Practical Ways to Benefit from Impostor Syndrome
    So, you’ve landed a new, big-time content marketing client. Exciting times! It’s the type of client you’ve wanted for ages, and finally, you’re getting your chance. You’ve scheduled your first meeting with her. And that’s when the voices in your head start up: Who are you kidding? You’re not good enough for this client. Jane […]
  • Rainmaker Rewind: The Power of Being an Unmistakably Creative Entrepreneur, with Srinivas Rao
    This week on Rewind, Chris Ducker welcomes creative entrepreneur Srinivas Rao to Youpreneur to chat about the importance of thinking outside of the box and differentiating yourself in your industry. They also share their tips on setting yourself apart and explore the value of audience participation and feedback when it comes to developing or shifting […]
  • The Must-Have Social Media Tool Every Content Marketer Needs
    What if we told you about an ultra powerful, infinitely flexible social media tool that allows you to publish business-building content — text, audio, or video — without holding you to any arbitrary rules? It’s a tool that fixes everything that’s broken about the existing social media sites, new and old. It gives you an […]
  • Just Released: A New (Free) Way to Join the StudioPress Community
    Want to know the best part of my job? I have the privilege of gathering a community around our StudioPress products. I have the honor of helping people build businesses based on the products we create. I didn’t set out for the place where I’ve landed. And yet today, I wouldn’t change a thing. To […]
  • 3 Grim Realities about Online Authority that Will Make You Smile
    You’ve heard the whispers, haven’t you? “The internet has too much content already. You can’t get anyone’s attention with content marketing anymore.” I beg to differ. Sure, the internet is a vast sea of content. And the water level rises every day. But so does the discernment level of the average content consumer (read: all […]
  • How to Write So Vividly that Readers Fall in Love with Your Ideas
    With a deep sigh, Helen Fields switches on her PC. Another Monday. Another article to write about leadership. Hasn’t everything been written already? Helen checks her Twitter stream and answers a few emails. She doesn’t feel like writing. Not yet. She googles the word “leadership.” 756 million articles. Ouch. But still … Helen knows she […]
  • Rainmaker Rewind: The Story of StudioPress Founder Brian Gardner
    We’ve got a special treat for you on Rainmaker Rewind this week: the premiere of StudioPress FM, hosted by StudioPress founder Brian Gardner and Vice President of StudioPress Lauren Mancke. Each week, they’ll help creative entrepreneurs build and grow powerful digital businesses. In this episode, they dive into the story behind StudioPress and the world […]

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  • Walmart, Home Depot Relying More On Physical Stores To Complete Online Orders
    Walmart’s recent $3 billion acquisition of e-commerce company may have been the retailer’s way of spurring its online business, but the largest retailer in the world has already been mingling its physical stores with its online presence. Much like fellow big box store, Home Depot, Walmart has increasingly used its vast network of stores […]
  • Kibbles ’N Bits Sales Are Suffering Because Of Picky Pet Owners
    When it comes to food, humans aren’t the only ones trending toward a slightly more premium product: J.M. Smucker Co. said today that its pet food sales in the U.S. fell more than 6% because picky pet owners just aren’t choosing Kibbles ’n Bits as much. The company acknowledged that folks might be looking for […]
  • Do Not Try To Parkour Across A Bruegger’s Rooftop To Impress Your Date
    Emergency responders had to work for hours overnight to free a Pittsburgh-area man trapped between two buildings. He was not there due to some accident of architecture or building collapse, though; he was there because he’d tried to execute a rooftop maneuver he shouldn’t have been doing, and failed. Badly. As local CBS station KDKA […]
  • Florida Looking Into New Non-Travel Related Case Of Zika On Gulf Coast
    Until now, the non-travel related cases of Zika that have popped up in Florida have been limited to a certain area in downtown Miami, as well as Miami Beach. That could be changing, after Gov. Rick Scott’s office said officials may have identified a new case of the virus that could possibly be linked to […]
  • Has Pokémon Go Run Its Course?
    And just like that, the uber-popular Pokémon Go game has begun to fizzle out. Or at least, that’s the takeaway from a new report that found usage of the app has dropped by tens of millions of users.  Bloomberg, citing an analysis from Axiom Capital Management, reports that daily users and engagement has dropped from […]
  • Lawsuit: Zara Misleads Customers By Listing Prices In Euros, Making Its Own Exchange Rate
    While it’s not entirely unheard of to see prices listed in euros stateside, a new federal class action lawsuit claims that retailer Zara’s practice of doing so — and allegedly making up its own exchange rate — has tricked shoppers into paying more than they should. The lead plaintiff says he purchased a few shirts […]
  • Diabetes Patients Are Losing Limbs And Sight Because They Can’t Afford Insulin
    Earlier this week, we shared the concerns of patients who are struggling with the rising cost of EpiPens, injection devices that can save lives in the case of a severe allergic reaction to foods or other substances. The important thing about EpiPens, though, is that patients hope to never actually need to use them. Another […]
  • City’s Health Board Says Man Can Keep Decorative Portable Toilets On His Property
    Your neighbors might not like it, but that doesn’t mean you can’t plunk a few brightly-colored, non-working portable toilets on your property, at least in one Massachusetts town. Williamsburg, MA’s health board decided in favor of a man who has two decorative toilets stationed next to his driveway, reports the Daily Hampshire Gazette, despite the […]
  • Best Buy Increasing Online Sales, Still Not Dead
    A few years ago, it seemed like Best Buy was nothing more than a poorly decorated Amazon and Newegg showroom, and the business of big-box electronics stores was doomed. Sometimes, though, the popular wisdom isn’t true, and an electronics store that appears to be doomed can make a comeback. Best Buy’s sales are only up […]
  • Mitsubishi Recalls 80K Vehicles Over Acceleration Issues
    Last week, Mitsubishi recalled some 45,000 Outlander Sport crossover SUVs after determining that an issue during assembly may lead to a leak in the vehicles’ transmission. Now, the carmaker is back, recalling about 82,000 Outlander and Lancer vehicles, because stepping on the gas pedal should make the car, you know, move.  Mitsubishi says it will […]

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  • Pokemon Go Home Posters Appear
    A team of creatives has launched a guerrilla poster campaign in the UK using the #PokemonGoHome theme to raise support for EU citizens in the wake of the UK’s Brexit vote. The Pokemon Go Home posters across London present a disturbing scenario in which Pokemon characters from the Pokemon Go game are soon to be […]
  • Canal Plus Commentator Goal Never Ends
    French TV channel Canal Plus is promoting its sports offering over 15 channels with “Commentator”, a commercial featuring an over-excited broadcaster. His play-by-play commentary on a soccer match reaches a climax with his scream, “Gooooooaaaallll!”. The scream continues long after the game finishes, at home with his family, in the public toilets, in the swimming […]
  • Nosulus Rift VR Smells at South Park
    Ubisoft has worked with Buzzman and Productman to launch Nosulus Rift, a smell-based virtual reality mask designed to promote South Park: The Fractured But Whole game. The game’s hero has a very particular and smelly superpower, his fart smell, that allows him to travel in time and fight his enemies. The player uses the mask […]
  • World’s Biggest Asshole for Donate Life
    Donate Life America, an organ donation advocacy charity in the USA, is encouraging millennial men to become organ donors through “The World’s Biggest Asshole”, a humorous commercial starring obnoxious character Coleman F Sweeney. This low-life guy makes a point of looking out for himself and abusing others, acting in ways that ruin the lives around […]
  • Katy Perry Rise Olympics Anthem
    Katy Perry’s music video for “Rise”, her new single, is serving as the official anthem for NBC coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics. Filmed in Utah, the Katy Perry Rise music video shows the performer struggling with a pink parachute, at first in an abandoned warehouse, then in the open spaces of Snow Canyon State […]
  • Pokemon Go Missing People Near Here
    Missing People, a charity in the UK, is using the current Pokémon GO craze to raise awareness for the real high-risk missing people who desperately need to be found and made safe. Vinyl posters of missing people borrow the look and feel of Pokemon balls to target gamers in the area the at risk individual […]
  • Ray-Ban Oh Jerome No
    “Oh Jerome, no!” The eponymous phrase refers to Jerome (Mamoudou Athie, The Get Down), the protagonist in the latest short film from Ray-Ban and Yours Truly. Oh Jerome No, the third short for Ray-Ban as part of their #ITTAKESCOURAGE campaign, explores the story of Jerome, a bachelor with all the luck in his court: mystery, […]
  • Dove Girls Searching
    Dove is running a new self-esteem advertising campaign focused on the online searches of teenage girls. Developed for the Australian market, the campaign includes two television commercials highlighting online search questions, ranging from how to kiss a boy to can teens can get cosmetic surgery. It then asks parents a simple but significant question, ‘what […]
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods Gold in US
    Dick’s Sporting Goods, sponsor of TEAM USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics, is airing “Gold in US”, a commercial showing athletes everywhere that we all have gold inside of us. Scenes of athletes in training are shown alongside powerful nature scenes. A voiceover makes the point that gold, the most coveted element of the games, […]
  • Myer Give Registry with Salvation Army
    Myer and Salvation Army Australia have launched the Give Registry, a collection of essential items for survivors of family violence. Awareness of family violence being a pervasive national problem is growing, but practical solutions to help victims of abuse remain limited. A rarely discussed reality of family violence is that most women who suffer at […]

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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 […]
  • Daisy Lowe Stars In ‘An American Eagle In London’
    Attention all Brits – ‘The Eagle Has Landed!’ – American Eagle Outfitters are set to invade and launch in the UK and ‘It Girl’ Daisy Lowe has been selected to spearhead the attack on British fashion. American Eagle, famous for its on-trend and affordable product will initially open three stores in and around London based […]
  • Donna Wilson Knitwear A/W 14: ‘Jumpers and Ice Cream’
    For the launch of her first women’s knitwear collection Donna Wilson commissioned Oliver’s Island to produce a film. Together they came up with the idea of spinning the model , Megan Turner Jones, on a wheel. ‘Jumpers and Ice Cream’ is a family of five exquisitely soft woolly jumpers inspired by rainy Sundays, mittened bike […]
  • For a Cash Reward Could You Remember Your Landline Number?
    Landline telephones, surely they’ll be obsolete pretty soon because no one but telemarketers—and possibly your gran—uses them any more. Relish broadband decided to find out just how irrelevant they are and took to the streets of London waving a £50 note around, offering it up to anyone who could dive into their mind and come […]
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