Ana Marie Cox–Washington Editor of Time.com, founding editor of Wonkette and the author of the novel Dog Days–is on the loose again.
Archives for April 2008
Zappos currently stocks more than 3 million shoes, handbags, clothing items and accessories from over 1,100 brands. [via Armano]
According to The Hollywood Reporter and Ad Age, “Gossip Girl,” despite lackluster ratings, is still the flagship program of The CW and a program worth pimping (and I use that word intentionally). “We wanted to create a provocative campaign that stands out from the competition and reminds viewers of some of the ‘OMG’ moments that […]
Congrats to Bryan Judkins, ACD/Copywriter of Young & Laramore. [via 10ad]
I snapped this pic this morning at my local Starbucks. I need to go back and study it, because now I realize that the smudged chalkboard look and feel is a neat way to say “LOCAL,” even though a chain with thousands of stores can hardly claim to be a local institution. At any rate, […]
Community? Check. Dialogue? Check. Expert advice? Check. Personalization and customization? Check. In a move that combines the power of two well known consumer brands, and benefits from the latest interactive thinking, dove.msn.com, debuts today. The new digital channel is the re-launch of Dove.com, providing what Unilever describes as “a unified worldwide digital presence designed to […]
Louis Hau, Media Reporter for Forbes, explores an undervalued resource in the newspaper business–the proper monetization of which could be a big help to a struggling industry. Here’s one of the most perplexing aspects of the newspaper business: Readers love the sports section, but advertisers couldn’t care less. As the industry struggles to staunch the […]