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.
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 […]