Great post over at AdLand today, submitted by someone named TopMadMan. Here’s a sample: “Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising.” Advertising is life made to look larger than life, through images and words that promise a wish fulfilled, a dream come true, a problem solved. Even Viagra […]
Seattle’s Hadley Green Creates brings the small town touch to Columbia Bank.
Flying to Australia? If so, you can catch up on “the most entertaining and innovative television commercials produced” last year, thanks to a partnership between New York Festivals and Qantas Airlines. Qantas has been named the world’s No. 1 airline for in-flight entertainment by the World Airline Entertainment Association, for the fourth time in five […]
Writing in Adweek, Bob Greenberg, chairman of R/GA in New York works out one of the more important topics of our advertising day. Namely, how in the world a brand can remain consistent in its messaging when it has to be everywhere at once, constantly on and open to dialogue. First, brands cannot be created […]
Alan Wolk has a great entry today over at The Toad Stool. He tells of watching “Field of Dreams” with his two young children: It was only 1989. A year that most you reading this blog had already been born. Yet there were no cell phones. No internet. In one key scene, Kevin Costner and […]
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BusinessWeek is taking notice of the growing legions of corporate Tweeters. A growing number of companies are keeping track of what’s said about their brands on Twitter. Comcast, Dell, General Motors, H&R Block, Kodak, and Whole Foods Market are among a handful of companies haunting Twitter to do everything from burnish brands to provide customer […]