WONGDOODY looked closely at the Facebook activity of Interbrand’s Best Global Brands. While most brands have a Facebook listing, only 84 have corporate-run Facebook pages. From the 84 official pages, the study analyzed 60,276 wall posts, 12,872 comments, and 119,404 “Likes” to see how companies are utilizing the social network. Most brand pages offered new […]
Engage Your Audience, Save On Production, But If You Don’t Come Away With Great Advertsing, What’s The Point?
Luxury watch marker, Raymond Weil, has quite a challenge on its wrists. Why pay thousands of dollars for a timepiece when one’s iPhone or BlackBerry can tell the time just as well? It’s a challenge that great advertising might help solve. But the brand didn’t turn to the experts for assistance, Raymond Weil took the […]
With energy drinks, and so-called performance drinks cutting into soda pop’s market share, Diet Pepsi has decided to launch a “skinny” can in order to better compete. According to Ad Age, PepsiCo is building a major marketing program around their new Skinny Can, slated to run throughout 2011. “The challenge is making sure that packaging […]
Recently, via Twitter, I learned that students in the business school at Western Michigan University were “studying” this ad blog and others. Then last night, Dan points me to this classroom blog, Advertising And Society (school unknown). The professor is curious about our activist slant, among other things: Here are a few questions we would […]
Last fall, Union Pacific launched the most comprehensive ad campaign in the company’s 148-year history to specifically target new business growth. As you’re about to witness, the campaign makes its point via over-sized insertions of the UP logo into the fields and factories of America. The work is from Bailey Lauerman, with offices in Lincoln […]