Steve McKee, president of McKee Wallwork Cleveland in the ABQ, contributes to BusinessWeek, which must increase his footprint substantially. Especially, when he offers solid advice like “Ten Common Marketing Mistakes” that the magazine’s readers can internalize, bookmark or print out and discuss. One mistake McKee identifies is Letting market research trump everything: Too many marketers […]
Well, some people are still reading newspapers…because this GM ad got noticed when it landed in college papers such as the UCLA Daily Bruin: The Bike Portland blog provides the breakdown: The newspaper ad features a guy on a bike ashamed that his “reality” involves riding a bike while a cute girl drives by in […]
Mass personalization is getting bigger by the day, as brands use technology and social amplification to create one-to-one experiences around their products. According to Adfreak and Brand Channel, Coca-Cola Australia is betting on a viral hit for its new ‘Share a Coke’ campaign, where 150 of the nation’s most popular names will appear printed on […]
Writing on Forbes Marketshare, Steve Olenski looks at the merits of billboards, and finds an Arbitron 2009 survey that suggests they do have an impact on purchasing behavior. Well, to the question of whether we pay attention to billboards, the study showed that 71% of us “often look at the messages on roadside billboards (traditional […]
Ouch. This new ad for the Texas Governor’s Presidential Campaign takes a straight punch at Mitt Romney. I’ve always believed that, at some level, negative ads work in politics. Because they stick, and they get relentlessly played on cable news. I wonder if this one will stick. It’s only gonna get nastier from here.