Professional golfer, Rory McIlroy recently joined Nike with a blockbuster $200 Million contract (bolting from Titliest and Oakley). The first TV spot is out featuring a head-to-head duel with Tiger Woods.
Archives for January 2013
Velocity Partners in Surrey, England is a B2B Content Marketing specialist. As such, the agency is rightly concerned about what the number of companies eagerly hopping on content bandwagon means. The agency concludes it means we’ll soon be swimming in a deluge of crap. To make sure you do not contribute to the content problem, […]
I like it when advertising pros get intentional with their language and say it like it is. Witness the words of Douglas Van Praet, Group Planning Director for the Volkswagen account at Deutsch L.A. and author of Unconscious Branding: How Neuroscience Can Empower (and Inspire) Marketing: Whenever I hear the word “consumer,” a term unavoidable […]
Target and Wieden+Kennedy went their separate ways last year. Now, some of the retailer’s post-Wieden work is beginning to appear on screens. The new food-forward ads made to support Target’s PFresh program are from mono in Minneapolis. Target has 1,100 stores under the PFresh model and 250 SuperTargets that offer a full range of groceries, […]
How smart is Amazon.com? If their latest move to improve its music store is any indication, they’re smarter than all their competition. According to Time, Amazon’s new “Auto-Rip” gives customers a free online version of any album they buy — or have bought on Amazon in the last 15 years. I just logged in to […]
A while back, I wrote about the automated Fantasy Football recap articles I’d been getting this year. It got me thinking. With so much space to be filled (see David’s post from earlier this morning), is it worth it for brands to get humans to do this work? If the data can be analyzed and […]
With a handful of specialists on speed dial, where do brand managers turn today to fill the gaping content holes in its various social streams? According to Adweek, when it comes to “native advertising,” (a term I loathe), chances are the publisher or someone at the client is producing the content for the ad, not […]