Archives for 2013

Valuable Lessons Learned At Wexley School For Girls

SEATTLE—There are rubber chickens hanging in the agency’s storefront-like window facing 5th Avenue in downtown Seattle. There’s a giant statue of Merlin greeting you at the door. There’s a jar full of white powder marked “cocaine” in the bathroom. The CEO’s office is decorated like a butcher shop, and the CCO’s office resembles a set […]

Cotton Cozies Up To Soap Star Turned Country Singer Hayden Panettiere

Hayden Panettiere is the latest face, form and voice to promote cotton’s role as a versatile textile fiber. No, I didn’t write the above lede, but I want you to see it, since it takes imagination to come up with this kind of PR copy. Okay, on to the spot. Does it make you want […]

Subtlety? FAQ That Ship.

So in the past two weeks, we’ve seen a couple of spots go for a disguised profanity joke. And they’re getting attention. First, the Kmart “Ship My Pants” spot: And now, the Philips Norelco “I’d FAQ Me” spots: As I learned when I wrote this Talent Zoo column about cursing, clearly there’s something about cursing, […]

Like A Zen Master, Tom Asacker Explains The Business of Belief

When we change our actions, we also change our beliefs. And what we believe compels further action. It is a virtuous cycle, and understanding its elemental framework can help you to connect with and motivate people. “People are drawn across the bridge of belief by their anticipation of a better experience and a better life. […]

Buzzfeed Spreads Content Around Like Butter On Toast

Native advertising is a stupid name for a decent development in media circles. Regardless, sponsored content is on a lot of media and marketing minds today, because online advertising is a disaster from a brand building perspective. Native is definitely on the mind and the desktop of Jonah Peretti, MIT grad and co-founder of BuzzFeed […]

Your Ads Are Lovely, But Please Make Me A Product That Sings

Agency staff are no longer content with making ads. And the lack of contentment does not stop there. Agency staff are no longer content with making brand-sponsored content or content for the social stream. To fully activate the creative mindset and employ all the great tools available today, agency staff of the world must make […]

Coke Zero Even Makes PowerPoint A Bit More Refreshing

This is a pretty fun look at the thinking behind Coke Zero’s sponsorship of March Madness. From Droga5: I’m not sure exactly when or where else it appears other than SlideShare, but that’s enough to suspect it’ll get passed around the office by basketball lovers.

Facebook.com/AdPulp Is A Satellite In Your Orbit

Do you follow AdPulp’s stream of posts on Facebook? Facebook is where we display the majority of the new work we receive from agencies around the globe. It’s also where we create image based serial content, like you see here.