Due to a rather deep hacking incident this past Thursday, we were forced to suspend new content over the weekend and hasten our migration from Movable Type to WordPress. I’ve fended off several hacking attempts in the past on AdPulp.com, but this one was particularly deep. I have a near-OCD when it comes to data […]
Editor’s Note: Here’s more information from the Razorfish report mentioned last night on AdPulp (Looks like Brian Morrissey got the report before we did). The 2009 Razorfish FEED Report is out. FEED is a snapshot of the state of connected consumers and how digital branding influences their purchasing habits. Among the points in the 2009 […]
1800 Tequila unleashed new TV creative today from New York’s Agent16 that features The Soprano’s Michael Imperioli. Kick Back: Shot Top The brand has scheduled air time on ESPN, Comedy Central, and others along with an online component scheduled for Sports Illustrated and Yahoo! Sports. “Kick Back” grabbed by my attention as the stronger of […]
These have been out for over a year, but always good for a laugh. Enjoy.
We are in the process of launching the redesigned AdPulp.com. The home page should be working as you’ve come to expect, if not quicker to load. The archives and permalink pages are in the queue and should be arriving shortly. If you find any oddities, please let me know using either the Tips link on […]
New Belgium Brewing—a company directly responsible for the continued success of the craft brew market—gives an insightful view inside their creative process for new product launches. Their most recent offering is Giddy Up, a lemon peel brew infused with espresso. A quirky beer with an even quirkier label showcasing a rooster standing atop a horse. […]
Not content to rest on their laurels, Red Bull appears ready to jump into the cola wars, a reader passed along a photo of a tri-fold brochure on the product: On the reverse, a list of ingredients: Coca Leaf Kola Nut Lemon/Lime Clove Cinnamon Cardamon Pine Corn Mint Galangal Vanilla Ginger Mace Cacao Licorice Orange […]
A couple of interactive designers/viral marketing guys in Ireland started The Big Word Project a dictionary with the simple concept of buying words for $1 per letter and letting your site define that word. For example, the word Pulp is now defined by AdPulp.com for the low price of $4. Nice viral aspect to it […]