[via ODG Kyle Webster]
Forbes is reporting that unless a miracle happens, September’s issue of Business 2.0 will be the last for the publication. Among the reasons for the pending demise…the dollars typically spent on print advertising have given way to pay-per-click via Google AdWords and Yahoo’s Publisher network where advertisers have found a more efficient method of reaching […]
Nike’s new golf ball, Juice, was kicked-off with slow motion video of the ball being launched at 200mph at everyday objects. Jar of Mayonnaise Cantaloupe Bunny Birthday Cake Jello Mold Ice Sculpture Gumball Machine Lava Lamp
AdPulp readers, I need some help finding a Nintendo Wii for a client. Just the basic $250 Wii Console. No fancy extras, no fancy bundles, no premium gray-market pricing. For your troubles, a rare, limited edition AdPulp.com t-shirt, and a promotional plug for you or your agency. drop me line on the tips line (firstname.lastname@example.org) […]
Visa recently launched FanWithAPlan.com, a community-based sports-themed site initially target to the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Whistler, BC. I’m a bit curious about the future-focus of the site by looking towards 2010. Could it have more impact coinciding with say the college football bowl season or the Superbowl? But none-the-less jumping into anything […]
Google has finally integrated their radio advertising platform, driven from their acquisition of dMarc Broadcasting, into their AdWords program. A beta program is currently underway and ads are being run in several markets. AdWords audio brings the same bid-based advertising to radio networks and offers targeting by demographic, location and station type. The AdWords systems […]
Brands want to advertise on blogs. Startups are scrambling to deliver working business models that make this easy to do so. Some will succeed. Some will fail. Such is life on the internets. ReviewMe.com is one of the new players, having launched just last week. ReviewMe.com is a service that connects advertisers and bloggers for […]
Please pardon our dust. We’re doing some upgrades on the site this weekend so if anything seems amiss, it should all be back to normal by Monday morning. Thanks.