How To Reach Women? On Their Phones, And Through Their Friends.

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Tech is a guy thing. Perhaps, but where does tech end and social begin? According to Women at NBCUniversal, the rapid adoption of digital technology by women is a game changer when it comes to retailer innovations. Dramatic shifts are being seen in areas such as: Proliferation of flash sales: 87% of women prefer a […]

World Wide Web Of Women

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Women like to share more than men. I know you need to see no proof for this position, but here’s some data to consider anyway: The gender disparity on Twitter and LinkedIn is particularly dramatic. All good things to know when crafting campaigns with a social element. Source: The High Low Share

Nueva Serie Bilingüe de Guión Original

Telemundo’s bicultural, bilingual cable network, mun2, announced the largest partnership integration in its history, to support of its new, action-packed scripted series, RPM MIAMI. The integrated sponsor, Valvoline, will be providing online viewers and car enthusiasts access to exclusive secret scenes that will not air on television, episode recaps featuring the hottest models, behind the […]

A Good Day To Say “I Do”

We went to a wedding yesterday. Apparently it’s something a lot of people will be doing today, as well. Brides magazine estimates that 31,050 couples will be married today — almost 10 times as many as marry on a typical Sunday — to take advantage of the perceived benefits of writing one’s wedding date as […]

Small Business Is Big Business, Particularly For Overseas Carriers

I love to say face time is the killer app. Apparently, British Airways shares this wavelength. The British Airways Face-to-Face Program provides small businesses with free tools, educational resources, networking opportunities and flights to conduct business internationally. There’s also a contest where small business owners tell submit a video or short essay describing where they […]

Camp Mocs And A Fisherman’s Sweater, Man You’re Looking Good

The Wall Street Journal is noting that today’s urban hipster is in search of timeless Americana and finding it in heritage brands. After years where a sexual ambiguity ruled, today’s menswear designers are taking cues from yellow-paged copies of Field & Stream and L.L. Bean catalogs. Pioneering names like Barbour, Filson and Stetson are catchwords […]

A Cognitive Approach To Online Advertising

Let’s take a look at this new advertising technology from Solve Media. Solve Media from Solve Media on Vimeo. I think this new media offering has some potential. It makes CAPTCHA easier to use, which people will appreciate, and it heightens brand recall by getting people to write out brand specific lines and/or calls to […]

The American Mood Is Enhanced By One Conscious Person At A Time

Strategy One, an Edelman company, is out with new survey results that paint a cup half empty scenario for the American economy and our frame of mind. Almost two in three of the 1,043 Americans surveyed (65%) say a double-dip recession — defined as a recession followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession […]

Make Mine One-Of-A-Kind

At a time when computerized automation is the way of the world and even things like ads are becoming mass-produced commodities, there’s a counter current that’s also running strong. The counter current is our growing desire for hand-made one-of-a-kind products. According to The Wall Street Journal there’s a growing number of companies entering the customization […]

Boomer In Aisle Two

Consumer packaged goods companies often have major blind spots in the way they target Baby Boomers. With a continued emphasis on either the 18-to-34 or the 18-to-49 demographic, companies are increasingly losing their connection with the 78 million Baby Boomers, Doug Anderson, SVP/research & development for Nielsen, tells Marketing Daily. “There is practically no segment […]