Consumer packaged goods brands are losing share to less-expensive store brands, a fact that marketing execs working at CPG companies and their partners in agencies around the globe are trying to reckon with. According to eMarketer, and its new report there’s hope for brands in online loyalty programs. In addition to regular e-mail communication, CPG […]
Robin Sloan of Snarkmarket believes in generative events, or events that generate media. The great virtue of events today, in the dawning 2010s, is that their value seems durable in a way that the value of super-abundant copies of digital media does not. They provide “embodiment,” to use Kevin Kelly’s taxonomy–and that’s something you can […]
Relationship Marketing is a big banner under which several sizable pieces fit together. Email and events, for instance. Which is why it makes sense for email marketing provider, Constant Contact, to add event marketing management to their array of offerings for small business. Event Marketing from Constant Contact is “a professional, affordable tool” to help […]
Agency: Carmichael Lynch Client: Denver Museum of Nature & Science [via The Denver Egotist]
City Paper in Philadelphia is warning residents of the Delaware Valley that an iceberg is headed straight for their shores. This Friday at 4 p.m., Coors Light promises to “bring refreshment ‘as cold as the Rockies’ to life in a memorable way” by dropping a “30-foot snow mass” into the river off Penn’s Landing. This […]
According to Ad Age, “The Most Interesting Show in the World” is the event marketing leg of the brand’s “Most Interesting Man” contest. Since introducing the campaign two years ago, Dos Equis has seen double digit gains.
According to The Denver Egotist, TDA copywriter, Joe Nafziger went the extra mile for the shop’s Pizza Inn client. To celebrate the opening of a new store, he dressed as JoJo the Pizza Man and jumped fifty pizzas on a motorcycle. Why? “Because it just seemed ridiculous,” Nafziger says. I love the circus, don’t you?