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.
This is a cardinal rule: DO NOT DEVELOP AN AGENCY STYLE. This is a cardinal rule because look and feel, a.k.a. style, belongs to the brand, not to the agency. Somewhere along the way, Wieden + Kennedy, one of the world’s few great big agencies, forgot about the cardinal rule. How do I know this? […]
Just last week, we looked at Google’s elaborate courtship of advertisers. Now, it’s Facebook’s turn to woo. According to The Wall Street Journal, New York-based Carolyn Everson, 40, is Facebook’s “liaison” with Madison Avenue, and she’s busy providing big brands the kind of data they need to justify their ad buys on the social platform […]
Tim Nudd of Adweek is in Cannes, soaking up what spills from the stage. This morning Nudd looked on as Facebook’s global head of brand design, Paul Adams, “froze with panic and could not continue.” According to Nudd, he walked off stage, composed himself and retured to deliver these four tips for approaching Facebook marketing: […]
Here’s an interesting use of Facebook in the retail space. A Brazilian retailer lets you see exactly how many people “like” a particular item of clothing. According to Springwise, C&A’s new “Fashion Like” initiative uses special hooks on the racks in its bricks-and-mortar store to display Facebook “likes” in real time, giving in-store shoppers a […]
Just as a test, last month I did a targeted ad campaign on Facebook for my 99 cent book. The results were practically zero–very few clickthroughs and no sales. Nor did I hear from anyone who saw the ads themselves. Of course, one small test doesn’t mean anything in a grand scale. But now, Ad […]