MOMA in Sao Paulo is having some fun by placing today’s must have social technologies in retro advertising settings. Visit Bit Rebels for the Twitter and Facebook versions, or visit Beautiful Life for a better idea of how these ads were used to promote agency seminars.
Laura Vanderkam writing on the Reuters blog, peels some of the unseemly gloss from the lips of social media marketing. Many are doing it solely for the social outlet. Or something … But in an economy where 26% of us, according to a Kelly Services survey, consider ourselves free agents, many view it as something […]
The New York Jets, with help from Arkadium, have entered the social gaming space on Facebook, with the launch of Ultimate Fan. From rooting for their favorite team to predicting game scores to holding a virtual tailgate with fans all over the country, there is a component of the game for everyone, no matter which […]
Yesterday was the first annual #Cabernet Day, a social media marketing event and a feather in the cap of Rick Bakas of
Social media professional, Chris Brogan, meditating on the Internet’s impact on “time and friendship” wonders if a “social crash” may be imminent. If I talk to 100 people on twitter for 6 minutes each, that’s 10 hours. If I respond personally to 120 of the 600 or so emails and contacts I get a day, […]
It seems to me that Jimmy John’s–more so than other sub chains–has their Social Media Marketing game face on. The brand is on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook and they have a frequently updated blog called FreakFast, where they’re busy directly engaging with fans via “Picture of the Day” uploads and other means. Clearly, Social Media […]
I’ve been waiting to see what Iain Tait would bring to Wieden+Kennedy, aside from another British accent. Well, the waiting is over… Marshall Kirkpatrick of ReadWriteWeb is giving much credit to Tait for Old Spice’s “Man on a Horse” personal video responses, which is fast becoming the social media marketing story/campaign of the year. Iain […]