Austrian daredevil, Felix Baumgartner, successfully jumped from a balloon hovering 128,000 feet above Roswell, New Mexico today. After cartwheeling through the stratosphere for a time, Baumgartner gained control of his trajectory and proceeded to make a safe landing. The nail-biting event aired on live 40 television networks in 50 countries and the live feed was […]
When I worked for BFG Communications, we put hundreds of bands on stage for Camel every year, and it was my job to extend the event marketing opportunity to the web via content capture from the events. We had tons of ideas on how to grow this integrated/relationship marketing loop, and do more for the […]
Leave it to a musician to show us the infinite possibilities in form, and in marketing. You may have heard, Beck is releasing his new album as sheet music only. That’s correct, there will be no disc and no downloadable tracks. And Beck’s label for this project isn’t a label at all, it’s San Francisco […]
Why Do You, Or Don’t You, Share AdPulp’s Content In Your Social Graph?
The changes in today’s advertising landscape are dramatic. That’s why we must diligently create new words and new frames for our words, because old words and old frames are inadequate vessels for bold new frontiers like “Native Advertising.” What the hell is Native Advertising? Is it David Kennedy’s work for American Indian College Fund? No, […]
Jeff Dachis, CEO of Dachis Group is excited about data. To his mind, data can help brands unlock the potential of social. Furthermore, Dachis believes that authentic social engagement at scale is the pot at the end of the online brand advertising rainbow. The Internet has proven to be the perfect direct response marketing medium, […]
The Greenpeace-supported fake Shell website has gained a lot of social media traction this past week. By using Shell’s logo, among other things, the site comes off as pretty slick and its official-lookingness has a lot of people fooled. The site gives people a chance to create their own “Let’s Go” ads like this one: […]
When he’s not on a blogging sabbatical, my friend Bob Hoffman is relentless in his search for just “one major consumer-facing non-native web brand that has been built primarily by web advertising.” Even the most ardent supporters of digital advertising are challenged to provide an example. But what if we remove the modifier, “major” from […]