Archives for April 2013

Facebook.com/AdPulp Is A Satellite In Your Orbit

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.

Download Vine, Make A Movie and Share It

Vine is Twitter’s new video App, where users capture short bits of video to share with their friends. Naturally, brand marketers are jumping all over this as widespread adoption among smart phone users is rapidly on the rise. According to Techcrunch, Vine is presently the #1 free App in the iTunes store. Here is a […]

Content Overload Warning: Don’t Make Me Read This

Remember a few years ago when Guerilla was a big deal? Then Buzz and Word-of-Mouth were all the rage. Then Social Media. Now, it’s Content’s day in the sun. Problem is, the sun is a blistering force that withers all memes and movements alike. There’s enough content. Please stop. — Reeder (@thatreeder) April 9, 2013 […]

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Heidi Klum Is A Smoking Hot Mama Who Eats Burgers With The Boys

Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson. This new spot from 72andsunny debuted on Mad Men last night. The Graduate, starring Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman debuted in 1967. Previously on AdPulp: Giving Young Hungry Guys What They Want and Internet Hotties To Sling Burgers

Glamour Makes Good Use of Google+ Hangouts

I don’t know how they did it, but Glamour magazine has gathered a massive audience on Google+. With 1.5 million readers on this platform, the door is now wide open to sponsored content opportunities. According to Mashable, the fashion title is using the Goggle+ Hangout feature in new ways: Glamour magazine is launching a month-long […]

Brutal Simplicity Of Thought Looks Good But Simply Lacks A Deep Purpose

I have to admit, I’m a sucker for books like the one created by M&C Saatchi, “Brutal Simplicity of Thought: How It Changed The World.” Much like its title implies, this is a simple book: Elegantly written and designed, each two-page spread offers a simple visual, along with one question and a three-sentence answer. Some […]

Advertising Could Use Some Farm-to-Table Thinking

In the first episode of “Portlandia,” Fred and Carrie order meals in a restaurant, then decide to visit a farm to find out how the animals they’re eating were raised. Absurd? Maybe. But I’ve noticed that when I visit local farmers’ markets, I appreciate the growers and farmers, and their food, more. I think that […]