Carrotmob Makes It Rain from carrotmob on Vimeo. Carrotmob is a network of consumers who entice businesses to be socially responsible by offering huge profits in return. Learn more at Carrotmob.org and Vigrance.com .
The coal industry has a new spokesman–America’s next President, Barack Obama. Without a doubt he said we can find a way to make it work. However, I doubt he knew he’d become a centerpiece in an ad campaign that’s bound to infuriate the environmentalists who voted for him.
For cause-related marketing to be an effective brand builder, it helps if the cause is closely tied to the product in some way. For TOMS Shoes it clearly is:
Coal execs and their sympathizers woke up to a cold dose of reality this morning, care of a well designed counter argument in the debate over the nation’s energy future. The Reality Coalition is a project of the Alliance for Climate Protection, Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the League […]
Go to “Help Grow Your Soup” and click on the little red barn. When you do, Campbell Soup Company will put a dollar towards an effort to support the future of American agriculture – the nation’s largest employer. The soup maker is partnering with Future Farmers of America and Grammy-nominee Jewel and will donate $250,000 […]
According to CNN, 127 million Americans voted in this fall’s election. That’s 61 percent of eligible voters, compared to 67 percent in 1960.
Christine Doré of animal rights group, PETA, is making some pretty bold suggestions about her team’s use of Facebook and Twitter to manage an anti-fur campaign against Zappos, the online show retailer and well known adopters of Twitter. Back in August, we wrote to the company, urging it to adopt a fur-free policy. At the […]