courtesy of Flickr user, adactio Valleyschwag, not to be confused with Gawker Media’s Valley Wag, is preparing to meet the needs of nerds everywhere. Out here in the Valley (Silicon Valley, that is) we’re well known for cookin’ up a mean tech company. But our real legacy is our schwag–the t-shirts, ballcaps, notepads, stickers, keychains, […]
If you market to tweens or teens, hopefully you know where to find them. Tina Wells, CEO of Buzz Marketing Group knows. In an OMMA article she says: Teens and tweens are drawn to Web sites that engage them on multiple interactive platforms, hold their ever-shrinking attention span, and give them a reason to come […]
Imagine how hard copywriters would work if the ads they created became more expensive by the word. Consider the following on real estate classified ads from New York Daily News: Luxury is out. Old-World Elegance is in. As the city’s real estate market slows, even the want ads must work harder. Brokers are freshening up […]
GM is promoting E85–a new ethanol blend that is 85% corn-based–and their own vehicles that run on it. GM says 1.5 million Flex Fuel GM vehicles can run on E85 today, and they plan to release 400,000 more E85-friendly vehicles this year.
There are now about 1.6 million Indian households that spend an average of $9,000 a year on luxury goods, Time Asia reports. Jimmy Choo and Gucci are just the latest makers of luxury goods to target India as the next hot growth market, joining Hermès, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Piaget, Tiffany, Moschino and others. […]
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From USA TODAY: There are signs of a small, silent social insurgency sweeping through medium-size boomtown cities and suburbs across the nation: young professionals joining the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, a 138-year-old fraternal organization most commonly associated with charitable works, veterans’ causes and Jackie Gleason’s Honeymooners. Like other fraternal organizations, the Elks have […]
In a disturbing, but typical move, corporate America is shoving its wares in the face of drunken college students on break from their northern campuses. According to USA TODAY: Companies such as Coca-Cola, Unilever and Paramount Pictures have stamped ads on hotel room staples, from pillow cases and shower curtains to room card keys and […]