Boyfriend and I have been in the midst of a major backyard renovation - and we have been DIY-ing the whole thing. With all of that in mind it is no wonder that Home Depot has been top of mind in our household lately. One commercial in particular has caught...
Chances are you have seen this man before. Many times most likely. You may remember him as a trusted local doctor, a master chef, a sailing enthusiast, dog lover, farmer - but it's all a lie.
Not too long ago I raved about my discovery of the creative social network Behance Network. The curators have recently launched more category specific sites with work from the Behance Network, selected by a panel of "judges".
I'm sure you have heard about Pinterest, and have more than likely set up a board or two. It is now the third largest social networking site in the world.
I recently came across some really neat shopping bags that caught my attention. These bags can fall into the category of "bagvertising" which I think is a perfect name for them.
The goal of a teaser campaign is to build purchasing momentum for a product, and through social media these campaigns can really create excitement for millions of potential buyers before the product is even available. The latest teaser to catch my attention...
Several weeks ago, I got to visit the city that all ad people dream of visiting - New York City! My mom, sister and I hit up all the first time must dos - what I noticed was advertising was all around me.
There's comfort in knowing that your experience with a brand is consistently true to the brand personality. I suggest that the universal consistency in the customer experience delivered at Waffle House has played a significant role in its long-term success.
A few weeks ago I was on YouTube and ran across a very funny commercial for Dollar Shave Club. I laughed for a bit and then wondered if it was a real company.
Recently while online I have been stumbling on tons of infographics. So what gives with the overload of infographics on the web?