Those of you that know me, know that I am a little obsessed with Pinterest. I mean, this will be my third blog I've written about it! Why so obsessed you ask?
Whether we are getting our news from Twitter or gathering industry knowledge from our favorite blogs or looking for great color palettes on Pinterest, our team at EXIT is engaged in social media on a daily basis.
Who remembers MySpace? I think I had a page but then a little thing called Facebook came along and MySpace died. But just like every good has-been it has been trying to recreate itself and I will say that the latest effort may be a smart move on their...
Many people think that print media is kicking the bucket and irrelevant. Some think digital and social media is the only way to go. However, print is evolving into a gateway medium to places like Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and other online resources.
The word “hipster” has become synonymous with creative, vintage and cool. Here are some hipster interpretations of some of the world’s most famous brands and logos.
Toyota has been marketing the Prius c to young artistic, creative, city-dwelling professionals in a very hipster – um, I mean fun way. Ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi LA presents a YouTube campaign to "guide" young car buyers, through the game of life.
Contrary to what you may have heard, social media is not magic. Yes, it presents new opportunities that can lead to amazing results but when striped down to its purest form, social media is simply a new channel for us to use to reach consumers.
I visited Oklahoma City last weekend and went to a little establishment called Big Truck Tacos. Fantastic food! If you are ever in that area, go. You will not be disappointed. What I was surprisingly shocked to find out was, they have 16,400 Facebook...
A marketing agency called Base One with locations in London and Amsterdam is scheduled to go live with their experiment on social media tomorrow, May 19th. Their goal is to prove that "content marketing works," and not just with funny stories or videos,...
I've long been disturbed by location-based updates from social media land. Programs like Foursquare and Gowalla allow users to "check in" upon arrival and "check out" when departing destinations like their apartment complex, home, coffee shop or gym