How to capture a virtual audience… NBA style!
You don’t have to own $100,000 court-side seats to love the NBA. The virtual experience – which has been creatively sliced and diced and repackaged across digital media –
To be or not to be, that, for many brands, is the question!
What connects the following companies: Vine, ToysRUs, Debenhams, The Weinstein Company, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Gawker, American Apparel, Compaq? You’ve na
You’ve been laid off—Now what?
Over the past couple of months, working professionals have seen a dramatic increase in layoffs from companies across various industries, including tech. More recently, following th
Building a brand – the fundamentals of communications
So, it’s done. Your killer technology is built and ready to change the world. You understand it completely. You understand the effect it will have on your industry and markets, a
Content Marketing Trends 2023
Back in 1996 when the internet was still a youthful teenager, Bill Gates declared that “Content is King”. This year, however, as the digital world continues to enjoy a serious
Should copywriters be concerned about AI?
AI copywriting tools have been around now for a few years, but there has always been a level of scrutiny as to their effectiveness at creating engaging and logical copy. When these
Holiday Marketing – Striking the right balance
How easy is it to take advantage of holiday themes and emotions in marketing? For example, promoting the romantic joy of Christmas – the scenes of happy families gathered around
A World In Spin
Propaganda. A term used in excess within recent years. A term that makes many roll their eyes and say “I don’t fall for it.” A term that everyone is aware of and yet it is st
World Cup Madness
Qatar and Ecuador kick off the FIFA Men’s World Cup on November 20 at the brand new Al Bayt Stadium with an estimated global audience of five billion expected to join the four-we
The power of humour in marketing
In 1923 Claude Hopkins wrote a book called Scientific Advertising that sold in enormous quantities and influenced generations of marketers. Admirer David Ogilvy, the British advert