Volkswagen are tapping PopArt to promote their Emergency Braking system. Post-modern irony, smart move or just plain derivative?
Detroit has declared itself bankrupt. Is this the first step in repairing a damaged brand, or the beginning of the end for Motor City?
Facebook is under fire. Again. And not without just cause, it seems, after paid-for adverts from otherwise respectable brands are appearing on pages which advocate rape, domestic abuse and the worst that our society dredges up. It’s an advertising nightmare. Alongside tweets and emails, what should consumers be doing?
Amazon tops Walmat in Ranking of Most Valuable Brands reads the headline. Whoopdy for them. But don’t surveys like this miss a fundamental point?
Amy’s Baking Company is an Arizona restaurant making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Social media meltdowns aside, their appointment of Rose+Moser+Allyn Public and Online Relations (Jason Rose being the named PR expert) should signal the start of serious damage control. But the press release Rose issued left me even more confused. I think something …
Abercrombie & Fitch cause a storm with their anti-fattist stance. But it’s marketing genius.
Social marketing is social marketing is social marketing. Which are three different things. Where are you in the great SM debate?