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The Six Best Ways to Connect Brands to Culture

What is the key to increase relevance, driving brand love and, ultimately, revenue? Well, the answer isn’t far off from how one got to be class president or homecoming king/queen in high school.

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Painters Wanted

Of the omni-present Covid-recovery “we’re hiring” pleas, perhaps among the most curious comes from a media company in Brooklyn aggressively seeking . . . more sign painters.

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Authenticity in Advertising

Ok, so we’re not saving lives, but if I’m selling you a hamburger, you’ll know you’re being sold a hamburger. Terms and Conditions apply.

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Immersion is Far More Than a Personal Playlist

Today marketers have nearly endless choices, but audience time and attention are tight. People are moving away from many traditional sources, and they’re tired of their screens.

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How Top Fashion Brands are Advertising on Social Media

According to Pew Research Center, today in the US, seven-in-ten are using social media. Of that group, younger adults are the most loyal and heavy social media users, creating an unparalleled marketing opportunity.

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Covid Ad Pitch: Keep Moving

Despite Covid — perhaps BECAUSE of Covid — robust ad campaigns pitch relocation and tourism. CTvisit (Connecticut) is spending nearly triple the typical amount on its fall regional campaign.

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Our Mis-Invested Youth

As markets threaten to close a window of opportunity on younger generations’ financial security, AML Head of Strategy Christian Barnes calls on investment firms to start showing EQ as well as IQ – before it’s too late.

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Looking Beyond Host-Read Ads to Make an Impact in Audio

As podcast listenership continues to skyrocket, marketers are allocating a greater portion of their media budgets to this increasingly popular medium. Today, advertisers are spending more on podcast advertising than ever before.

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Why It’s Time To Move From Brainstorming To Brainsteering

Stimulating and creating a space – both physically, emotionally and intellectually – where ideas can be formed, new thinking can be encouraged, and product development can be shared and inspired is often easier said than done.

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