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October 27th, 2014

Brands with Vision

Sometimes images can say more than words. And some brands are taking the leap to give consumers a purely visual experience through TV spots, online videos, in-store displays, etc. They’re telling a story without asking viewers to listen. Just watch. This generates an experience for consumers in a way that allows them to relate to brands in their own words Read More…

August 15th, 2014

“It’s Not Your Fault.” Social Media and Mourning

The world was rocked by the death of one of the funniest men ever to walk the Earth earlier this week. We instantly became a global community of mourners sharing our favorite quotes, movie stills, and personal connections to the hero/anti-hero. Perhaps the most powerful messages are those of hope and support to those who may suffer from depression. You Read More…

August 8th, 2014

Subject: FACEBOOK DOWN – WORLD PANICS

Last week, Facebook was down for all of 27 minutes for pretty much the entire world. Ironically, the same massive pool of people who despise Facebook sent out a collective shriek via other channels (yay, Twitter) at the outage. The impact this momentary event had on all of our lives is in fact unsettling and speaks to the greater issues. We Read More…

June 27th, 2014

Let’s be friends. For three bucks.

So let’s say your latest viral video has plateaued at 678 views. Or your Facebook fan page isn’t quite living up to expectations. Why not try purchasing a few extra “Likes”? For the low, low price of approximately 5-7 cents a pop, you can bolster the appearance of all your social efforts! Check us out, boss, we’re the boss! According Read More…

May 20th, 2011

If everyone is zigging, it’s time to zag.

In any industry, across any medium, you’ll find common themes and messages. We call this the blah blah. And we encourage you to avoid it like the plague cliché. If you’re selling insurance, don’t just do another rate ad. How about a rhetorical questions campaign with Too Tall Jones? Instead of doing testimonials like every other children’s hospital out there, Read More…

March 5th, 2011

Trust us . . . great relationships = great work

Why is there so much dismissively average work in the world today? Because it’s easier, faster, cheaper, and safer. Let’s face it, great work entails risk. And most of us want to avoid risk. So, how do we get our clients to take a leap of faith and do the kind of work that helps turn a local rustbelt dinosaur into Read More…