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Junction headed to Boston on Thursday, August 16 for a gathering of more than 100 senior marketers from the world’s top financial brands at the Gramercy’ Institute’s Journal of Financial Advertising and Marketing (JFAM): FORUM. Featured speakers throughout the half-day conference addressed prominent issues relevant to branding and reputation, measurement and optimization, social media, mobile...
One of the most widely viewed portions of the Olympics isn’t any of the competitive events or ceremonies. Over television and digital platforms, millions of eyes are on the bevy of advertisements decorating the Games. Each Olympic year, the International Olympic Committee and the host city of the Olympiad come together to protect the prestigious brand...
We have all seen or heard stories about controversial ad campaigns on television, radio, and the internet. Some are quickly pulled from public view in reactionary fashion; others are purposefully left to survive in defiance. Universally, very few of these campaigns are easily forgotten. Controversy can work in a positive light, going viral and spreading...
Earlier this year, JC Penney unveiled a rebranding and a new strategy that eliminated discounts and coupons in favor of an ‘everyday’ low pricing structure along the lines of Walmart and Target. The shift didn’t necessarily come as a huge surprise, after former Michael Francis, a former Target Executive, took the reigns as president in...
This week’s news of Dick Clark’s passing elicited great sadness. Clark was an impressive figure who was greatly admired and respected; over the course of a long and fruitful career, he worked to create a brand that today carries significant weight for members of multiple generations. His many television and radio programs were influential and...
Atlanta-based strategic firm Junction Creative Solutions (Junction) releases a perspective written by CEO and Managing Partner Julie Gareleck, entitled “Turning Mindshare into Brandshare.” The perspective highlights the need for marketers to react to drastic shifts in consumer behavior brought on by new technology and a changing economic climate. Junction has established itself as leader in...
November touts “Best Places to Work” issues across many major media outlets. Most prominently, Fortune releases its list of 100 Best Companies to Work For, but numerous other outlets partake in the ritual of recognizing how essential happy employees can be to a company’s overall success.  Websites like Glassdoor.com, which presents a list generated by...
Years after the internet gave birth to ‘viral’ marketing, the industry is experiencing the early stages of a cultural shift: the use of memes to push commercial interests. Memes, ideas or behaviors that spread from person to person in a social environment, are now being communicated mostly through the media and the internet.  The impact...
Professional athletes are some of the world’s strongest influencers.  With unparalleled media exposure, these athletes have a reputation akin to that of a celebrity. Even at the top of their sport, an athlete’s time in the limelight is relatively limited (3-10 years on average), as younger, stronger players enter the game to replace them.  Building...
Atlanta, with a top 10 metropolitan-area population size, is culturally known for a wide variety of things, from the Georgia Aquarium to the World of Coca Cola®. In recent years, Atlanta has pushed to grow and regain its status as a major American sports hub. In the 1990s, Atlanta was one of the country’s premier...
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