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It was a period in history that would produce lasting changes in American society. The beginning and end of the race to the moon, social and political upheaval that would redefine long established cultural norms, a divisive, unpopular war and the coming of a great and historic period of economic revival. Much of what was...
Storytelling
Image credit: gerasimov_foto_174 / Shutterstock.com “Once upon a time,” who doesn’t remember this opening sentence? It is famously known as a preamble to a story whose purpose is to grab attention, teach an important message, and impart an unforgettable impression on the listener or to compel them to take action. Storytelling is part of all...
It can be said that perception is the most persistent and deceitful form of truth, often grounded in myth and mischaracterization, and sometimes founded on generational prejudice.  In an attempt to allocate marketing spend efficiently and effectively, marketers must make assumptions about the method and methodology of reaching significant and specific market segments.  The accepted...
Google’s ambitious Fiber experiment has been rolling along rather quietly since its announcement made some big waves in the tech media in the middle of 2012. Initially, the project got a mixed reception; equal parts excitement and skepticism. The company’s largest pilot test has been ongoing in certain suburban neighborhoods of Kansas City, and so...
Eating is a biological necessity. Every human being must eat, but for millions of people nationwide, developments in recent years have placed an increasing emphasis on gastronomy that is healthier, more localized, more gourmet – providing something far beyond mere sustenance. As a result, massive changes in social and economic behavior surrounding this shift are...
Ad Age’s CMO Strategy recently published a survey of 243 CMOs and other marketing executives about their current practices, yielding some surprising results. With an alarming 28% of the respondents claiming they establish budgets based upon ‘gut-instinct’ and perhaps more surprisingly, 7% saying they do not base strategy upon metrics at all. It is time...
Each year, in the marketing world, the Super Bowl has both advertisers and consumers circling the date on the calendar. Whether online and offline, across television, radio, digital, and word-of-mouth, no other single media event generates as much buzz. No other event offers such a powerful opportunity. The incredible AdWeek montage of this year’s advertisements...
The state of the advertising industry has received mixed reviews by the media. The New York Times reported from the annual conferences of the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) that speakers and audiences were worried about the ‘sluggish’ pace of the industry’s growth. Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs reports that online advertising will grow by 14% this...
On June 3rd, 2011, Junction attended The Gramercy Institute’s Journal of Financial Advertising & Marketing (JFAM) Forum held at the New York Stock Exchange. Bill Wreaks, Chief Analyst, JFAM, assembled seven powerful groups of panelists in a fast paced, 30 minute per panel discussion of “What Financial Marketers Want from their Digital Marketing.” Bill gave...
Suzhou, the second city on our tour, is considered one of the best tourist cities in China.  Aside from cultural and historical relevance, Suzhou’s economic development recorded the highest rate of growth since 2003.  We visited the Suzhou Industrial Park which is an important cooperative between the Chinese and Singaporean governments which is responsible for...

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