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Image Credit: Aliaksandr Barouski / Shutterstock.com It was supposed to be an alternative for the remaining millions of addicted tobacco users for whom other smoking cessation methods and products designed to help them quit the deadly habit of smoking failed. Electronic cigarettes promised to provide a safer alternative to smoking tobacco, which after decades of...
Image Credit: G-Stock Studio / Shutterstock.com Every year at the close of the summer vacation season, millions of students are preparing to head off to a new academic year at colleges all across the country. Whether college bound or back to high school, total combined shopping expenditures for 2019 is expected to top $80.7 billion....
The marketers who are old enough to remember the time when one nearly universal marketing taboo was to mix politics or religion with business for fear of insulting some portion of a customer population may be struggling to understand the strategic objectives of some major brands who are flaunting the once well-established and practiced edict....
“Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the only trouble is, I don’t know which half,” said John Wanamaker, the turn of the 20th century American merchant, proponent of advertising and pioneer in marketing. More than a century later his words still ring true in the minds of every marketer who privately wonder...
Each year as nature reveals the first vibrant colors of spring another, man-made, phenomenon debuts across the vast scholastic landscape of America. Just as common and expected as natures first cool rains of the season, actors, business leaders, journalists and politicians of all colors, stripes of ideology and temperament take commencement stages in front of...
Marketers from the “golden age” of advertising have had their legend inflated to great heights by television’s Mad Men. But no matter how cool they were (or at least seem to us today), those executives would be green with envy at our ability to collect, measure, and react to data in the 21st century. Of...
In celebration of registering its billionth user, Facebook decided to create and release its first ever television advertisement. Titled “The Things that Connect Us,” the 90 second spot by Weiden+Kennedy features some nice cinematography, but raises a number of questions about the motives, expectations, and intentions of the social media giant. What is the goal...
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...

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