Comments Off on Marketing and investment firm Wareness expands beyond hardware
Comments Off on âAI-poweredâ is techâs meaningless equivalent of âall naturalâ
If you havenât heard, virtual reality is finally happening. Like, for real this time. And everyone wants a piece of the action: CNN, NBA, Sports Illustrated, Showtime Boxing, and TED to name a few. All of these companies have recently used VR as a marketing ploy, and quite frankly, the âexperiencesâ theyâve created are all a load of shit.
Comments Off on Donât Waste Your Time on VR Marketing Ploys
Comments Off on A Guiding Light Into The Future Of Marketing
Comments Off on Apple Kicks Off iPad Pro Marketing With Ads Focused On Split-Screen And Pencil
Do you celebrate National Onion Rings Day? What about Be Kind to Animals Week? Do you know what youâre buying your significant other for Talk Like a Pirate Day? Time is running out! ThARRRRs just 9 shopping days left!
Comments Off on Most Holidays Are Fake, and Here’s Why
Comments Off on IoT And The Rise Of Subscription Marketing
Google wants to be better at Googling Google. The company is hiring an SEO program manager so Google sites get Googled better. What a world!
Comments Off on Google Is Trying to Google Google BetterÂ
Remember ello? Itâs the social network that advertised itself as the indie alternative to Facebook, but was then unmasked as VC funded by XOXO founder Andy Baio. Now theyâre back, with more VC money, and their new ad campaign is just as hilariously hypocritical as their last one.
Comments Off on Ello’s New “Fuck the Status Quo” Ads Are Hilariously Hypocritical
Kentucky Fried Chicken in Germany just cooked up the weirdest fast-food techno-marketing stunt. For a week, restaurants lined their serving trays with disposable Bluetooth keyboards instead of paper liners. Not even joking.
Comments Off on KFC Puts Keyboards In Trays So Greasy Chicken Fingers Can Keep Texting