Making good use of this month's app of the moment, RedSquareAgency is using Vine to create customized Valentine's Day Messages. Coupling with Vine's #Valentine initiative, the agency will send a personalized Vine message to those who tweet @redsquareagency or who visit ValenVine.
What would you do if you a man walked into a convenience store wearing a ski mask? While you'd probably do your best not to jump to conclusions, likely you'd still be scared shitless.
Or you'd realize you were in a Volkswagen Convertible Beetle Convertible commercial touting the fact that every day, including freezing cold days, are top down days, hence the ski masks. Nice work, Deutsch LA.
You might not initially think of a mattress as a focal point of your life's intimate (and, no, we don't mean sex) family moments but if you stop and think for a minute, we think you'll come up with a precious moment or two that took place on your mattress.
That's the focus of this very different mattress ad for Sealy created by LA-based Arcana Academy. Taking the brand's 'Whatever You Do In Bed, Sealy Supports It' campaign into new emotional territory, the spot recounts the story of a family moving across the country. When they hit a bump in the road, the mattress flies off the back of their moving track and the seminal moments in lives flash before viewers' eyes.
It's quite touching actually.
As if the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue actually needs any promotion. But that didin't stop the brand from putting one out to support its week-long push to get everyone to clamor for its cleavage collection as if humans were a species that can't get through one day without fantasizing about having sex with Kate Upton. Oh wait.
Like a bunch of lemmings jumping off a cliff, more and more marketer's are jumping aboard Twitter's Vine to tout their brands. Seriously. It's like Pinterest doesn't exist any more. Vine is the shiny new object du jour for marketers.
Not familiar with Vine? It's actually a fairly cool app. It allows you to shoot six second videos that can be broken up into segments allowing for some fairly ingenious creativity.
Today, Taco Bell jumped on the bandwagon to announce the new product which will be available March 7.
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In her continuing quest to find and consume every last can of Diet Pepsi, Sophia Vergara, again, passes over a suitor, this time eschewing the advances of a handsome fellow diner in favor of, yes, another can of Pepsi.
Created by TBWA, the work continues its association with the Modern Family star.
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During the Affiliate Summit shows they've had Nelly, Big Boi of Outkast, Three 6 Mafia, Ice-T & Coco and many others. Attendance at these parties averages 2,000.
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If you think you know who your true Valentine is, think again. After all in this day and age of social media...ahem...stalking, the rules are very different. And Charlotte-based ad agency Tattoo Projects is out to prove it.
The agency has developed a Facebook app called From Cupid that, by analyzing your Facebook interactions, tells who who your true sweetheart is. The results may surprise you!
Belgian band Garcia Goodbye got creative with the launch of its new single. The band decided to literally launch the single...by attaching USB stick containing the song to balloons they let go into the sky.
The band also decided it would personally travel to the furthest location the USB was found, 800 kilometers from the home.
The stunt seems to have work. The band's single has been featured on Coldplay's website.