Clickbooth, CPAWay and MAXBounty have once again teamed to bring you a stellar event during ad:tech in San Francisco April 9 from 9PM until 2AM at The Grand which is located at 520 4th Street.
What can you expect? Open bar all night. Tunes from San Francisco DJ David Carvalho, San Francisco' hottest go-go dancers and all kinds of other surprises like, well, you'll just have to come and find out.
RSVP here. And check out pictures from their last party during Affiliate Summit in Las Vegas.
Guys, if you had a chance to make it with Kate Upton, you had beter play by her rules. And her rules require you to, yes, shave your balls. Ms. Upton appears in a Gillette video saying as much while mastering the art of the Boob Jiggle Chuckle. What's the Boob Jiggle Chuckle? Watch the video and you'll find out. And where's the animated gif? Come on, people. This video is a week old! Get on it!
While Ms. Upton certainly does have wonderfully jiggle-tastic boobs, the rest of her is shaped like a boy. We prefer this.
Animals, animal, animals. Much like babies, the use of animals almost guarantees your commercial will be a success. Not that that's what Goodby, Silverstein & Partners was going for when it brought back Sully the talking sheep for a new series of commercials. Oh wait, of course they were. Sequels, people, sequels! Why bother with something new when a rehash will do?
Of course, this work is much more than a rehash. Our sheep, Sully, gets to walk upright, Ditch the Herd and have a whole lot of fun with his newfound human friends. Check out the series of four :15s below.
There's nothing worse than a sex dream that gets interrupted before, well, you "finish." So drink milk and get laid by a water nymph. Yea, that's the message Jeff Goodby gives us in this Goodby, Silverstein & Partners commercial for the California Milk Processors Board.
So yea. Drink milk. Get laid. And "finish" your sex dreams. Which, apparently, milk can guarentee if you drink a glass before bed.
Ever feel like you are a slave to your partner? Like the only purpose in your life is to take orders and serve? And every day you function as a punching bag for your spouse's nasty remarks?
Well if that's the case, it's probably time for a little marriage counseling. And that's the very message in this Red Pepper-created Russian commercial which appears to be a PSA for marriage counseling. That or a funny spoof. Either way, it's worth a watch.
SXSW is huge. There's Interactive, there's Music, there's Film, there's Education, there's event a startup conference in Vegas. So why not a conference that focuses on all things Uni? Yes, Uni. As in unicycles, unitards, unibrows and unicorns.
The conference is called SXSWuni and aims to "unify unity for the universe." Content will feature a panel discussion with Anthony Davis, a man who is all about the unibrow and a film screening of The Last Unicorn.
Check out the event here.
The hatred and vitriol aimed at cable companies is the stuff of legend. Wouldn't it be nice in once, just once, a cable company would tell it like it is? Act like it knows just how bad its service is? Acknowledges it doesn't give a shit what you think about its pricing?
This ExtremelyDecentFilm video begins as your typical cable company commercial promising the world but soon turns completely honest in a way that, well, a cable company would never actually act.
StubHub is back with its full on wackiness courtesy of Ticket Oak, that crazy tree filled with ticket stubs. In the new ad, created by D/C and shot by Biscuit Filmworks, Ticket Oak has a few too many Lattes and can't help buy spew out event ideas for the weekend.
Really nothing else to say other than watch it. Good stuff.
Today, Honda unveiled the first-ever mobile barbering tool for busy, cost-conscious families. The HondaHAIR will be available as a Honda Genuine Accessory that attaches to the 2014 Odyssey Touring Elite's HondaVAC to provide an efficient way to cut hair.
So today is April Fool's Day and we are destined for a bunch of silliness. Courtesy of HubSpot comes SprocketVision, a "revolutionary new product that will change marketing forever."
What could possibly change marketing forever? SprocketVision, of course! SprocketVision is a pair of high tech glasses that help you find qualified leads for your business just by wearing them and walking around.
With "real-time inbound marketing" SprocketVision guides the user through the process of qualifying a lead in the real world.