So the movie, Love Actually, is becoming a Christmas classic. And who can resist the sicky sweetness of that scene where Rick Grimes professes his for for Keira Knightley using flash cards? I mean, really. It rivals the boombox scene in Say Anything, right?
Well, Erwin Penland is putting that scene to good use for Denny's this holiday season with an animated gif in which a piece of bacon professes his love for am egg. We all know bacon and eggs should be together, right?
Explainer video company Easy Explain Video has created a list of what it believes to be the ten best explainer videos of 2013. And, thankfully, they've taken a look at all explainer videos, not just the ones they created. Likely, you haven't heard of any of the companies on the list except for McAfee. Then again, that's the whole point of an explainer video; to introduce and explain new concepts and companies.
On the list are Quad, Kompoz, CrazyEgg, McAffee, VistaOneSolutions, Kurzgesagt, Heart Research Institute, Skin of Steel, Sundstedt and SilverRail.
UK search marketing firm Integrity Search has compiled a list of the top retail and supermarket holiday ads of the 2013 season. The ads were judged based on most memorable, most likely to buy, most visually appealing and most informative. The contenders were Morrison's, John Lewis, Sainsbury's Tesco, ASDA and Marks & Spencer. The winner? Well you'll just have to check out the infographic for that.
Here's a "banned commercial" from China that touts a product that is guaranteed to protect women from rape and abduction. The translation to English is almost as funny as the video itself. Pick up a pair, ladies. It will scare the crap out of the creeps (well, most of them) away and keep you safe. Via.
Oh and Recommended Videos spits out this oddity afterwards.
So this is the year of mobile, right? Oh wait, last year was. Or was it the year before? Oh, nevermind. The fact is, mobile is here and it's here to stay. But as a marketer, are you ready? Is your path towards "going mobile" clear? Do you have a rock solid mobile strategy in place?
In this white paper entitled 5 Myths Every CMO Should Know About 'Going Mobile,' you will learn what resources you need to implement a mobile strategy, that a mobile website is just the tip of the iceberg and and that the technological hurdles are more far reaching that how your site renders on the iPhone.
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It's fun to see what pops up on Craigslist in terms of silly ads. Some people go to great lengths to sell old stuff. One such ad -- an unabashed parody of overly-bombastic car commercials -- for a 1996 Nissan Maxima, created by filmmaker Luke Aker, was good enough to get Nissan itself to by the car from Aker.
In this Havas -created holiday greeting from Dos Equis' Most Interesting Man, we learn of an experience he had with a very stubborn donkey and his desire to have the recipe for the egg nog the donkey's owner made for him. It, of course, contains beer. Dos Equis beer to be precise.
Below, enjoy the holiday video along with the recipe.
The key to social media success is to understand the platforms that best sync with your business. You must first be aware of the different platforms available, the benefits of each, and how you can leverage these benefits to promote your business online.
With more than 70 million users around the world (Semiocast), Pinterest is one such platform that can help boost your business in more ways than one. So, why exactly should you market your business on Pinterest? Here are five great reasons.
So Brazil is hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Itau Bank, with help from Agencia Africa, put together this epic (seems to be the word of the day today) video, entitled The Great Transformation, that shows the entire country of Brazil becoming encased inside a giant stadium.
Brazilians gleefully welcome the encasement. We're not sure we'd like a giant wall around our country. Hopefully the walls aren't patrolled like they are the walls surrounding Raccoon City.
Yea, we know this is a metaphor. And yes, the film is beautifully shot.
In this epic, movie trailer-style four minute video from Samsung, we are led to believe that aliens don't really want to take over the world. They just want us to round up the world's best futbol players for an interstellar game of epic proportion upon which the outcome of the earth rests.
It's a bit melodramatic but hey, the world loves its futbol and, apparently, aliens know this and have descended upon the planet Independence Day-style for what will someday be known as the Universe Cup.