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New era of Advertising?

Am I too old?

I was doing my morning routine – running in the park, listening to music on the radio from my phone, when I heard (felt) a very interesting approach of marketing. 583 more words

Marketing Point

Social Media: The Way of Today

In this day and age it is hard to imagine a world without social media. Try to picture a day where you don’t pick up your phone every hour to check Twitter, Snapchat your friend a whole photo album of ugly pictures of yourself, or cyber-stalk your favorite celebrity on Instagram. 607 more words

Cap220

Google providing car insurance quotes in latest expansion

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is helping California drivers shop for car insurance as part of a new service that could foreshadow the Internet company’s latest attempt to shake up a long-established industry. 352 more words

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Lindsay Lohan Had Esurance Donate $10,000 To Her Community Service Organization

If you haven’t been following the trials and tribulations of Lindsay Lohan’s community service, here’s some background:

In 2012, Lohan hit an 18-wheeler and was charged with reckless driving. 308 more words

Web Culture

One week later, What Super Bowl Ads still resonate? My top 5!

Last week the Super Bowl rocked millions with one of the best games I’ve ever seen in years. Along with the over the top glamorous half time entertainment, there were millions Ad of dollars spent, and 30 second spots that stuck and slipped past our memories. 1,233 more words

Bonus Ball

I’m sure most of you are over The Super Bowl for another year (this really should be called ‘Watching TV after Americans’) but I’m far more interested in an aspect of the event that doesn’t change each year – although even for someone to whom ‘football’ means round balls and bad pies it was a pretty great game – which is the TV generated around it. 717 more words

American TV (General)

Top 10 Ads of Super Bowl 2015

Super Bowl XLIX was a night of back-and-forth football action, climaxing with an all-time great catch and an atrocious play call by the Seattle Seahawks. Katy Perry’s halftime show featuring  573 more words

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