Social engagements are becoming more diverse by the second. Today I tweeted about a pin of a shared image; feel free to comment on that. As the powers that be create new terms for social media execs to ponder, try to measure and eventually argue over, one will always be the Granddaddy of them all:
My girlfriend’s little cousin is a Junior at UNC Chapel Hill, aspiring for a career in “marketing or PR, or something like that.” That relatively open outlook is much more targeted than my own was at her age, which went something like, “I don’t want to work a lot and I want to make a
Prepare to hear something incredibly insightful that you’ve never heard before: social media is a growing part of nearly every brand’s marketing mix (and they say you can’t pick up sarcasm via text). Ok, it’s a bit cliché, but that’s for good reason. I don’t think anyone would disagree that the percentage of marketing hours
I just recently started watching Mad Men. At first I didn’t succumb to the hype, even with people telling me I’d LOVE the show (presumably because I work in advertising and know what cufflinks are). Instead my viewership began when my boss insinuated that I be ashamed for asking what Mad Men ads all over
Avi Was more than happy to add some leverage to the Grad Men campaign, started by students of Creative Circus to convince the actor Jon Hamm to speak at their commencement ceremony – as his Emmy-nominated TV character, Don Draper from AMC’s Mad Men!