"Advertising" Blogs & Blog Posts

danny browndanny brown

Conversations about social and emerging media tools for marketing, PR, comm...

 
Intellectual PoisonIntellectual Poison

Extinctifying ignorance since 2002.

 
Michael Schlenzig's bla. bla. blog.Michael Schlenzig's bla. bla. blog.

The bla. bla. blog. is the daily log of Copenhagen based Art Director/Desig...

 
Misanthrope & GloryMisanthrope & Glory

Wide eyed bemusement at a disappointing world.

 
Creative PoolCreative Pool

Five professional bloggers review the creative world.

 
Modern MarketingModern Marketing

Strategic view of marketing and media as the world pivots from broadcast to...

 
All the 7th FloorsAll the 7th Floors

We are t7F London brand strategists for the real world. We named our blog â...

 


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Who doesn't love a good, over-the-top marketing stunt? Recently we've seen a lot of those, including Pizza Hut's Pizza Parka, a coat made out of the same insulating materials as its delivery pouches. Because why not? That ridiculous pr...

We have heard a lot recently about the Facebook ads purchased and run by Russia to influence our presidential election -- ads that were passed on by many on the right and ,sadly the left. These ads are believed to have been seen by as many as 10 mill...

"If it's not gay, it's not gay." The colloquially negative use of the word "gay" is getting a roasting in the first national ad campaign. "We chose to address something small that contributes to much larger issues — homophobia, biphobia and tra...

One of the lesser talked about announcements from Apple's WWDC event is that High Sierra's Safari will have something called "Intelligent Tracking Prevention," which uses machine learning to identify ad tracking behavior. Specifical...

Those Russia-linked Facebook ads are more than just a reason for concern -- they could play an important role in one of the largest investigations in recent memory. CNN sources understand that Facebook has supplied the ads and "related informati...

ProPublica found that Facebook allows ads to be targeted at users based on antisemitic keywords and BuzzFeed has reported that Google similarly allows ads to be targeted through racist and hateful phrases. So, it probably shouldn't be a surprise...

 Facebook automatically generates categories advertisers can target, such as “jogger” and “activist,” based on what it observes in users’ profiles. Usually that’s not a problem, but ProPublica found that Faceb...