The decade is over, and we are ushering in a new one. For the last 10 years, much has changed in the way we consume products and services.
Keen to see what marketing trends we can look forward to in 2019? Nothing is set in stone, but here’s one expert with his predictions.
Staff retention at 2oceansvibe is high, and it isn’t often that a spot opens up. If you’re keen to come on board, now’s your chance.
Not only do they have all the water, but it seems that the folks up in Jozi are also raking in the dough. How about this marketing manager position?
If you’ve ever watched ‘Castaway’ chances are you’ve thought about how you would go about trying to get rescued. You need that viral content, of course.
The Brangelina split has already prompted one shameless advert, and people are responding by calling the effort “genius”. To each their own, I guess.
Leo has some cash to splash, and one of his latest investments takes the form of a startup called Qloo. This one could go big.
Coca-Cola has taken its next step to unify the brand, keeping one thing the same across the board.
Ever since the turn of the year Budweiser has focused much of its advertising on ridiculing craft beer and those who love it. Is this prolonged attack misguided?
It looks like there might be some interesting developments for the world’s foremost advertising agencies coming out of France this week. The tides are changing.
Appletiser have been grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons these past few days as social media users go to town on their latest ad. Their marketing executive responds.
Some adverts stick in the mind and have become increasingly popular with the rise to prominence of YouTube. So what’s your favourite then?
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Marketing companies are now flying drones overhead, tracking our movements and sending that information to businesses. It’s all rather scary if you ask me.
Mashable gives a breakdown of the biggest buzzwords in the advertising industry today. So here’s your chance to get up to speed with what’s cooking…
Smart, the company behind the original smart car, has formulated a clever way to help pedestrians wait for the walk signal and be entertained at the same time.
Time Inc is introducing new procedures into its business models to cater for “advertiser friendly” content, and this has raised some concerns with readers and followers of the magazine after journalists were laid-off for not meeting requirements.
The issue at hand means that we can’t go browsing porn sites at work. But what if we were to tell you that they are creating advertising for Porn Hub that is now, well, VERY office friendly? Would you be impressed?
This is something we ALL could use. It’s a social media course, that helps you become a marketing guru. Here’s the thing: We all use social media every day. But how many of us are truly UTILISING these platforms to help us, help ourselves? As in, when last did you actually find an awesome job, […]
This is beyond genius. This is next-level marketing. And we totally love it. How do you make a mockery out of the election posters that constantly nag us to show support for individual political parties and not do much else with our lives during the week ahead? You tell the population to live their lives […]
Japanese tyre manufacturer, Autoway Tyres decided to ditch the “sex sells” approach, and instead tried to scare their customers into submission. Their new ad is being called the scariest ad of all time – not least of all because it actually comes with a health warning and a liability disclaimer.
Russia may have a lot of political baggage – but this is just silly. A giant, two-storey designer Louis Vuitton suitcase was erected on the red square, just metres away from Vladimir Lenin’s sacred mausoleum – where the mummified body of the mastermind of the Bolshevik Revolution remains.
Kanye West got very angry in a podcast this week. In the podcast, hosted by Bret Easton, Kanye was quick to respond to web retailer Zappos and its CEO Tony Hsieh, after Hsieh had told Kanye to focus on his music, rather than fashion.
Last week we published a story about the mysterious ‘Google Barges’ that had popped up in the harbours of Portland, Maine and San Francisco – and caused mass hysteria as people attempted to guess what they were for. Some suspected a secret water-borne data centre, or a marketing platform, but Google has dispelled any myths with a recent statement.
Slowly, surely and inevitably, our social media spaces are becoming commercialised. We all knew it was coming – it’s just a matter of coming to terms with it, getting used to the new layout and trying to make the best of it. This time, it’s Instagram’s turn to start earning some cold hard cash.
Remember YouTube in the good old days? In the beginning, YouTube was a sandbox for the lazy creative. Families would post home-videos, schoolchildren would post clips of teachers being hit with various forms of fruit – and cats stole the limelight in dazzling acrobatic displays. Oh how things have changed.