How to Reach Generation Z without Television

Generation Z kids don’t watch tv. No really…if you ask them they’ll tell you they don’t watch tv. While it’s not true in a technical sense, it is true that they consume television and video content quite differently than their previous cohorts. Born into a highly technological era, Generation Z consumers have shorter attention spansRead more

Don’t just Rebrand for #!@*s and Giggles

After about five years or so, most brands get itchy to rebrand. It’s a knee jerk reaction that is just that, an unwarranted, automatic way of (not) thinking. Imagine if we thought that way about other things in life. e.g. I’ve had the same ‘ol wife for 5 years, I think it’s time for anRead more

Thinking Outside the Box for Valentine’s Day Marketing

Valentine’s Day is upon us and with it, tons of increased consumer spending. Despite what traditional advertising would have you believe, you don’t have to be a flower shop, candy store or jeweler to get creative with marketing around this holiday. Here are some of our favorite “outside-the-box” Valentine’s Day themed advertising campaigns from recentRead more

Super Bowl 2018 Ad Analysis

After two weeks of seemingly endless predictions regarding what would occur during virtually every minute of the Super Bowl LII broadcast, last night answered which team would win, what Justin Timberlake would sing, and whose commercials would be good, bad, and ugly. Winner? The Eagles in a 41-33 shootout whose 1,152 offensive yards were theRead more

Our Most Cherished Holiday Ads

‘Tis the season for countless glasses of egg nog and of course our favorite part, countless jolly holiday advertisements! We’ve created a “nice” list of our most cherished holiday ads throughout the years. M&Ms Christmas Commercial: THEY DO EXIST! This classic M&Ms commercial has aired every Christmas since 1996. It cleverly juxtaposes a disbelief inRead more

Postcards: Fun Designs from the Past

Frisco Postcard
Personal Postcards Postcards were a way for businesses to advertise their locations. The image provided a nice testimonial to get more people to visit in the future. They could be considered the Twitter of their time. They were an easy way to send a quick message to a relative or friend, and perhaps brag aRead more

Monday Night Football by the Ads

During a recent Monday morning at work, a few coworkers and I exchanged the typical post-weekend water cooler/coffee maker/fridge talk about how we spent our Saturday and Sunday. When I told them that I’d spent a lot of time watching college and professional football, one asked how I could stand watching broadcasts that are aboutRead more

Best Baseball Giveaways

Baltimore orioles wine stopper
With September upon us, the majority of Major League Baseball (MLB) teams already know if they’ll be making the playoffs or should start thinking about next year. But whatever their record and rank, they all face the same challenge- How to put butts in seats?! For all 30 MLB teams an easy answer is betterRead more

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Super Bowl 51 Ads

Millions of Americans tuned in to Fox on the night of Sunday, February 5, 2017, to watch one, two, or all three of these things: Super Bowl LI; Super Bowl LI’s halftime show; or, using a cliché that plenty of journalists have used for plenty of years, The Super Bowl of Commercials. The game itselfRead more

Technology and Marketing

I think it’s safe to say that technology has come a long way over the past, oh – hundred years or so. With all the good and bad associated with it, there’s no doubt that technology has certainly changed the playing field for marketing. The biggest thing being that technology has made it possible toRead more