Marketing during the coronavirus isn’t something I’m seeing discussed very much right now. There’s plenty of interesting articles about marketing after the coronavirus. How will marketing look in a post-COVID … Continue reading MARKETING AND THE CORONAVIRUS: WHAT WORKS?
Rectangle school pizza was the pinnacle of the school lunchroom culinary experience even for kids bad enough to be sent to military school.
Coronavirus looks extra scary when you just got hit by a tornado and you’re trying to finish your last course on social media marketing in grad school.
Jargonauts are jargon-aficionados that destroy company meetings with incomprehensible jargon, acronyms, and irrelevant PowerPoint slides. They must be stopped.
The viral walking dead Whopper that degrades from beauty to zombie in a quick succession of timelapse images, it’s gross and will probably win some awards.
Troll Marketing is fun to read, but must be a challenge for the trolls behind the wheel where staying on top is essential. It reminds me of military school.
YOU MAY FAIL WITH NO STRATEGY Your company is going to fail without having a spectacularly spectacular social media content strategy! If you are not re-imagining and recycling content, you … Continue reading Recycling Content & Reimagining to Save Your Assets
We like Apple Jacks and we really don’t give a damn what you think, that was seemingly the 90s Apple Jacks message. It was manufactured Gen X cynicism.
Remember when Barbara in HR, kept sending around emails with that goddamn floral background? And everyone wanted to know how she was doing it because “it is sooo coool.” Barbara killed email’s coolness, like 20 years ago. If anyone asks, “Is email dead?” Thank Barbara
I have a rule against talking about politics or religion online which I am apparently not very good at keeping by yammering on about both. And Twitter.
If McDonald’s had ever tasked Botticelli with creating a sandwich, it would be the McRib.
Every Halloween we are flooded with excellent tales of ghosts, monsters, and things that make us tremble late at night. This is not one of those.
Local broadcast news organizations are losing viewers to instant news options online, over the top services, and death. So what can be done to save these newscasters?