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Advertising needs to be emotionally absorbing. Otherwise, it’s irrelevant, stale and ineffective. The mind is geared to filter out stimuli, requiring emotion to achieve breakthrough. How big is the challenge of trying to secure the awareness – let alone the enduring emotional engagement – of consumers? Huge, of course. People are awash in information and glad to tune out what they don’t need, which is why it is increasingly difficult to create a successful ad.

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How Evolving Print-Media Brands Are Creating Value

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How Evolving Print-Media Brands Are Creating Value

The last decade has seen sharp declines in traditional print-based media including magazines and newspapers.

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Why Consumers Favor User Generated Content

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Why Consumers Favor User Generated Content

Doritos’ hugely successful “Crash the Super Bowl” ad campaign that ran for 10 Super Bowls probably contributed to sleepless nights for many advertising executives who feared for their jobs.

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Where Brands Fail In Online Advertising

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Where Brands Fail In Online Advertising

According to Statista, user penetration for ad blocking in the US grew 3% between 2017 and 2018 to reach 30.1%.

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How Advertising Signals Brand Power

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How Advertising Signals Brand Power

In the nineteenth century Charles Darwin was struck by a number of oddities in the natural world that contradicted his theory of evolution.

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The Glaring Flaw In Super Bowl Advertising

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 The Glaring Flaw In Super Bowl Advertising

The strategy behind advertising during the Super Bowl is flawed. There is literally no reason to pack consumer connectivity into a single day. Successful brands do it every day.

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