The Puppy Bowl started out as a joke. Today, it’s one of the most successful examples of Super Bowl counterprogramming.
Amazon’s commercial airing during NFL playoff games makes it easy to catch on to the benefits of its B2B big data offering.
Marketing has a reputation for presenting an ideal (and often unrealistic) version of the world. More than a decade ago, an ad for soap offered another way.
How Subaru’s smart marketing targeted lesbian drivers, creating countless loyal customers in the process.
There’s a reason most toothpaste is mint-flavored – and it has almost nothing to do with keeping your mouth clean.
What if you had a Super Bowl commercial? If you had one minute in front of millions of potential customers and prospects, how would you spend it? What would you say about your offering? What would you focus on?
The Got Milk? campaign was a runaway success by every measure – except the one that actually matters. It didn’t drive people to drink more milk.
The history of the remote control shows that people have never liked being interrupted by poorly crafted sales messages.
Marketing is often hard to measure scientifically, but don’t just assume that means it’s ineffective.
If you want your message burned into your audience’s memory, you need to keep adding fuel to the fire.