Kleenex’s brand was rewritten by an early example of A/B testing.
As Netflix viewership data shows, statistics are an opportunity to tell a story.
In today’s remote world, how do you maintain the brainstorms, inside jokes and key interactions that drive company culture without the proverbial watercooler?
As COVID-19 rages on, the tale of Tylenol’s 1982 recall offers a simple lesson for brands faced with crises not of their making.
As companies and employees adjust to a new reality of remote working, one brand is way ahead of the game.
People don’t always respond to statistics or well-reasoned recommendations. It takes a compelling story or a clear graphic to spur them to take action.
Corona’s marketing team is fighting faulty survey data and misleading headlines with hard sales numbers and a little bit of trust in their customer base.
With art, a person’s emotional response to a piece does not determine its quality.
In most businesses, marketing’s a one-way street. But great things can happen when marketing also has a say in developing products.
The unfortunately named Ford Edsel is a lesson in how easy it is for leaders to lose sight of the work that goes into effective branding.
The history of the remote control shows that people have never liked being interrupted by poorly crafted sales messages.
Why companies should consider streamlining internal processes a competitive advantage.
Acknowledging that your perspective might not be universal is a step toward more effective marketing.
What we found helps clarify exactly what content marketing truly is, by highlighting what it isn’t.
Marketing is often hard to measure scientifically, but don’t just assume that means it’s ineffective.
Big Ass Fans shows that it doesn’t matter how conservative, technical or obscure your business seems.
Stephon Marbury’s “Starbury” shoe shows the importance of differentiated marketing.
You can’t be an authority and a trendsetter without ever saying anything groundbreaking.