Thanks in part to the ever-increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets, augmented reality's time has finally come.
What's in our mailbox this month: fitness postcards from Retro Fitness, American Woman Fitness Centers, Union's United Taekwondo Academy, and Bally Total Fitness. (We're totally pumped.)
In the luxury car market, Lincoln and Cadillac both have deeply rooted reputations—but which one has a more successful marketing strategy?
Good print ads are like good sex. USA Today gets its (print) on with first-ever print ad competition.
Ninety percent of grocery retailers say that weekly circulars is their primary way of promoting products and marketing to consumers.
The Fox Crime channel is going live (playing dead?) in Norway this week and Norwegian agency Frank Oslo has produced a series of ads starring some criminally minded trolls to promote it.
Meredith Kopit Levien has been promoted to chief revenue officer at Forbes Media, said Mike Perlis, president and CEO of Forbes Media. Mark Howard has also been promoted to SVP of digital advertising strategy.
Total U.S. advertising spend is expected to increase 2.7% to $152.1 billion in 2012, according to a forecast conducted by research firm Strategy Analytics. A Strategy Analytics statement described the jump as "significant improvement."
New Zealand rum brand Stolen Rum, with help from independent market research testing agency Perceptive, conducted blind taste tests last November modeled on the well-known Pepsi Challenge in an attempt to prove that Stolen Rum is the rum of choice for consumers.
To be surprised at Google for launching a broad-reaching campaign touting its privacy is weird.
Barnes & Noble will launch a campaign on Nov. 14 to promote the Nook tablet that will be the "largest campaign in Barnes & Noble history," Barnes & Noble CEO William Lynch said on Nov. 7 during a company event in New York.
Power-management company Eaton Corp. sought to underscore its expertise in information technology through an integrated campaign that includes a "Space Lift" sweepstakes offering consumers a chance to win a customized package of Eaton products valued up to $10,000.
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Retailers' Thanksgiving Day sales pitches came in heavy via email.
Key passages from the mailing industry's anti-exigency appeal to the Postal Regulatory Commission.
The fast casual restaurant chain relies on digital to drive in-store traffic and sales for its seasonal menu.