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February 4, 2013 7:45 PM

The New Digital Experience tagged “Brand Messaging”

So, which were your favorite Super Bowl ads from this past Sunday? It's the time of the year when brands are glued to their social media analytics to try and decipher if the millions of dollars spent for a thirty-second... Read more

By Mitch Joel


December 7, 201210:24 AM

Great Marketing Is Utilitarian tagged “Brand Messaging”

The pleasures of shopping for food. In any supermarket chain, some things are easy to find. Apples. Milk. Bread. But if you're looking for flaxseeds? Coconut milk? Prunes? Who among us has not felt the stirrings of super-market rage as... Read more

By Mitch Joel


November 28, 2012 3:38 PM

The Art Of Fake Familiarity For Better Sales tagged “Brand Messaging”

We (still) live in a world of really bad email pitches. I recently got an email pitch from a public relations specialist that read something like this: "Hey Mitch, I work with Lame Corp. I'm a big fan of your... Read more

By Mitch Joel


July 31, 201211:58 PM

The Art Of Fake Familiarity tagged “Brand Messaging”

Pitches are getting worse. I recently got an email pitch from a public relations specialist that read something like this: "Hey Mitch, I work with Lame Corp. I'm a big fan of your blog and your newspaper articles. I know... Read more

By Mitch Joel


April 28, 2011 9:40 PM

The Value Of Utilitarianism Marketing tagged “Brand Messaging”

It's a cluttered world. It's an even more cluttered Marketing world. Brands still think it's all about the pomp and circumstance. It is... and it isn't. No one (especially me) is going to deny that a well-executed Superbowl ad gets... Read more

By Mitch Joel


April 15, 2011 7:44 AM

Control... That Old Thing tagged “Brand Messaging”

Can brands be in control of their message? About a week after everyone got their hands on the seminal new media book, The Cluetrain Manifesto by Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls and David Weinberger in 1999 (yes, that's almost... Read more

By Mitch Joel


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