In terms of brand activity, the winner of the night was probably Lego. That highly successful movie took the brand to a whole new level of "entertainment" -- a classic brand extension. The celebs holding Lego Oscar statues was a nice touch.
Change won't happen if we just talk about it, it will only happen if we do something about it. Here are some key takeaways to bring to your workplace:
If you are not already designing and providing the solutions to the problems and demands of the next week and next year, you are behind the curve when you cannot afford to be behind.
Great storytelling -- whether it's a new play, a television spot or a speech -- is all about creating an emotional connection with the audience. Storytelling is elevated by great writers and great storytellers.
Never have I pressured a man to buy me anything, and yet every year, I have to smile at snide comments from male friends, family members and coworkers who want to know if the person I'm dating is "in the doghouse" this year or not.
Is grass-fed just the next buzz word in food marketing that will quickly lose its meaning?
Pay attention. Know your audience. Know which topics appeal to your audience. Know which topics don't. Develop posts that answer your audience's most pressing questions. And most importantly, demonstrate your appreciation for the people who follow your blog.
Sports consumption is inherently personal, and ESPN has leveraged this to provide greater relevance for their user and a greater audience for their own content.
I held my annual Twitter party during the Grammy Awards this week...we talked about the marketing for the most part, but we also got in lots of commentary on the celebs, and fashion, and in this case the music.
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14. I don't like it because we slept together a few weeks back. Better to lay low for now. 15. I don't like it because I liked your last 3 posts and now I've got to play hard to get.
The phrase "paper the house" refers to giving away free or discounted tickets in the rear of a concert auditorium in order to make the venue seem full to those sitting up front who paid full price.