Once upon a time in a faraway land I like to call “The Early 1980s,” when a celebrity’s career had reached the end of the road, there were a fewÂ avenues open to them if they wished to remain in the spotlight. There were game shows like “$25,000 Pyramid,” or selling exercise equipment, or being a guest star on “Murder She Wrote.” Other than that, the prospects of hanging onto fame were slim to none.
Archives for March 2010
This week’s Brandsplat Video report episode 17 covers Enzo’s view of the Sony Playstation ads, the Coffee Party and Dos Equis.Â What do Chuck Norris and the Most Interesing Guy in the World have in common?Â Check it out! Or click here for more Brandsplat vids
Although many would argue that the practices and decisions of the NCAA are prehistoric and out of date, the marketing around March Madness is decidedly 21st century. As the 64 teams were picked, dozens of big name companies have alreadyÂ hopped on Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube to engage basketball fans and potential customers alikeÂ in a plethora of [Read more…]
This week’s Brandsplat Video report episode 17 covers Twitter’s opt-in location finder, YouTube and Lady GaGa’s newest video chock full of product placement.Â Check it out! Or click here for more Brandsplat vids
It is a fun little note for the history books that Facebook eclipsed Google as the most used site on the Internet.Â For years, Google has pretty much gone unchallenged. Google is still the advertising god as they have a multitude of avenues to deliver adverts to the people. From Google Buzz and Gmail to Google Reader and [Read more…]