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Good Night, Sweet Prince: Mr. Peanut is Dead

On Wednesday, January 22, Planters released what appeared to be the set-up for their big Super Bowl commercial. The quick, star-studded 30 second clip pictured Mr. Peanut heroically saving Wesley Snipes and Matt Walsh before falling to a dramatic, fiery … Continue reading

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All press may not be good press when selling a house with a sex dungeon

On February 7th, a house in Maple Glenn, PA, a quiet suburban town of Philadelphia, went on sale with an unusual selling point: a sex dungeon. While the scintillating solicitation has since yanked the cheeky photos, they remain archived by … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Ad previews – A winning strategy or sign of declining interest?

While preparing for Super Bowl LIII and it’s collection of high-profile, high-budget commercials, you may observe a growing trend that has now essentially become mainstream: the promotion and release of full-length Super Bowl commercials on social media well before their … Continue reading

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Find Beautiful Singles In Your Area! …And how they know where you live

You’ve seen the ads, “Meet Hot Singles in [insert your city here]!” or “Find amazing prices at [closest dealership to your house]!”. …Or at least that’s how I remember them before I started blocking all of my ads (don’t worry, … Continue reading

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iBeacon,the new App Crier!!!

A few of the readings for this weeks class had me thinking of a regular topic that comes up at my studio, iBeacons. We discuss how we can integrate the device into a project that we can pitch to an … Continue reading

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Pinning is about to get a lot more expensive

Pinterest is one of my favorite social media sites for a variety of reasons – it’s visually stimulating, easy to use and makes me feel like I have the ability to be domestic, even if I never actually make the … Continue reading

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Does a slip, from 57% to 50%, of companies using hashtags in their Super Bowl (are we allowed to call it this if we haven’t paid the NFL, maybe I should go with “Big Game”) ads mean that we are … Continue reading

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