Category: Marketing

14
Jan

Adult-friendly LEGO kits to build a mini Leica camera

Over the last year, the iconic Leica M camera has been repeatedly reimagined, making it quiet, textured, and even collectible. And while photography enthusiasts seem to already have everything they need, be they cameras, accessories, or other gadgets, what they might not have is a cool rainy-day model kit to remind themselves of their passions.

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07
Jan

McDonald’s introduces its first vegan-friendly Happy Meal

So far, 2019 is starting off on a green note for multiple fast-food chains. McDonald’s UK has introduced its first ever vegan-friendly Happy Meal, along with a new Spicy Veggie Wrap on their menu. This is thanks to the growing demand from customers for meat-free options.

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18
Dec

Tiffany & Co. releases what’s essentially fancy LEGO for US$1,650

Did you love LEGO as a kid, but feel that it’s not luxurious enough now that you’re older? Well, Tiffany & Co. has just released a more opulent version that’s the perfect gift for your inner child.

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14
Dec

Spice up the holidays with the KFC fire log

When the weather outside is frightful, a fire is so delightful. That’s why KFC has brought a whole new twist to that toasty feeling.

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13
Dec

Based on popular 2018 hashtags, Instagram rolls out #InstaGiftGuide

With the holiday season in full swing, it’s time to start shopping for your friends and family. To help you out, Instagram has married hashtags and brands to come up with #InstaGiftGuide gift-giving recommendations for Christmas. 

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11
Dec

McDonald’s releases McNugget Christmas ornaments

One of the world’s largest fast food chains is sprucing up the holiday season with some signature Christmas ornamentsMcDonald’s UK has just rolled out two variations of ornaments. Celebrating the almighty Chicken McNugget, you’ll want a full box of 50. 

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04
Dec

Starbucks to ban porn in its stores, so YouPorn bans them from offices

Apparently Starbucks doesn’t want its customers using their free WiFi to look at porn. Enough Is Enough, a nonprofit dedicated to internet safety, created a petition calling for the coffee chain to block access to explicit materials.Continue Reading..

28
Nov

Fashion retailer sells twigs for US$50 leaving Internet speechless

If you visit the website of fashion retailer Anthropologie, you’ll see a product called Birch Branch Bundle. Exactly what the name implies, this bundle of decorative twigs is not much different from what you’d find in your own yard.Continue Reading..

20
Nov

BK uses actual photos of car crashes to encourage home delivery

Some people are so hungry for a Whopper that they don’t just go through the drive-thru, they go through the entire restaurant. And that’s what led Burger King to create this campaign by Lola MullenLowe, promoting home delivery with images of real car crashes that occurred at their restaurants.Continue Reading..

13
Nov

Volkswagen’s ad about avoiding advertising bans ironically gets banned

Volkswagen’s Too powerful for TV commercial was, apparently, too powerful for television in Australia. The humorous commercial was banned in the country for breaking advertising codes of conduct and for being “unsafe”.Continue Reading..

06
Nov

13 psychological pricing tips to help boost sales

You’ve likely figured out best practices for mobile marketing, design, and internal communication for your business. It seems like you have a pretty good system in place, but it gets a little tired. You find you and your team are stuck in the monotony of brainstorming, creating, and implementing content to drive sales.Continue Reading..

01
Nov

How to get more positive online reviews for your business

Positive online reviews can tip the balance in your favour when it comes to consumer decision making. So if you think online reviews get lost in all the Internet noise, think again.Continue Reading..