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It’s Time for a Road Trip– with Bite Beauty Road Trip Collection! Hurry and Hit the Road with YOUR Favorite Trip.

Got weekend plans!? Our makeup bags are packed with Amuse Bouche Lipstick and we’re road-tripping to hot spots with style in mind.   So whether you’re looking to indulge in deep dish plum in Chicago, bite into a red big apple in New York City, live the beach bum beige life in Los Angeles, or sit peachy-pink keen in Atlanta, our signature lipsticks feature food-inspired ingredients […]
Tags: New York City, Los Angeles, Seo, Atlanta, Chicago, Amuse Bouche Lipstick


Top Tips To Improve Your PCB Layout

Are you a PCB designer who struggles to create the most effective PCB layout? There are many ways that you can improve your layout by simply making some small changes and utilising the very best PCB design software on the Read more… The post Top Tips To Improve Your PCB Layout appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, PR | TechRecur.com.
Tags: Technology, Hardware, Seo, Devices, 3D, PCB, Guest Post Telecom Media Technology News, PCB design software


Artificial Intelligence changing healthcare landscape

Any new age technology adaption will face ‘Iron Triangle’ of Healthcare test to prove its worth (Authored by Mr. Sanjay Pathak – Head Healthcare and Insurance Solutions, 3i Infotech) Looking at the upcoming trends globally and across industry ‘Artificial Intelligence/Machine Read more… The post Artificial Intelligence changing healthcare landscape appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, PR | TechRecur.com.
Tags: Seo, Artificial Intelligence, Healthcare, Ai, News Trends, Sanjay Pathak, Guest Post Telecom Media Technology News


Google Maps adds a new tab showing restaurants’ most popular dishes

Google Maps is testing a new Popular tab for restaurants to make it easier to order a tasty-looking dish you've spotted on the app. Some users are seeing it under the Menu tab, which already includes meal information for diners. The post Google Maps adds a new tab showing restaurants’ most popular dishes appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, News, Trends, Social Media, Google Maps, Resturants


Facebook’s Unintended Consequence

People who lack the wisdom and humility to use their power responsibly.
Tags: Facebook, News, Social Media, Zuckerberg, Facebook Inc, Mark E, Freedom of Speech and Expression, Instagram Inc


Burger King #FeelYourWay (2019) 1:48 (USA)

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From Friction To Empathy: A New Branding Model

Traditional advertising is based on a reach and frequency model, which focuses on how many people brands reach and how frequently they can reach them. While the industry has spent decades perfecting this model, it hasn’t stopped to think what that frequency is based on: interruptions! Brands Spend Billions Creating Friction In virtually no walk of life are interruptions considered a powerful tool for building relationships. They are one of the least appealing forms of communication. They are ...
Tags: Digital, Branding, Boston Tea Party, Brand Management, Jeff Rosenblum, Jordan Berg


Google’s Wing – Not Amazon — Has Landed The First Approval For Drone Delivery

Google’s Wing – Not Amazon — Has Landed The First Approval For Drone Delivery A Google offshoot just got the FAA’s first go-ahead for drone deliveries. The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday authorized Alphabet’s Wing Aviation to start delivering goods via drones later th...
Tags: Google, Uncategorized, Sem, Faa, Federal Aviation Administration, Drone Delivery, Radio Show, Virginia Tech, Transportation Department, Blacksburg, Blacksburg Virginia, Wing Aviation, Mid Atlantic Aviation Partnership, Commercial Package, Google’s Wing, Not Amazon


Absolut marketer Michel Roux leaves a legacy of bottles, branding and actual art

Michel Roux, the marketer best known for ushering Absolut Vodka into every bar in the United States, has died. He was 78. Born in France, he moved to the U.S. in the 1960s, working in hospitality and spirits distribution. As the CEO of Carillon Importers, he set his sights on an obscure Swedish vodka brand with a beautiful bottle, which was based on the look of flasks of traditional medicine. In the early ‘80s, he enlisted TBWA to introduce the rebranded Absolut to the public, and one of the mo...
Tags: France, Advertising, United States, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Annie Leibovitz, Keith Haring, Absolut, Schwartz, Carillon, TBWA, Bombay Sapphire, Roux, Michel, Michel Roux, Absolut Vodka


Burger King's anti-Happy Meals are pissing some people off, but BK is used to that

Earlier this week, Burger King introduced a new offering, a set of “Real Meals” acknowledging that people aren’t happy all the time. Including selections like the Pissed Meal, the Blue Meal and the DGAF Meal, they’re a playful dig at its competitor McDonald's Happy Meals. But, with the tagline "Feel Your Way," they're also meant to raise awareness for Mental Health Awareness Month in May—the brand partnered with Mental Health America on the idea, which was conceived out of Mullen Lowe U.S. H...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Advertising, Burger King, Bernstein, McDonald, Fernando Machado, Machado, Mental Health America, Mullen Lowe, Mental Health Awareness Month


Sinclair Buys 21 Regional Sports Networks From Disney in $10.6 Billion Deal

Disney has found a buyer for all but one of the regional sports networks it agreed to divest as a condition of its merger with Fox. The company has sold 21 of them to Sinclair Broadcasting Group in a deal valued at $10.6 billion. In March, Disney completed its $71.3 billion purchase of Fox, but...
Tags: Advertising, Disney, Fox, Sinclair Broadcasting Group, Programming & Performance


5 Ad Tech Stats That Stood Out This Week

After months of grim news for the ad-tech sector, this week held a few positive signs for the space. A report found that ad fraud had declined slightly since 2017, while three ad-tech startups raised nearly $100 million collectively in investment rounds. Criteo's struggles continued, however, despite a 3% year-over-year revenue increase that failed to...
Tags: General, Advertising, Programmatic


Video, video, video, video

We all watch movie Trailers before the movie starts. The trailers are sometimes the most fun, we get to see what is coming next thanks to the trailer, which comes BEFORE the movie. The first trailers actually came after the movie. Movies were so interesting that theaters needed something really boring after the movie to […]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Higher Education, Insight, Interactive


Eagle Capital Management Lowered Its Stake in Pepsico (PEP) by $704,000; Regent Investment Management Cut Its Whirlpool (WHR) Position by $428,240; Stock Price Rose - CryptoCoinsTribune

Eagle Capital Management Lowered Its Stake in Pepsico (PEP) by $704,000; Regent Investment Management Cut Its Whirlpool (WHR) Position by $428,240; Stock Price Rose   CryptoCoinsTribune Eagle Capital Management Llc decreased its stake in Pepsico Inc (PEP) by 32.32% based on its latest 2018Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Eagle Capital ...
Tags: Seo, Pepsico, PepsiCo Inc, Regent Investment Management, Eagle Capital Management


NewFronts or TV upfronts? Lines blur as digital publishers mature

The themes of the 2019 Digital Content NewFronts all felt very familiar: Digital publishers spoke profusely about brand safety, original programming and scale. They are the same themes that will likely dominate the upfronts later this month, when TV networks pitch their new programming and ad products to advertisers and media buyers, says Ben Winkler, chief transformation officer, OMD. “This is the first year those themes are going to match line-for-line," he says. This could be the first ...
Tags: Hbo, Youtube, New York City, Advertising, Digital, Walmart, Bloomberg, Mtv, Justin Bieber, Conde Nast, National Football League, Kevin Hart, Nielsen, Susan Wojcicki, Hulu, Meredith


Facebook Is Dousing Bonfire, Its Houseparty Clone Group Video Chat App

Facebook confirmed that it will shut down Bonfire, the Houseparty-like group video chat application it began testing in Denmark in September 2017. The app was never available in the U.S. A Facebook spokesperson said, "In May, we'll be ending support for the Bonfire tests. We'll incorporate elements of what we learned into other current and...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Denmark, Social Pro Daily


Departing The U.S. From An Airport? Your Face Will Be Scanned

Departing The U.S. From An Airport? Your Face Will Be Scanned U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is set to expand the use of facial recognition tech to identify just about every person leaving the United States on a commercial flight. As Quartz reports, the CBP already uses f...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sem, United States, Homeland Security, CBP, Airport, Customs, Visa, Passport, Radio Show, Scan, Border Protection (CBP, U.S, Facial Recognition Tech, U.S. airports


You Know How This All Ends, Don't You?

Brands—they’re just like us, only thirstier. Just last night, Pornhub sent out a press release claiming it was “extremely interested” in buying Tumblr, the distressed blogging platform Verizon is reportedly looking to unload.Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Advertising, Brands, Pornhub, Burger King, Predictions, Don, Findom


Q&A: Martin Sorrell discusses S4 Capital's strong first quarter, says data 'is not the enemy'

S4 Capital, the self-billed new era digital advertising and marketing services company founded by Martin Sorrell after his resignation from WPP last year, reported a strong first quarter for 2019. On Friday, S4 reported first-quarter revenue rose 38 percent to £40.9 million ($53 million) and gross profit was up 34 percent, on an adjusted basis, to $42.7 million. Like-for-like revenue increased 35 percent in the first quarter. In the critical Americas region, which represented 65 percent of th...
Tags: London, Advertising, North America, WPP, Martin Sorrell, Sorrell, S4, Institute for Real Growth


Creepy Billboards Are Tracking British Shoppers With Built-In Cameras That Target Ads Based On Your Mood

Creepy Billboards Are Tracking British Shoppers With Built-In Cameras That Target Ads Based On Your Mood SURVEILLANCE cameras in shopping centre billboards are being used to spy on you so you can be targeted with the ‘correct’ advertisements. The giant screens contain technology ...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sem, Advertisements, Spy, Radio Show, Westfield Shopping Centre, Surveillance Cameras, Public Surveillance Technology, UK's data protection


Weekend reading: What a drag* it is getting old

What caught my eye this week. H ow are you feeling? Pretty comfortable? Enjoying the stock market recovery? Ready for a relaxing weekend? Well I’m here like the Angel of Bad Breath to cause a stink with the following miserable graph, which comes courtesy of The Retirement Field Guide via Abnormal Returns: The graph shows how after the age of 60, financial literacy decreases by about 1.5% a year. As author Ashby Daniels says: Nobody likes to think about getting older. Even less so, nobody lik...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Marketing, Eu, Bloomberg, Cyprus, Bbc, Britain, Fca, Peter Thiel, Warren Buffett, Silicon Valley, Vox, Brexit, Suffolk


What We Learned About the Future of Video at IAB’s NewFronts Wrap-up Event

After a NewFronts week that kept advertisers running from presentation to presentation to hear publishers' pitches for digital videos, some trickled in Friday to the week's final event, the Interactive Advertising Bureau's day-long insights symposium. After munching on bagels and yogurt at WellSaid, Convene, near New York's Bryant Park, attendees wandered into a large conference...
Tags: New York, Advertising, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Iab, Bryant Park, NewFronts


This New App Wants to Connect Women in Advertising to Provide Tools and Support

Who do you turn to when you're a woman trying to navigate your career in advertising? One app hopes you'll turn to your fellow--or rather, the Fellow app. While it's still in the beta-testing phase, the platform aims to fill a gap in the industry and provide women with "the tools needed to meet relatable...
Tags: General, Advertising, Diversity & Inclusion


5 Memorial Day Email Themes Guaranteed to Work for Your Brand

Memorial Day is a great opportunity for retailers to connect with shoppers who plan to take advantage of Memorial Day promotions, spending $486 on average last year. Getting noticed in... The post 5 Memorial Day Email Themes Guaranteed to Work for Your Brand appeared first on Bronto Blog.
Tags: Sem, Holiday Marketing


Voices of CX Podcast

Want to learn how to apply behavior analytics, A.I. and innovation to #CX? Check out the #VoicesOfCX Podcast featuring Integer's own Dennis Wakabayashi. This podcast is made especially for people on the battleground of CX. Hear what’s going on inside of the CX universe in this episode entitled, The Secret to C-Suite Centricity. The Voices of CX Podcast explores the technological innovations in data science, behavioral analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and how it’s revolutionizing how compani...
Tags: Sem, Macro Trend, Integer, Integer.com, Shopper Culture, Shopper Marketing, Shopperculture.com, The Integer Group, Audience Understanding, Digitail®, Branding and selling, Dennis Wakabayashi, CX Podcast


MDC Partners Will Pay Its Former CEO Almost $4 Million This Year

Agency holding companies MDC Partners and WPP are very different in terms of scale, history and influence, but they have at least one key thing in common: Each company's former CEO continues to make quite a bit of money from the business he used to run. Martin Sorrell made approximately $4 million from WPP in...
Tags: Advertising, WPP, Martin Sorrell, MDC, MDC Partners, Leadership & Talent


MDC Partners Will Pay Its Former CEO Almost $5 Million This Year

Agency holding companies MDC Partners and WPP are very different in terms of scale, history and influence, but they have at least one key thing in common: Each company's former CEO continues to make quite a bit of money from the business he used to run. Martin Sorrell made approximately $4 million from WPP in...
Tags: Advertising, WPP, Martin Sorrell, MDC, MDC Partners, Leadership & Talent


Casper Is Swapping Its Logo to Adorn (Some of) Its Boxes With Its Sleep-First Mission

Having just celebrated a half-decade in business, Casper is expanding beyond its reputation as the company that upended the mattress industry and putting its muscle behind becoming an end-to-end sleep brand. Right now, that sleep-first mission is right on its packaging. For a limited time, Casper is removing its brand name and logo from a...
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Casper Is Ditching Its Logo to Adorn Boxes With Its Sleep-First Mission

Having just celebrated a half-decade in business, Casper is expanding beyond its reputation as the company that upended the mattress industry and putting its muscle behind becoming an end-to-end sleep brand. Right now, that sleep-first mission is right on its packaging. For a limited time, Casper is removing its brand name and logo from its...
Tags: General, Advertising



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