How to make marketing memes without getting laughed at
This is about the exact right content at the exact right time. And the technique that underlies such success—newsjacking—which is easy to attempt yourself.
Have you ever followed a colour pallet in design? Or does the final product often disappoint you? You may consider colour palleting which is an easy, colourful, fun design necessity to ensure clean, attention catching, memorable designs.
Advertising, content, humour and the entire creative world is undergoing a dramatic change. Originality is no longer the key to acclaim. Over 50% of ads are rewrites of other ads, memes have made humour formulaic and all mediums of art are embracing imitation, replication and recontextualisation.
Do you write every single HTML tag by hand sucka? At the most, maybe you copy and paste. Copy and pasting is only the start of how you can minimise repetition and improve productivity when writing HTML.
Have you ever wondered if or why it’s wrong to break the rules of grammar? You might be surprised that this is actually a debate that rages in the grammatical world, and once you form an opinion, it may change the way you use language forever.
This article explores what makes something funny versus unfunny. And it will do this from a marketing perspective, sensitive to what is versus is not appropriate for advertising messages.
The business directory has come a long way since its humble hard copy beginnings to the online, full-featured dLook directory that we use today. This story involves developments like the Yellow Pages, newspaper classifieds, search engines, search engine advertising and vertical search, and it can teach us a thing or two about marketing in general.