Posts Tagged ‘promotion’

Coupon Blogger Outreach

The Long Tail of Social Media PR In PR 2.0, you don’t have to push product placement on cooking shows. You don’t even have to woo influential mom bloggers. No, social media success can be found further

Is Your Brand Eclectic or Just a Mess?

Are You Communicating Clearly? According to Merriam-Webster, eclectic may be defined as, “composed of elements drawn from various sources.” Better Homes and Gardens describe eclectic as, “the perfect blend of new and old elements in a design that is distinctly your own.” Roget

The Battery Category Powers Inspiration

Energizer Sales and Support Are Up According to Jack Neff’s recent Advertising Age article, Zhu Zhu Pets may have helped the battery category through the holidays, but it may not be the only thing powering the category.

Coors Readies for the Big Contest

Can a Package Leverage Promotional Excitement? I don’t drink Coors Light, but I’ve seen the commercials on TV. The coaching press conference spots are memorable, the silver train is

Is Pepsi the Newest Real Thing?

Pepsico Throws Back with Real Sugar Pepsi and Mountain Dew I’m a little confused. Isn’t Pepsi the choice of a new generation—the opposite of Coke’s “Real Thing”? Although the cola was first introduced in the 1890′s, this is a brand that challenges convention and attracts youth. Don’t get me wrong. I’m an advocate for the power [...]

How Far Can A Brand Stretch?

Ritz Opens Fun with Glitz and Sub Brands OK, I get it. Ritz is the King of Crackers (it’s alright, folks. I don’t have a cracker obsession, but my kids might). The flaky, buttery cracker’s—first introduced in 1934—have always been about wealth and glamour.