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Daily Dish: All About Facebook

Daily Dish: All About Facebook

Facebook is stirring things up this week. We thought we should round up some good bits for you. Facebook Rolling Out Pages-Only Feed By Tim Petersen – Adweek Amid the marketer outcry over their page posts reaching fewer News Feeds, Facebook said today that is has begun rolling out a “Pages Only” News Feed that … Continue reading

Daily Dish: Anthony Bourdain vs. Ad Integration, Hottest Media Properties, and Interactive Urinals

Daily Dish: Anthony Bourdain vs. Ad Integration, Hottest Media Properties, and Interactive Urinals

‘Fighting Mad’ Anthony Bourdain Trashes Travel Channel Over Ad Integration By Jeanine Poggi – Ad Age More and more people are fast-forwarding through traditional commercials, Mr. Bourdain noted in his “Fighting Mad” post. “For this reason,” he wrote, “there’s pressure from networks to ‘integrate’ products into the body of the actual shows whenever possible: to … Continue reading

Daily Dish: Big Brands’ Custom News Sites, Wal-Mart Pop-Up Toy Store, and Introducing Waze

Daily Dish: Big Brands’ Custom News Sites, Wal-Mart Pop-Up Toy Store, and Introducing Waze

Big Brands Are Pouring Money Into Their Own Custom News Sites By Max Nisen – Business Insider On top of their multi-million dollar advertising budgets, huge companies are now diving into an arena previously dominated by traditional media. They’re producing videos, releasing interviews with top executives, and providing unique looks inside their organization on their … Continue reading

Daily Dish: We lost our heads…

Daily Dish: We lost our heads…

…we can’t focus on anything serious today. It’s Halloween! Here’s a trick. AT&T Ghostbombs Its Own TV Commercial for Halloween By Tim Nudd – Adweek How many ghouls did you spot? And here’s the treat. thinkLA Corporate Members Happy Halloween! Let’s check in on thinkLA corporate members and see what kind of shenanigans they are up … Continue reading

Daily Dish: Post-Sandy Social Media Review

Daily Dish: Post-Sandy Social Media Review

We probably have seen newsjacking at its worse in the past few days as brands moved in on the trending topic with mixed results.  Digiday takes a brief look at Duracell and Barney’s while Adweek calls out American Apparel and Gap as a flat-out fail. On the general reach and impact of social media, Forbes reflects on the … Continue reading