Daily Dish 8-30-12: Visual Social Media, Mobile Ads, and Soup

The Rise Of Visual Social Media

By Ekaterina Walter – Fast Company

Blog posts became Facebook updates and Tumblr posts, which shrunk to Tweets and finally to Instagram or Pinterest. Here’s how smart brands are navigating the new visual social-media era. Read more…

‘Connected Traditionalists’ Show Most Growth Potential

By Sarah Mahoney – MediaPost

Looks like retailers should spend a little less time thinking about those avid, tablet-frenzied mobile shoppers, and more time focusing on slightly more mainstream targets. Read more…

thinkLA Corporate Member: Millennial Media

Mobile Intel Series: Entertainment

The fourth volume of the Mobile Intel Series features an in-depth look at mobile advertising in the entertainment industry. The report contains insights on who the mobile entertainment audience is, how they interact with mobile devices and how entertainment marketers are approaching the mobile space. Download your copy today.

And now you know…

Campbell’s Soup Creates Limited-Edition Andy Warhol Cans

By Tim Nudd – AdWeek

Fifty years after Andy Warhol first displayed his seminal work 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans, the marketer is celebrating the artist with a set of four limited-edition Warhol-inspired cans of the product—with splashy, colorful labels. Read more…

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