Most of us don’t really use our phones to capture beautiful landscapes.
A year ago Ben Phillips was working in his mum’s shoe shop and making Vines for fun. Now he tells BuzzFeed News that major brands are paying him £12,000 to make them and he has a team of 12 people.
Londoners’ frustrations have been turned into public art. Via London Is Changing.
There are clever ways of using sexy women to sell products and services. This ad campaign isn’t one of them.
Warning: contains a thing that looks like a penis.
After pushing back against reports of a new “Lovin’ Beats Hatin’” advertising slogan, McDonald’s has released its lovin’-themed marketing campaign.
It was meant to be a parody of Budweiser’s 2014 “Puppy Love” ad.
“I’ve just got the Facebook!” From Brent Weinbach.
“It’s that time of the month, huh?” Yeah, time for you to stop.
In the past year, Facebook has made a huge push to get video into your news feed. That’s given both content creators — and advertisers — a new way to reach Facebook’s 1.35 billion users.
Stone Creek Yogurt: The probiotic you need to get your party going!
The CEO of Quora and first chief technology officer of Facebook sits down with BuzzFeed News to talk about where Quora and the broader internet is headed in 2015.
The ad, which had the slogan “some bodily fluids are bad for you” and a clear visual reference to pornography, was taken down after an intervention by Notts County FC.
The Advertising Standards Authority says that videos made by British vloggers on behalf of the cookie company weren’t clearly labelled as advertising.
After more than 20 years of declining sales, Anheuser-Busch thinks the way to revive the Budweiser brand is by marketing and advertising exclusively to 20-somethings with less Clydesdales and more Jay-Z. Will it work?
These can’t all just be coincidences.
The fast-food giant is coming out with a new marketing campaign telling consumers that “Lovin’ Beats Hatin’.” But what could that mean?
The man famous for street-prank Vines made a video about how he refused the money to stay true to his ideals and travel the world.
If you’re ever in need of an advertising slogan, Men Love Fannies is a good place to start.
“We have frozen our energy prices. Here is a sad Orangutan.”
It’s the company’s first earnings report after Alibaba went public. Naturally, all eyes are on Yahoo’s massive $35 billion stake in the Chinese Internet giant.
The company says they will appear in “recent updates,” and users can choose to view them if they want. Snapchat also says they are trying to make ads that aren’t “creepy.”
Niche connects brands with some of the most popular Vine and Snapchat stars and Instagram photographers. And advertisers are dropping six-figure sums on the average deal.
Evan Spiegel made the announcement during a talk at the Vanity Fair New Establishment summit.
Chartbeat today said the Media Ratings Council has accredited the company as a measure for tracking audiences. It includes two new metrics: “active exposure time” and “lifetime exposure.”
Universal Music Group, the world’s largest record label, advertising agency Havas, and ad tech company Mirriad have teamed up to weave advertising campaigns directly into streaming music videos, including ones from years ago.
The company acquired Atlas in 2013 from Microsoft. Now, that service will be able to deliver more targeted ads using Facebook’s data.
A peek under the hood of one of Facebook’s most important algorithms.
It’s basically one epiphany after another. Including a lot of stuff which should have been obvious all along.
ModCloth signed the Heroes of Advertising Pledge, which aims to reduce the number of model photos being altered in post-production.