What a deal!
What a deal!
Plus the story behind Ron Burgundy’s comeback, 20 totally neutral opinions to avoid a Thanksgiving argument, and the horrors of SantaCon captured on video.
Includes slagging off your rivals and insulting your customers.
Almost every product you use is owned by the same ten corporations.
Is this the Taco Bell of the U.K.?
The modern-day Big Brother.
This is not a time for an Oreo moment.
Give these social media managers a raise. Especially Taco Bell.
How many of these decorated your binders or were taped on your walls?
It’s a rollercoaster of emotions.
The Corporate States of America.
Facebook lets you pay to make sure more of your friends can see your posts. But will anyone use it?
It’s the jingle that just won’t die.
That plucky li’l mom-n’-pop brand you’d buy through thick and thin because it’s the RIGHT THING TO DO? Sorry, but not so much.
I feel so lied to.
Sometimes famous people feel compelled to put their faces on things that we eat and drink. We may never be sure why.
Can you figure out what each of these logos are?
In every dollar store and Chinatown marketplace these little gems can be found. If nothing else, their efforts are commendable.
A great collection of untethered consumers tweeting at the brands they love and love to take 140-character shots at. Conspicuously absent at the moment: @Starbucks and @Walmart (so we added our own). View Media ›
A series of paintings that simplify famous logos into their basic graphic forms.
Superette, an Auckland fashion chain, knows how to brand… literally. They set up indented plates on public benches, so when people sat down an imprint would stick on the back of their thighs. Pretty clever as an advertisement for short-shorts, but invasive, much? View Image ›
Rainbows are usually beautiful, but unfortunately this one tends to eat up our paychecks. One logo that’s noticeably missing ate up $3,000 of mine. Where’s the Apple? View Image ›
Mashable reports that over half of social media users connect their social networks with specific brands.
A timeline of the brands that go with each part of the day. From Jane, who made the timeline: “Have you ever thought about how many brands you use in a typical day? Well I did and created a visual representation of my Typical Friday in Brands.” View Image ›