As well as football at Euro 2016, there’s also a battle for brand awareness, with the big clash between Adidas and Nike. Is ... read more
Tim Perell, founder and CEO of Process, answers questions about the company's innovative brand storytelling strategy, as exemplified via the video content produced for Adidas and Audi.
Video is getting bigger and bigger, but where is it going? According new research, programmatic video buying and branded video content are just two areas marketers should focus on in the future.
This week, Twitter went to the U.S. Open, unveiled McDonald's latest plan for serving breakfast, and hosted big sales for the Star Wars franchise.
Marketers need to spend their efforts satisfying user moments, more than building aspiration for their products or services.
This week, Twitter cruised on the surface of Pluto, shopped on Amazon, celebrated the 2015 ESPY awards, and made a toast for Novak Djokovic’s big win at Wimbledon.
This week on Twitter kicked off with the Women's World Cup, around which Nike had the most engagement. Shark Week and two food related holidays inspired other notable brand Tweets.
Nike’s #NoMaybes campaign has caught lots of attention during the Women’s World Cup. What can other brands learn from the Nike's success?
Right before this year's Cannes Lions, YouTube has released its leaderboard celebrating the most popular global video ads from the last year.
Emojis are so popular among consumers that brands have graduated from tweeting them to launching keyboards, and in the case of Domino's, allowing consumers to use them to order pizza.