There's no downturn in site on the ecommerce front as Chinese consumers continue to spend big on luxury goods.
A favorite ad John Biondi, Midwest creative lead at SapientNitro, is the 1999 campaign that helped Target transcend being "every bit as cool as the dollar store."
Palace Skateboards is the funniest retailer on the planet.
There's a lot of crossover when its comes to search and website, so the final "ClickZ cases the candidates" tackles two facets of digital marketing at once.
Though there was quite a chasm in our assessment of the candidates' email and branding skills, all five candidates are pretty proficient social media marketers.
Shereen O'Brien, the Creative Strategy Director at Imagination in Hong Kong, reflects on the art of storytelling in three ads from Europe and Asia.
Last week, we focused on the presidential hopefuls' emails. In part two of this series, we reached out to some branding experts to talk logos and slogans.
Established retail sports giant Decathlon has given its Singaporean team free reign to implement an omnichannel strategy, and Clarence Chew is the man behind it.
Encouraging visitors to photograph artworks – and then sharing them on social media – is just one way the National Gallery of Victoria is growing audience engagement.
Kevin Jones, the executive creative director of Crispin Porter + Bogusky L.A., reflects on two silly ads that show just how limitless ... read more