Larry Kramer of CBS MarketWatch (source of image)
In the hypercompetitive world of producing and peddling information, one finds that media companies are often compelled to innovate lest they perish.
The advent of multiple social media and networking channels, mobile connectivity, and citizen journalism have accelerated the need for the media constantly keep abreast of the latest developments in their reader’s, viewer’s and listener’s taste and preference.
The world of art, like Pierre Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party, are full of subtle nuances
We’ve all been there before.
You spend weeks working hard on a purportedly kick-ass strategy or a revolutionary new product launch.
Wish to improve your marketing effectiveness in the social age? Keen to develop a unique and distinct advantage for your business?
The answer to this may very well lie in one of the oldest traits of humanity. Namely, your personality.
Have you wondered how Coca-Cola became the world’s leading brand?
Well, thanks to Coca-Cola, I’m about to find out.
I’ve been selected by Coca-Cola to be one of two bloggers (the other is Alvinology) to fly to Shanghai for the World Expo to cover the launch of its pavillion, explore its new Global Innovation and Technology Center (GITC), and attend events such as its Founder’s Day ceremony and an Expo Celebration Concert.
Are these brands or logos? (Courtesy of search-this.com)
What is a brand? How does one understand the art and science of branding in the digital driven age?
First, a brand is not a logo. Certainly, logos represent one dimension in the embodiment of corporate or product brands. However, they are just a visual representation and a signpost rather than the true meaning of the brand itself.