Make the logo bigger links to a press release from Kimberly-Clark for their new marketing campaign. Just think of what this R12 calendar would look like. Can you imagine going into a meeting and using “Be Kind to Your Behind” without laughing hysterically? I can’t.
The campaign "Be Kind to Your Behind" debuts this month and integrates
experiential marketing, branded Web sites, Internet advertising, bus and train
station ads, FSIs, in-store promotions, redesigned product packaging and
public relations activities, as well as traditional TV and print advertising.
In addition, the campaign will use the iconic Cottonelle puppy across all
communications channels to embody the brand's key benefits of soft, soothing
Finally ready to make the move I’ve been talking about forever after having a long, drawn out discussion with our ECD yesterday afternoon (where he made it clear I’m underpaid, overworked and need a tan). Problem is, getting hired somewhere takes a looonnnngg time. Agencies don’t post my position for some reason – you just have to put yourself out there. So I’ve been trying to think of a creative way to market myself other than just a resume. I mean, I can’t ask one of our designers to do a flash piece for me without attracting some sort of attention around the office. So if you see a resume come through your shop for an ambiguous job, with a boring but lucrative resume, for a girl who was client side until 2 years ago, it’s me. I wouldn’t recommend calling me back. You’ll need an HR person just to monitor my behavior.
Think there’s a reason vm-people used what looks like a bar of anti-viral soap to get across their viral marketing message? Nah. Very cute self-promo.
(via Todd And)
…only it never ends. Or does it? I adore this site Poke London did for Orange, Good Things Should Never End. Conveys the “unlimited” marketing message without being starburst-y about it. Very, very nice. Only thing is, my piece of crap Mighty Mouse’s scrolling combined with this site makes my hangover just a wee bit worse. Must. Eat. Mexican. Soon.
Love this wall in the offices of Jack Morton, an experiential marketing agency in London. Check out the rest of the space at This Ain’t No Disco.
..at the hotel yesterday when I was checking out and we ended up talking for a half hour. He wasn’t pretty, so don’t even go there. But at the end of our conversation, he asked me to come interview for a client-side position in the marketing department where he works. I Googled him this morning just to make sure he was for real after he left a message on my phone. My question is this: should I consider leaving the agency life that I so love (well, obviously not always) and go back to being the order-giver? I’d be a whole lot less stressed, but would I be bored?
Yesterday I had a thought (which I hope will not become a pattern) while at the nail salon. There’s a captive audience of about 10 – 15 women per hour just dying for something to look at. Where else can you get hour long interaction rates by using video monitors, POP, logo-ed merch/supplies, whatever? Obviously, you’d have to be somewhat tasteful about it, but that’s your job, not mine.