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This Powerful Film Reminds Us That Texting While Driving Can Lead to a...

Each day can feel like a new beginning, filled with the wonder of family, friends and personal discovery. Even the sad times, ultimately, hold transcendent power, adding to the sum of our humanity. Who...

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WhatsApp: Here’s How to Clear a Chat

Did you know that WhatsApp allows you to clear all of the messages in a chat without actually deleting the chat? Our guide will show you how this is done. Note: These screenshots were captured in the...

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New Papa John’s Campaign Dumps the Founder to Focus on ‘Real’ Employees

Papa John's is attempting to regain control of its brand image in the first campaign from new agency of record Endeavor Global Marketing since removing controversial founder and longtime frontman John...

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Foods Made Up Half of Facebook IQ’s Topics to Watch for August

The power of positive thinking spread to Facebook users in August, as affirmations was one of Facebook IQ's Topics to Watch for the month. Affirmations and associated topics new thought, personal life,...

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Broadcasts’ Breakout Freshman Hits Attempt to Grow Audiences and Avoid...

There's only one thing harder than creating a new broadcast TV hit: building on those ratings in the series' sophomore season. Time and again during the past few years, a freshman phenom has broken...

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Pinterest: Here’s How to Use the ‘More Ideas’ Tab

Did you know that Pinterest allows you to find Pins that are similar to those you've already saved by using a "More Ideas" tab? This tab can be found on each of your boards and individual board...

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Instacart Thinks It Can Democratize Online Grocery. Here’s How

As it seeks to become the de facto grocery-delivery service in the U.S., Instacart announced a partnership with discount supermarket chain Aldi to bring online delivery to 1,300 of Aldi's 1,800 U.S....

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How AI Can Inspire Consumers and Build Stronger Brand Loyalty

For too long, online consumers have been pitched the same kinds of clothes, the same types of opinions and the same sort of songs and over again, thanks to a like, an ad click or a Google search. We've...

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Third-Party Influencer Marketing Platforms Can Now Access Pinterest’s Content...

Pinfluencers? Pinterest opened up its content marketing API (application-programming interface) to third-party influencer marketing platforms earlier this week in the hopes of carving out a spot for...

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Credit Karma Gets Kooky Again With Its Latest Cracked Campaign

These days, you can bank on Credit Karma to deposit the funny. Back in July, a kooky cat lady and wind-chime-obsessed doofus appeared in ads that explored how using Credit Karma to improve your scores...

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On the Road to Brandweek: Accenture Interactive’s Glen Hartman on the...

As the customer journey continues to unfold in so many different directions, understanding the experience on each of those paths is crucial for brands with ambition for longevity. This new reality...

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YouTube Just Launched a New Destination for Gamers and Is Shuttering the...

In 2015, YouTube launched YouTube Gaming, a stand-alone application and destination for users to watch video-game-related content. Now, the Google-owned video-sharing platform has created a new hub for...

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22squared Hires Former Volvo Lead as Its New Chief Creative Officer

Atlanta and Tampa-based creative agency 22squared announced today that it has hired Matt O'Rourke as CCO. O'Rourke joins the indie shop from Grey New York, where he served as executive creative...

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Burger King Film Crew Finds Everyone Loves Its Chicken Tenders, Despite Them...

Burger King recently took to the streets of New York City and found quite a few fans of its Crispy Chicken Tenders. "I like the crispy crunch on the outside," raves one. Another praises "the tender...

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This Weekend’s New York Times Magazine Won’t Be Filled With Words

You'll listen to, not read this week's issue of The New York Times Magazine. With a sponsorship with GE, The New York Times Magazine's "Voyages issue" will feature stories told through audio that...

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Facebook Is Bringing More Context About Links in News Feed to More Places

The article context features Facebook began testing in News Feed last October and officially rolled out in the U.S. in April are being extended to more countries and updated further. The context button...

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Publishers Haven’t Fully Embraced Data, and It’s Deterring Potential Audiences

According to eMarketer, audience data is still underleveraged by publishers, with few having created new or meaningful revenue lines from it. This needs to change. Audience data is the key to helping...

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Blockchain and Other Emerging Tech Aren’t Going to Save Advertising

There is very little overlap between the number of people who want change and the number of people who are willing to change. Humans have these fantasies about white knight solutions in which something...

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Are Whale Noises the Secret to Business Success? This Guy With a Man Bun Says...

There's one in every company ... that dude in a man bun who thinks that expressionist movement, primal therapy, and core exercises will solve all your complicated workplace problems. He is wrong, of...

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10 Lessons Learned From a Rebrand

It's hard to describe precisely the feeling of dismantling a brand you founded, but I imagine it's a lot like gutting a house your family has called home for a decade. Every room is a memory. Every...

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