Media works around a simple principle: publishers use content to capture people’s attention and loan that attention to an advertiser who runs a message against it.
After saying goodbye to a long and eventful year, it’s time to go through the most memorable campaigns of 2016, and embrace the nostalgic spirit.
With images conquering the social media, brands have to put more emphasis on visual representation.
The recurrent question for marketers is how to reach consumers - when none of them is really interested in watching commercials.
Millennials and Gen Z spend 46 percent more time every day with their devices than they do with TV.
The number of new generation mobile devices is growing rapidly all over the globe. Although Smartphones didn’t exist until 2007 and tablets only appeared in 2010, experts prognosis about 1,25 billion sold unit by the end of 2013. This trend has already made a huge impact on the world of advertising.
Nowadays, there is no doubt that a popular brand has to have some kind of social media presence. But along the stories of great success, we can also hear about bad solutions from time to time. And these mistakes could easily ruin a company’s whole image.
Brands are continuously fighting for consumers from their birth. Even if they are not in the same segment, they have to do their best to get customers’ attention. And if two large brands try to sell similar products at the same time, it is quite usual that they cannot avoid criticizing each other.