Tag: Advertising


Why You Won’t Recognize SEO in 5 Years

As marketers, we’ve gotten quite good at evolving our playbooks when it comes to SEO. But the changes we’ve seen to this point are nothing compared to what’s coming next.We are in the early stages of a new era of search — an era tied closely to more sophisticated patterns such as mobile, social, and voice search, among other things. And for the first time this isn’t just a matter of adding a new chapter to our SEO strategy, it’s a matter of creating entire new playbooks.

Source: Why you won’t recognize SEO in 5 years | TNW

Value Your Clients

Naturally, you want to be actually providing your clients with the most value you can for the money they’re paying you. But – and I’ll probably offend some people by saying this – value, especially in a design context, is subjective. What one person finds valuable, someone else might consider utter garbage, and vice-versa.

Source: Providing Unique Value To Your Design Clients | Speckboy

Zombies Get Faster In Brooks’s First-Ever Ad

Brilliant ad from Seattle-based Brooks Running as it launches its first-ever TV spot this month on NBC this during the Olympic marathon trials on February 13. The ad will provide a different take on the trials and tribulations of the zombie class and capture the transformative power of running. I better lace up my shoes.

Source: Zombies Get Faster In Brooks’s First-Ever Ad, “The Rundead” | Co.Create

The Premier League Brilliantly Rebrands

The Premier League has launched a new visual identity for the 2016/17 season, with an updated lion icon designed to communicate a new side to the world’s most popular football league. And, the work is nothing short of brilliant.

Source: DesignStudio Rebrands Premier League – Creative Review

Favorite 2016 Super Bowl Spot

Helen Mirren is the star of Brand Bowl (and by association Budweiser) with my top Super Bowl spot. There’s something pleasant about being talked to sternly by a ‘notoriously frank and uncensored British lady’. Right? So, don’t be a pillock and go driving drunk now.