Tag Archives: advertising
Mo Said, the co-founder of award-winning creative agency Mojo Supermarket, reveals his unique approach to helping brands ignite passion and attract diehard fans.
I’ve been hosting livestream shows (“Simulmedia Live”) for Simulmedia since the summer of 2019 and have had the privilege of talking to some awfully smart people from top brands, agencies, cable networks, and the investing community. Ever since we’ve started working from home, though, we’ve featured guests who I like to refer to as a […]
Having hosted 15 livestream programs for my employer, Simulmedia, I can confidently say at least one thing about the experience. After watching me, no one is going to forget Anderson Cooper. Or Chris Wallace. Or Pat Sajak, Captain Kangaroo, The Church Lady – or, in fact, any other professional broadcasting host who comes to mind. Our […]
When it comes to whether a brand should hire an agency or bring the work in-house, ask yourself this: is the activity in question revenue generating?
[Webinar] How Legacy Brands Can Compete in a Direct-To-Consumer Economy – My Conversation With LUMA Partners CEO Terry Kawaja
Last week, I hosted an ANA webinar with LUMA Partners CEO and Founder Terry Kawaja to talk about the rise of the direct brand economy and what traditional advertisers can do to compete. Many of you may know LUMA Partners for its LUMAscapes visualizations of various ecosystems – here’s the one they created for ad […]
Within Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, you’ll find a company with a loathing mistrust of modern advertising. Earlier this year, CEO Tim Cook said of companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter, “They’re gobbling up everything they can learn about you and trying to monetize it. We think that’s wrong. And it’s not the kind of company […]
Think for a moment about the best TV ad you’ve ever seen. (In a nod to the season, here’s mine.) Now ask yourself: how did that happen? It probably didn’t come as a result of a creative genius at an agency or the inspired vision of a hard-driving CMO. Instead, it probably was a result of someone […]