Whenever new platforms launch these days, brands are instantly checking them out to see how they can “become a part of the conversation.” What that really means is how they can use a site like Twitter, or its new app Vine, to get your eyeballs, interact with you ... The story isn’t that brands try out new platforms. That’s boring. The interesting part is how they approach them and why. Now that consumers have the power to skip through commercials on programs that they record, creative advertisers have to start pushing the envelope on generating interesting...
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From Today @ Target Marketing
In 2004, we started noticing snappy little red and blue automobiles parked all over Philadelphia with the PhillyCarShare logo on the door. This transportation is available by the hour or by the day. We've talked to people that use the service and like it just fine. If a family's driving is di minimis
and economizing makes sense, getting rid of the family car and using PhillyCarShare is certainly one way to go.