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Category Archives: Advertising

How Brands Can Stay Relevant During COVID-19 Outbreak

by Marketing Specialist

Posted on March 22, 2020 at 23:52 PM

Guide to Marketing For Your Business and Things to Consider During Covid-19 Outbreak With companies slashing advertising and marketing budgets, the ad industry could see billions in lost revenue. The industries hit hardest by the pandemic in the US include retail, hospitality, travel, and transportation.  No one really knows how long this outbreak will last, […]

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Embracing Natural Beauty with Olay’s Zero Skin Retouching Promise

by Marketing Specialist

Posted on February 20, 2020 at 22:49 PM

Procter & Gamble owned skincare brand has responded to a growing backlash against skin retouching by vowing to cease the practice in all of its advertising by the end of the year. Skin retouching entails the fine-grain manipulation of make-up to banish blemishes, but this pursuit of perfection has powered a counter-reaction among those concerned […]

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Burger King Just Launched a New Advertising Campaign – The Moldy Whopper

by Marketing Specialist

Posted on February 19, 2020 at 22:20 PM

Burger King has begun rolling out a Whoppers free of artificial preservatives, and the Restaurant Brands International brand is highlighting their efforts with a moldy Whopper. The burger has no artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. The product is available at about 400 restaurants in the U.S. and will reach all restaurants in the country by […]

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The Future of Facebook is in Messaging

by Marketing Specialist

Posted on July 09, 2019 at 21:40 PM

Facebook may not have created the internet but based on the number of global users on social media, they pretty much own the social web. Together Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp make for the majority of global users who use social media to communicate with each other. Billions of users mean billions of ad revenue. But due to past and recent issues of data breaches, misuses, bugs and epic outages CEO Mark Zuckerberg is looking to make Facebook and its family of apps more secure with new privacy tools with focus on messaging.

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