Nike Pushes the Envelope

Nike has been a leading advertiser for many years. And it has sponsored social causes. For example, see Behind the Scenes Nike Just Does It. But beginning this week, Nike pushes the envelope more than ever. It has decided to feature Colin Kaepernick, the NFL player behind the national anthem protests, in new ads. In […]

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Young Adult Views Toward Brands

In recent years, we know that many manufacturer brands have come under price pressure. With more people turning to less-expensive brands. But did you know that brand perceptions differ by generation? Today, we look at young adult views toward brands. To start, consider these posts about branding: Making YOUR Brand Stand Out Customers Like Caring […]

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Will Tracking Cookies Become Obsolete

One question arising among Web experts: Will Tracking Cookies Become Obsolete? First, let us define the term. According to PC Magazine: “A tracking cookie involves data stored in the user’s computer by a Web site being visited. ‘Third-party’ advertisers place these cookies there to monitor the user’s Web surfing habits. And many people consider them […]

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Coca-Cola Will Enter Japanese Low-Alcohol Market

As we discussed before, Coca-Cola is a great marketing company. See How Coca-Cola Creates Stories and A Clever Ad: Coke and Recycling. Now, due to interest in healthier beverages, Coca-Cola keeps expanding its other product categories, such as juices and bottled water. As a result, Coca-Cola will enter Japanese low-alcohol market . Is this a […]

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Online Censorship Around the World

In our previous two posts (1, 2), we covered various issues related online security for both individuals and companies. Today, we look at online censorship around the world. But first, we need to consider the two main types of online censorship. Depending on the country, we may face one or both of these types: Access […]

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