Special edition of Buzzword Bingo: Politics edition: Thanks to Paul Copcutt from my Step Into The Spotlight! group on Linkedin for posting a link to this Bingo card!
It was 4 years ago, but it doesn’t get old. Humor is a powerful way of dealing with one’s critics. This short speech is priceless, especially at the end–get a look at Obama’s take on a new White House under Trump. This was filmed at the White House Correspondents Dinner in 2011. Is it proper […]
Will this skit with Jimmy Fallon playing Trump help or hurt The Donald in his bid for the Republican spot on the ballot? 1.7 million views in just one day and counting. He knows how to stay in front of his audience. But will the gentle mocking help or hurt him? [Thanks for sending me […]
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By tsufit on Aug 31, 2015 in 30 Second Networking Infomercial, Advertising, Branding, Business, Comedy, Commercials, Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Humor, Humour, Influence, Marketing, Media, P.R., Persona, Personal Branding, Persuasion, Promotion, Visibility | Leave a comment
This entertaining Toyota commercial kept popping up every time I tried to watch Trump’s latest antics. LOVE humour in marketing. But the question is, does it actually SELL stuff? What IS right on the money is the fact that we identify ourselves with our purchases. We believe that this running shoe will make us more […]
By tsufit on Jul 13, 2015 in Advertising, Business, Comedy, Commercials, Communications, Communications Skills, Cool Stuff, Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Humor, Humour, Influence, Innovation, Marketing, Media, Positioning, Presentation Skills, Promotion, Social Media, Start-ups, Success, Uncategorized, viral marketing, Why We Buy | 6 Comments
Profanity, an arguably patronizing attitude towards the new employee (end of ad) and yet irreverent ads like this have propelled Dollar Shave Club to millions selling something you can buy yourself at the local dollar store or your neighborhood Walgreens. So, do you find it OFFENSIVE or AMUSING? More importantly, would YOU buy their stuff? […]