Category: Promotion

Are Advertisers Big Fat LIARS? »

OR do they just have more INSIGHT than we do? What ARE people are REALLY buying? For those of you who enjoyed my recent post Sunkist’s “Not Your Mother’s Grapefruit”, get this! General Mills comes out with this cereal, Total Blueberry and Pomegranate. Does it have blueberries in it? Not so much. Pomegranates? Nope. What […]

Is this POLITICAL Ad effective? »

Is this advertisement of Simon and Garfunkel’s song America going to deliver votes? His followers are young people who don’t like to be SOLD to. Over 2 million views.

Want to be in an IKEA commercial? »

IKEA is calling for short video clips to be included in an upcoming commercial about the home. Great way to engage one’s audience. How can YOU engage YOUR audience?

How can NARROWING Your Focus Bring You MORE Clients? »

I know, I know. You’re thinking, “Tsufit, I’m struggling as it is. How can I afford to turn away clients?” But here’s the thing. Unless you focus, you’re not likely to stand out. Just found a great example of a firm that has focused brilliantly on getting people out of time share contracts! How can […]

Should Presidential Candidates thrust their kids into the spotlight? Was the Washington Post out of line? »

1.7 million views and counting. Cruz effectively used storytelling (and his kids) to make his point. So, was it fair game for the Washington Post cartoonist to satirize the fact that Republican Presidential Candidates, Ted Cruz, used his kids in a televised satire of Christmas stories? In the Washington Post cartoon, Cruz was portrayed as […]

What Do You Think of Mattel’s New BARBIE Commercial? »

Thanks to Janina Gulck from my Step Into The Spotlight! group on Linkedin for the headsup on the cool commercial! So, what do you think? Is it aimed at the parents or the kids? Is it manipulative? Is it refreshing? 10 million views–nothing to sneeze at. Is this commercial positive or negative? Reinforcing stereotypes or […]

The 3 Dollar Lemon Rind: Can YOU Charge Premium Prices? »

Yesterday, I paid $3.00 for the tiniest portion of sorbet you can imagine, $3 bucks for a pre-frozen half lemon peel (which made the portion even smaller than it appeared once you got inside it). The half coconut version (tiny) was 5 loonies. (Canadian currency–don’t ask!) This mall kiosk doesn’t even give you a regular […]

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