Why didn’t I think of this? Why didn’t I think of this?
Okay the talent is a bit smarmy and the tone a bit self-congratulatory but damn; great branding and advertising.
Congratulations the Government. ASIS took off a Webby Award for their site ‘The Most Interesting Job Interview’, a recruitment campaign for Australia’s spy agency. [Australian spies good. Foreign spies bad.]
400,000 people have taken the simulated job interview. Click the friendly-looking spy to join the club.
New Zealand also won a Webby for best use of animation on a website. Well done ‘bro. Just keep your evil spies out of our country.
Here’s the winner for Best Media Strategy: it’s Amazon Echo’s launch into India. A pre-roll campaign that promoted their music search capability without paying a rupee to music copyright owners. Sigh.
Proud to announce our representation of Bauer Advertising in Western Australia. The Bauer portfolio of brands includes The Australian Women’s Weekly, Woman’s Day, Gourmet Traveller, Harper’s Bazaar, OK!, TV Week, Wheels, 4X4, Australian House & Garden, The Block, Empire and Good Health.
It’s the domain of the most influential media, where people dive deep into a brand and engage in vast numbers on managed social media channels.
Please call if you’d like to pre-emptively book an appointment for a briefing. Here’s a tease for The Luxury – Trend Forecast. Market intelligence in conjunction with the Future Laboratory UK.
The brief: just put together an upbeat video that runs about a minute and ties together the whole history of the world’s biggest brand and its advertising. Thanks.
Apparently the public is footing the bill.
5K of gridlock in the Guandong province leading up to Chinese New Year. Nearly 3 billion trips over five weeks and still growing at 12% p.a. Interest in traffic (avoiding it) is at an all time high.
Neuro research by the Australian Traffic Network (ATN) finds traffic the #1 category for engagement on radio. We rep ATN in WA so call us to discuss next time you’re stuck in traffic. +61 (08) 9388-7844
She looks up from the newspaper. “Darling there’s a job advertisement here; I think you should apply.”
Actually, it’s a Fake Ad, according to the Smithsonian. Shackleton had lots of free publicity and lots of applicants, so there was no need to take out a paid ad. In spite of a reward, no-one has been able to unearth any evidence of the original ad.