Chance the Rapper took to Twitter this summer to try and get Wendy’s Spicy Nuggets back on the menu. Well, they’re here.
When you think of your favorite, or least favorite companies, you probably aren’t thinking of their name, logo or the last ad you saw. Instead, it’s likely one of these three responses.
Busch Beer announced a leap into cause marketing in a move that probably surprised everyone on the planet. They are looking to help save our National Forests with a social scavenger hunt for their pop-up shop.
Eggo is the latest brand to try and ride the Stranger Things hype to boost sales of their classic frozen waffle, an unlikely star of the first two seasons.
New Coke, the famous 80’s flop from Coca-Cola, is making a comeback for Stranger Things Season 3.
All is right again in the world of fast food thanks to hero Chance the Rapper and a timely tweet. Read about this unlikely story of a brand, a celebrity, and social media working together for the greater good.
How social media “stories” opened up a new avenue for marketing, and more specifically, direct sales.
Nobody is safe from the savagery of Wendy’s Twitter account, as individuals and brands alike learn the hard way that if you’re going to go after the fast food chain, you better not miss.
If you’ve taken a peak at the worldwide web recently, you’ve probably gotten a glimpse of the RAAAAAGE that’s been bubbling up around the latest – and most controversial – Gillette commercial.
“Where do I start?!” We are well into the new year, but this question stops many from developing their annual marketing plan.
There are very important questions to tackle before you put your plan into motion.