Special Report on
The Ban on Advertising
The Ban on Advertising - Trends
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a new type of advertising: "Promoted Trends." Under the new system, brands can pay to appear below the "Trending Topics," the most talked-about terms on Twitter at any given moment. The idea is, in a word, ingenious -- the perfect way to generate revenue from the popular social network without infuriating users. The threat of in-stream ads It's no secret that Web users dislike ads. Why shouldn't they? Offline ads are all too often distracting and interruptive -- from TV advertising at 10-minute intervals to magazines that seem to carry as many ads as articles. Such commercial interruption is often tolerated but rarely ...
We love awards in advertising and awards motivate agency behavior and recommendations. Perhaps it is time for Cannes to have a new award. An award for the most accurate, careful and ethical use of advertising. Not PSA's, but an award for consumer brands that have decided to take into consideration all the potential effects of their marketing and have built a plan that carefully avoids abusing the power of advertising. This would need to be the pinnacle of achievement. So what is nicer than titanium? Unobtainium? Kryptonite? Crystal? I sort of like that. Crystal clear. No blemishes. ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
THE BAN ON ADVERTISING
- iludiumphosdex @RipleyWorld In the interest of protecting children, the Canadian province of Quebec has a blanket ban on all children's advertising.
- TBM_Leicester RT @FishburnHedges: [blog] You can't ban word of mouth! View from @JoasiaK on the problem with regulating PR http://bit.ly/aomWEO #PR #regulation #advertising
ESRC - Gerard Hastings OBE: Alcohol ban
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- Lead Content Requirements under the CPSIA - Mexico Webinar Q&A
- CPSC Compliance Guide; Webinar: March 25, 2010