By: Daniel Sweeney On: August 30, 2012 In: Advertising & Marketing Comments: 0

Throwback Thursday is upon us and in addition to adding a hilarious, retro photo from Duncan/Day’s early, er, days to our Facebook page, I’m going to start giving a weekly salute to some of my favorite throwback advertising and marketing campaigns here on the Duncan Daily. Today I’m taking...

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By: Daniel Sweeney On: August 29, 2012 In: Advertising & Marketing Comments: 0

If you’re an avid user of Facebook’s mobile application and Pages app, surely you’ve noticed how the social network has shifted its focus to images and media in recent updates – not to mention the social network’s new standalone Facebook Camera app.

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By: Daniel Sweeney On: August 28, 2012 In: Advertising & Marketing Comments: 0

“Branding is very, very important.” Strong words from ad exec? Perhaps they were spoken by a Fortune 500 company’s CMO? Try the head coach of Vanderbilt’s football team, James Franklin.

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By: Daniel Sweeney On: August 27, 2012 In: Advertising & Marketing Comments: 0

The folks over at Adweek got their hands on the newest Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority “Keep Calm & Carry On” advertisement – which features an extra royal, timely twist that clearly references Prince Harry’s recent Sin City exploits.

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By: Daniel Sweeney On: August 24, 2012 In: News Comments: 0

With the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announcing today that it is officially stripping Lance Armstrong of all of his Tour de France titles as a result of numerous banned substance charges, we’re getting to see a real-life lesson is crisis communication from Armstrong and his camp.

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By: Daniel Sweeney On: August 23, 2012 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

A recent study, commissioned by eBay’s UK office, predicts that in 2014 the site’s sales coming directly from social media will climb to £290M, roughly $460.6M. That’s a boost of more than £90M ($143M). While an increase in traffic and sales stemming from popular social media sites should come...

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