hmmmm, Advertising in images? is this ran old solution to a new problem ?
Twitter users angered by Rio Ferdinand's Snickers... →
A Snickers Twitter advertising campaign, fronted by celebrities including Rio Ferdinand, Ian Botham and Cher Lloyd could face investigation for ignoring OFT guidelines. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/twitter/9036278/Twitter-users-angered-by-Rio-Ferdinands-Snickers-adverts.html
Lionel Richie's Hello. →
cut together form more films than I can count
Hyper local crowdfunding site Lucky Ant organises a local community to support local business (by Lucky Ant)
Stats: TV Ads don't work with the 16 to 29 →
A TV Ad will only lift in share of choice among 16 to 29 was 4.6 percentage points in 2011, compared with 1988, when the lift was 10.5 points. see mroe about it http://m.adage.com/article?articleSection=mediaworks&articleSectionName=MediaWorks&articleid=http%3A%2F%2Fadage.com%2Fmediaworks%2Farticle%3Farticle_id%3D232163
Onepager: a new site to get small business online. I am going to have a poke around and see if it’s something I could recommend to my clients
Graham Coxon looks for local bands to support his... →
His website lets you select a date, then nominate a band. Others can then watch the videos and vote on the bands. The final choice is Coxon’s (hilarity would no doubt ensue otherwise) but the votes give him a steer as to the popularity of the different acts. http://toursupport.grahamcoxon.co.uk/
This weeks digital picks
Your weekly Digital inspiration is back after a Christmas hiatus with a bumper pack 01. Sponsored Tweet campaign for the Heart foundation The British Heart foundation created this funny TVC, then ran a campaign on Twitter complete with a sponsored tweet based around #hardandfast. It only has 98K views http://youtu.be/JR0aZX1_TD8 02. Photoblocker Beer company Norte have created a beer cooler...
The Most Expensive Picture. →
The site The Most Expensive Picture. Photographers pay $1 extra each day for the site to feature one of their pictures. Currently they’re paying over $103. http://www.themostexpensivepicture.com/
is this wedding crashing app real ? I kinda hope so : Crash Corsage (by EricSchlakmanDotCom)
KLM lets passengers choose seat partners based on... →
The Meet and Seat concept allows passengers to choose their in-flight neighbors based on their occupation, mutual interests and appearance. By connecting to LinkedIn and Facebook during online check-in, passengers can pick their ideal seat buddy, although both parties must choose to participate in the service. KLM believe it will provide an opportunity for networking, though other reports suggest...