September 2013

Monthly Archives

  • 10 Career-Ending Social Media Moves

    Social media is an incredibly powerful tool that can make or break your business; if utilized correctly, good publicity can cause your brand to ‘go viral’ and garner thousands — even hundreds of thousands — of new customers in just a few days. But there is also a dark side to the powers that are […]

  • We’ve Got Some Unbelievably Small Boots to Fill

    The truncated version of Kerry’s Congressional testimony statement runs “we’ve got some unbelievably small boots” that we can use in Syria. And it brings to mind a conundrum between what is now becoming a long-term foreign policy choice, and how the spin machine works. With a decade of unfruitful and in all likelihood illegal wars […]

  • Interventionism as Investment

    America is on the verge of entering into the least popular intervention in our history. According to the administration’s case, it is now a matter of international “credibility.” It also doesn’t hurt, as Kerry noted that “if the U.S. is prepared to do the whole thing. The way we’ve done it previously in other places” […]

  • 15 Wildly Imaginative Zoo Ads

    Zoo advertising presents ad agencies with a lot of room for creativity, enabling them to go wild with colorful characters and playful themes. Sometimes, zoo adverts promote a specific event, or they can be used to celebrate the arrival of a new animal. Often the aim is also to inspire people to pay their local […]

  • 10 Common Mistakes Startup Businesses Make

    If you’re thinking of creating a new startup business and are putting in some research beforehand, you’ve come to the right place. There’s nothing like reading about the mistakes of those who came before you to help guide you toward the right path and help you avoid making unnecessary — not to mention time and […]