Month: October 2019

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The Lyrics to ‘I Will Survive’ Become Powerful Words of Defiance in This Cancer PSA

In the U.K., a woman dies of ovarian cancer every two hours. While that frequency is decidedly alarming, aggressive research and treatment has prevented the

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Massage Therapists' Association of Nova Scotia: You'll Feel the Difference

This campaign was designed to raise awareness of the benefits of massage therapy. mtans_digitalbillboard_oct-24-2019_1728x864_1.jpg   mtans_digitalbillboard_oct-24-2019_1728x864_2.jpg   mtans_digitalbillboard_oct-24-2019_1728x864_3.jpg   Source link

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Google’s Nest Doorbell Wanted Spooky Halloween Sounds, So It Asked Monsters to Audition

The Hello Nest Doorbell and Google Nest are allowing users to outfit their homes with the spooky spirit to replace their current doorbell rings. Equipped

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VOO Telecom: Video Call Art

To promote its fastest internet at Belgium’s biggest modern and digital art festival ‘KIKK’, VOO telecom launched modern art imagery that turned out to be

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Susan Desmond-Hellmann Steps Down From Facebook’s Board of Directors

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Susan Desmond-Hellmann stepped down from Facebook’s board of directors, effective Wednesday. Desmond-Hellmann joined the social network’s board in March

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l'Émouleur: Halloween

Part of Collection Halloween Collection69 Ads in this collection.View Collection emouleur-en.jpg   Source link

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Best ads of 2019: LinkedIn, HP, Canal+ feature in October

London agency BMB’s debut for LinkedIn: straight to the point with ‘real stories’ that, for once, seem convincing. Goodby Silverstein for HP. Does anyone like

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For Halloween, We Asked Marketers What Spooks Them About the Industry

(For our daily newsletter, First Things First, we provide tips on career and workplace strategy. You can sign up for FTF here, and if you’re

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London Dairy: New Flavour Campaign

Announcement proposal for a new flavour. london-dairy-01.jpg   london-dairy-02.jpg   london-dairy-03.jpg   london-dairy-04.jpg   Source link

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Who pays for political ads on Twitter anyway? Data is the true cost

Twitter used to be seen as a place for free advertising distribution in political circles. Parties would put together a nice visual with a memorable