• ENGAGE:MEN
    Sports Content For Young Fans: Why It's Important, And What Big Media Can Learn From Dude Perfect
    Many millions of adults today probably remember their first Little League game, or their first time tying on a pair of cleats, or participating in any other sort of sport. Today, various studies examining the participation of young fans between 6 and 17 in organized sports teams put the total number of young fans as low 21.5 million and as high as 28.7 million, and that number only continues to grow. This statistic does not even account for those who start before the age of six. Indeed, 60% of boys and 47% of girls are already on teams by their ...
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    Calculated Risks Are The Way To Go
    Creating branded content for men can be a little tricky, but don't be afraid. By testing the waters, taking a few calculated risks and focusing on the things they clearly want, brands will see ROI if they are willing to take the leap. Whether "zigging" when others "zag," or being a little goofy and accessible, if men are a key part of your marketing strategy, there are effective methods for bringing them into the fold. Here are three tips to help guide your branded content targeted to men.
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    The Golden Age of Dadvertising
    As a dad-to-be on the verge of fatherhood (next week!), I couldn't be more excited to meet our son, see how he looks like me and my wife, show him awful card tricks, try and someday explain to him why "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" really is one of the greatest movies of all time, you know - dad stuff. I think I'd be crazy not to be nervous, all the classes, advice, and late-night reading can prepare you only for so much but the excitement calms most nerves. And while I'm not sure if it better prepared me to be ...
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    YouTube Tops Men's Summer Brand Rankings
    YouTube - star-maker, entertainment distributor, quirky pet archive and ad channel, - has topped the positive Buzz rankings with American men this summer. With a BrandIndex Buzz score of 27.4 the Google video brand has edged out Amazon and Subway for top spot during the month of July.