Marketing Daily
Friday, November 18, 2011
  • Herman Cain: Good And Bad News for Pizza Chain?

    While it's been 15 years since Herman Cain was the CEO of Godfather's Pizza, that association appears to be influencing consumer perceptions of the ... Read the whole story

  • Occupy What?

    If ever there was a group in America that could benefit from a public relations team, it's the Wall Street protesters. Read the whole story

  • Community Bankers Keep Up Push

    Bank Transfer Day may be over, but the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) is keeping up the push to encourage consumers to move ... Read the whole story

  • From Bieberlicious To Bleak, Bracing For Black Friday

    From launching Bieber-fever advertising to fending off media campaigns from overworked store associates, retailers are gearing up for what looks to be a bruising ... Read the whole story

  • Kids, Like Adults, Love Apple

    According to a survey conducted by Nielsen, Apple's iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone were the top three most desired consumer electronics gifts heading into ... Read the whole story

  • Levi's Creates Unified Voice, E-commerce Success

    How do you make a decentralized global apparel company without a single, cohesive voice around the world, no e-commerce, and a lagging digital presence ... Read the whole story

  • Buick Back With 'Wired' Pop-Up Tech-stravaganza

    Buick is back as presenting sponsor of the seventh annual Wired pop-up store, and this time it's the biggest to date, at over 10,000 ... Read the whole story

  • Live-blogging Has Huge Potential

    Live-blogging is a novel and extremely engaging way for brands (and individual bloggers) to deliver interesting content that readers value. Read the whole story