Marketing Daily
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
  • Pringles To Return To Super Bowl

    Pringles, which launched its Flavor Stacking campaign during last year's game, will continue it with new, not yet previewed, creative from Grey. Read the whole story

  • Millennials Interested In Driving After All

    Hagerty found the nation's largest generation isn't as anti-driving as once thought, but anxiety about autonomous vehicles persists across age groups. Read the whole story

  • Spotify, Ellen DeGeneres To Launch Cross-Promo Partnership

    The talk show host and comedian gets to showcase her favorite music, plus the music played by guests on her show, on Spotify hub. Read the whole story

  • Inflation Refocusing Consumer Preferences

    Valassis expects "tremendous acceleration from marketers as they find new ways to make shopping more convenient" and value-driven. Read the whole story

  • Q&A: How Car Dealers Are Embracing Social Media

    "Before there were actual commerce platforms on social media, people were using social media to sell their cars,"'s Brooke Skinner Ricketts says. Read the whole story

  • Holiday Campaigns Continue To Roll Out Across The World

    Hershey's Bells" campaign is expanding into an interactive experience inviting people via Instagram Stories to play and hear new bell sounds, thanks to Dentsu … Read the whole story

  • II Makiage Supports Makeup Maximization

    II Makiage is taking on the trend towards fresh-faced no makeup with the beauty brand's "Rules for Behaving at the Annual Holiday Party." Read the whole story

  • Saucony Breaks "We Who Run" Campaign

    Campaign includes a four-episode video series featuring global runners explaining their reasons for participating in the sport. Read the whole story