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Super Bowl, the rules of the game

This article explores Super Bowl advertising, explaining how it has changed over the last decade and describing how big brands have used their ad-spots effectively. It shows that today's Super Bowl ads have their own campaign starting 30 to 60 days before airing, with trailers, PR and social outreach leading up to launch.
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The rise of the digital omnivore

comScore figures show that mobile advertising spending should rise to reflect consumer habits.

International Ad Forecast

Predicted advertising expenditure across 12 key markets, including the USA, for the next two years.

4A's Jay Chiat Awards

These awards recognise excellence in strategic thinking that inspires creative work.

North American Effies

The Effie Awards champion the practice and practitioners of marketing effectiveness.

Latest case studies

REI: #OptOutside

This case study describes a campaign by US retailer REI that encouraged people to spend time outdoors by closing its doors on the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday.

Coke Zero: Drinkable advertising

This case study describes how Coke Zero, a Coca-Cola brand, created Drinkable Advertising in the US in order to drive trial among millennials as 80% of them have never tried Coke Zero.

LiveOnNY: Long Live New York

This case study shows how LiveOnNY, a nonprofit New York organisation for organ, eye and tissue donation, increased brand awareness and participation using a short animated video.

National Football League: Listen - Help end domestic violence and sexual assault

This case study describes a campaign for the NFL, in which the US sports organisation addressed negative public perceptions by sparking a social media debate around the Super Bowl.

Latest articles

How Chase marketed to Chinese Americans, helping them master technology

This event report explains how JPMorgan Chase leveraged cultural insights about the Chinese-American community to help promote its suite of digital services.

Beyond Pink: Women in advertising

This paper considers the changes in brand communications with women, how pro-female and empowerment rhetoric is gaining prevalence.

How diversity drives performance at Disney

This event report explains how The Walt Disney Co is using supplier diversity as a leadership philosophy and a brand-building tool.

How toiletries brands are using social media

This report describes how toiletries brands are using social media to engage with their consumers in the United States and North America.

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