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Conversations with Corbs #5 AI

Even though many see it as the antithesis of creative, AI might actually soon be a creative’s best friend. There are some pretty obvious applications for the tech from an advertising point of view – more precise targeting, live analytics and whatnot. But this is where it gets interesting. One of the great challenges creatives […]

Have you got a secret sauce?

Relatable. One of the secret ingredients in the special McAdvertising sauce. Same goes for the best jokes – in fact, even the best memes. 90% of online humour today is simply a graphical representation of a situation, thought or action that is relatable (more often than not enacted by cats, for some reason…). And the […]

Peering Into The Future Of Marketing With R/GA CEO Sean Lyons

“The human future comes to life more from creative behaviour than creative messaging. It’s about doing things in areas where the brand can authentically have a positive impact on their customer and in the world.” Some good insights here from Paul Talbot on the convergence of a human-centricity and the future of marketing. https://www.forbes.com/sites/paultalbot/2021/04/21/peering-into-the-future-of-marketing/?sh=6e06c61351b2

Is marriage on the menu for you?

For all the doughnut loving couples out there, what better way to tie the knot this Valentine’s day than in a drive-thru lane of a Dunkin’. ‘Marriage on the menu’, a great example of an experiential campaign in a pandemic ridden world from a quick-service restaurant chain. https://www.marketingdive.com/news/dunkin-offers-drive-thru-weddings-for-valentines-day/594100/