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January 2014

The ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ and the changing face of a criminal

Published January 25, 2014

Even before the release of Martin Scorsese’s much-acclaimed recent film, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” Jordan Belfort was still well-known. But now he has a level of exposure he couldn’t have begged for, even if it’s not all positive. And this brings up the persistent question: does bad publicity still exist? To those who haven’t yet seen the movie, Belfort is a notorious Read more »

Lululemon tries to recover from bad press

Published January 24, 2014

In a way, it’s fitting that Lululemon is well-known for it’s yoga pants, because the company is bending over backwards to repair its image after a PR flap. Last year, the company had something of an image nightmare on its hands, with quality problems concerning its athletic gear compounded by public statements seemingly blame the customers who were wearing them. The combination of a poor Read more »

‘Lost a bet’ campaign suffers from jarring contrast

Published January 23, 2014

If there’s ever been a better illustration of the importance of tone in your advertising, it can be seen in a new anti-gambling campaign. The Ohio Lottery Commission is apparently trying to step things up to spread the word about the dangers of gambling addiction, but its video strategy may seem a little misshapen to some. One of the videos leading this initiative starts out mock-serious, with Read more »

Marketers look to increase efficiency of digital campaigns in 2014

Published January 22, 2014

Thousands of marketing managers responded to a recent survey compiled by, detailing their priorities and goals for the upcoming year. Unsurprisingly, digital concerns led the list, with 67 percent describing their primary goal as increasing the efficiency of digital marketing campaigns, 64 percent emphasizing more engaging email marketing, and 61 percent hoping to see gains in their Read more »

Legal marijuana faces interesting advertising struggle

Published January 21, 2014

Localized marketing is usually an effective strategy because it incorporates what makes a particular place unique. It’s able to capture something about a town, or city that a national ad that has to cater to a wide audience might not be able to. This notion is particularly salient in Colorado right now, which recently legalized marijuana sales. The state faces a unique challenge in promoting Read more »

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