Hero. Inspiration. Just two of he words linked to daredevil Felix Baumgartner this week. In every picture or description of Baumgartner and his record-setting dive you’ll see one other name included alongside his – Red Bull, the primary sponsor of the event, dubbed Red Bull Stratos.
As a fan of the long-suffering Fighting Gamecocks of South Carolina and the perennial underachieving Atlanta Falcons, let me be the first to issue a message of condolence to my Duncan/Day and DFW brethren for the hit their Texas Longhorns and Dallas Cowboys fandom took this past weekend.
I’m at a loss for words on the Longhorns, but there is a silver lining to the Cowboys’ loss to the Ravens on Sunday – the lessons in risk-taking we can all take from the head Cowboy himself, Jason Garrett.
Lightening, surfing, leather jackets and hair metal. Did Milton Bradley go Inception on me as a child to create an ad that spoke directly to me?
When Facebook and Microsoft formed a partnership for banner ad syndication in August 2006, it marked the beginning of the social network’s rise to prominence in the realm of online advertising and marketing.
A little over a year later, in November 2007, Facebook introduced users and businesses to Facebook Ads and pages for brands – further solidifying its position in the online ad world. Now, Mark Zuckerberg & Co. are attempting to change the game yet again.
In the good ol’ days the price of a little shameless self-promotion was simply your own humility, but all that’s changed with Facebook’s latest announcement. This past Wednesday Facebook rolled out its latest feature – personalized promoted status updates. Anyone manning a brand page should be familiar with the practice.