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With 3 billion eyes glued to the World Cup over the course of a month, a lot of advertising dollars are pushed in its general direction....

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Communications, Industry News | June 4, 2014

(Kim Braesch) Net neutrality’s demise may have a greater impact than just a longer load time on your Hulu videos. ...

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | May 15, 2014

(Kim Braesch) Sometimes logos change for the better and sometimes they completely miss the mark....

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | April 1, 2014

The Myspaceification of Facebook...

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Industry News, Jacksonville Ad Agency | March 14, 2014

Google developing a way to cross digital boundaries......

Embrace them or neglect them, they're here to stay....

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, International, Jacksonville Ad Agency | January 27, 2014

World Cup > Super Bowl > Winter Olympics...

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Agency News, Jacksonville Ad Agency | September 17, 2013

September through December is always my favorite time for TV. TV limps through the summer without its big lineup and instead offers a smattering of game shows....

Posted by ryanblair in Communications, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | August 14, 2013

All loyal Apple users should abandon all hope of Apple returning to the creative behemoth that they once were....

Posted by colin in Industry News, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | August 13, 2013

DOTA 2 tournament, jacksonville ad agency, microtransactions...

Posted by ryanblair in Creative, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | March 18, 2013

Last Saturday I was at the beach with some friends and family, soaking up the Florida sun. ...

Posted by michele in Advertising, Media, Social Media | October 31, 2012

I view social media as a necessary evil of our time. I can’t pinpoint when exactly it became so prominent, but the evolution has been swift and unyielding....

Posted by michele in Advertising, Agency News, Creative | September 13, 2012

We are happy to announce that our agency will be participating in this year’s National Park(ing) Day!...

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Communications, Jacksonville Ad Agency | September 1, 2012

"Dude, you're getting a Dell"! Remember that? These and countless others were staples of strong marketing campaigns that led to the growth of emerging companies...

If you are a watcher of HBO and any of their Original Series programming, you may have gotten a glimpse of their new show The Newsroom...

Posted by michele in Advertising, International, Jacksonville Ad Agency | July 20, 2012

As I scribe my first blog after returning from abroad, I choose the subject of foreign marketing. We are constantly inundated with advertisements...

I met a fellow from Australia this past weekend, and as we were watching a the Italy/England "football match" or as we would call, soccer game....

Posted by ryanblair in International, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | June 20, 2012

This November will find millions of Americans at the polls to determine who will be the face of our nation for the next four years....

Where has all the trust gone? Well, I'll tell you exactly where it's gone... After decades of false advertising.. It's gone to the "land of the missing sock"...

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Community, Jacksonville Ad Agency | June 14, 2012

The fundamental problem with an advertising campaign that incorporates a statement like "All In", is that not only does it carry with it a lot of expectations.....

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Jacksonville Ad Agency, Media | May 29, 2012

The recent tropical storm made me think about how important diversifying communication efforts in a business can be....

Right now, at your fingertips, you have a limitless compendium of information. ...

Posted by ryanblair in Advertising, Communications, Creative | May 7, 2012

The modern-day consumer is flooded with advertisements throughout the day. Why should movies and video games deviate from that successful formula?...