Played Joe the Policeman in the What's Going Down episode of That's My Mama.

Protect your company's bank account - News9.com - Oklahoma City, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports |

news9.com — Here's a sobering thought for anyone who has a small business account: If your account gets hacked and thieves break in, you're not going to get your money back. Unlike consumers, small businesses are on their own. The FDIC does not insure small business bank accounts for cybertheft (although it does insure them for other types of theft up to $100,000).

The chips are down for Chipotle, but not for long

campaignlive.com — In 2013, Chipotle released a haunting animated video featuring a scarecrow that observes the horrors of automated farming. Set to Fiona Apple's rendition of "Pure Imagination," the ad went on to win CAA Marketing a Grand Prix at Cannes the following year.
Feb 11, 2016

Humility wins the day....The chips are down for Chipotle, but not for long bit.ly/1PPCtga via @campaignliveus #marketing #food

Accelerating digital learning: How to use data from classroom devices

ibmbigdatahub.com — Digital learning is the default mode for most kids today, as they're constantly connected to smartphones, tablets and laptops. Many educators are taking note of this important trend and adjusting curriculums accordingly. Last year, the Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, New York, became the first school in the US to use an all-digital textbook library, according to CBS News.
Feb 10, 2016

"Accelerating digital learning: How to use data from classroom devices" ibmbigdatahub.com/blog/accelerat…

Second-Screening The ‘Big Game’: A Guide To Advertising Interceptions

cmo.com — During this year's Super Bowl, some advertisers will be out to make interceptions, too. Some 118 million or so people are likely to tune into the big game on CBS. If past viewing patterns are any guide, more than half will be dividing their attention between the TV screen and the device on their laps or in their hands.

Facebook vs. YouTube: Which is the best viral platform for Super Bowl ads?

prweek.com — NEW YORK: Pokémon last week became the first Super Bowl advertiser to release an ad before the big game. It was also the first to make what some said was a huge blunder. The brand posted the ad on its Facebook feed - not in Facebook's native video format but as a YouTube link.

Facebook vs. YouTube: Which is the best viral platform for Super Bowl ads?

campaignlive.com — Pokémon last week became the first Super Bowl advertiser to release an ad before the big game. It was also the first to make what some said was a huge blunder. The brand posted the ad on its Facebook feed - not in Facebook's native video format but as a YouTube link.
Feb 04, 2016

Facebook vs. YouTube: Which is the best viral platform for Super Bowl ads? bit.ly/1VQUo6k via @campaignliveus

Feb 07, 2016

Which is better for video: Facebook or YouTube? (Told through the perspective of Super Bowl ads) campaignlive.com/article/facebo…

Hacking the Super Bowl: Get your brand noticed for less than $10M a minute

campaignlive.com — Consumer electronics brand Vizio this month lobbed a to its 29,000 followers offering a coveted prize: tickets to the #biggame. Though most probably guessed what game Vizio is talking about, consumers wouldn't know for sure until they read the official rules for the brand's Ultra Game Plan Sweepstakes.
Jan 28, 2016

Super Bowl Hack: Get your brand noticed for less than $10M a minute bit.ly/1lXotEI via @campaignliveus #SB2016 #oreos #marketing

NFC packaging updates the lowly QR code, but will consumers care?

campaignlive.com — There's an old saying in marketing that one should "let the product do the talking." Now some are taking that advice literally. In the last year or so, several brands have added components to their packaging that let consumers use their smartphones to interact with the products in stores.
Jan 20, 2016

NFC packaging updates the lowly QR code, but will consumers care? bit.ly/1nyjE6m via @campaignliveus

Interbrand: ‘Hybrid Living,’ ‘Elastic Tech,’ And ‘Tribalism’ Are Coming Your Way

cmo.com — The Internet's evolution from a PC connectivity feature to a force that helps consumers run and shape their lives has opened up new targeting possibilities for brands in 2016. How many? According to Interbrand and digital marketing agency Ready Set Rocket, marketers can tap seven major trends to grow their brands this year.

The next frontier in mobile advertising: Messaging apps

campaignlive.com — Last year, Dutch airline KLM's social media presence took an unexpected detour onto the messaging platform WhatsApp. The effort gave 100 members of the airline's Flying Blue frequent-flier program the opportunity to use the app to ask airline reps service-related questions about booking requests, updates and seat selection.
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Feb 12, 2016

Thumbs down on Apple's Magic Mouse. It kept bringing up the menu on every click. Got an uglier Logitech mouse that works 100% better

Feb 10, 2016

NYT commenter has a good point: Why can pols spend 95% of their time looking for another job & still get paid 100%? nytimes.com/2016/02/11/us/…

Feb 08, 2016

Just had to watch this Rubio train wreck one more time. Not often you see a campaign crumble in 6 mins youtube.com/watch?v=U_Gg6g…

Feb 04, 2016

RT @CampaignLiveUS: Facebook vs. YouTube: Which is the best viral platform for Super Bowl ads? t.co/Z2nj8ggA2P #SB50 t.co/khMSicg6sg


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