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Facebook ads aim to boost esteem in women




A new campaign from Ogilvy UK, currently running in Australia and Brazil, the Dove Ad Makeover, passes the power of advertising to women by displacing negative ads with empowering, positive messages sent through a Facebook application, found at facebook.com/dove. “Dove






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The Rough Diamond: Fostering New Talent in Today’s Digital Age




There are many challenges we as marketers face in today’s digital age, such as the constant evolution of technology, changes in the consumer landscape, social innovation, collaboration, environmental sustainability and transparency to name a few biggies. But what about the






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The Not-So-Standard Rules of Engagement with Digital Consumers.




Brandon Berger, Ogilvy & Mather Chief Digital Officer Worldwide, presented The Not-So-Standard Rules of Engagement with Today’s Tomorrow’s Yesterday’s Digital Consumers at the Consumer Engagement Technology World (CETW) conference in San Francisco on Thursday, March 29th. What we think we






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Social Media & Employee Backlash: How to Respond to Criticism




One of the most surprising public relations kerfuffles to hit Goldman Sachs came on March 14th with Greg Smith’s exhortation in the now infamous New York Times Op-Ed, “Why I am Leaving Goldman Sachs.” “I believe I have worked here






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Display Adverstising: Pay-Per-Touch?




A brief history of CTR: When the first display banners appeared in the 90’s, they were greeted with much fan fare and significantly higher Click Through Rate (CTR) as compared with today’s CTR. Over the years, display advertising has been






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Digital Marketing: Rethinking the Paid, Owned, Earned model




In his presentation, “The DigiMarketing Imperative”, Chief Operating Officer of Ogilvy & Mather Asia Pacific, Kent Wertime, advocates a shift from the POE (paid, owned, earned) paradigm to a new PUC (participation, utility and contribution) approach. “The core of the






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Facebook Timeline: From Migration to Adoption


















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Social@Ogilvy to transform business solutions




Ogilvy & Mather Launches New Cross-Discipline Social Media Practice   Read about it in the New York Times. New York, NY, February 13, 2012 — Ogilvy & Mather announced today the launch of Social@Ogilvy, a worldwide practice connecting all of






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Brands & the New Era of YouTube




Do Not Redesign Your YouTube Channel Until You Read This We are on the cusp of a new phase in the life of Google’s video juggernaut YouTube; a phase that adds significant benefits for brands that have adopted digital content






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The changing consumer mindset

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In the last few years there has been a behavioral change among people due to the ever-increasing, widely available and socially-charged technology tools. Whether it be through social media sites, mobile phone apps, personal computers or tablets, people are connected






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