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Google Rebrands Themselves Called Alphabet

As it seems Google is trying to turn into the Berkshires Hathaway of the internet. But the issue we see here is all of their pet projects are ventures that don’t many any income, infact they lose millions of dollars. Such as Calico, X Labs, Fiber, Google X are all money burners. I think it’s… Read more »

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Everything Is Design

Before even figuring out how something works, we are all a victim to the design or structure of product, place or thing. From logos, web design to user experience these are all important phases when your reach out to your target audience. Then comes the branding aspect, the colors, the icons, the logos, the feeling… Read more »

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Street Meat Interviews Phillip Chorba From Silver Linings Playbook

Street Meat is the first ever television internet show that takes the real conceptions in undisclosed locations from celebrity interviews, comedy and a musical band at the ending of the segment. The thing that really sets Street Meat apart aside from its flamboyant and exotic nature is that its themed around a portion of the… Read more »

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Hershey’s New Logo Disrupts The Public From Corporate Rebranding Efforts

Everyone knows their favorite chocolate company, Hershey associated with American chocolate. The company decided to announced a significant corporate rebranding that includes a new logo design and website development. Hershey believes that the new branding has created a “new, modern look and feel” for the company. The idea behind the new logo, according to Hershey,… Read more »

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Who Created The Ice Bucket Challenge?

Some marketing is purely invented, but some marketing takes on a lifestyle of it’s own, this is what happened with the Ice Bucket Challenge. That person’s name is Pete Frates. A former Boston College baseball player, Frates was diagnosed with ALS in 2011. On July 31 of this year, he challenged some friends and celebrities… Read more »

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How Did Paige Hathaway Became Famous

So how did Paige Hathaway become so famous on the internet? Content and consistency is how Hathaway did it, not to mention she’s extremely easy to look at it, which makes her way more marketable. Paige started building her following through Instagram, Twitter mostly, then lastly Facebook. Then onto her website which reels her audience… Read more »

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Matthew McConaughey Teach Us Rebranding

Matthew McConaughey last year he gave the performance of a lifetime in the movie called Dallas Buyers Club. The film received wide critical acclaim and has earned McConaughey a well deserved Oscar. Quite possibly you never even heard of it, because it went into the movie theaters just as fast it came out. Not to… Read more »

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2014 Super Bowl TV Commercials For The Top TV Spots

It’s the 2014 Super Bowl television commercials time and while the game goes on between the teams, mostly everyone cannot wait until the million dollars ad slot for the Super Bowl comes on. From the Budweiser’s Puppy Love, Full House Reunion for Dannon Oikos Yogurt to the Bud Light’s commercial of a random guy on… Read more »

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Twitter Launches Redesign For The Look Of Responsive Web Design

Twitter has decided to roll out a redesign responsive web version of the service for it’s website development. They decided to launch a refreshed look for twitter.com to reflect the look and feel of their iOS and Android apps so everything becomes full circle. The redesign looks way cleaner and simple, with tweets appearing on… Read more »

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How To Create A Successful YouTube Channel Like Jenna Marbles

So everyone has read the New York Times article on Jenna Marbles, “The Woman With 1 Billion Clicks, Jenna Marbles”, while some people were shocked of her success, Marbles has been diligently making weekly videos that attract her target audience between the ages of 12-18 year old and 75% are females. In the NYT article,… Read more »