Articles written by
Ken Hammond
October 29, 2012

Ad Club Celebrates Oktoberfest

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The Atlanta Ad Club recently celebrated Oktoberfest by sharing some of the most infamous beer commercials from around the world. Below are some of the most notable ads from the event. Tell us which ones you love, and share with us some of your personal fave beer commercials over the years.

October 18, 2012

Choose Your Hero

This past weekend was the New York Comic Convention, a major event that drew hardcore enthusiasts and casual spectators to celebrate their favorite heroes in the Big Apple. Not far behind this crowd were marketers, plotting ways to engage the unsuspecting crowd. Two of the most interesting and media worthy came from Craftsman Tools and Kia Motors.

August 22, 2012

The Magic of Positive Thinking

By 1991, Earvin “Magic” Johnson accomplished what most NBA players couldn’t fathom. Unfortunately, his legacy was in danger of being overshadowed by three letters: HIV. During the press conference where he announced his retirement, and what many saw as his death sentence, Magic made a comment that might have seemed like humor in the face of tragedy, “I plan to go on living a long time and bugging you like I always have.”

May 4, 2012

Nebo Debates the Future of Google+

Google+ Debate

Google+, Google’s latest attempt to harness the power of social media, has become integrated into many of the search giant’s products, from AdWords to YouTube. Unfortunately, Google+ has failed to engage users mirroring the failure of Google Wave and Google Buzz. Will continuing to support a failing product damage Google’s reputation beyond repair or is Google+ simply too big to fail?

March 16, 2012

The Pros & Cons of Irish Clients

In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we've decided to highlight some of our favorite clients: The Irish.

Rambunctious, slightly pugilistic, and always fun to be around, the Irish share many of the same pros and cons of our other clients; just with a few interesting quirks. Here's a list of some of the most interesting things we've observed in our experience with Irish clients.

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