Welcome to another episode of Mind Your Marketing – the weekly podcast that covers all of the latest marketing news and trending ad spots. Show notes are below!
This week we’re discussing:
-Why Twitter is labeling political ads
-Facebook is testing splitting its Newsfeed in two
-KFC is following 11 herbs and spices on Twitter
-Budweiser and Lyft are teaming up with 1930’s cars
-Going live on Instagram with two people
PLUS, Ad Campaigns:
-Burger King is bullying their burgers
-Will Ferrell promotes a device free dinner with Xfinity
-Bud Light continues to make fun of Millennials
-Bite-sized horror films from Mars
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As always, thanks for watching. Find the ads we discussed below, and be sure to subscribe to Mind Your Marketing wherever you listen to podcasts.
Ad spots (and news) we covered:
1. Steve Aoki in the new “I Move Me” campaign from Asics
2. Budweiser’s new 1933 Repeal Reserve Ad
3. SeatGeek – Fake Klay Thompson
4. Burger King – Bullying Jr.
Client: Burger King
Agency: David Miami
5. Common Sense Media – Device Free Dinner
Client: Common Sense Media
Agency: Goodby Silverstein & Partners
6. Bud Light – Keep It Bud Light
7. Mars – Bite Sized Horror – See all 4 ads here
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