Are you a fan of all those little videos and clips that keep popping up all over your Facebook newsfeed? Depending on your response, I have either great or terrible news for you. Expect more videos in your near future. Many more. In a recent article from Business Insider, it was revealed that ...Read moreFacebook is Coming for Youtube
Halloween is a time of year that everyone from 8 to 88 enjoys. The pillowcases full of candy, the costumes, and the “scare in the air” make for a memorable holiday. For years, brands have been taking part in the Halloween spirit as well. This year 70% of Americans are planning ...Read moreHalloween Advertising: Trick or Treat?
AdEase is proud to announce that the San Diego It’s Up to Us campaign was honored with this year’s Community Choice Award at Community Health Improvement Partners’ (CHIP) Crew Rendezvous event last night. The Community Choice Award honors organizations or campaigns for exemplary ...Read moreIt’s Up to Us Campaign Wins Community Choice Award
In an age when traditional advertising methods are shifting, with print revenues steadily declining, and audiences growing wary of branded messages, native advertising presents a solution. Native advertising, or the use of sponsored messages designed to blend in with the surrounding content and ...Read moreThe Debate for Native Ads
An article was recently posted on Printmag.com that sheds light on possibly one of the biggest creative advertising groups that you’ve never heard of. The Graphic Design Unit (GDU) is a department within the United Nations responsible for all their creative content all over the world. This 10 ...Read moreThe United Nations’ Creative Department
Twitter. Universally loved. Universally hated. One thing is for sure: whether you love or loathe Twitter, it is an essential tool for brands. Along with Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms, Twitter is an indispensable communications channel for brands and businesses alike to ...Read moreTwitter, Done Wrong
A recent post from Nationalreport.net made rounds this week titled, “Facebook To Begin Charging Users $2.99/mo Starting November 1st“. Naturally, the internet exploded. Users from all over expressed their outrage over the social media kingpin capitalizing on their growing 1.3 ...Read moreWould You Pay to Use Facebook?
Have you ever heard of the app, Tinder? In case you haven’t, Tinder is a very popular dating app, that allows users to sort through pictures of people near their geographic location and say either “yes” or “no” to if they’d like to meet them. A swipe to the ...Read more“Pitcher” Provides Agency Hook Ups
What do you do when half of your multi-billion-dollar fan-base begins to slip through your fingers, driving with them a storm of negative press? That’s the crisis the National Football League is currently handling, as a domestic violence scandal involving Ray Rice escalates into a full-on press ...Read moreThe NFL Takes a Beating Over Domestic Violence
Since the creation of the American interstate, road-side businesses have tried to capture the attention of passing motorists with the flashiest advertising. During the mid-twentieth-century, this came in the form of neon signs. Lodging, stores, and service stations would erect the most vibrant, ...Read moreRoadside Neon