B.L. Ochman and David Erickson cringe over unintentionally hilarious Let’s Get Social song featured during the Social Media World conference.
David Erickson discusses the Rolling Stone cover featuring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the embarrassingly fundamental misunderstanding of US history displayed thereon.
In AT&T’s series of home security commercials use humor instead of the typical use of fear to demonstrate the benefits of their home security system.
David Erickson, Albert Maruggi & B.L. Ochman discuss the publicity Ron Burgundy is generating as a result of the Anchorman 2 public relations campaign.
BlendTec continues its destructively entertaining Will It Blend? video marketing series by grinding up an iPhone 5C and an iPhone 5S in its blenders.
Author & Keynote Speaker Scott Stratten tells the story of how Delta airlines saved their brand from a lifetime of shunning with one well-timed tweet.
A tale of tortilla chip acrimony and the marketing lesson therein.
Evian has brought the dancing babies back for a reprise. Can’t go wrong with dancing babies.
This is a great example of how to do an effective promotional trailer for a comedy special. Louis C.K. pokes fun at the conventions of the traditional promotional trailer.
Great example of how to use humor in online training: The Daily Grovo illustrates the importance of privacy settings for Facebook’s new Graph Search feature.
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