Facebook has confirmed it’s now testing a new Reactions feature in Ireland and Spain which may be soon rolled out worldwide. Essentially the Reactions feature is similar to the traditional ‘Like’ button but it provides users with a spectrum of emotional responses. The new addition will allow users to Like,
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In the past supercomputing was only accessible to large corporations who could afford to fork out tens of millions of dollars to set them up. However, with the rapid advancement of technology, computing has become much more affordable and accessible. Nowadays you don’t have to spend millions of dollars to
The NFL Super Bowl is the world’s most sought after advertising space, however, is it really worth the money?
In 2015 over 114 million people watched the Super Bowl making it the most viewed program on television in America. A 30 second ad spot during the Super Bowl costs around $4M
Everyone knows who Kim Kardashian is, unless of course you have been living under a very very large rock. Kim Kardashian is…. well famous for being famous.
Most brands have far more value than Kim Kardashian, so why is she more famous? Every brand should strive towards being famous, and it’s
Ambush is a key tactic in war and McDonald’s executives have had to endure an ambush of a bizarre nature.
Burger King’s attempt to create a unified “McWhopper” in order to raise awareness of the ‘Peace One Day’ charity were met with an entirely predictable reaction; media outlets all over the
Facebook has just released a new call-to-action button for company pages.
The call to action button sits on the right hand side of a page’s cover photo and will take users directly to your app or website.
In the mid 90’s Bart Simpson sold his soul to Millhouse for a mere $5. After a series of calamities he realised that life isn’t the same without a soul.
Fast forward twenty years and it appears that brands haven’t learnt a thing from the world’s favourite animated bad boy.