Mother Los Angeles has created Postmates' first national TV campaign, which features Martha Stewart in a humorous series of spots that show her explaining how to cook recipes before finally telling people in a variety of quirky scenarios to "Postmate it" instead. "We wanted to show that there are many reasons people order food, and that Martha and Postmates approves of them all," says Mother Los Angeles' Joe Staples.
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Pepsi's new campaign from Motive, VaynerMedia and Acceleration taps DJ Khaled and Chrissy Teigen as influencers and features QR codes and graphics on bottles that consumers can scan to launch Instagram Stories that include around 250 branded augmented reality filters. The "Pepsi #Summergram" push also includes 25 15-second TV and digital ads, Giphy stickers for user-generated content, 2,300 outdoor billboards across the country and events in Los Angeles, Miami and Chicago.
MetLife, with FF New York, has created a campaign titled "The 100," which features stories from real people who bring to life the brand's statistics about financial stress. For example, Priscillia's story illustrates the plight of 33% of workers who feel less productive because of financial worries.
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Marty Swant explores how agencies are approaching the tricky task of proving return on investment of experiential advertising to clients, including Meta's development of a bespoke platform that determines ROI value from measuring behavioral data, social data, cultural data and psychographic data. Dotdotdash employs facial recognition and heat mapping to garner insights about why consumers interact with certain experiences.
An anonymous male creative director talks about gender inequality in advertising and men's reaction to the #MeToo movement. "There's not only a fear for men who don't want to be called out for their behavior, but there's also a slightly punishing tone," he says, explaining that some male staff are threatening to withhold mentoring and other opportunities for women.
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Grey Health & Wellness President Jason Kahner talks about the recent launch of the practice, which aims to transcend sector-only agency offerings. "Health and wellness is no longer a distinct, separate part of life," he says, noting that when the agency gets invited into health care requests for proposals, "we're hearing more than ever that they are searching for agencies with this broader purview."
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Google President Allan Thygesen recently shared the platform's plans to become a leader in "anticipatory marketing" by utilizing consumer data obtained through its myriad products and machine-learning algorithms, which will enable marketers to learn more about consumer intent and create promotional plans that "anticipate new opportunities for engaging customers," writes Udayan Bose. New types of ads, shopping platforms and privacy initiatives will make Google poised to capture a larger share of social media marketing spend, Bose predicts.
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Laughlin Constable took home nine awards, including "Best in Show," at the recent Public Relations Society of America Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter Paragon Awards ceremony. The agency and client the Wisconsin Department of Tourism also have been named finalists for the PRSA Silver Anvil Award. Click for details on PRSA awards Laughlin Constable and its clients won.