Amazon Astro Robot
Episode 363 - October 16, 2021
- Jerks Are Jerks, Online Or Off
- Sleep Number Content Marketing
- 5 New Twitter Features
- Hilarious Mock Condom Ads
- Amanda Goreman's Poetic Justice
- Stadium Marketing
- Branded NFTs
- Survey Marketing
- Google Tuner & Lego Stratocaster
- Seasonal Salted Nut Rolls
- Amazon Personal Bots
- Facebook Whistleblowers
- Fake Reviews
- A Pathetic Pitch
- Clubhouse Shorting Creators
- Local Customer Review Facts
Jerks Are Jerks Online Or Off
New research indicates the internet doesn't make people act like jerks, but it sure gives the jerks a big megaphone.
What then explains 'the hostility gap'? Online environments do not turn nice people into trolls. Those who are mean to you online would be equally mean to you offline. Both online and offline hostility is driven by status concerns. (7/10) pic.twitter.com/uWDfC06L8T— Michael Bang Petersen (@M_B_Petersen) July 19, 2021
Content By Sleep Number
Sleep Number’s content marketing TV advertising campaign.
5 New Twitter Features
New features are being added to Twitter every day.
Starting today, we’re trying something different and testing a new ad format in Tweet conversations. If you’re a part of this test (which is global; on iOS & Android only), you’ll see ads after the first, third or eighth reply under a Tweet. 🗣️ pic.twitter.com/kvIGeYt2vp— bruce.falck() 🦗 (@boo) October 13, 2021
Amanda Gorman’s Poetic Justice
Experiential Marketing: Drawing Fans Back To Stadiums
Big Brands Experiment With Something No One Understands
Branded NFTs offer passionate customers collectible virtual goods that generate brand engagement, unlock new experiences, foster a passionate community, add new revenue, and will be critical assets for upcoming virtual worlds.
Marketing A Survey
Lego Stratocaster & Amp
Amazon’s Creepy Robot
Frances Haugen is straight out of central casting.