Advertising Blog Topic2020-12-30T17:19:27+00:00

INSIGHTS | ADVERTISING

Are You Ready for Some Commercials?!

Who's excited for the biggest advertising event of the year? We certainly are! And, we're sharing what we know so far in our video! Thank you to Ad Age for all their information and updates. To view the ads for Sunday's game that have already been released, click here. We hope you're as anxious about the commercials as we are and don't forget to check back with us next week as the BCG team sits down to talk through some of our favorites. Until then... Be Creative!

The One Where Outdoor Has Its Day

When it comes time to bring client brands to the marketplace, we pride ourselves on identifying the most effective and efficient media channels to achieve established marketing objectives. Today, with so many new technologies and digital marketing strategies available, we like to surprise our clients with a tactic or two that they haven’t considered (after all, it’s kind of what we’re here for). One that might not seem all that “new” is outdoor. But, most don’t realize that the outdoor media of today is most certainly not the outdoor media of years ago. In fact, outdoor advertising, or out-of-home

Keeping Connected AND Staying Creative

The digital world, the world of social media and online marketing, is constantly changing. Today, companies have a plethora of opportunities to enhance marketing capabilities with new platforms, more audience choices, and even changes instated by service vendors like Google. We find with this state of change comes renewed potential to enhance creativity. Yet so many teams don’t take advantage of it the way they could. This can manifest in two distinct ways: With an industry that evolves so rapidly, many become obsessed to keep up with what’s trendy. As a result, they cling to the shiniest and newest

Super Bowl Ads 2018: A Few of BCG’s Favorites

Sure, the Eagles pulled out a win over the Patriots in the big game yesterday. But, which advertisers won big? Here are some of the top picks from BCG team members... Touchdown Celebrations to Come | NFL | Super Bowl LII Commercial Budweiser 2018 Super Bowl Commercial | “Stand By You” DORITOS BLAZE vs. MTN DEW ICE | Super Bowl Commercial with Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman #GuacWorld :60 | 2018 Big Game Commercial | Avocados From Mexico Mobility Anthem | Toyota Want to see more ads from Super Bowl LII? Click here to view 2018 Super Bowl Commercials!

Trust, Its Loss and Its Opportunity

“Your word is your bond.” It’s a phrase we’ve all heard. But today, with the seemingly never-ending cases of corporate scandal, corruption, sensationalism and overpromising while under-delivering, it feels more often that words are just sales tactics and not the tacit agreement they once symbolized. And people have taken notice. In fact, they’re fed up with it. With the recent and persistent cascade of issues around big companies, it seems customers no longer believe corporations will do the right thing for the customer, for the environment or for the common good. The trust once inherent in organizations’ supportive customers

Looking Back on a Year of Statement Advertising

In many respects, 2017 was a big year. You can’t argue that it was a year filled with statements, movements and speaking out. In advertising, some companies chose to gamble by taking bold stances and/or becoming controversial voices. And for some, this approach ultimately paid off with large-scale notice and international accolades from professional institutions. In 2018, we expect to see even more companies trying to find opportunities to make big statements. If you’re thinking about advertising, regardless of whether you choose to take a funny or more serious tone, we recommend taking one extra step into boldness, to stand

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