Movie Marketing Millennia

Yesterday I published my 1,000th movie marketing recap column/blog post. 1,000. It’s hard to believe. I certainly never would have guessed I’d hit a milestone…

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No, I Won’t Be Deleting My Old Tweets

In the couple weeks following Marvel Studios’ firing of James Gunn from his role as director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, there have…

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This Week Elsewhere – Week of 8/10/18

The Hollywood Reporter 'The Meg' Knows What It's Selling: Jason Statham vs. Giant Shark: Whatever the box office fate of The Meg — Warner Bros.'…

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The Key to Increased Productivity is Mass Transit Systems

I can’t rightly argue with any of the points made by Stephanie Braun at the Ladders blog when she says self-driving cars could open up…

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I Won’t Outsource My Success

There have been a couple stories in the last few weeks about how a new novel or TV show or something has been announced after…

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This Week Elsewhere – Week of 8/3/18

Adweek These Are the 8 Best Movie Marketing Campaigns of 2018 (So Far): Amid all that, a handful of campaigns have really jumped out as…

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Who Needs to Maintain a Blog? Everyone.

You see posts like this all the time: “Do [Insert Name of Professional Category] Need a Blog?” Let’s just get this out there right now…

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People Want to Stay in Their Jobs, Companies Should Encourage That

A new study shared here reveals 86% those aged 25-35 - roughly “Millennials” - would prefer to remain in their current job if given the…

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Slogans

It’s great that the Democratic party has a new slogan heading into the 2018 midterm elections. I even like it, as it conveys the party’s…

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Demonstrating Responsibility to Users is Apparently Bad for Business

If you still require proof that the financial community is completely uninterested in the long-term health of businesses - much less the customers and users…

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