Tag Archives: print campaigns

The Great Airbrush Debate—Results

No one can deny that Julia Roberts and Christy Turlington are beautiful, but maybe not as beautiful as they appear to be in recent print advertising campaigns.  The U.K’s Advertising Standards Authority has banned two cosmetic ads because they felt the “use of airbrushing and digital alterations” was “misleading and exaggerated the results of the […]

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The Great Airbrush Debate…

By now you have certainly read countless articles about those cosmetic ads featuring Julia Roberts and Christy Turlington being banned by the U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority for being “too airbrushed.”  In case you missed the discussion, you can read about it in New York Magazine. We want to know how you feel about this decision–take […]

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Campaign to Watch: Milk’s “Everything I Do Is Wrong”

Although articles appeared in several major media outlets (NY Times, WSJ), there hasn’t been a lot of buzz about the latest campaign from the California Milk Processor Board.  The campaign, “Everything I Do Is Wrong”, is “trying to boost sales of dairy milk to adult women by highlighting a benefit–relief of PMS symptoms.” But, here’s […]

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“Got Milk?” Turns to Peer-to-Peer Influence for Reaching Teen Girls

Thinking of using a celebrity for your next marketing to girls campaign?  You might want to think again.  Although Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez are popular, it’s peer-to-peer influence that may be the key to connecting your message with teen girls.  “We know teenage girls listen to each other and our goal is to leverage […]

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