No, not the way you think. I don’t wear hats to cover up my thinning hair – at least not yet. I don’t wear hats to promote my favorite team. I don’t have a signature hat… BUT I do wear a lot of hats. I’m a photographer and I am a videographer. I’ve done these … Continue reading I’m a Hat Guy
I’ve long been an fan of infomercials and television advertising – or as I prefer to describe it, “a student of the pitch.’ I’m not crazy mind you, I do prefer commercial free broadcasts, have time-shifted since the age of the VCR and have been known to pause a DVR long enough to get ahead … Continue reading Free, free, free.
Did you blink and miss it? Well, the concept of backing “American-made” has of course been around a while – and it will make the rounds again, for sure – with or without the White House. July 16 through 22, by proclamation of POTUS 45, was the first Made in America Week and the … Continue reading Made in America ‘Weak’
Which POTUS was it that was chided (perhaps unfairly), as amazed by grocery scanning technology? Well, everyone but him has probably noticed the way some strore brand or private-label brands of consumer packaged goods mimic the national brands’ packaging. I enjoy studying knockoffs. Sometimes I do a double-take, looking at a package for a product … Continue reading “Oops. That’s not what I meant to buy…” Or, “On Brand Recognition”
Originally Published on LinkedIn, January 23, 2017 As a child of the 70s, I grew up enjoying what I think of as the golden age in television music - both in advertising jingles and as I see it theme songs and scores for the shows themselves. – much of it surviving and rebroadcast from the … Continue reading Branding Through Music, A Lost Art?