With brands flooding our email inboxes with their statements about the coronavirus pandemic, it didn’t take long for consumer messaging fatigue to settle in. Here's what marketers need to say, and do, now.
What will happen to the shopping mall when the coronavirus crisis eases, when the stay-at-home orders are lifted and non-essential businesses are able to welcome customers back?
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NBCUniversal isn’t worried about ruffling a few feathers with its new streaming service. In fact, it’s hoping to.
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She captured a People's Choice Award from People's Daily, the largest newspaper group in China, but not everyone was pleased.
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Brands still on the fence about whether to buy Super Bowl air time may just have to hope for better luck next year. For the first time in five years, commercial spots have sold out, well ahead of the big game.
There was a lot of excitement in China this week about Xiomi Corp., as the world’s fourth-largest smartphone maker launched its very affordable 5G smartphone “for the masses.” Our expert shares some insights.