Marketing Maestros

The iPad Gets Wired

Posted: May 26, 2010 12:00am ET BY Susan Burke

Wired magazine is now available on the iPad via a rich app, which enables users to read all content available in the print edition of the magazine and enjoy additional multi-media enhancements for $4.99 per issue.


Facebook (And Other Websites) Banned from Pakistan

Posted: May 21, 2010 12:00am ET BY Cara Brooke Schultz

Social media is popular in Pakistan with about 25 million people regular Internet users, however those 25 million people will need to live without Facebook and other social networking sites for an indefinite amount of time.


The FTC Gives Tweens an “Ad-ucation”

Posted: May 12, 2010 12:00am ET BY Cara Brooke Schultz

Can a video game be used as an educational tool? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) would like to think so.


Procure This!

Posted: Apr 23, 2010 12:00am ET BY Bill Duggan, Group EVP, ANA

ANA’s Advertising Financial Management runs Sunday-Wednesday in Florida. For the first time ever, this annual event is sold out. 400+ people will be in attendance and many of these attendees will be client procurement/sourcing people.


Your Tweets Have a New Home...Welcome to The Library of Congress

Posted: Apr 16, 2010 12:00am ET BY Cara Brooke Schultz

Did you think the tweet you wrote publicly pronouncing your love for a new product would stay in “twitterspace” forever? The idea that tweets would slowly dissolve into Internet space is no longer!


From Thanksgiving Turkey to Springtime Favorite

Posted: Apr 14, 2010 12:00am ET BY Duke Fanelli, CMO at the ANA

I maybe a bit late to the party, but I was thinking about Tiger Woods and the hype surrounding his decision to play at the Masters Tournament. I have to admit, for all intents and purpose he played masterly…yeah some bad shots and he was highly critical of his own play, but he finished Sunday tied for fourth (-11 under par).


Excuse Me Ma’am, It’s $65 Extra For Oxygen….

Posted: Apr 8, 2010 12:00am ET BY Cara Brooke Schultz

Recently two airlines have been in the hot seat with passengers—Spirit Airlines and Ryanair—for charging what most people deem ridiculous extra fees. Spirit Airlines announced on Tuesday that it will now be charging customers for carry-on baggage.