There’s some rumbling Apple might not unveil its hotly anticipated iPhone 5 tomorrow
. We could see the release of a newer model of the iPhone 4, according to the MacRumors grapevine.
Here’s something that’s hotly anticipated by adult film connoisseurs: “America’s Favorite Commercials Gone Porn,” from the skin mag Hustler
. The film parodies—so that’s why they’re calling it—popular ads, including Flo from the Progressive ads, except in this case she’s “Ho” from “Aggressive.” You can watch it below—except it is NSFW (and probably offensive). Be careful. Watch the other (mostly) NSFW trailers at Adweek
By the way, the parody ads are just in time for the launch of Advertising Week 2011
And now that it’s October, you’ll start seeing marketers scare up their annual Halloween tricks, but kids aren’t the only ones getting a treat. Mike’s Hard Lemonade has launched a “zombify” app through Facebook
as part of its “Keep the Party Screaming” campaign.
Speaking of Halloween, I can’t help but think about trick-or-treating around my neighborhood when I was a kid. Fortunately, all those nostalgic longings might be a Facebook group
Companies—big and small—are using online networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to help their businesses grow. Is your company one of them? To help you find out, here are 41 signs you might NOT be a social business
Meanwhile, the magazine industry—headed by Time, Inc.—is out to prove to marketers just how big the ROI is on its advertising space
Seems online news site Mashable has already proven itself
as an authority in social media, although expanding will prove to be its most difficult challenge.
Another challenge, at least for Hulu users, is getting around those annoying ads one might not like to see. However, now the company has introduced Ad Swap
, which at the very least, allows online streamers to opt for an alternative ad.
If only there were an alternative for saying goodbye, but that’s sadly what we have to say to Ted Pincus, a former Chicago Sun-Times
columnist and PR pro who lost his battle with cancer
this past week at the age of 78. Among his accolades, Pincus was the 2002 PRSA PR professional of the Year.
We must also say goodbye to Andy Rooney, or rather, the “60 Minutes” correspondent says goodbye to us
And now we say goodbye, but we’ll be back tomorrow.