Magazine Ads A New Decorating Idea
by Chuck Young
Without realizing it, I stumbled across a trend in decorating
that I had no idea existed. It seems that many people
are using vintage magazine ads as home decorations.
What I Learned From a Woman's Magazine
by David Leonhardt
It's amazing what you can learn about marketing if you
can just find the time to spend in a dentist's waiting
room. I was reading a certain woman's magazine, which
will remain nameless because of my allergy to lawsuits.
The magazine obviously has figured out what sells well,
given that it operates on a consistent formula.
Dont Expect to Bump Oprah From
A Magazine Cover
by Roman Pericon
I want a pony, a tree house and the fastest bike
in the world.
I want the G.I. Joe with the parachute and camouflage
Those wants from when we were children havent changed
much now that we have traded in our play clothes for suits
and ties. When I sit down with clients, I always ask them
what they want out of their publicity campaign so I can
create a realistic list of expectations.
Wired. It's More than the Name of
by Darin "Sid" Cameron
Recently I posted a couple of articles on my blog that
discussed the new products that were being introduced
at February's International Homebuilder's Tradeshow in
Orlando, and how they will ultimately change the way new
homes are built in the future. Some of the products are
novelty items (like a magnetic chalkboard door), some
are trendy (like a built-in coffee machine), but some
will truly change the landscape of new home construction
for years to come by addressing issues like environmental
changes (such as the plethora of recycled products designed
to reduce builder's consumption of wood).