What is and isn’t a brand? How do we as a society create and perceive the brands of people and companies? And can you shape, define and build a brand that lasts?
A few weeks ago, I sat down with
Merely seeing the Disney or Apple logos will make you more creative. Why is that? What colors should you use if we want our logo to feel more exciting or rugged? Why does Amazon use orange and yellow
My inner nerd is screaming for joy! Star Wars can’t come fast enough:
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The good people at eMarketer just published an analysis of influencer marketing campaigns, and they concluded something a lot of people have learned first-hand: influencer marketing works.
Color has a profound effect on our attention and decision-making. For example, one color in particular will make you seem less credible to potential employers and clients.
In this ABC News interview
Every once in a while, I receive an email that makes me say “WTF” and “EWWWWWW” at the same f**king time. Today, I received one of those emails from Sarah H., a PR freelancer
Is marketing more of an art or a science? Or perhaps the better question is: how can you use the science of attention to master the art of marketing?
In this video interview with Behind The Brand
I’ve been thinking a lot about media as an industry for the last few months, especially how it has changed since my time at Mashable and where the new generation of media entrepreneurs are
A few weeks ago, I spoke at The Startup Conference in Redwood City, CA, where I gave an international audience of entrepreneurs, investors and executives a preview of my new book <a href="http://captivology.com