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The New Year has barely started its juggernaut pace towards 2015 and already, there are some exciting developments. Like news from Pizza Hut that they sold $1 million worth of pizza in 4 weeks – on Xbox!
If 2013 is any indication; we can expect a busy year when it comes to new stuff. Just check out the Kickstarter 2013 year in review.
Maybe click-baity headlines will become a thing of the pre-2014 era. Or at least we can hope that good content makers will get compensation if Headlines Against Humanity has anything to say about it (with or without hyperbole).
P&G’s chief brand officer had some pretty click-baity things to say about marketing. For example, he suggested that “digital marketing is dead.” Whuh-what!?!
One thing that’s not going away anytime soon – elegant design. As in the product design as well as the website design for the Pencil. Another great example is the easy to shop online e-tailer, Need Supply Co.
Will 2014 see the end to the “much hated” QR code? Will it bear witness to a new logo for the city of Toronto that doesn’t look like it has a ridiculous girl with pigtails stuck in its middle?
This week’s Pizza Friday includes Mike’s Top 5 as well as The Second Five. Plus, as a bonus you can check out Adweek’s Top 48 spots from 2013 compiled in a highly entertaining 5 minute video.
All that and a slice of pizza pie. That’s Pizza Friday.
Pizza Friday is Numantra’s weekly venue for reviewing the latest news, innovations and accomplishments in creative advertising taking place in our industry and the world at large.
We take a close look at the best and sometimes the worst our industry has to offer. Pizza Friday features a collection of news articles, creative advertising examples, videos, websites, and odd discoveries that help shed light on greatness and provide inspiration for even better ideas. You can learn a lot through the power of a peculiar perspective.
It’s even better in person. Come join us on any given Friday for a slice of pie and some fresh updates. It’s all free but it’s just not the same without you.
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