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Snapchat is Not for Advertisers (Weekly Roundup: April 17)

Posted by Samantha Stallard on April 21, 2017

 

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

A Good Week For Bad Press (Weekly Roundup: April 10)

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on April 14, 2017

 

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

4 Killer Brand Activations and Integrations from March Madness 2017

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on April 12, 2017

The NCAA Tournament, otherwise known as March Madness, is three weeks of controlled chaos - complete with brackets, basketball, and brand activations. With 68 teams on the battlefield, four of which are eliminated even before the first round, the entire tournament is single-elimination and divided into four regions: the East, West, Midwest, and South. Winning the tournament requires six victories in a row, and, on April 3, North Carolina inched to victory with a 71-65 win over Gonzaga in Glendale, Ariz.

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Topics: music, events, brand experiences

Pass the Coca-Cola (Weekly Roundup: April 03)

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on April 7, 2017

 

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

Score Big at March Madness (Weekly Roundup: March 27)

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on March 31, 2017

 

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

Activate This: 5 Upcoming Music Festivals Your Brand Needs to Be At

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on March 29, 2017


Last spring, we highlighted 5 events that your brand needed to be at, including everything from art shows to college basketball games. This year, we're honing in on the event genre that the biggest brands are pouring their experiential marketing efforts into the most - music festivals. Whether a one-day headliner or dozens of artists spread out over multiple weekends, music festivals have blown up in the last decade as fans crave bigger and better IRL experiences.

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Topics: pop culture, events, music festivals, brand experiences

Get Your Fringe Vest Off of My Festival (Weekly Roundup: March 20)

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on March 24, 2017

 

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

Keep SXSW Weird (Weekly Roundup: March 13)

Posted by Samantha Stallard on March 17, 2017

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

240 Calories, 0 Ad Spend (Weekly Roundup: March 06)

Posted by Gabriella Prieto on March 10, 2017

Every Friday, the P2Blog will feature five industry articles that are trending, relevant, shocking, hilarious, or rediscovered. The Weekly Roundup is a curated list of what Pop2Life is sharing around the office - complete with our thoughts and on-point opinions (IMNSHO).

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Topics: pop culture, news, experiential marketing, events

6 Questions to Ask in Every Post-Event Survey

Posted by Samantha Stallard on March 6, 2017

We’ve already detailed the importance of sending your event attendees a post-event email. Branded events are designed to promote positive feelings among your consumers and maintain those feelings, along with loyalty, long after the event has ended. With a clear focus on maintaining and nurturing that positivity, follow-up emails exist as an opportunity for attendees to share their opinions and feel valued by your brand.

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Topics: experiential marketing, events, go beyond

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