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    It’s Christmas! Yeah! We made it through the holiday season with most of our sanity intact.

    A lot was accomplished in 2013: new product launches, client sites, mobile apps, even rescued a pup (now the official mascot of answerYES)… but we didn’t quite get to our annual holiday digital creation. So here is one we liked from the gang at Victors & Spoils, a Colorado Ad Agency based on crowdsourcing (see their Facebook App called Fan Machine to get an idea what that means).

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    Apple Water

    Apple Water

    Apple Water Ad

    During my visited to the archives I rediscovered this classic fake ad and decided I should post it here.

    Twice as many hydrogen atoms as there are oxygen atoms. Awesome! I’m sold.

    The original write up was on Scoopertino but since, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) student Zeyad Al-Madani created this video.

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    Google continues to help the digital marketer not just by offering tools and platforms for campaigns (e.g. Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Google AdSense), but also by sharing most valuable findings, insights, and collective experiences. A treasure trove of customer behavior data.

    The internet giant (re)launches Think Insights, an online destination created as a hub for marketing trends “real time” intended to strengthen the marriage of advertising and web.

    Learn what’s new on A Guide to Google’s Think Insights by Jason Cormier at Search Engine Watch.

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    In celebration of 40 years Down Under, McDonald’s will change the name of 13 restaurants to Macca’s for a month starting on Australia Day (that be today, mate).

    Give a lot of credit to McDonald’s for having fun with their brand… and to the ballsy Mad Men at DDB who pitched it.

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