Have you seen what’s been dubbed “the greatest car commercial ever?” If you haven’t, don’t bother looking for it on TV. It’s online . . . and it’s racking up millions of viewers. Audi’s latest spot pits the “Old Spock” (Leonard Nimoy) vs. the “New Spock” (Zachary Quinto) in a promotion for the new Audi S7. (Watch the video below.) It’s engaging. It’s persuasive. It’s relevant. And it’s a great example of the impact and reach of video marketing. Marketers recognize videos like these play an increasingly important role in the marketing mix, yet many of us have questions about producing effective video campaigns –regardless of whether we have Audi-sized budgets or not. How can you squeeze every ounce of value from your investment, and use video not only to inform and entertain, but also to capture leads and drive revenue?...
Oh boy, the mention of Damon Lindelof can have a really negative effect on any entertainment property these days. He’s like a good scapegoat for displeased fans to lay blame on. If you haven’t seen Star Trek Into Darkness, then there are potential spoilers ahead.
[Click the title to jump to the article and read about the thinking behind whether or not to use *a certain character* in the new film.]
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