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Young adults more likely to read in print!

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Pew Internet Research study has discovered that while e-reading is becoming increasingly popular, it is still eclipsed by the everlasting popularity of print.

Mobile Surpasses PCs for Time Spent On Media Activities

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

U.S. adults will spend nearly 44% of their overall media time with digital this year, including nearly 20% on mobile--compared to 19.2% on laptops and PCs.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost TV Commercial, 'Bounces Back' Featuring Kristen Bell

Neutrogena Hydro Boost TV Commercial, 'Bounces Back' Featuring Kristen Bell


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Actress Kristen Bell celebrates Neutrogena's Hydro Boost Water Gel with hylaluronic acid. This water gel promises to refresh and plump skin cells for supple, hydrated skin that bounces back. Neutrogena now has a line of Hydro Boost skincare products.

Most Influential: TV, Followed by Newspapers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

American consumers say the advertising medium most influential in their purchase decision is by far, TV (37.2%), followed by newspapers (10.6%), the Internet (5.6%), and magazines (4.4%).

We’ll give you three… er, two minutes.

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

From Jim Metrock: Channel One has never been popular in Massachusetts.  Does the name “Billerica” sound familiar? It’s hilarious how the Dudley-Charlton school district in Dudley, MA “honors” their Channel One contract. Channel One’s contract states: 4) The School agrees to receive the Channel One News programs from Channel One and to show the entire daily newscast to students enrolled in grades six and above. The School will show Channel One News at a time or times of its choosing, provided that (1) Channel One News must be shown on at least 90% of the days that school is in session and Channel One News is broadcast, (2) Channel One News must be shown when students are present and seated in a homeroom or classroom setting (i.e. not before school, after school or during lunch) T0 which these school administrators say: why don’t we compromise. Channel One your TV show is 12 minutes long.  How about let’s agree to show 2 minutes of it. Does that work for you?   Well, that doesn’t work for Channel One because that means the students will not see any advertising.  That will upset the advertisers (if they ever find out) and that will […]

College Newspapers are the Best Read Medium on Campus

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Results from Alloy Media Marketing's College Newspaper Audience study. The report provides valuable data indicating college newspapers continue to reign as a top mass media choice among today's college students.

Everything is Better with Best Friends!

Everything is Better with Best Friends!


BabySavers

Some things just aren't the same without your best friend, so grab this Neutrogena Buy 2 Get 1 Free printable coupon and get glowing with a friend!

Millennials Say Combo of Digital and Offline Ads Most Influential

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Despite being digital natives, 45% of Millennials say that digital and traditional advertising works better in combination in influencing their brand decisions, compared to either as a standalone channel.

Facebook Ads, Comments Don't Sway Purchases

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Four out of five Facebook users have never bought a product or service as a result of advertising or comments on Facebook, a Reuters/Ipsos online poll shows.

“Free Speech in the Fog of Scientific Uncertainty” by Professor Jane Bambauer

by John E. Villafranco and Katie Bond @ Ad Law Access

In the following article authored by University of Arizona Law Professor Jane Bambauer, the professor makes a compelling argument that FTC/FDA regulation of health claims should focus on situations  where the government has compelling evidence of actual harm.   Professor Bambauer offers an opinion that high standards for health benefit claims can effectively silence commercial speech...… Continue Reading

Print Book Readership Declines As E-Books Gain In Popularity

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In the past year, the number of Americans (ages 16+) who read e-books increased from 16% to 23%. At the same time, those who read printed books fell from 72% to 67%.

You shouldn't put lipstick on a pig; you can put it on a magazine cover - Innovation

You shouldn't put lipstick on a pig; you can put it on a magazine cover - Innovation


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Let’s take a break from innovation fever and revel in some good old-fashioned print creativity, shall we?

Direct Mail Still Works and Consumers Still Want It

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A study finds 66% of online Americans have made a purchase as a result of email and nearly just as many (65%) purchased a product or service thanks to direct mail; This is nearly 3x the percentage who have purchased after receiving marketing messages delivered via Facebook (20%).

Consumers: Traditional Ad Channels More Engaging

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A 2012 study finds that traditional ad channels outperform digital channels in engaging American consumers. TV, magazine, and direct mail ads take top billing. Digital ads featured via search engines, social media and blogs rank at the bottom.

Traditional Media Remains Key Source for U.S. Shoppers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

For the American consumer. traditional media and channels are still very important sources of ideas on what to buy. Two-thirds say circulars and inserts most influence their shopping decisions.

Content Marketing Growing; Print Media a Top Vehicle

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to a survey Ad Age, content marketing is claiming a growing share of marketers' budgets -- 12% on average. Top content marketing channels: social networks (80%) and print media (77%).

Cy Pres Class Action Settlements Just Fine, Ninth Circuit Says

by Jeffrey S. Jacobson @ Ad Law Access

What should a corporation do when a class action lawsuit claims it broke the law, the group of allegedly affected people is massive, but the real-world “harm” is effectively nil? If the lawsuit fails to state a valid claim, obviously you move to dismiss it. But what if your best arguments require expensive discovery, you...… Continue Reading

Majority of Consumers Don't Want Mobile Promotions; Prefer Print

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

The majority of consumers (75%) say they prefer to get promotional content and coupons from traditional print media; Three-quarters of those surveyed don't want mobile promotions sent to them.

Hard Economic Times: Funny Ads Most Effective

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Nielsen study of ad effectiveness before, during and after the recession of 2006-2011, finds funny ads trump ads emphasizing price and promotions, regardless of economic times.

SkoolLive gives schools 48 hours.

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

  From Jim Metrock: Contracts, like government regulations, are hard to read unless you break the contract down into smaller pieces. Since law school days I have always found it helpful to write out the clauses, phrases, and qualifying terms, something like I’ve done below in blue.  When I do that, it makes the true intent of the contract clearer in my mind. Below is a section of SkoolLive’s contract with school districts in California.  I assume it is the same contract in other states.  I am posting this part of their contract first because I can’t see how any reasonable, prudent school board member or school administrator could ever agree to Section 2.  The real fun stuff is found in Section 2.3. We have two parties to this contract: SkoolLive and the school district. SkoolLive intends to sign up advertisers who want their ads on SkoolLive’s electronic billboards (kiosks) located throughout the school district.  Since school districts are never initially comfortable with in-school marketing, SkoolLive seeks to calm their fears by telling districts they can review all advertising content before students see the ads on the kiosks.  It sounds good… but wait. Section 2.1 basically says nothing gosh awful will be […]

Will the FTC’s Deception Evidence Fall Short? Court to Rule in DirecTV Case

by Christie Grymes Thompson, Alysa Zeltzer Hutnik and Donnelly L. McDowell @ Ad Law Access

U.S. District Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr. said Friday that the court would pause the trial to consider whether the FTC presented sufficient evidence to support its allegations that DirecTV misled consumers by failing to adequately disclose the terms of its two-year subscription and introductory pricing offer.  The judge instructed attorneys for DirecTV to file...… Continue Reading

Frustration with Mistargeted Ads Lead Consumers to Disengage

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new study reveals 96% of consumers have received mistargeted promotional offers and info. Based on this, the vast majority say they have unsubscribed, automatically deleted communications, or take other actions to disengage.

Print ROI Four Times that of TV

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Researchers discovered that the return on print magazine ads were far greater than expected to boost awareness.

Review: “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” (Digital HD)

by Amy Crooks @ Dis411

Written by Amy Crooks.

Disclosure: We received a complimentary copy of this movie. All opinions are our own.  Pirates of the Caribbean has undoubtedly

This post was originally found on Dis411 at Review: “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” (Digital HD).

Settlement Approved in Neutrogena Naturals Class Action | Ad Law Access

Settlement Approved in Neutrogena Naturals Class Action | Ad Law Access


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Marketers of natural personal care products will want to take note of a recent nationwide settlement over marketing and advertising for Neutrogena Naturals

Programmatic Print finds Success with Time Inc.

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Time Inc. launched programmatic print in February, and after the surprising success of the initiative, the company is adding 12 more audience categories.

Out-of-Home Advertising Viewed by 3 in 4 U.S. Adults

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Three in 4 U.S adults say they have noticed billboards, transit and other out-of-home ads in the past month; Action taken based on these ads, include restaurant and store visits.

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Kerry Washington’s 1st Neutrogena Commercial!

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Kerry Washington’s 1st Neutrogena Commercial!


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Six months after being named Neutrogena’s new creative consultant, Kerry Washington’s first commercial is finally on the way. The “Scandal” star, who’s awaiting the arrival of her first child with …

Print Magazines Still Dominate Overall Magazine Engagement

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In its annual Survey of the American Consumer, media and consumer research firm Gfk MRI interviewed approximately 26,000 American adults on their media consumption habits, including magazines. The latest survey finds that out of 1.6 billion magazine exposures, print was the format turned to by 9 out of 10 of the overall audience.

Consumers Still Rely on Tried-and-True Newspaper Inserts for Savings

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

More than half of shoppers (57%) will rely on coupons from home and 51% will be influenced by newspaper circulars for brand selection and savings in 2014. The next closest influential source is online advertising at 11%.

Digital Marketing Institute Secures €26m Funding for Expansion

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

The Digital Marketing Institute has bagged a €26m investment from  private equity firm Spectrum Equity, to help fund its ongoing expansion programme around the world. Spectrum Equity’s previous investments include Lynda.com, SurveyMonkey and Bitly.  The Digital Marketing Institute has experienced rapid growth, with over 18,000 professionals in 115 countries having completed its learning programs to […]

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Nearly 2 in 5 Tablet Owners Read Newspapers and Magazines on Their Device

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

An analysis of tablet newspaper and magazine readership data from comScore finds that nearly 2 in 5 U.S. tablet owners read newspapers and/or magazines on their device in August, with 1 in 10 reading publications almost daily.

New academic year, new students – a new audience for brands

by Cream Editorial @ Cream Blog - commentary on the art and science of media

Great results in the A Levels recently – which means lots of new students, which for you, as brand marketers, means the chance to connect with a new generation of consumers with money to spend. But for me, and the...

Neutrogena Towelettes TV Commercial, 'Fire Alarm' Featuring Eiza González

Neutrogena Towelettes TV Commercial, 'Fire Alarm' Featuring Eiza González


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Actress and singer Eiza González is working on her smokey eye makeup when it all goes wrong. Faster than the fire department can come extinguish the smoke, Neutrogena says its Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes can get rid of all the errant smokey eye makeup, as well as 99 percent of other makeup.

Brands Use of Traditional Ads to Promote Their Social Presence; Are Consumers Noticing?

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Brands are increasingly promoting their Facebook pages and Twitter hashtags in traditional ad messages; One in four say they recall these ads in banner and TV ad, 21% recall social promotions in print ads.

Advil Liqui-Gels $3.99 at Harris Teeter: NEW Coupon!

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

We have a NEW Advil Liqui-Gels Coupon! When I have a headache I am looking for fast relief and I may just try this. Regular priced this week.  Advil Liqui-Gel Minis, 20 ct - $4.99$1.00 OFF any ONE (1) Advil® Liqui-Gels® Minis 20ct or higherFinal Price: $3.99

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Analysis: Best v. Worst Email Subject Lines

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Email marketing firm Adestra's analyzed over 2.2 billion marketing emails to find the keywords and phrases that customers respond to best.

The Impact of Feature Advertising on Customer Store Choice

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This research adds a new paradigm -- where actual observed shopping behavior is correlated with the advertised item.

Samsung Mobile Galaxy S7 2016 Oscars Ad “The Dark”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

The Sunday Business Post Launches Post Plus

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

The Sunday Business Post is launching a new section within the weekly paper called Post Plus. According to Siobhan Lennon, chief executive, Post Plus will feature the best of the paper’s long form journalism, interviews and analysis. A new streamlined Money & Finance section will form part of Post Plus and will cover market analysis, […]

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‘Two Supermodels and a Baby’: Cindy Crawford and ‘Auntie’ Naomi Campbell Take Milan Fashion Week with Kaia Gerber

‘Two Supermodels and a Baby’: Cindy Crawford and ‘Auntie’ Naomi Campbell Take Milan Fashion Week with Kaia Gerber

by Karen Mizoguchi @ PEOPLE.com

Kaia Gerber is undoubtedly fashion’s breakout star but her mom Cindy Crawford and “auntie” Naomi Campbell have well-established fame and worldwide renown bestowed on them since the late 1980s and 1990s.

The two supermodels cuddled up with the 16-year-old fashion It girl for British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful during Milan Fashion Week on Thursday.

“Two supermodels and a baby… breakout star of Fashion Week @kaiagerber, mum supermodel @cindycrawford and auntie @iamnaomicampbell at dinner in Milan. Xoxo,” Enninful captioned a photo of the trio.

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Milan Fashion Week only kicked off yesterday but Gerber has already walked in three shows: Fendi, Prada and Moschino.

RELATED LINK: 16 Major Model Milestones Kaia Gerber Can Already Cross Off Her List

Impressively, Gerber opened the Fendi show wearing bold stripes and an edgy silhouette that cinched at the waist. Not to mention the bold blue bangs that accented a sleek ponytail.

“@prada… a huge goal of mine and I cannot tell you how honored I am to have been included in this incredible show,” the daughter of Rande Gerber said on Instagram.

Also on Wednesday, Crawford, 51, played tour guide to her mini-me daughter around Milan along with fellow up-and-coming model Cayley King.

“So much fun showing these girls around Milano! The next generation,” the mother of two wrote along with a selfie of the group in front of the Porta Sempione.


The Wealthy Engage Most With Ads In Printed Newspapers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

When it comes to ad engagement, a survey finds that the wealthy - about 9% of the population - are more likely to pay attention to advertising in printed newspapers than in any other format.

SkoolLive’s contract. School districts beware.

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

  From Jim Metrock: This is a SkoolLive contract from Arizona. The lawyer who wrote this didn’t do a good job of proofreading. I cleaned up some grammar mistakes but left plenty. (I can’t complain too much about grammar mistakes. I make my share.) Bad grammar is the least offensive thing about this contract. I have already talked about the bizarre Section 2.  Soon, I’ll focus on other parts of this SkoolLive contract. (BTW “Skool” is not a mistake. This is how these marketing geniuses  spell “school.” They think it’s funny and clever. You have to remember SkoolLive is focused on marketing, not academics.   SKOOLLIVE, LLC MEDIA PLACEMENT & MANAGEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT This MEDIA PLACEMENT AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is entered into as of the Effective Date (as provided below) by and between SkoolLive, LLC a California limited liability company (“SkoolLive”). and Chandler Unified  School District (“School District”), pursuant to the following terms and conditions: I. PURPOSE OF AGREEMENT SkoolLive provides media placement and management services to educational institutions like School District primarily through the utilization of a digital interactive kiosk system with licensed software for the promotion of all regularly and specially scheduled school events on School District’s […]

Many Consumers Just Prefer Reading the Printed Versions of Magazines

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

There are almost 187 million magazine reading adults in the U.S. -- and almost half (46%) are interacting with their favorite magazines exclusively in print.

Social Selling: Rule #2 - Reject Funnelism

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Effective social selling shakes its head at Funnelism and turns its attention the the meaningful and powerful rather than merely the easily measurable.

Publix GreenWise Market Ad and Coupons Week of 9/21 to 9/27

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

Here is the Publix GreenWise Market Ad & Matchups for the week of 9/21 to 9/27. There are a bunch of nice deals this week for those of you that have a GreenWise Market nearby! You can see a list of locations HERE.You guys have been great about finding coupons that I don't see for […]

One-Third of SMBs Report Using Mobile Advertising

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

The latest findings from BIA/Kelsey's ongoing study of SMBs advertising efforts finds SMBs are increasingly embracing mobile and social platforms.

The TransPromo Revolution: The Time Is Now!

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

InfoTrends' white paper detailing interviews with print service providers and marketing executives who have added, or are planning to add, transpromotion to their marketing mix. The report also includes InfoTrends desk research and studies.

Julie Bowen - Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair

Julie Bowen - Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair


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Jim Sonzero of Sonzero Films, Los Angeles, has directed a

NBC “Chicago Fire” Season 6 Needs Actors

by John @ 2017 Auditions Database

Casting directors are looking for talent to work on scenes filming on September 27th in Chicago, Illinois. Producers are seeking actors to play administration type [...]

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Getting Past the Trash Bin: Attribution about envelope message, envelope characteristics, and intention to open direct mail

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Results of an academic study examining consumer attributions of messages printed on direct mail envelopes and envelope characteristics -- and thus the perceived intentions of the direct marketer and about what is inside the envelope -- on intent to open a direct mailing.

The Contribution of Direct Mail Advertising to Average Weekly Unit Sales

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Media synergy is the ideal when planning advertising. This study shows that the most powerful combination is when direct mail is used in combination with national TV advertising.

Unsquaring The Wheel

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Breakthrough Business Model for The Printing Industry, "Unsquaring The Wheel" Introduced By Webb, Bondy, Peterson Thursday, August 20, 2015 Press release from the issuing company Dr. Joe Webb, RIT's Prof. Chris Bondy, and consultant Wayne Peterson have teamed to develop and deliver a new workshop and book that features a breakthrough industry business model for commercial printers and print service providers; it premieres at Graph Expo 15. http://whattheythink.com/news/75047-breakthrough-business-model-printing-industry-unsquaring-wheel-introduced-webb-bondy-peterson/

Print Reaches All Ages, Including Early Adopter Millennials

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Today's consumers move between multiple devices and media platforms. TV still has the greatest reach, mobile is gaining ground, and print retains its reach among all age groups -- including younger adults.

Americans Spend 11 Hours Per Day With Major Media

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Data analysis conducted by eMarketer estimates U.S. adults "crammed more than 11 hours of media content into an average day in 2011."

Mobile Now the Main Driver of Global Ad Spend Growth

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Mobile is now the main driver of global ad spend growth. This the first time in the past 20 years that a new platform is expanding overall media consumption without cannibalizing other media platforms, find ZenithOptimedia's latest forecast.

Survey Finds Majority of Americans Support "Do Not Mail"

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A survey 81% of Americans support a Do Not Mail initiative. The authors suggest their findings serve as a wake-up call to markets and the USPS to find ways to address consumers concerns while preserving the fundamental service provided by the USPS.

Consumers Fed Up with Irrelevant Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A study finds consumers are "putting their foot down on the number of irrelevant ads they are willing to see before they ignore a company completely."

A Look at the Long-Run Effectiveness of Multimedia Advertising and its Implications for Budget Allocation Decisions

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A look at the long-term effectiveness of multimedia advertising for two major competitors in the American sports utility vehicle industry. The study found that, in the long-term, magazine advertising was more effective than network TV advertising for both brands.

Sellers Playbook

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

"Winning on Amazon" at the expense of "significant losses."

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Online Retailers Find Success with Print Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Wharton School study looks at online retailing marketing tactics. Key findings: The physical density of an area plays a key role as to what works best in attracting shoppers; Print has an important role to play.

Cans of Starkist Tuna

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

In September2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Starkist Co. alleging that cans of Starkist tuna do not contain the amount of tuna represented on the label and contain less tuna than the minimum amount required by federal regulations. (Puckett et al v. Starkist Co., Case No. 17-cv-1416, D. OR.) For more information about other

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Gender stereotyping puts products before people – and consumers don’t like it!

by Cream Editorial @ Cream Blog - commentary on the art and science of media

There’s not just an ethical reason, but also a growing commercial imperative for brands to assume a people-first approach and stop using stereotypes in their advertising, says Sally McLaren, director at Sense.

Consumers Often Feel Misled By Ads Appearing As Content

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new survey on consumers' perceptions about ads appearing as content can be damaging to brand trust.

Traditional Media Continues to Hold Purchasing Sway In Digital World

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Next to friends and family and manufacturer/retailer websites, traditional media continues to holds sway in influencing consumers' purchase decisions.

IKEA's Revolutionary "bookbook"

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

For its 2015 catalog, IKEA has created an intuitive, advanced platform to view and to interact with content. The battery is "eternal", and there are absolutely no wires to deal with.

Teen Shoppers Notice Mall Advertising

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Arbitron and Scarborough Research's Teen Mall Shopping Attitude and Usage Study finds that 95% of teens notice mall advertising.

Study: Do Consumers Watch Video Ads?

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

This UMass Amherst study looks to understand what factors influence people to complete watching video ads and what contributes to them abandoning ads.

Great Price On Smart Balance Buttery Spreads At Publix

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

This post is sponsored by Pinnacle Foods. All comments and opinions are my own. When you are making your shopping list this week, don't forget the Smart Balance® Buttery Spread! There is a buy one, get one free sale running now through 9/27 (9/26 for some). You'll be able to grab your favorite varieties as […]

U.S. Publishers Split Over the Future of Print

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A recent survey of U.S. publishers finds 37% believe print will continue to be the primary way readers access their content; another 34% say print is the least important channel going forward.

Social Media Ads: Not Engaging Majority of Viewers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new social media report from Nielsen finds ads delivered via Facebook, YouTube, blogs, etc. don't engage the majority of viewers.

Tablets Overtake Smartphones In Driving Online Traffic

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Mobile devices have changed the way consumers interact with businesses and advertising; In just 3 years, tablets have overtaken smartphones in drive online traffic. Internet users view 70% more web pages per visit when browsing on a tablet vs. a smartphone.

Print Preferred by Parents for Back-to-School Shopping

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Parents say they prefer print ads and direct mail above email, online, and social for back-to-school shopping.

Medium Matters: Newsreaders' Recall and Engagement with Online and Print Newspapers

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication study finds that print news readers remember "significantly more" than those who read news stories online.

Focus to Launch New Campaign as Part of Bord Gais Energy CSR Initiative

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

Focus Ireland will launch a TV ad called “I Can’t Sleep” during this week’s X Factor on Sunday night to raise awareness of the homelessness crisis in Ireland, with follow up ads running the following week during Coronation Street and Gogglebox. In addition to the TV element, the campaign will run on Her.ie and Joe.ie […]

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Qualitative Effects of Media on Advertising Effectiveness

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This research demonstrates that the way a person experiences a magazine or newspaper can affect the way the person reacts to advertising in the publication.

New sustainability course at RIT's School of Media Science draws top presenters

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new course on sustainability in the graphics communication industry had Dr. Thompson and Mr. Jones give presentations on their roles in the field while the students collaborating on their formal registration document for the certification criteria for the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership.

Most Smartphone Owners Don't Want Ads Sent to Them

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to a survey of mobile phone owners, 55.2% do not want promotional messages sent to their phones.

Recession Equals Marketing Opportunity

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Research regarding advertising during a recession found that companies that maintained or increased their ad spend during a recession saw a 275% increase in sales growth during and for the three years following. Companies that cut back or stopped advertising experienced only a 19% increase.

Offline Media Scores High In Credibility and as Ad Source

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A significant portion of consumers feel traditional advertising is most credible, least annoying, and the best source for marketing messages, finds a survey by Adobe.

Butterball Dinner Sausage or Bacon only $1.00 at Harris Teeter!

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

Wow! Here’s a sale not to miss. Butterball Turkey Sausage is just $1.00 after coupon through 10/31. Pair that with some Mueller’s Pasta for a frugal dinner! Butterball Turkey Dinner Sausage - $2.5075¢/1 printable coupon hereFinal Price: $1.00 Don’t forget the bacon! Butterball Turkey Dinner Sausage - $2.5075¢/1 printable coupon hereFinal Price: $1.00Butterball Original TurkeyKeep Reading..

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Most U.S. Consumers Want the Option to Receive Paper Bills and Statements

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

U.S. consumers want to keep the option to receive paper bills and statements. In addition, 72% agree that print and paper can be a sustainable way to communicate if responsibly produced, used and recycled.

Print Ad of the Week: McDonald's 'Open Late' (France)

by Cream Editorial @ Cream Blog - commentary on the art and science of media

Inspired by its minimalist Pictos campaign, McDonald's has gone one step further in a new print campaign for the night birds. The creative, by TBWA\Paris, sees flashes of light glow together to take the shape of some of its most...

Transitioning: Millennials' Media Consumption Habits

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new study from Scarborough shows media engagement by younger people has evolved over the past ten years with a transition from traditional news media toward more digital media.

Direct Mail Poised to Overtake Print Yellow Pages to In the General Services Vertical

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to local ad spend analysis from BIA/Kelsey, direct mail will overtake print Yellow Pages in the General Services vertical in 2013.

Online Video Ad Views Experience 59% Y-O-Y Growth

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

U.S. Internet users viewed 11.3 billion video ads in December 2012. The number of video ads viewed were twice as many as January 2012, representing a 59% year-over-year growth.

Three-Quarters of Newspaper Readers Use Printed Circulars

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new study from the NAA shows Internet users rely on local newspaper media - digital as well as print as key sources of news and information, and are engaging with their local newspaper across multiple platforms. Three-quarters (73%) have used newspaper printed circulars in the past 30 days.

U.S. Adults Read 8 Different Magazines a Month

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to media research firm Affinity, specializing in print and digital magazine audience measurement, more than 184 million American adults read magazines in print or electronic form every month (an average of 8.1 per month).

Herbalife And Its Distributors Face RICO Complaint

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

Lawsuit against Herbalife claims attending events is a losing strategy.

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U.S. Mobile Ad Spend to Overtake Desktop by 2017

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According eMarketer, U.S. mobile ad spending continues its rapid growth -- coming, for the most part, at the expense of desktop. Today, mobile accounts for nearly $10b; By 2017, mobile is expected to reach $35.6b.

NAD Addresses “Best Selling” Claims

by Gonzalo E. Mon @ Ad Law Access

Benefit Cosmetics advertised that its They’re Real Mascara was the “#1 best-selling Prestige Mascara in the U.S.” and the “#1 best-selling Prestige Mascara in the U.S. for 3 years.” A disclosure linked to the first claim explained that the claim was based on NPD data from July 2015-June 2016, and a disclosure linked to the...… Continue Reading

drupa 2016 is behind us. Now what?

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Printers from around the globe flock to drupa every four-years to see the latest innovations. The highlights of these introductions have already been well-covered by our respected colleagues in great detail. However, the drupa summaries to date do not provide Service Providers with insight into the one key question that every service provider is asking, “How do we feed the beast?” That is, if I make the leap to digital printing, or wish to expand my presence, how do I ensure a profitable stream of work that will result in a return on my investment?

Mobile Grabbing Our Time, Print Ads Take the Ad Dollars

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

While mobile may be grabbing a growing share of time spent with media, ad dollars are slow to follow. In fact, US advertisers will spend just 7 cents per US adult per hour spent on mobile this year, vs. nearly $1 for print.

Adland in Numbers: The IAPI Census 2017

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

As the Irish advertising industry enters its latest period of recalibration keeping pace with global industry trends, a shift in confidence has been accompanied by a focus shift to respond to new opportunities, reports the newly released annual IAPI Industry Census report. The Census, established five years ago by the sector’s governing body, measures the […]

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Adidas 2016 Oscars Ad “Hannah Bronfman: Here To Create”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Digital to Surpass TV as Dominant Ad Channel in 2018

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

When it comes to US media as spend, TV will remain the dominant advertising channel through 2017, until the balance tips to digital in 2018 when digital surpasses television, says eMarketer.

Direct Mail Accounts for 43% of Local Media Retail Ad Spend

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Key findings from BIA/Kelsey's latest local media ad spend forecast finds direct mail grabs 43% of total retail ad spend. Overall, direct mail accounts for 27% of total local ad spend.

Ad:  Koyal Rana for Neutrogena

Ad: Koyal Rana for Neutrogena


The Great Pageant Community

Watch Miss India World 2014 Koyal Rana as she shares beauty tips from Neutrogena.

More Americans Read Print Magazines than Use the Internet

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Recent research has shown that more Americans read print magazines than use the Internet.

Zogby: Americans Value Ad-Funded Internet; Prefer Tailored Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Zogby poll finds 90+% of consumers support online advertising as a means of keeping Internet access free; They also prefer Internet ads targeted to their specific interests.

Accountability: A Guide to Measuring ROI and ROO Across Media

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A compilation of top-line synopses of research and data on marketing media mix effectiveness, with a focus on magazine advertising.

Celentano Pasta $1.99 at Harris Teeter {normally $5.99!}

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

Celentano Pasta is just $1.99 after coupon this week! This is one of my families most requested meals. On sale through 9/26. Celentano Pasta, 14- 22 oz b1g1 ($5.99) - $2.99$1.00/1 Celentano Pasta or Entree - 8-20-17 Ss (exp 12/31/17)Final Price: $1.99 Don’t forget the garlic bread! Celentano Pasta, 14- 22 oz b1g1 ($5.99) -Keep Reading..

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Enthusiasm for Print Magazines Remains Strong

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to Deloitte's State of the Media Democracy survey, while 2010 witnessed another explosion of digital content, print magazines have "survived the digital tsunami," and that magazine advertising remains an important source of info for U.S. consumers.

Neutrogena Ad in Brasil Lets You Wipe Makeup Off Actress

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In this Brazilian ad, the included makeup wipe sample works on the cover to remove the actress's eye shadow and lipstick.

Magazines Slow to Optimize for Cross-Platform Viewing

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A survey finds 93% of the leading consumer magazines don't offer readers complete cross-platform digital experiences.

Small and Medium Business Owners Summary Report

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

SMB owners deem advertising (43%), email (38%), and direct mail (36%) are deemed to be proven most effective with response rates, purchases, and more.

Profits are Large Among Small Printers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Small print companies made more profits before taxes than large print companies since 2012.

Samsung Mobile Galaxy S7 2016 Oscars Ad “Water Resistance”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Airport Advertising Effectiveness: An Exploratory Field Study

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Transit advertising is a growing category of out-of-home advertising and an area that has received little academic attention. This study keys in to elements of effective airport advertising and is applicable to other transit locations.

Survey Affirm the Power of Print In Households Earning $100K+

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A survey finds U.S. adults living in households with at least $100K in annual household income, "continue to be enthusiastic consumers of traditional media, even while their use of digital media continues to grow sharply."

Twitter Does First Season-Long Amplify Ad Deal for ‘Pretty Little Liars’ (Exclusive)

Twitter Does First Season-Long Amplify Ad Deal for ‘Pretty Little Liars’ (Exclusive)


Variety

Come Tuesday, countless teens are once again bound to tune into a new episode of “Pretty Little Liars” on ABC Family. Chances are, they’re also going to fiddle with their phones when they do, where…

Reasons That Compel Consumers to Open Their Direct Mail

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Adult consumers share reasons that make a difference as to what direct mail they open -- such as timing, personalization, and interesting packaging are top reasons.

Consumers Continue to Favor Offline Ads; Most Digital Formats Lose Ground

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new consumer attitude study finds that even in this digital-centric climate, Americans are likely to view offline media ads most favorably -- while most digital formats have experienced a decrease in favorability.

MIT Study Deflates Online Ad Advantages

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Online advertising can prove better at targeting certain demographics than traditional media, but the increased competition of today's landscape means that these advantages do not automatically translate into greater profits says a study from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Can a Print Publication Be Equally Effective Online? Testing the Effect of Medium Type on Marketing Communications

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A field experiment using print and online versions of an alumni magazine found that the print version had a higher open rate, higher recall, and readers engaged in more browsing. Ironically, although younger readers indicated a preference for receiving an online version, the effect of print on memory performance was strongest among the younger readers.

Floyd Mayweather Gives Fans a Tour of his ‘Beverly Hills Palace’ — and His Snack Bar Has to be Seen to be Believed

Floyd Mayweather Gives Fans a Tour of his ‘Beverly Hills Palace’ — and His Snack Bar Has to be Seen to be Believed

by Alexia Fernandez @ PEOPLE.com

Floyd Mayweather has made himself right at hime in his new $26 million mansion.

The former boxing champion, 40, shared a series of videos on Instagram on Wednesday, showing off his Beverly Hills home, which includes a massive 50-seat home theater.

The boxer has certainly settled in, with a giant snack bar installed outside his theater and stack with everything anyone could need while watching a film or in Mayweather’s case, Sportscenter.

“Grabbing a few snacks before watching Sportscenter in my Beverly Hills Palace movie theatre, that comfortably seats 50 people,” he wrote in the caption of a video he posted Wednesday.

He also shared a photo of his backyard, which includes a swimming pool, writing, “The grass ain’t greener on the other side. #Beverly Hills#90210#TBE#TMT.”

Mayweather, who won the much-anticipated boxing match against MMA champion Conor McGregor in August, also has made sure his wine cellar is fully stocked.

Aside from rows and rows of wine, the cellar also has a long marble table to sit up and have a drop of vino at.

Mayweather also showed off his championship belts, along with two Emmy awards visible to the far right behind him. Not done there, the sportsman also showed off his Hublot watch collection.

The boxer bought the Beverly Hills property — which he calls his “palace” and “castle” — earlier this month.

Mayweather won big after defeating McGregor by TKO after 10 rounds in August. His win gives him an incredibly 50-0 undefeated career — a record the boxing legend came out of retirement yet again to clinch.

The highly anticipated fight came after a four-day press tour in which both competitors had some choice words for each other, including accusations of racism and various other personal insults.

Held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the match was attended by quite the bevy of big names, including power couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex RodriguezLeonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron.


Pew: The Demographics of Social Media Users

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to Pew Research, as of December 2012, 67% of online adults use social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter.

Bringing Up Bates' Tori Bates and Bobby Smith Engaged: 'It Feels Like a Dream'

Bringing Up Bates' Tori Bates and Bobby Smith Engaged: 'It Feels Like a Dream'

by Lindsay Kimble @ PEOPLE.com

Bye bye to Bates!

Tori Bates and Bobby Smith are engaged, PEOPLE can confirm exclusively.

“We’ve been looking forward to this day for so long and it’s finally here – we’re engaged!” the couple says. “The day could not have been more magical, and the moments we shared will never be forgotten.”

Add the Bringing Up Bates stars, “It feels like a dream, and our hearts are overflowing with excitement. Thank you for all of your love and support.”

Smith popped the question at a scenic overlook called Wiseman’s View in North Carolina after months of planning. He picked Bates up from school in the morning before traveling to the secret spot – which was covered with rose petals and candles in anticipation of their arrival.

The couple met in 2015 through a mutual friend and officially began courting in November 2016. The relationship was long-distance until Smith graduated from college this year and moved to Tennessee to be closer to Bates.

RELATED VIDEO: Bringing up Bates Star Lawson Bates Premieres His New Song!

Following their conservative upbringings, the happy couple are saving their first kiss for their wedding day this December.

The Bringing Up Bates: Tori & Bobby special will air Sept. 28 at 9 p.m. ET on UP TV.


Coupon Users, Young and Old, Prefer Print Sources

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new survey of US consumers finds traditional print formats remain the preferred sources of grocery store and drugstore coupons, especially among Millennials (ages 18-36).

North American Brand Owners Depend Upon Key Marketing and Advertising Print Applications

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Print buyers have continued to react positively towards the value of print with it's ability to target specific markets and address various market levels, despite the volume declines.

TINA Has Eyes on Goop

by John E. Villafranco and Katie Bond @ Ad Law Access

The consumer advocacy non-profit Truth in Advertising, Inc. (TINA.org) has set its sights on Goop, the lifestyle brand launched by Gwyneth Paltrow.  In a complaint filed earlier this week with the Santa Clara and Santa Cruz County California district attorneys, both members of the California Food and Drug and medical Device Task Force, TINA alleges...… Continue Reading

B2B Publishers Say Print Remains Largest Revenue Contributor

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Print ads continues to bring in the lion's share of revenue for B2B publishers; The top 3 fastest-growing segments: digital, events, and print advertising.

Print Books Remain at Core of Americans' Reading Habits

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

The percentage of Americans who read an e-book in the past year has risen to 28% -- up from 23% at the end of 2012. At the same time, about 7 in 10 adults reported reading a book in print, up 4% after a slight dip in 2012.

Twitter Trumps Facebook and LinkedIn for B2B Lead Generation

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

When if comes to generating B2B leads, Twitter is tops in social media -- generating 82% share of leads, compared to just 9% each for Facebook and LinkedIn.

Business Development Recruiting Salespeople: Stop Hiring Retreads

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Business Development Recruiting Salespeople: Stop Hiring Retreads Wayne Peterson, Black Canyon Consulting Group Inc.

Ragu Pasta Sauce $1.28 at Harris Teeter!

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

We have a sale on Ragu at Harris Teeter! If your picking up the Mueller’s Pasta that’s buy 2 get 3 FREE this week you’ll need this! On sale through 10/21. Ragu Pasta Sauce, 24 oz - $1.8860¢/2 Ragu Sauces - 8-27-17 SS; Includes 16 oz or Larger Only; Maximum of 2 Identical Coupons InKeep Reading..

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Newspaper Business Model Evolving; Revenue Streams Diversifying

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

While newspaper revenue from traditional print ad channels is declining, revenues grew in new and developing areas in 2013, reflecting an industry evolving its business model in a significant way, reports the NAA.

The Best Sunscreen

The Best Sunscreen


The Sweethome

After 60 hours of research and testing, we think Coppertone Ultraguard Sunscreen Lotion SPF 70 is the best sunscreen for most people.

Skoollive says they are in these schools districts nationwide.

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

    From Jim Metrock: I am distressed by the number of school districts that have signed up to install Skoollive’s electronic billboards (aka kiosks). If all these districts have signed any type of contract with Skoollive, my faith in American education will take a big hit.  Obligation, Inc. will be contacting these districts to confirm Skoollive’s claims. Meanwhile, if your school district is mentioned below, contact the school board, superintendent, or principal and demand that no Skoollive billboards or kiosks be placed anywhere on school property. Alabama No districts Alaska No districts Arizona Antelope Union High School District Bourgade Catholic High School Buckeye Union High School District Cave Creek Unified School District Chandler Unified School District Flagstaff Unified School District Glendale Union High School District Kingman Academy of Learning School District Lake Havasu Unified School District Marana Unified School District Maricopa Unified School District Mesa Public Schools Mingus Union High School District Peoria Unified School District Queen Creek Unified School District Sahuarita Unified Schools Sunnyside Unified School District Tanque Verde Unified School District Tucson Unified School District Vail Unified School District Yuma Union High School District Arkansas No districts California Murrieta Valley USD Temecula Valley USD ACE Charter High […]

Magazine Ads Continue to Engage and Motivate Consumers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Analysis of over 500,000 print magazine ads by Starch finds the medium endures in engaging consumers; 35% of readers took action based on magazine print ads -- unchanged since 2010.

Privacy and Advertising Mail

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A UC survey finds the majority of Americans support a Do Not Mail (DNM) initiative. The authors state: "Given the importance of advertising mail as an industry, and of the USPS to United States economic, security, and social interests, our findings could serve as a wake-up call to markets, the USPS, and regulators to more fully explore citizens' rejection of direct advertising mail and find ways to address their concerns while preserving the fundamental service provided by the USPS."

Nielsen: Newspaper Ads Touted for Engagement and Influence

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Nielsen survey of 5,000 U.S. adults finds newspapers (print and online) lead for ad engagement, influencing purchases, and more.

Consumers Continue to Trust Traditional Media Advertising Over Online Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Newspaper advertising is the most-trusted form of paid media advertising in North America, according to Nielsen. Traditional ads lead digital ads by double-digits when it comes to consumer trust.

Nearly 1 in 5 Smartphone Users Made a Purchase After Scanning a QR Code

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A recent study of over 1,200 U.S. consumers looked at how people are using QR codes. While only 21% know QR codes by name, 81% of respondents recognize them by sight and nearly 20% of smartphone users say they have made a purchase after scanning.

What content triggers a subscription

by Innovation Media Consulting @ Innovation

The New York Times Times already had a great subscription mentality. The US election provided a huge boost. On a rainy Saturday in March, the New York Times held its traditional SXSW event in Austin, Texas. At the Belmont, one of the most emblematic buildings...

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Nilla Wafers as low as $1.09 a box at Harris Teeter!

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

We love to make mini ice cream sandwiches with Nilla Wafers! Pick some up today for just $1.09 after coupon with the Buy one get one FREE sale this week at Harris Teeter through 9/26. Nabisco Nilla Wafers, 11 oz b1g1 ($3.49) - $1.84$0.75/2 Nabisco Cookie or Cracker Products – 8-13-17 SS; Includes 3.5 ozKeep Reading..

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NEW Seventh Generation Feminine Care Product Coupon!

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

We have a NEW Seventh Generation Feminine Care Coupon and Harris Teeter is now carrying the Chlorine Free Pads. Seventh Generation Feminine Care Pads - $5.99$1.00 OFF on ONE (1) Seventh Generation Feminine Care ProductFinal Price: $4.99

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Half Of All Ad Campaigns Will Be Multiscreen By 2016

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In 3 years, roughly 50% of all media campaigns are expected to be multiscreen -- defined as those that run during a similar timeframe across two or more screens including TV, computer, tablet, mobile phone and digital place-based media.

Innovative Ad of the Week: Deutsche Telekom 'Sea Hero Quest VR' (Global)

by Cream Editorial @ Cream Blog - commentary on the art and science of media

Building on the success of its multi award-winning 'Sea Hero Quest' campaign, Deutsche Telekom has upped the ante and revealed a VR sequel to the project. Sea Hero Quest originally started out as a mobile game that challenged and recorded...

Airports Deliver High Value Audiences for Advertisers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A national survey of Frequent Flyers highlights the value to advertisers of targeting these travellers as they traverse airports to their final destinations.

The USPS Household Diary Study: Mail Use & Attitudes in FY 2011 -- Advertising Mail

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

The annual USPS Household Diary Study finds 78% of households read or scan the promotional offers and deals that arrive via the home mailbox; Households studied planned to act on one in 10 pieces of advertising mail received.

Delving Into the Opportunity for Tablet Magazine Advertising - An Analysis of the GfK Starch Data

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Over 27,000 tablet ads were analyzed to evaluate digital efficacy versus print. Readers remember ads on tablets at the same rate as in print, yet the digital platform makes it easier to take action as a result of seeing ads.

The Top Coupon and Deal Source for Digitally Connected Millennials? The Newspaper

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

While Millennials are heavy digital users, this group also embraces print for savings as much as any other age group; In fact, newspapers are the top source for deals for young adults (18-34).

The Top Ways We Learn About New Brands and Products

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In a survey examining how consumers are introduced to new products and brands, TV ads (58%) take the top spot. Magazines (31%) and direct mail (21%) also play an important role for many Americans.

Nate Berkus Shares How His Entertaining Style Has Changed Since Welcoming Daughter Poppy

Nate Berkus Shares How His Entertaining Style Has Changed Since Welcoming Daughter Poppy

by Megan Stein @ PEOPLE.com

Nate Berkus is the expert on all things party planning. But since becoming a father to one-year-old daughter, Poppy, the designer’s go-to entertaining style has had a few changes.

“We entertain around her nap schedule now,” Berkus, artistic advisor for LG Studio, told PEOPLE at a breakfast on June 8, which celebrated the sleek line of high-end appliances he helped design.

RELATED: WATCH: Jessie James Decker Gives a Tour of Her Lovely Florida Beach House

But when Poppy isn’t snoozing, Berkus, 44, and husband Jeremiah Brent, 31, keep her busy with poolside play dates that are a far cry from a formal outdoor gathering.

“Our home is now filled with blow up toys from Target in the pool as opposed to margaritas,” Berkus said.

WATCH THIS: Designer Nate Berkus ‘Can’t Wait to Be a Family of 3!’

 

And the menu planning is even simpler.

“We throw food on the barbecue, we’ve actually even had a taco truck come once,” Berkus said. “We do put out snacks for the little ones, and they sit and throw them in the pool.”

RELATED: Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Hilarious First Date Story in New Sneak Peek of The Magnolia Story

Although the guest list has been tweaked to include Poppy’s younger crowd, the design-savvy couple couldn’t be happier with their new scene.

“It’s a welcome change,” Berkus said.

For Berkus’ best tips on stress-free summer entertaining, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE.


Millennial Paper Usage and Attitudes

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Young US adults, ages 16 to 26, are fully engaged with digital communication but also cannot imagine a world without paper, according to research from TRU, a research firm focusing on youth insight.

Iarnrod Eireann – Publicis Dublin

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

The lowdown: Publicis Dublin create a trippy new student campaign for Irish Rail/ Iarnród Eireann. The campaign encourages students living away from home to take the train to and from college. Because with comfy seats, a smooth ride and relaxed atmosphere, the train gives you the perfect bit of rest time in between the madness […]

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A Fifth of Social Media Marketers Dissatisfied with Tactic's Impact

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to a recent survey of more than 1,700 North American social media marketers, 21% say they're dissatisfied with social media marketing in general and are ready to replace social spend with more traditional buys.

School of Media Sciences Releases Adobe DPS App

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

The School of Media Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology has released a new app.

Audrina Patridge Is ‘Devastated’ After Split from Corey Bohan, Says Source, but She’s ‘Leaning on Her Family’

Audrina Patridge Is ‘Devastated’ After Split from Corey Bohan, Says Source, but She’s ‘Leaning on Her Family’

by Aili Nahas and Natalie Stone @ PEOPLE.com

Audrina Patridge is turning to her tight-knit family for support following her split from husband Corey Bohan.

PEOPLE confirmed Thursday that the Hills alum filed for divorce after less than a year of marriage to 35-year-old Bohan, citing irreconcilable differences, on Wednesday due to an alleged domestic violence incident. Patridge, who shares 1-year-old daughter Kirra Max with Bohan, filed for a temporary restraining order and child abduction prevention order against the professional BMX dirt bike rider on Monday.

“Audrina is leaning on her family. She is extremely close with her parents , brother and sister and they are all supporting her,” a source close to the former MTV reality star tells PEOPLE. “They’re a very tight family and protective of her. They just want what’s best for Audrina and Kirra.”

In her declaration submitted Sept. 18 along with the restraining order, 32-year-old Patridge chronicles multiple instances of emotional abuse and violent outbursts by Bohan. “I am fearful of temper because he cannot control his swearing and personal attacks on me, even when in the presence of our young daughter,” the Prey Swim designer alleged in the documents.

Since filing for divorce, the source says that “physically, Audrina is okay. But she’s devastated.”

“This is the end of a long-term relationship and she never wanted this to happen,” the source continues. “It’s a disappointment on so many levels to say the least. It’s painful and it’s really hard.”

Adds the source, “This whole situation is so unfortunate for everyone. Corey has been in Audrina’s life for almost 10 years.”

Patridge and Bohan began dating in 2008, spending several years together on and off before dramatically splitting on her VH1 reality showAudrina, in 2011. By December 2011, however, Patridge was gushing to PEOPLE that her romance with Bohan was thriving after leaving TV behind.

The pair got engaged in November 2015, when Bohan popped the question at the Summit House in Orange County, California. Seven months later, the couple welcomed Kirra Max in June 2016 before tying the knot in Hawaii in November of last year.


Johnson & Johnson Adapts A Brick-And-Mortar Legacy To Targeted Digital Campaigns | AdExchanger

Johnson & Johnson Adapts A Brick-And-Mortar Legacy To Targeted Digital Campaigns | AdExchanger


AdExchanger

Johnson & Johnson saw the writing on the wall when it began marketing in a digital world. The 130-year-old CPG giant was born and raised in what Alison Lewis, CMO of J&J Consumer Brands, called a “right-handed world.” “We were dominated by brick-and-mortar, Mom was the CEO of the household, big players used size and... Continue reading »

Consumer Survey: "We Prefer Direct Mail"

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Epsilon Targeting's latest Consumer Channel Preference Study of nearly 5,000 U.S. and Canadian consumers, finds direct mail continues to deliver as consumers' preferred means of receiving marketing messages from brands.

College Students' Marketing Preferences - It's Not All Digital

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Despite the prevalence of social media and the Internet, college students say traditional means -- word-of-mouth and TV ads -- are the most effective forms of advertising.

Native Advertising Survey: Facebook, Twitter Considered Least Effective

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new native advertising survey examines how professionals are using native advertising, how they define it, and how effective they feel it to be.

Bounty Basic Paper Towels 6 Pack – Just $2 At Publix

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

In addition to cheap TP, be sure to grab cheap paper towels too! Combine the sale with the coupons to pay just $2 for the Bounty Basic—that's less than half price! Bounty Basic Select-A-Size White, Big Rolls, 6 roll, 2/$10 (reg $6.69) -$2/1 Bounty or Bounty Basic Paper Towel, exp. 9/23/17 (Publix Coupon Tackle Everything […]

Guinness reveals latest advert in the ‘Made of More’ series: ‘The Compton Cowboys’

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

“Did I save the horse, or did the horse save me?” 18th September 2017: A new Guinness advertising campaign, portraying the story of ’The Compton Cowboys’, will air for the first time across Ireland & the UK today. The new release is the next chapter of the iconic ‘Made of More’ series, which champions real […]

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FTC Takes Action Against Social Media Influencers

by Gonzalo E. Mon @ Ad Law Access

This morning, the FTC announced that it had reached a settlement in its first-ever complaint against individual social media influencers and that it had sent warning letters to other prominent influencers. In addition, the FTC announced that it had updated previous guidance on influencer campaigns. Settlement The settlement involves Trevor Martin and Thomas Cassell, owners...… Continue Reading

Young Adults Prefer Offline Marketing Offers to Online

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

North American consumers in the 18-34 year-old demographic prefer, by a wide margin, to learn about marketing offers via postal mail and newspapers rather than online sources such as social media platforms, according to national survey research from ICOM.

First 3D-Printed Pill Gets FDA Approval

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new pill that is used to control epileptic seizures has just been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), making the first government-approved drug created on a 3D printer.

How to transform a print-first organisation into a fast-moving, digital-first asset

by Innovation Media Consulting @ Innovation

Multi-title Hanley Wood went from a Balkanized, print-first, top-heavy, sluggish organisation to a streamlined, fast-moving, highly productive digital-first, data-, content- and revenue-producing machine At B2B publisher Hanley Wood in the US, where they had three dozen print and digital brands each operating totally separately, change...

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Kerry Washington Announces New Neutrogena Foundation Shades For Brown Gals

Kerry Washington Announces New Neutrogena Foundation Shades For Brown Gals

by Ashley Monaé @ Vibe

"Inclusivity is a value that is core to my beliefs and a passion of mine."

Offline Media Influences Smartphone Searches, Purchases

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Google smartphone study finds that users notice mobile ads, that offline influences search, and that search results in purchases.

Adidas 2016 Oscars Ad “Candace Parker: Here To Create”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Facebook Data Shows Social Context Ads Work Best

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A study of more than 1 million Facebook ad units and 114 billion impressions finds the sponsored story ad format performs best, along with a wide variation in Facebook ad performance by industry.

Neutrogena Sunscreens | Truth In Advertising

Neutrogena Sunscreens | Truth In Advertising


Truth In Advertising

March 2016: The parties agreed to dismiss this action and it was dismissed . The reasons for the dismissal have not been disclosed. June 2014: A class-acti

New sustainability course at RIT's School of Media Science draws top presenters

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A new course on sustainability in the graphics communication industry had Dr. Thompson and Mr. Jones give presentations on their roles in the field while the students collaborating on their formal registration document for the certification criteria for the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership.

SMBs and Social: Facebook Ads Show Best ROI, Yet Least Used

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

More than 72% of SMBs are using social media to advertise and promote their business; They rank Facebook ads as having the best ROI of the social media channels.

Channel One News brings back Maggie to fill up air time.

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

From Jim Metrock: The big star this week on Channel One News was Maggie Rulli.  Maggie Rulli!? Didn’t she quit Channel One News over a year ago? This is how Channel One works: if a news subject is somewhat timely, and Channel One has some old videos on that subject, they will simply replay the old footage (cheap) and not send employees to create a new story (expensive).  Ms. Rulli had three long stories this week about nuclear weapons, each 5 minutes in length.  These are extremely long video segments for Channel One.  5 minutes is basically half the show. No telling how many times these same stories have been replayed on Channel One News since Rulli first made them in 2014. Increasingly, the Channel One News in-classroom TV show is made up of cheaper, filler stories.  Fillers can be feature stories of a teen doing a good thing.  That type of story is much less expensive to film than covering a current news event.  Using previously aired stories is another way to fill up time. Channel One has created numerous other inexpensive ways to fill up air time, like a segment called the Next Big Thing.  This is where Channel One […]

Americans Reject Tailored Advertising and Three Activities that Enable It

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

According to the findings of a study by the Universities of Pennsylvania and California, Berkeley, consumers don't like being tracked online and the more they know about how they're being tracked the less they like it.

Generational Differences in Gadget Ownership

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Survey results from Gallup quantify generational differences in technology ownership. For example, 88% of young adults own smartphones compared to 25% of those age 65+.

Print Coupons Top Digital Among Moms

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Per a study of over 2,200 U.S. moms, print ads (78%) and supermarket circulars (65%) take the lead when it comes to how mothers find coupons.

Evaluating Return on Investment of Multimedia Advertising with a Single-Source Panel: A Retail Case Study

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This study is important due to its methodology for it enables retail marketers to fine-tune their media strategies. It provides "a research framework to evaluate the extent to which advertising exposure correlates with changes in retail store visit behavior."

Snapshot: A Look at Media Multitasking

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In 2013, U.S. adults were expected to have spent nearly 44% of their overall media time with digital; Time spent on social media has risen by double-digits regardless of the device used.

DirecTV and FTC Face Off in Federal Court Over Deceptive Pricing Claims; FTC Seeking $4 Billion in Equitable Relief

by Donnelly L. McDowell @ Ad Law Access

A bench trial began this week to resolve allegations by the FTC that DirecTV misled millions of consumers about the actual costs of its subscriptions.  According to the FTC, DirecTV should be required to pay $3.95 billion dollars to compensate consumers for failing to disclose that it would raise its monthly subscription price after a...… Continue Reading

Dimensional Relationships of Recall and Recognition Measures with Selected Cognitive and Affective Aspects of Print Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Print ad content, when perceived as meaningful, results in consumer retention of ad details and being able to recall later when prompted. Contrarily, if a print ads strength is its attractiveness, consumers are not as likely to recollect ad details and facts, but instead to simply recall the brand name or product.

Pledge Floor Cleaner – Just $1.79 At Publix (Less Than Half Price!!)

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

Print your Pledge Floor Care coupon and take advantage of the sale at Publix. Get the bottles for just $1.79...that's less than half price!! Plus grab a discount on Pledge Furniture Products! Hurry as the sale ends 9/22! Pledge Floor Cleaner, 32 oz, $3.79 (reg $4.79) -$2/1 Pledge Floor Cleaner printable $1.79 with coupon. Pledge Furniture Products, 9.7 […]

Jerry Lewis Left All Six Children from His First Marriage Out of His Will

Jerry Lewis Left All Six Children from His First Marriage Out of His Will

by Mike Miller @ PEOPLE.com

Jerry Lewis certainly got in the last laugh when it comes to his strained relationship with his children.

According to his Last Will and Testament, provided to PEOPLE by The Blast, the funnyman emphatically cut out all six children he had with his first wife Patti Palmer will inherent nothing.

“I have intentionally excluded Gary Lewis, Ronald Lewis, Anthony Joseph Lewis, Christopher Joseph Lewis, Scott Anthony Lewis, and Joseph Christopher Lewis and their descendants as beneficiaries of my estate, it being my intention that they shall receive no benefits hereunder,” the will – which the comedian executed in 2012 – states.

The couple’s six child Joseph died of a drug overdose in 2009.

Lewis and Palmer were married for 36 years from 1944-1980. One of their children, Gary, went on to become a successful musician.

Lewis’s potentially vast estate will be passed to his widow, SanDee Pitnick. Then second in line to inherit his fortune, should something to his wife, is his 25-year-old adopted daughter Danielle.

Lewis and Pitnick, a former Las Vegas dancer, married in 1983 and adopted Danielle in 1992.

Lewis died from heart failure in August at the age of 91.

His daughter Danielle, who was working as the comedian’s manager, confirmed that “he passed peacefully at home of natural causes with his loving family at his side.”


The Patient Will See You Now

The Patient Will See You Now

by Emily Wasik @ PSFK's PurpleList

Doc.ai, Scanadu and GenLife founder Walter de Brouwer was so inspired by the tricorder device in Star Trek that he set out to create one IRL. And that he did. Although not yet released on the market,  his team at Scanadu created the Scanadu Scout which you can hold to your temple and it will […]

The Medium as a Contextual Cue

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This study bears out the adage that "the medium is the message." It is compelling contextual cues that influence consumers' perceptions of the advertising message.

Channels Driving Holiday Purchases Don't Include Online or Social

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A 2013 Holiday Retail Marketing Survey finds that email, TV, and print ads were the strongest drivers of purchases, while online and social media proved least influential.

Print Outscores Other Media With Bargain Hunters

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

An AdweekMedia/Harris Poll asked consumers their thoughts about the advertising vehicles most likely to assist them in searching out bargains and sales. As reported by AdWeek, "print outscored other media as a venue for ads that would help a person find bargains."

Changing Shapes: How Unsquaring the Wheel Came to be

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Chris Bondy, Wayne Peterson, and Dr. Joe Webb combined their knowledge of the print industry to create Unsquaring the Wheel, a book focused on changing the traditional print business model.

It's Hip to be Square: QR Code Use Soars

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Multichannel Merchant survey finds the number of merchants using QR codes as part of their marketing strategy has more than quadrupled compared to last year.

Coupons #2 Most Read Newspaper Section

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Sunday newspaper ad inserts remain a sought out feature with consumers. Among all U.S. consumers, 29.6% regularly read the Sunday ad inserts.

Nordstrom Rack Store Discounts

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

November 2015: The plaintiffs filed a Second Amended Complaint to add allegations establishing that Nordstrom intended to deceive customers, that the named plaintiff was deceived by the store, and that his reliance on the representations was reasonable. October 2015: A federal judge refused to dismiss the amended complaint finding, among other things, that the false

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Study: Data-Driven Marketing Adds $156 Billion to the U.S. Economy

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A DMA commissioned study conducted by Ivy League academics finds data-driven marketing adds $156 billion in revenue to the U.S. economy and results in the employment of more than 675,000.

Rite Aid Renewal After Sun Gel

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

In September 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Rite Aid for allegedly falsely advertising that its Renewal After Sun Gel is made of aloe when, according to the complaint, the gel does not contain any aloe at all. (Kalajian et al v. Rite Aid Corp., Case No. 17-cv-6777, C. D. CA.) For more information

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Guns or Knives Transforms Samuel Beckett Bridge into a Harp for Samsung Activation

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

As part of the launch of the new Galaxy Note 8, Guns or Knives teamed up with Samsung to create an ambitious audio-visual activation for the new phone as part of the brand’s global Do Bigger Things campaign. Tasked with launching the global ‘Do Bigger Things’ platform in Ireland, Guns or Knives set out to […]

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15% of American Adults Do Not Use the Internet At All

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to research from Pew, 15% of American adults do not use the internet or email at all--and the majority of non-users don't plan to do so in the future.

Putting the people in personalisation

by Cream Editorial @ Cream Blog - commentary on the art and science of media

Pop-ups are proving to be the key to delivering hyper-personalised customer retail experiences, says Fiona Tindall, Head of Domestic Retail at Blackjack Promotions

Kerry Washington’s First Neutrogena Commercial — Sneak Peek

Kerry Washington’s First Neutrogena Commercial — Sneak Peek


Hollywood Life

After being named the creative consultant for Neutrogena back in October of 2013, Kerry Washington has finally got herself a commercial for their new Visibly Even line. She looked like she was havi…

Parents Seeking Offers, Coupons Turn to Print and Digital

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Harris poll finds parents are more likely than consumers without children to have stepped up money saving activities, with traditional channels showing a slight lead as the place to go for offers.

Chrissy Teigen Reveals Kermit the Frog Is the Tattoo She ‘Thankfully Never Got’ — and the Muppet ‘Low Key Disses’ Her

Chrissy Teigen Reveals Kermit the Frog Is the Tattoo She ‘Thankfully Never Got’ — and the Muppet ‘Low Key Disses’ Her

by Karen Mizoguchi @ PEOPLE.com

Chrissy Teigen was such a fan of Kermit the Frog when she was younger that she would’ve permanently immortalized the Muppets character on her body.

The model and cookbook author, 31, posed a question about tattoos to her 7.5 million fans and followers on Twitter Wednesday, revealing that she “thankfully” never went through with a Kermit body ink.

“What is a tattoo you wanted when you were younger but, thankfully, never got? mine is kermit,” Teigen tweeted.

The outspoken social media star received many submissions and later shared that singer Eve’s infamous paw prints on her chest tattoos also once crossed her mind.

In between answering fans and asking Twitter to help her find six brown bananas to make banana bread, the wife of John Legend was surprised with a response from the one and only Kermit.

Kermit wrote back: “Whew! Glad to hear it. Now I don’t feel so bad about not getting that @chrissyteigen tattoo.”

And Teigen couldn’t believe Kermit’s subtle shade.

“I think kermit just low key dissed me I love him even more now,” the mother of one retweeted.

Watch out Miss Piggy!


The Honest Company’s Cleaning Products

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

August 2017: A federal judge granted preliminary approval of the settlement agreement. A final fairness hearing is scheduled for December 15, 2017. For more information, go to https://www.slssettlement.com/. June 2017: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement of this consolidated action. According to the proposed settlement terms, class members may receive a refund or

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Social Selling: Rule #2 - Reject Funnelism

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Effective social selling shakes its head at Funnelism and turns its attention the the meaningful and powerful rather than merely the easily measurable.

ROI from Print Magazine Ads Well Above Digital, Nielsen Analysis Finds

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Analysis of ROI data from Meredith's advertising program finds households exposed to print magazine ad campaigns spent significantly more (+3% to +36%) than those consumers not exposed. The average ROI was $7.81 for every $1 spent.

Neutrogena Hair Care As Low As Free In Upcoming Publix Ad

Neutrogena Hair Care As Low As Free In Upcoming Publix Ad


I Heart Publix

We have a great deal on Neutrogena products in the upcoming Publix ad. Be sure to print the big $3 coupon and be ready to grab some great deals. You can ge

US Ad Spend 2013: Fourth Consecutive Year of Growth

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Total advertising expenditures increased 0.9 percent in 2013, marking a gain for the fourth consecutive year. Growth eased without Olympic and political spending.

SMBs to Spend a Healthy Amount On Local Advertising In 2013

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Local marketing ad spend will grow 8.2% in 2013, with online advertising seeing the largest uptick.

Coach Outlets

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

September 2017: After some of the claims were dismissed in August, plaintiffs filed an Amended Consolidated Class Action Complaint making similar allegations. October 2016: A Consolidated Class Action Complaint making the same allegations was filed. August 2016: This action was consolidated to be heard with three other similar lawsuits. For more information about the other

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Local Advertising Decision Makers' Perceptions of Media Effectiveness and Substitutability

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

The fight for local media advertising is between newspapers and radio foremost, and then between direct mail, Yellow Pages, and cable TV.

Kerry Washington Announces Neutrogena Shades for Women of Color

Kerry Washington Announces Neutrogena Shades for Women of Color


NBC News

The beauty brand has just added four new shades to its inclusive Healthy Skin Liquid makeup collection to represent the diversity of women who purchases its products.

Consumers Welcome and Prefer Offline Restaurant Marketing Offers Most

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

When it comes to receiving promotional communications from restaurants, consumers prefer, and act on, traditional marketing more than online channels.

Media Consumption Trends: Increased Interest In Tablets and Streaming Media

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A growing number of Americans are likely to replace traditional laptops and desktops with tablets in 2013. There is also a growing interest in streaming media as a replacement for cable TV.

One-sided story on Kaepernick raises questions about Channel One News.

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

Channel One News demeans Civil Rights icon, tells students Kaepernick may be a modern day Rosa Parks. Kids told multi-millionaire Kaepernick is a helpless victim of corporations. Chilling transformation underway at Channel One News: More slanted news, more editorializing. From Jim Metrock:  Channel One’s lovefest for Colin Kaepernick is disgusting. This follows Channel One’s bizarre effort in May to force the cultural rot of Teen Vogue  (1) down the throats of middle school children. Welcome to the more slanted, edgier, agenda-driven, radical version of Channel One News for 2017-18. On August 25, students watched a Channel One story on how Colin Kaepernick has become an innocent victim simply by exercising his freedom of speech. Channel One’s producers intentionally included a statement saying unnamed “fans” think Kaepernick is like Rosa Parks.  That’s pretty insulting to the memory of Rosa Parks.  How much bravery did it take for this extremely wealthy athlete to kneel during the National Anthem?  Was it the same type of bravery that Ms. Parks needed to defy the white power structure in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955? Both Mr. Kaepernick and Ms. Parks lost their jobs after their protests. In 2016, Kaepernick had a base pay of $11.9 million, plus he […]

Diet Coke 2016 Oscars Ad “IT’S MINE: The Catch”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Their Hilarious First Date Story

Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Their Hilarious First Date Story

by Megan Stein @ PEOPLE.com

Chip and Joanna Gaines are the definition of marriage goals, but their relationship didn’t necessarily have a fairytale start.

In the first chapter of The Magnolia Storyreleased as a sneak peek today, the Fixer Upper dream team spills the details of how they met — and it wasn’t exactly love at first sight.

Joanna agreed to go out on a date with Chip after meeting him and his roommate “Hot John” — who she actually tried to approach minutes earlier, but was too shy — in the waiting room of her dad’s auto shop. She had second thoughts, however, after Chip arrived an hour and a half late to pick her up.

RELATED: HGTV Star Joanna Gaines Talks Fixer Upper Fame and Work-Life Balance: ‘Family Is First’

“He didn’t apologize for being late, either. He had so much confidence. I don’t know. I can’t explain it. Only Chip could be an hour and a half late and have no one mad about it,” Joanna writes.

WATCH THIS: HGTV Stars Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri Compete to Make the Better Birdhouse

The chapter continues to describe the timeline of their relationship, which didn’t actually start until months after they first went out, when Chip (in typical guy fashion) finally called Joanna back.

“I’d made a bet with Hot John to see who could hold out the longest before calling our dates back,” Chip writes “I really wanted that fifty dollars from John! That’s the only reason I didn’t call.”

After they went out a second time, the rest was history.

RELATED: The Property Brothers Throw a House Party in New ‘Let the Night Shine In’ Music Video

For the full access to the details on their meet-cute, relatable dating moments, and how they got their start on HGTV (hint: it involves a very expensive impulse buy), preorder the The Magnolia Story here.


Benchmarking Advertising Efficiency

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This research uses an econometric analysis to assess the correlations between the media choices and overall business results. Printed mass media advertising showed greater impact than broadcast advertising.

Magazine Cover Ads Often Outperform Other Premium Spots

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Research from Affinity's Vista service about ads on the front covers of magazines -- where advertising had long been seen as controversial within the industry -- finds that advertising can work very well and often outperform ads placed in a magazine's other premium spots.

Video: Olivia Holt’s First Neutrogena Ad April 10, 2016

Video: Olivia Holt’s First Neutrogena Ad April 10, 2016


Dis411

On March 2, 2016, Olivia Holt from I Didn't Do It was happy to announce that she was the new face of Neutrogena. So, on Sunday (April 10), the actress was s

Disney’s The Jungle Book 2016 Oscars Ad “Attention”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

La Porte High School (IN) encourages students to sign up for debit cards

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

SkoolLive brags about advertising debit cards to secondary school students. From Jim Metrock:  It’s a bit unusual for a high school to actively encourage students to apply for a debit card. Not sayin’ it hasn’t been done before, but… the La Porte High School in Indiana (not the Texas school by the same name) appears to be breaking new ground. It’s even stranger that the school administrators at La Porte High School in Indiana are apparently plugging only one financial institution’s products.  Do companies in this Indiana community vie to become the “official” bank, doughnut shop, or wireless carrier for the local schools? Purdue Federal Credit Union has a really good looking debit card that will certainly catch the eye of the student body.  The school’s team is called the  Slicers and the debit card is decked out in Slicer orange.  This is a must-have for all students, at least Purdue Federal hopes so. How irresponsible is this for the La Porte Comunity School Corporation to be pushing debit cards?  Since this is the second year Purdue Federal has been advertising on SkoolLive’s electronic billboards at La Porte High, the school board must be supportive of this type of financial marketing […]

The Rise and Fall of Financial Typesetting

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

With the rise of technology came the fall of financial typesetting, but it's still hanging on by a thread.

Crash Test Dummies are being 3D Printed Larger to Reflect the Average Person

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

New 3D printed crash test dummies are made to reflect the average American, for more realistic testing results.

Littlewoods & Wolfgang Digital Shortlisted for Three Landy Awards

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

Wolfgang Digital and its client Littlewoods Ireland have been shortlisted for three Landy Awards which are regarded as the “World Cup of search marketing” and are run by Search Engine Land. The Awards take place in New York every year. Littlewoods has made the shortlist in the Best Integration of Search into Cross Channel Marketing. […]

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Nielsen: Shoppers Prefer Print Ads for Sales and Promotions

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

New research from Nielsen examining the benefits of print and digital advertising finds that shoppers prefer print advertising, followed by basic digital (websites, email).

Android 2016 Oscars Ad “Monotune”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Third Circuit Steps Back from the Brink of a Circuit Split over “Ascertainability”

by Jeffrey S. Jacobson @ Ad Law Access

Yesterday, a panel of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals took another step back from a circuit split over the extent to which aspiring class plaintiffs must show a “reliable and administratively feasible means of determining whether putative class members fall within the class definition,” and one judge called for scrapping that requirement altogether. In...… Continue Reading

84% of Americans Go Online Daily; Increase Thanks to Smartphones

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

In 2011, 78% of U.S. adults went online daily. In 2012, this number jumped to 84% -- thanks to the increasing adoption of smartphones.

Sandra Bullock Movie Casting in Austin

by John @ 2017 Auditions Database

Casting directors are now casting the lead speaking role for the new movie Bird Box, which stars Sandra Bullock. Filming will shoot in Austin, Texas and producers [...]

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Direct Mail ROI: Every Dollar Spent Generates $12.57 In Sales

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to the DMA, a dollar investment in direct marketing advertising generates $12.57 in sales.

First 3D printed building in the world opens in Dubai

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Over 17 days, a complete building was made using 3D printing technology. Dubai plans to make 25% of buildings using this technique by 2030.

Nicole Kidman's Red Carpet Philosophy: 'I Try To Have Sense of Humor About It'

Nicole Kidman's Red Carpet Philosophy: 'I Try To Have Sense of Humor About It'


PEOPLE.com

The actress and face of Neutrogena on her red carpet process and starring in her first commercial for the skin care brand

Palmolive Dish Soap $1.99 at Harris Teeter!

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

Need dish soap? Clip your coupon and pick up Palmolive for just $1.99 after coupon through 9/26 at Harris Teeter! Palmolive Dish Soap, 32.5 oz - $2.99$0.25/1 Palmolive Fusion Clean Dish Liquid; Includes 20 oz or Larger Only $0.25/1 Palmolive Ultra Dish Liquid – 9-17-17 SS; Includes 20 oz or Larger Only (exp. 09/30/17) $0.50/1Keep Reading..

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Online Shoppers Like Receiving Print Advertising

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Over 10,000 online shoppers how they preferred to hear about upcoming sales and promotions from favorite web retailers. Not surprisingly, email promotions come out on top for online shoppers. Yet, the #2 spot went to print mail, with a full one-quarter of all online shoppers say a print catalog or a direct mail promotional piece received at home is preferred.

Does the NAD’s Capillus Decision Baldly Contradict the FDA?

by August T. Horvath @ Ad Law Access

On September 12, the NAD released its decision in its review of the Capillus82 hair growth device (Case #6107).  This case is unusual in that it addressed a challenge to a prescription-only medical device, and related closely to the FDA’s clearance of that product to be marketed.  The NAD took pains to emphasize that its...… Continue Reading

CMOs Pull Back On Offline Ad Spend, Up Investment In Digital

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Top U.S. marketers forecast a -2.7% decrease in traditional ad spend over the next 12 months. The picture is rosier for digital marketing with spending to grow by 10.2% in the next year.

Scientists push for the Commercial Adoption of Rewritable Paper

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Scientists at the University of California have created a rewritable paper that can be imaged using UV light.

Neutrogena TV Commercial - MCTV Talent Agency

Neutrogena TV Commercial - MCTV Talent Agency


MCTV Talent Agency

This week and last, loads of MCTV extras were working on a new Neutrogena Commercial for Australian screens. There have been several scenes including one a

Crazy In Love! Beyoncé and JAY-Z Share PDA-Filled Date Aboard Yacht on Date Night

Crazy In Love! Beyoncé and JAY-Z Share PDA-Filled Date Aboard Yacht on Date Night

by Alexia Fernandez @ PEOPLE.com

No one is crying over split lemonade as Beyoncé and JAY-Z are more in love than ever.

The superstar couple shared some PDA aboard a yacht and shared their loved-up snaps on Beyonce’s website on Thursday.

The two looked relaxed as they shared a kiss, with the “Empire State of Mind” rapper holding a cigar in one hand with his other arm wrapped around his wife’s shoulders.

The “Formation” singer, 36, wore a black and white pinstriped top with ruffles along the v-neck, as well as jean shorts and cat-eye black and white sunglasses.

She posed in another photo, reclining in her seat while looking at the camera and accentuating her cleavage-baring top.

The singer has been sharing more of her life with fans since welcoming her twins, Rumi and Sir, in June. She and JAY-Z, 47, also share big sister, 5-year-old Blue Ivy.

On Monday night, Queen Bey flaunted her post-pregnancy curves in a series of Instagram photos, posing in skin-tight hot-pink Balenciaga pants and a floral pussy-bow top from the same brand.

The couple recently stepped out for Rihanna’s Diamond Ball in mid-September — their first official return to the spotlight since the birth of their twins.

Beyoncé wore a draped dark teal gown with plunging neckline and thigh-high slit that looked way more expensive than it is. The House of CB maxi dress clocks in at just $165, and is still available to buy now (just in time for fall wedding season!).

Beyoncé and Blue, along with mother Tina Knowles Lawson, were recently spotted in Houston, serving meals to 400 Hurricane Harvey survivors.


Consumers: Printed Ads Would Be Missed Most

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

When consumers were asked, "Which of the following forms of advertising would you miss most if it disappeared tomorrow?," the response was overwhelmingly printed ads.

Displacement and Reinforcement Effects of the Internet and Other Media as Sources of Advertising Information

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This classic study looks at the extent to which consumer use of the Internet displaces or reinforces the use of other media as sources of advertising information.

Kerry Washington Announces New Neutrogena Foundation Shades For Brown Gals

Kerry Washington Announces New Neutrogena Foundation Shades For Brown Gals


Vibe

Neutrogena Brand Ambassador and Creative Consultant for Cosmetics, Kerry Washington, shared the news that the brand created new shades for women of color in a cool way.

Offline Ads Drive Mobile Response

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Smartphones are changing the way consumers shop -- 96% of owners have researched a product or service on their device and offline ads are proven drivers of mobile search.

8 Mandy Moore Neutrogena Ad clippings  | eBay

8 Mandy Moore Neutrogena Ad clippings | eBay


eBay

These ads were carefully removed from their respective magazines, and are a great addition to any collection. | eBay!

Herbalife Events

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

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Recruiting Salespeople: Stop Hiring the Retreads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Sidestep the retreads: Embedding a multistep, carefully crafted process for recruiting, on-boarding, and developing a new salesperson takes some real thought and investment.

Consumers Trust Advertising In Print More Than Other Media

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Despite changes in media consumption in recent years, research finds European consumers continue to have most trust in advertising in printed media.

Discounts on Gap Factory and Banana Republic Factory Websites

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

February 2017: After the complaint was amended in December 2016, a federal judge dismissed claims for equitable relief (a nonmonetary judgment, such as a court order requiring a party to act or prohibiting a party from acting) because the named plaintiff has other remedies available to her. The claims were dismissed . Other claims will

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Print-on-Demand: Key to Engaging New Generations

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Ever since digital communication technologies have become widespread, print has become more accessible and convenient for the newer generations. In addition, several new methods to approach print now exist. The future of print relies on the value and use it holds for upcoming generations.

Electronic Media vs. Print: All Generations Prefer Paper

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A European survey finds that paper is still the favored medium of all age groups -- including young adults.

40% of Mobile Ad Clicks Are Fraudulent Or Accidental

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Approximately 10% of Internet ad traffic comes from mobile devices yet 40% of mobile ad clicks are fraudulent or accidental, a study finds.

5 Reasons Why Print is More Valuable than Digital

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Recent research conducted by the Temple University Center for Neural Decision Making has recently conducted some research that proves print's advantage to digital in several different ways.

Using Neuroscience to Understand the Role of Direct Mail

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

A neuroscience-based study strongly suggests that greater emotional processing and internalization is facilitated by the physical advertising material than by the digital ads. Physical materials have a more personal effect, and therefore should aid (purchase) motivation.

Cascadian Farm Bars – Just $1 Per Box At Publix

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

Don't forget to pick up cheap Cascadian Farm Bars this week at Publix. With the BOGO and the printable coupon you pay just $1 per box of granola bars. Grab your coupons pick up your favorites at a very nice discount. Cascadian Farm Bars, 7.4 to 8.85 oz, BOGO $3.99 -$1/1 Cascadian Farm Product Printable -$1/1 […]

WOM and Traditional Ads Promotes Trust and Consumer Action

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Word-of-mouth, TV, branded websites, and newspaper and magazines remain the most trusted advertising sources finds a survey of more than 29,000 consumers from around the globe.

Is An Advertisement Worth The Paper It's Printed On?

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Although more companies are using premium-print technologies in their advertising, empirical research has yet to examine the effectiveness of such executions. This field experiment investigates the effect of premium-print advertising's impact on consumer perceptions and intentions.

Michelada Recipe – Serve Up Great Taste At A Great Price Thanks To The Publix Sale

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

This post is sponsored by Clamato®. All comments and opinions are my own. Serve up a tasty cocktail at your next get together. Bring out the Clamato® and whip up the perfect Michelada! Clamato is the authentic tomato cocktail that spices up all your parties and get-togethers. It adds more to your meals and cocktails—from a […]

Harris Teeter Deals Weekend e-VIC Specials 9/22 – 9/26

by nikkigminder @ The Harris Teeter Deals

  Weekend E-VIC Specials are valid in some areas only on Saturday, and some areas Saturday & Sunday. (Everyone usually gets the same weekend deals.) I will update the list of everyone’s personal E-VICs as they come in!  All other specials are possibles that you may have in your email. You can only get the onesKeep Reading..

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Study: The Power of Magazine Advertising

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

New research out of the UK finds magazines drive consumers towards purchase, are highly engaging and trusted, and are the medium most likely to hold consumers' sole attention.

Traditional Media Ads Best For Reaching, Influencing Affluent Buyers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Traditional media still claims top spot for reaching affluent adults. TV has the lead when it comes to recall of, and interest in, a luxury item they saw or heard, while magazines prove effective in reaching those who plan to buy luxury items.

Nicole Kidman Is the New Face of Neutrogena

Nicole Kidman Is the New Face of Neutrogena


The Hollywood Reporter

There's a new brand ambassador in town.

Samsung Mobile Galaxy S7 2016 Oscars Ad “Virtual Reality Machine”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

There's Still Time to Enter Sappi's Printer of the Year Competition

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Since 1999, Sappi has been celebrating great printers through their Printer of the Year award. Any printed media produced in the US and Canada from 2016 is eligible.

“Madden 18” Game Review (Xbox One)

by Clayton Crooks III @ Dis411

Written by Clayton Crooks III.

Wow it has been a while since I’ve done a review. Nonetheless I’ll skip the pleasantries: It’s Madden season! (Wait

This post was originally found on Dis411 at “Madden 18” Game Review (Xbox One).

Magazines Continue to Rank Highest In Ad Receptivity

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Magazines continue to score significantly higher than TV and online in ad attention and receptivity, as well as other key engagement dimensions.

Online Ad Clutter Reduces Effectiveness and Brand Opinion

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to a survey from Burst Media, ad cluttered websites annoy their audience and leave consumers with a less favorable opinion of an advertiser whose ads appears on such a page.

Bord Gáis Energy and Hive partnership to show benefits of Connected Home living this Winter

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

This week sees the launch of a partnership between Bord Gáis Energy and leading UK connected home brand Hive, designed to excite and engage consumers around the benefits of having a connected home this winter. The two brands, both owned by global and energy services company Centrica, will run concurrent activity across TV, radio, print, […]

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Pew: U.S. Adult Gadget Ownership Statistics

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to the latest mobile-related figures from the Pew Internet Project, 91% of American adults own a cell phone (56% have a smartphone); tablet ownership has reached 35%.

Newspaper Ads Most Popular, TV Best ROI say SMBs

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Analysis from BIA/Kelsey's ongoing tracking survey of small and medium-sized businesses traditional advertising choices finds that newspaper ads are most used, while TV is deemed most effective.

Food Packed in Food

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Food industries are taking the initiative to reduce their waste through innovative new packaging materials made from byproducts of the production process.

Pew: Newspapers Account for 60% of Total News Revenue

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to Pew, newspapers remain far and away the clear news revenue leader, as compared to different types of news media (TV, digital, etc.), accounting for close to 60% of the total news revenue of $63.2 billion.

U.S. Teens Prefer Offline Ads to Online

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A recent study finds the new digital generation -- teens, ages 12 to 17 -- generally have more favorable attitudes towards print, radio and TV ads, than online ads.

Generating Website Traffic

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This classic academic study, which still holds true based on more current studies, finds It would be a costly mistake for Internet companies to rely solely on online advertising to build awareness and generate traffic.

Americans Still Prefer Print and Paper Communications

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to a recent survey, Americans have declared their preference for paper-based media in a digital world with 70% stating they prefer to read print and paper communications than reading off a screen.

Consumers Prefer Print for Catalogs, Bills, Statements

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to a survey of 1,500 US adult consumers, most prefer print to e-mail for bills, invoices, financial statements and catalogs.

Print YP Ad Study: $24 ROI for Every Dollar Spent

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A study examining the value of print ads published in independent Yellow Pages finds the ROI for directory ads averages about $24 for every $1 spent.

Measuring Media Effectiveness: Comparing Media Contribution Throughout the Purchase Funnel

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This study demonstrates how magazines add an important influence to all segments of the purchase funnel -- especially the most noteworthy category of purchase intent.

The Changing Face of the American Household

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new census report provides an updated picture of the composition and complexity of U.S families and households; for example, one in 5 households is made up of the so-called "nuclear family."

7 in 10 Adults Access Content from Newspaper Media Each Week

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A majority of U.S. adults (69%) read newspaper media content in print or online in a typical week, or access it on mobile devices in a typical month; This includes six out of 10 (59%) young adults, ages 18-24.

Print ROI Four Times that of TV

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Researchers discovered that the return on print magazine ads were far greater than expected to boost awareness.

See What's Possible Campaign: Rachael Taylor

See What's Possible Campaign: Rachael Taylor


Best Ads on TV

Leading actress and Neutrogena ambassador Rachael Taylor, shares how obstacles pushed her to defy all limitations in pursuit of her Hollywood dream. #SeeWhatsPossible

Kathy Griffin Files for Restraining Order Against Neighbor After Verbal Altercation with the KB Home CEO

Kathy Griffin Files for Restraining Order Against Neighbor After Verbal Altercation with the KB Home CEO

by Christina Dugan @ PEOPLE.com

Kathy Griffin has filed for a restraining order against her neighbor, KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger, following a verbal altercation that occurred over the weekend.

According to The Blast, the 56-year-old comedian filed the request against Mezger and his wife, Sandra, in Los Angeles County Court on Thursday.

On Tuesday, Huffington Post released audio of the reported incident — which was taken from security footage — that happened on Saturday, in which Mezger allegedly verbally attacks Griffin and her boyfriend, Randy Bick, after the couple had made a complaint to the Los Angeles Police Department about the noise coming from Mezger’s home.

In the explicit audio, Mezger can be heard screaming profanities, calling Griffin a “f—– bald d–e “whom President Donald Trump “kind of put the heat on.” (Griffin shaved her head over the summer in support for her sister, Joyce, who was battling cancer. Joyce Griffin died last week.)

Mezger continued his rant by saying, “Let’s declare war, a—–e, ’cause we got a lot to go for. Let’s bring it on, you b—-.’ ” He also referred to Griffin as a “f—— c—.”

Bick told HuffPost that he called in a complaint to the LAPD late Saturday after “hours” of excessive noise at Mezger’s residence.

“Mr. Mezger regrets losing his temper over a supposed noise complaint involving his three young grandchildren in his swimming pool around 8 p.m. on Saturday, while they were being supervised by their mother and grandmother,” a KB Home spokesperson told the outlet in a statement. “He apologizes for the language he used, as it does not reflect who he is or what he believes.”

KB Home is the sixth largest publicly traded company and is known for its energy and water efficient homebuilding. Mezger has been with the company since 1993. According to The Wall Street Journal, KB Home said it will cut Mezger’s annual bonus by 25 percent following the surfaced recording.

In May, Griffin sparked nationwide outrage after posing with a replica of President Donald Trump‘s bloodied, decapitated head in her hand — a career move that changed her life.

“I’m a comic. I crossed the line, I moved the line and then I crossed the line,” she said in a video posted on Twitter. “I went way too far. The image is too disturbing. I understand how it offends people, it wasn’t funny.”

A rep for Griffin did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.


Channel One News keeps showing video plugging vulgar Teen Vogue on FB

by Jim Metrock @ Obligation

  From Jim Metrock: Channel One News keeps on plugging Teen Vogue and their radical sexual and political agenda with high school, middle school, and elementary school kids. Elementary school students?!  Yes, Channel One has a version of their daily show for elementary school students.  They say they do not have advertising on this version, but they don’t allow the public to see their elementary version unless you pay a fee. So it is easy to assume that some elementary students who are forced to watch Channel One at their school will visit Channelone.com and Channel One’s Facebook page. On Channel One’s Facebook page they prominently feature their video promotion of Teen Vogue.  Teen Vogue would probably be considered by a majority of parents as age-inappropriate for all middle school students and some high school students.  Rubbing Teen Vogue in the faces of elementary school children is appalling. Channel One’s slanted take on the news is showcased by the daily promoting of Teen Vogue on their Facebook page. Video:  Channel One FB promo Teen Vogue July 15  

O’Reilly Automotive Stores Windshield Wiper Fluid

by TINA @ Truth In Advertising

A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against O’Reilly Automotive Stores for allegedly misrepresenting that its windshield wiper fluid protects and functions in temperatures as low as -20 degrees Fahrenheit when, according to the complaint, the fluid freezes in such temperatures and, as a result, cannot be pumped through the windshield wiper system to clean

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The Impact of Print Magazine Ad Placement on Readership

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Top-line results from Starch Advertising Research's analysis on the effect print magazine ad placement has on reader attention.

Claiming Privacy Shield Participation on Your Website? Lessons from the FTC’s First Privacy Shield Enforcement Action

by Ilunga Kalala and Dana B. Rosenfeld @ Ad Law Access

The Federal Trade Commission recently announced settlements with Decusoft, LLC, Tru Communication, Inc. (doing business as TCPrinting.net), and Md7, LLC, resolving allegations that the companies misrepresented their participation in the E.U.-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield. The announcement comes just before the first Privacy Shield annual review (scheduled for September 2017) and marks the FTC’s first...… Continue Reading

Moms Lead Way In Use of QR Codes to Find Deals

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A study examining the shopping behaviors of 8,000 U.S. mothers shows moms are more likely than the general population to include use of QR codes in their deal-finding arsenal.

Traditional Ads Play Key Role in the Smartphone Purchase Funnel

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Google/Ipsos OTX MediaCT smartphone consumer behavior study shows ads in traditional media plays a key role in motivating users for to perform searches to assist in their shopping and subsequent purchases.

Study Reveals Online Marketing is Falling Short with Consumers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new study from Adobe finds both consumers and professional marketers believe traditional marketing is still more effective than online marketing.

How VR Is Revolutionizing Storytelling As Story Living

How VR Is Revolutionizing Storytelling As Story Living

by Emily Wasik @ PSFK's PurpleList

Google’s Head of Strategic Planning, Abigail Posner, discusses a new ethnographic study their team conducted that examines this transition from storytelling to story living.

Ad of the Week: Neutrogena HydroBoost - Boys and Girls - AdWorld.ie

Ad of the Week: Neutrogena HydroBoost - Boys and Girls - AdWorld.ie


AdWorld.ie

The Lowdown: The ad that gives you a boost. When you’re always on the go and busy, it’s nice to get a boost to keep you going. So, to celebrate the launch of Neutrogena Hydroboost, we created an ad that pays you a compliment. Appearing as a regular ad, it surprised passersby with real-time reactive …

Survey: 54% of US Adults Read eBooks, Yet Print Remains the Major Player

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A majority of Americans (54%) are currently read e-books, including two-thirds of Millennials (66%). With that said, print still dominates; nearly half of Americans (46%) say they only read print books.

Americans Worried About Their Privacy Online; More Cite Business Data Collection

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A high proportion of U.S. adults (92%) are worried about their privacy online. More users cite business data collection over government surveillance programs as the their concerns.

Consumers Are Interacting With Digital Magazine Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

More than half of consumers who read a magazine advertisement on their tablet or e-reader interacted with the ad, according to new research from GfK MRI Starch Digital.

Measuring Media Effectiveness: Assessing Media ROI throughout the Purchase Funnel

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

MPA asked Marketing Evolution to update learning on their 2006 analysis of 20 cross-media accountability studies. Marketing Evolution added 18 additional cross-media accountability studies and went beyond analyzing effects to focus on return on investment (ROI).

Neutrogena Commercial Casting Call for Teens and Young Adults

Neutrogena Commercial Casting Call for Teens and Young Adults


2017 Auditions Database

Neutrogena Commercial Casting Call for Teens and Young Adults in the Miami area who are the ages 15-24.

Behind the Neutrogena Ad w/ Kerry Washington

Behind the Neutrogena Ad w/ Kerry Washington


Hot 96.3

Check out the Scandal star keeps her skin fresh with the first ad for Neutrogena. Full Story:

75% of Advertisers Use Social Ads, Half Integrate With Print

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Paid social media advertising is increasingly being viewed as an integrated tactic by advertisers -- 66% use the channel in combo with other online advertising, and 51% use it in conjunction with offline advertising.

AT&T 2016 Oscars Ad “Formal Wear”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Traditional Advertising Has Most Impact on Buying Decisions

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to Deloitte's fifth edition "State of the Media Democracy" survey, consumers say that the advertising that has the most impact on their purchasing decisions is delivered via traditional media.

Coupons: Print Going Strong, Digital Making Inroads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Consumers of all ages and incomes use coupons, with those ages 25-34 being the heaviest users and more likely than other age groups to turn to mobile and social media to acquire savings.

High Proportion of Display Ads Not Seen by Intended Audience

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A review of user engagement with display ads finds that that nearly 40% of these ads are not seen by their intended audience.

Two-Thirds of Small Town Residents Read Community Newspapers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Approximately two-thirds (67%) of residents in small U.S. communities regularly read their local newspaper. Seven out of ten (71%) say advertisement in these papers help them make better purchasing decisions.

US Advertisers are underspending by $31 billion

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

US Advertisers are underspending by 19% and focusing too much on limited platforms.

A map to a gold mine?

by J. Wilpers @ Innovation

If you had been searching for a gold mine for years and stumbled upon a map used by the miners who knew where the mine was, wouldn’t you pick it up? We can’t promise riches beyond your wildest dreams, but the 2017 edition of “Innovation...

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TransPromo Takes Off with B2B Companies

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Pitney Bowes Inc. survey of B2B companies shows that TransPromo -- the practice of adding marketing messages to bills and statements and other transactional documents -- is "moving from a much-talked-about projection to a widely implemented reality."

Audience Experiences of Media Context and Embedded Advertising: A Comparison of Eight Media

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This academic study finds that consumers find that print ads are seen as least annoying, whereas advertising in broadcast media is seen as most annoying.

Neutrogena Coupons ~ Printable, Newspaper, Cash Back, Rebates, Deals

Neutrogena Coupons ~ Printable, Newspaper, Cash Back, Rebates, Deals


The Couponing Couple

Find current Neutrogena coupons and Neutrogena deals here! Listed below are all the current Neutrogena printable coupons and other Neutrogena coupons!

Study Reveals Link Between Magazines and Social Among Millennials

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new study of over 1,000 younger consumers finds Gen Y enjoy and engage with magazine content -- they're just reading them in different ways.

It's Not Your Father's Magazine Ad: Magnitude and Direction of Recent Changes in Advertising Style

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

In this paper, the authors examine some of the stylistic changes that have occurred in magazine ads. They argue that the changes observed in advertising style reflect substantive changes in the consumers to which these ads were directed, and that these stylistic changes were necessary if such advertising was to continue to be effective.

Neutrogena TV Commercial - New Neutrogena’s Rapid Wrinkle Repair Cream - Featuring Nicole Kidman - formulated With Accelerated Retinol SA To Fade Fine Lines And Brighten Skin In 1 Week

Neutrogena TV Commercial - New Neutrogena’s Rapid Wrinkle Repair Cream - Featuring Nicole Kidman - formulated With Accelerated Retinol SA To Fade Fine Lines And Brighten Skin In 1 Week


TV Commercial Spots - Its All About The Ads!

Nicole Kidman tells wrinkles their time is up. This rich anti-aging moisturizer, formulated with accelerated Retinol SA, is clinically proven to fades fine lines and brightens skin in just one w

Online Ads So Pervasive, Many Ignoring Them Altogether

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Online ads (82%) top the list as most ignored by all generations, while ads featured in traditional media are least ignored.

Disconnect: B2B Info Seekers Rely On Print, Yet 1/3 of Publishers Plan Print Ad Cuts

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A recent B2B survey finds info seekers continue to rely on print as a source for industry related content and publishers report that print remains a key source of revenue. Despite this, 32% of publishers expect to cut their print ad budgets in the next year.

Consumers Not Trusting Of Social Media Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A Forrester Research survey finds consumers place the least amount of trust in social media marketing, SMS messaging, and internet ad content.

Online Ads: Who Is (And Isn't) Clicking and Why

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A survey finds that two in three have clicked or acted on an ad in the past six months, yet for respondents who don't click on ads, 21% say the main reason is because they fear getting a computer virus, and another 17% don't trust ads to be truthful. One in 4 for say they ignore online ads altogether, regardless of ad relevance.

Young Adults Most Trusting of Advertising Claims

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Nine in 10 US adults 18-34 trust advertising at least sometimes, the highest trust level of any age group, according to results of an Adweek Media/Harris Poll.

Does Web Advertising Work? Memory for Print vs. Online Media

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

In this classic study, print ad content was recognized at a higher level than what was delivered online. Though Internet advertising was a novelty in 1998, the ability to see the full ad in printed format remains a strong point of the medium.

Test Clean Wipes Than By Wiping Off Your Magazine's Makeup

Test Clean Wipes Than By Wiping Off Your Magazine's Makeup


PSFK

Brazil Neutrogena designed a magazine that lets readers wipe a magazine model’s face to test Neutrogena Deep Clean makeup remover wipes.

The Influence of Media on Advertising Effectiveness: A Comparison of Internet, Posters, and Radio

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This classic academic study finds few significant differences in advertising effectiveness regarding printed matter (out of home posters) and Internet media.

Women Most Notice Price, Quality Info in Advertising

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

The top elements of advertising that make women "take notice" are an easily found price (45%) and proof or details of quality (43%) followed by relevant messaging (39%) and ads that are easy to remember (28%).

Criticality of Printed Information in the Retail Industry

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

An academic paper summarizing the survey of retail store managers' attitudes towards the value, use, and future of printed promotional material (e.g., direct mail, catalogs, and in-store signage).

Nature Made Gummies – As Low As $1.09 At Publix

by Michelle @ I Heart Publix

You can grab a really nice deal on Nature Made Adult Gummies at Publix. Combine the coupon and Ibotta offer for super savings. Grab the bottles for as low as $1.09 each...time to stock up! Nature Made Vitamin Gummies, 30 to 400 ct, (reg $7.59+) 33% Off, $5.09+ -$2/2 Nature Made Products, 08/27 SS (exp […]

Consumers Turning Off from Digital Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A new report finds that the majority of consumers feel there are too many digital ads, and that they are too pervasive.

Tablets Ads Deliver Better Results Than Mobile

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Recent advertising effectiveness analysis finds tablet display ads delivered better results than mobile.

Affluent Millennials Open to Advertising

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

According to the 2010 Ipsos Mendelsohn Affluent Survey, contrary to the popular belief that 18 to 34-year old consumers are more likely to reject or avoid advertising than older affluent consumers -- they are, in fact, actually more interested in ads featured in nearly all mediums.

Samsung Mobile Galaxy S7 2016 Oscars Ad “Why?”

by oscaradman @ Oscars-Ads.com

Mobile Ad Revenue Surpasses Desktop

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Mobile ad revenue overtakes desktop for the first time. Digital advertising as a whole passes TV as most ad spending.

Think Small: How creative advertising made the Beetle into an icon

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Think Small. The 60's Beetle ad campaign turned this nazi-engineered, ugly car into the iconic "car of the people"

Print: Dead or Alive

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Print is dying as a way to share information, but as a medium for advertising it's thriving.

Neutrogena Items 20% OFF! HUGE $3 Coupon as low as $2.19! - The Harris Teeter Deals

Neutrogena Items 20% OFF! HUGE $3 Coupon as low as $2.19! - The Harris Teeter Deals


The Harris Teeter Deals

We have 20% off Neutrogena Products this week and great news! This coupon has reset again! Here’s a sampling of pricing. There are TONS of items to choose from. Neutrogena Men Invigorating Face Wash, 5.1 oz - $5.19SAVE $3.00 on any (1) Neutrogena® product (Excl. Cosmetics, 7-count makeup remover cleansing towelettes, bar soap, trials, andKeep Reading..

Accountability II: How Media Drive Results and Impact Online Success

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

This MPA paper present an aggregation of cross-media accountability studies demonstrating that magazines add an important influence to all segments of the purchase funnel -- especially the most noteworthy category of purchase intent.

Offline More Influential than Social and Mobile, Consumers Say

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Offline media easily beat out social and mobile as more influential in the purchasing process, finds Deloitte's annual consumer survey. Word of mouth consistently leads the way as the top purchase influence.

Email Clutter: 44% Say More Than Half of Their Emails Come From Marketers

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

More than four in 10 of U.S. adults surveyed say more than half of emails received every week come from marketers. Nearly the same number (40%) say they enjoy getting emails weekly, if from their favorite brands.

Predictors of Advertising Avoidance in Print and Broadcast Media

by @ Print in the Mix: Research Summaries

Advertising in broadcast media is more likely to be avoided than print advertising.

Print Ads Garner Greater Attention than Online Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Deloitte's fifth edition "State of the Media Democracy" survey finds consumers pay greater attention to print advertising than they do online ads.

How great companies analyse and act on data

by Innovation Media Consulting @ Innovation

Single metrics are no longer good enough, they don’t tell us enough about the link between news production and reader satisfaction. Working out which combined metrics are right for which model, though, is not easy. Some news companies have increased their use of analytics, but...

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Consumers Turn to Print, TV, Radio, Not Social Media, for New Brand Info

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Offline channels, such as TV, print media and radio -- not Facebook or Twitter -- are the ways consumers most frequently discovered new brands, products and services, recent research finds.

Ad of the Week: Boys and Girls Launch New Campaign and Brand Identity for Three Mobile

by AdWorld @ AdWorld.ie

Mobile phone operator Three Mobile has launched a major new rebrand and advertising campaign which will span TV, digital, OOH, radio, social and PR. The Make it Count campaign kicked off this week. “We’re delighted to unveil the work we’ve been doing on behalf of Three over the past number of months. It’s an evolution […]

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Print Equipment Market Makes a Shift Due to Communication Technology

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

With the increase in use of smartphones and digital technology, printing companies adapt to the changing market.

Kerry Washington Surprises Black Women With Announcement of New Neutrogena Shades

Kerry Washington Surprises Black Women With Announcement of New Neutrogena Shades


The Grapevine

When it comes to makeup, I typically end up buying two different foundation shades in order to find a match. And even then, it’s never perfect.

Traditional Media Still Most Trusted Sources of Info and News

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A recent study finds consumer trust in traditional media is much higher than digital media, while online research holds the most sway with influencing brand-buying buying decisions.

Wirecutter, But for Everything

by Jacqui Cheng @ The Sweethome

In October, we are retiring The Wirecutter and The Sweethome names and launching a unified website to be a definitive review source for our readers: Wirecutter.

Marketers Shift Focus From Traditional Tactics ... But Not Direct Mail

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

A survey finds marketers expect to decrease focus on newspapers (32%), consumer magazines (28%) and other traditional channels in 2013 --yet, direct marketing is one offline tactic that is not an area of shifting focus.

Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right.

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

"The Washington Post" finds research that proves that the digital generation prefers reading in print rather than in digital.

U.S. Total Media Ad Spend Gets Lift From Digital

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

eMarketer predicts U.S. advertisers to spend $171.01 billion on paid media this year, up 3.6% compared to 2012. Digital is giving ad spending a boost, while TV remains the top ad medium.

Four Out of 5 Take Action Thanks to Newspaper Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Four out of five U.S. adults say they took action as a result of print newspaper ad in the past month, and 53% made a purchase, according to a recent NAA study.

Barnes and Noble is dying - and taking books with it

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Barnes and Noble is losing profit and acquiring debt which is bad news for authors and publishers

73% of Online U.S. Adults Use a Social Networking Site

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

The latest Pew survey shows that 73% of online U.S. adults now use a social networking site of some kind. Facebook dominates in the number of users (71%), but a number of users are diversifying onto other platforms.

Consumers Take Action Thanks to Magazine Ads

by @ Print in the Mix: FastFacts

Six out of 10 magazine readers say exposure to specific magazine ads led them to take, or plan to take, action (such as make a purchase).

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Neutrogena Deep Clean Cream Cleanser, 7 Fl. Oz
$5.19
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle System With Retinol, 1 Kit
$20.61
Neutrogena Rainbath Refreshing Shower And Bath Gel, Body Wash, Original, 16 Fl. Oz.
$13.99
Neutrogena Triple Age Repair Moisturizer, Night, 1.7 Oz
$17.90
Neutrogena Ultra Gentle Hydrating Cleanser For Sensitive Skin, 12 Fl. Oz.
$8.19
Neutrogena Pore Refining Daily Cleanser, 6.7 Fl. Oz.
$7.99
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 100, 3 Fl. Oz.
$10.99
Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash, Salicylic Acid Acne Treatment, Pink Grapefruit, 8.5 Fl. Oz. (Pack of 3)
$25.00
Neutrogena Pore Refining Toner, Pore Cleanser, 8.5 Fl. Oz.
$10.51
Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Eye Cream With Retinol, 0 .5 Fl. Oz.
$19.99
Neutrogena Age Shield Face Oil-Free Lotion Sunscreen Broad Spectrum Spf 110, 3 Fl. Oz.
$12.99
Neutrogena Rapid Tone Repair Dark Spot Corrector, 1 Oz
$19.28
Neutrogena Complete Acne Therapy System
$23.99
Neutrogena Skinclearing Blemish Concealer, Light 10, .05 Oz.
$6.94
Neutrogena Rapid Clear 2-In-1 Fight & Fade Acne Toner, 8 Fl. Oz.
$10.69
Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Mask Activator, 30 Count
$16.05
Neutrogena Visibly Even Daily Moisturizer With Broad Spectrum Spf 30 Sunscreen, 1.7 Fl. Oz.
$18.53
Neutrogena Rapid Tone Repair Night Moisturizer With Retinol, 1 Fl. Oz.
$19.99
Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Loose Powder Foundation 20, Natural Ivory 20, .19 Oz.
$11.00
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Anti-Blemish Cleanser, 5.1 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$25.17
Neutrogena Triple Moisture Daily Deep Conditioner For Dry Hair Moisturizing, 8.5 Fl. Oz. (Pack of 3)
$19.77
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup Foundation, Broad Spectrum Spf 20, 30 Buff, 1 Oz.
$12.77
Neutrogena Naturals Multi-Vitamin Nourishing Face Moisturizer, 3 Fl. Oz.
$12.99
Neutrogena T/Gel Therapeutic Shampoo Original Formula, Dandruff Treatment, 4.4 Fl. Oz.
$7.59
Neutrogena Skinclearing Makeup, 10 Classic Ivory, 1 Fl. Oz.
$13.99
Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Intensive Moisture Wrap Body Treatment Ff, 10.5 Oz
$10.37
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Eye Gel-Cream, 0.5 Fl. Oz
$18.98
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Boosters Facial Cleanser, 9 Fl. Oz
$7.97
Neutrogena Moisturesmooth Color Stick, 60 Soft Raspberry, .011 Oz.
$8.10
Neutrogena Revitalizing Lip Balm Spf 20, Petal Glow 40, .15 Oz.
$8.99
Neutrogena Body Sheer-Oil Lotion For Dry Skin , Light Sesame Formula, 32 Fl. Oz
$16.93
Neutrogena Men Triple Protect Face Lotion with Sunscreen SPF 20 1.70 oz (Pack of 4)
Neutrogena Rainbath Multi-Pack of 3, 1 Original Formula, 1 Pomegranate and 1 Ocean Mist, 16 fl oz bottles
$29.99
Neutrogena Light Facial Night Cream, 2.25 Oz.
$10.34
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Redness Soothing Facial Cleanser With Salicylic Acid, 6 Fl. Oz.
$10.69
Neutrogena Skinclearing Mineral Powder, Natural Beige 60, .38 Oz., (Pack of 2)
$16.94
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Face Wash With Salicylic Acid, Pink Grapefruit, 6 Fl. Oz. (Pack of 3)
$25.00
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Serum, 1 Fl. Oz
$19.46
Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Hand Cream Fragrance Free, 2 Oz (Pack of 6)
$23.82
Neutrogena Visibly Even Bb Cream Daily Moisturizer SPF 30, Light-Medium, 1.7 Fl. Oz
$14.94
Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Pore Scrub, 4 Fl. Oz. (Pack of 3)
$18.81
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Aging Perfector Spf 20, Retinol Treatment, 30 Light To Neutral, 1 Fl. Oz.
$12.07
Neutrogena Wet Skin Kids Stick Sunscreen Broad Spectrum Spf 70, 0.47 Oz.
$9.00
Neutrogena Men Triple Protect Face Lotion With Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 20, 1.7 Fl. Oz (Pack of 2)
$11.38
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Gel Cleanser, 6 Ounce
$7.80
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Compact Makeup Foundation, Broad Spectrum Spf 55, Buff 30, .35 Oz.
$8.99
Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Serum With Retinol, 1 Fl. Oz.
$19.99
Neutrogena Rapid Dark Circle Repair Eye Cream, .13 Fl. Oz
$21.00
Neutrogena Hydrating Makeup Remover Cleansing Facial Towelettes, 25 Count (pack of 3)
$20.97
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Tint, 1.0 Fl. Oz. 40 / Nude
$15.02
Neutrogena Cooldry Sport Sunscreen Lotion Broad Spectrum SPF 70, 5 Oz
$11.85
Neutrogena Deep Clean Invigorating Foaming Face Scrub, 4.2 Fl. Oz.
$10.08
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Aging Perfector Spf 20, Retinol Treatment, 40 Neutral To Tan, 1 Fl. Oz.
$12.68
Neutrogena Cleansing Wipes, Oil-free, Acne-prone Skin, Pink Grapefruit, 25 Ct (Pack 2)
$22.90
Neutrogena T/Sal Shampoo, Scalp Build-up Control, 4.5 fl oz
$7.99
Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser With Salicylic Acid, 6 Fl. Oz.
$6.39
Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture, Combination Skin, 4 Ounce
Neutrogena Rapid Clear Acne Eliminating Spot Gel With Salicylic Acid, 0.5 Fl. Oz. (Pack of 3)
$23.97
Neutrogena Visibly Even Foaming Cleanser, 5.1 Ounce
$10.29
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Blends, 10 Clean, Face Makeup, .3 Oz.
$11.03
Neutrogena T/Gel Daily Control 2-In-1 Dandruff Shampoo Plus Conditioner, 8.5 Fl. Oz.
$10.85
Neutrogena Naturals Fresh Cleansing And Makeup Remover, 6 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$13.83
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Firming Cream SPF 15, 2.5 Fl. Oz
$12.35
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Stress Control Power-Clear Scrub, 4.2 Fl. Oz.
$7.04
Neutrogena Healthy Skin Eye Cream, 0.5 Oz
$12.99
Neutrogena Skinclearing Mineral Powder, Natural Ivory 20, .38 Oz.
$9.88
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Face & Body Stick Sunscreen Broad Spectrum Spf 70, 1.5 Oz.
$10.17
Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture, Sensitive Skin, 4 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$23.98
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel SPF 15, 1.7 Oz
$18.98
Neutrogena Sheer Oil-Lotion, Skin-Silkening Moisturizer 8.50 oz
$8.99
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Stress Control Power-Cream Wash, 6 Fl. Oz.(Pack of 3)
$22.01
Neutrogena Fragrance Free Liquid Neutrogena, Facial Cleansing Formula, 8-Ounce Pump Bottles (Pack of 4)
$22.39
Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash for Clean, Clear Skin, 8.5 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$14.15
Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash, Pink Grapefruit, 8.5 Ounce
$8.33
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Face Wash Cream Cleanser, 6.7 Fl. Oz. (Pack of 6)
$32.82
Neutrogena Therapeutic Shampoo 4.5 oz, 2 Pack
$15.75
Neutrogena Beach Defense Body Spray Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 70, 6.5 Oz
$10.17
Neutrogena Clear Face Liquid Lotion Sunscreen For Acne-Prone Skin, Broad Spectrum Spf 55, 3 Fl. Oz.
$10.99
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