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By Rob Zimmerman // Published on Feb 27, 2015

un·der·whelm, verb. Fail to impress or make a positive impact on (someone); disappoint.

Unfortunately for fans of the Cleveland Browns, this is a word they are becoming all too familiar with.

After closing out the 2014 season by setting a franchise record for the longest period without a playoff appearance, the team has disappointed fans once again this week with the reveal of an entirely lackluster new branding campaign, a project that had been in the works since 2013.

Originally set in motion to give the team a new spark, the plan...

Tagged Under: Marketing + Obscure Fun
By Chris Hislop // Published on Jan 30, 2015

With Superbowl XLIX fast approaching, it’s as good a time as any to take a mindful look at one of the game’s brightest stars, Marshawn Lynch – running back of the Seattle Seahawks. I know, I know, what am I doing writing about a player of the opposition… Don’t worry, my allegiance to the Patriots is unwavering, but truth be told, I find the personality of Lynch to be one of the most fascinating of all professional athletes....

By Chris Hislop // Published on Jan 01, 2015

Welcome to 2015!

From where I’m sitting, 2014 was a fantastic year from a creative content standpoint. 2015 looks like it will build on the successes of the year that has passed, and, like everything in life, new lessons will be learned, best practices will be tested, and new means of creating fresh content will be introduced as we continue to move forward.

So, for the year that has parted, and the year that is fresh and ready to unfold, I’d like to pitch a question in regards to great content...

Tagged Under: Business Advice + Marketing

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