From the monthly archives:

June 2009

When I Grow Up, I Want to be Alice

June 23, 2009

This week has brought on a lot of Alice news. The first images of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland have got the web in an excited frenzy. As a Burton fan myself (I did a thesis on imagery in college), I thought it was quite fitting for the Burton lens be applied to Lewis Carroll’s […]

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5,6,7,8…SYTYCD Gets the Rhythm of Entertainment

June 11, 2009

We’ve got the Top 20 and now we’re in business. Literally. The business of reality talent contests has brought a change to television which results in new revenue. American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) have their own concert tours, merchandise, and then open the door for other revenue. Would you have […]

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The Value of Honesty

June 9, 2009

**The below post is featured on the Minnesota Chapter of the American Marketing Association Blog. Much criticism can be found on the web for the current state of marketing. A lot of it is around how blatant companies are getting about pushing a product. It’s so out there. Yet times are forcing marketers to approach […]

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Get Your Own Case Studies

June 3, 2009

My college roommate was a Finance major, and often times she would tell me about all the case studies she had to work on for class. Case studies are great for learning because they provide you with examples. Theories are only good if people can understand them, and a few great examples can go a […]

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