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Angie Fischer Rising Leader of March Winner

This month, Angie Fischer, VP and Director of Client Services, was recognized for her contributions to the development and execution of Curiosity’s business strategy. Fischer has been heavily involved in Curiosity’s strategic operations since its inception, but most recently she was instrumental in the crafting and rollout of Curiosity’s three-year vision, titled “Curiosity 20/20.” If

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Elizabeth Leugers

9 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Joining the Political Shouting Match

  There’s nothing new about companies influencing politics and vice versa. Corporate lobbying is thriving, a common practice in the U.S. since roughly the 1970s (though it’s been around much longer than that). But with the election and induction of President Trump, some of the biggest brands in the country—in some cases, the world—that previously worked behind

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Curiosity

What’s It Like Shooting a Spot for the Big Game?

There’s a saying—or maybe Tom Waits just said it—but it goes like this: “I never saw my hometown until I stayed away too long.” We’d add to that saying, “I never saw my hometown until I stayed away too long, moved back and worked on Cincinnati Bell, one of the city’s bigger accounts, for 10

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Curiosity

Does digital media need housekeeping?

Position: Brands need to be asking their agencies the right questions about digital media measurement and have a right to transparency. Curiosity Advertising picks our media vendors similarly to how we pick our clients—by looking for partners with the same values that we embody. They should be trusting, honest and truly a partner in this

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Curiosity

Spots, Reviews & Panels: Highlights from the Big Game!

Curiosity had a lot going on this season! We shot, edited and launched a :60 spot for Cincinnati Bell, one of our most veteran clients. Scroll down for behind-the-scenes scoop on the creative and production process that went into the making-of. Group Creative Director Ried Cartwright reviewed his picks for best and worst Big Game spots in the Cincinnati

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Tom Studer

3 Tips on Integrating Mktg Tech into Your Campaign

Marketing technology is a vast and exciting area of opportunity to integrate additional tactics and experiences into your campaign. You can pepper in some 360-degree video, a virtual-reality world, some location-based gamification with AR, a few regionalized Snapchat lenses and a bit of some context-aware ads via beacons and BOOM! You will be the proud

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Jeff Jones

120 Years of Social Media

“We live in a time when technology is more disruptive than ever before in history!” This is a favorite exclamation of many, but particularly those of us in the advertising industry. This comment is often followed by a declaration of how much we must change to “keep up.”  Yes, the tools consumers use to gather

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Jeff Jones

Numbers: They’re Not Just for Nerds Anymore

The Urgent Need for Marketing Metrics Can I be honest? Numbers scare me. Well, at least they used to. I blame grade-school teachers who diligently tried to teach me algebra, but when asked, “Why do we do it this way?” would reply, “Cause, that’s just what we do.”  A thoroughly dissatisfying answer. However, over the

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Jonathan Richman

Time to Get Your Data In Order

Data! Tired of hearing about data and how it’s so important yet? I think we all get the point by now: data is important. Yet so many companies are still missing a huge opportunity by not using their data to answer important questions about their business. If this is you, don’t worry, you’re in a

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Jeff Jones

4 Lessons Marketers Can Learn from Clinton vs. Trump

The election is over. Finally. Often I’ve heard it was the nastiest campaign in history. I assume this is more of a hyperbolic statement than a factual one. The Andrew Jackson/John Quincy Adams contest of 1828 has to take the prize since an Adams newspaper said this, “General Jackson’s mother was a common prostitute, brought

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