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$11.7 billion: A Look Behind the Curtain of the Political Advertising Season

With my pinky on my lower lip doing my best Dr. Evil impression: “11.7 billion dollars!” That’s the estimated media spend this political season for the presidential election. It equates to $46 per eligible voter. TV still has the largest share of political spending with $5.9 billion, but digital advertising will exceed $1.2 billion—up 700%

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Digital Media Director Chris Blum

1. A take-your-kid-to-work day actually led to your real-life career. HOW DOES THAT HAPPEN? When I was in the sixth grade, my friend’s mom asked me if I would be interested in going to her company’s take-your-son-to-work day. The company specialized in media planning and buying. I knew from the onset that the strategy, team chemistry

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Introducing Curiosity’s 2016 Staff Portrait!

Each year, we take a team picture to document our curious culture and how our agency has grown and changed. We always have a different theme: we’ve been astronauts, characters from Mad Men, world travelers and passion-seekers. This year’s theme is a little quirkier than the rest, but bear with us, there’s a good story behind it! When we

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About Digital Media Creator Allie

1. Why do you tell people you were “born to run?” Well if you were to ask my mother, she would tell you I learned to run before I learned to crawl, and she had to put bells on my shoes to keep track of me as a kid. However, as an “adult,” my weeks

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Curiosity Makes Inc. 5000 List with 136% Sales Growth

Inc. magazine Unveils 35th Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000. NEW YORK, August 19, 2016—Inc. magazine ranked Curiosity Advertising on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, one of the most prestigious rankings of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most

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On the World’s Stage: Getting in the Heads of the Athletes in the Summer Games

“Give me one word that describes how the Summer Games make you feel.” I posed that question to the team here at Curiosity Advertising and the results were strikingly optimistic. The word that stood out the most? Inspired. But what I’m really curious about is how the athletes feel. What is it like to be

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Curiosity’s Summer Interns Get Creative on Instagram

The summer is wrapping up, and so is our intern program. For their last group project, we thought it would be fun to capture their perspective of the Curiosity experience! We were curious about what they’d do when they unleashed their creativity with no boundaries. We were the client and they were the team in

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A Southern Girl Takes on Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio. A lively city filled with adventure, tasty food, rich history and architecture: just the first few things you’ll notice when first exploring this Queen City. Eight weeks ago, I moved here from a small town in southwest Virginia to join Curiosity Advertising as a summer intern and to get a taste of the

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Making the Most of the Social Summer Games

I’m a millennial, and my generation wants things now. We expect to have what we want, when we want it and where we want it. This fact influences how millennials consume and engage with content. Whether it’s cat videos, news articles or Pokemon Go, we expect to always have entertainment options available at our fingertips.

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Feeling Overwhelmed? Take a Walk.

As the summer’s wrapping up like a Chipotle burrito, so are many summer long projects at Curiosity Advertising. From our traffic department to the production team, the agency is all hands on deck. It’s an exciting time, seeing everyone collaborate to deliver the best possible work for our clients. However, with the tight deadlines and

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