Mar 04, 2014

Congratulations Cincinnati Insurance!

When we heard the Boy Scouts of America was recognizing CIC for their service in the Cincinnati community, we thought it would be a great idea to call it out in a big way. So we placed a full page ad in the Business Courier. This is how it turned out!... Read More

Feb 28, 2014

Spotlight: Developer Nat Hamilton

1) Tell us about your curious/wildly indecisive academic path. How did you go from a general art degree to art education to special education to graphic design and finally land on programming? I went to Southern State Community College in 2005 and got an Associates in Arts with the intent of going to Northern Kentucky... Read More

Feb 21, 2014

Spotlight: Traffic Coordinator Molly Adams

  1) Tell us why you chose your major in college. When I was a senior in high school my English teacher had a friend who worked at Nike give a presentation about her job. She basically got to plan all of Nike’s corporate events. She went to the Olympics, travelled to really cool places all... Read More

Feb 14, 2014

Cincinnati Enquirer Announces Curiosity and Gorilla Glue’s New Partnership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 13, 2013 Gorilla Glue and O’Keeffe’s Company Taps Curiosity Advertising for Digital and Social Creative Initial Projects Include New Website Creative, Programming and Digital Campaign Integration CINCINNATI, OH—Gorilla Glue and O’Keeffe’s has hired Curiosity Advertising as its digital agency of record to execute its website redesign, digital/social strategy and content... Read More

Feb 14, 2014

For The Love of Advertising: The V-Day Edition

Oh hello, I didn’t notice you there. I was just shaving my back hair getting ready for the big day. No, not Presidents Day…the sexier holiday that goes by the street name of V-Day. Are you looking to impress a special someone of something (see Her) this Valentine’s Day with your knowledge of advertising? Well,... Read More

Feb 14, 2014

Spotlight: Karen, the Most Interesting LADY in the World

1) Tell us about the reason you chose your major in college. When I was a senior in high school, my English teacher asked a friend who worked at Nike t1) Where were you born? How did you come to live in the States and how come you go to Israel so much? Weeeelll, I... Read More

Feb 10, 2014

Basement Explorations

I was recently going through some old files in a box in the back of my basement. There was manila file folder simply titled “poems.” Inside the folder were pages of poems and other narratives that I had written sometime between the ages of 15 and 25. I am now 30 years older, and it... Read More

Feb 07, 2014

Spotlight: VP of Insight Stream Jeff Jones

1) For someone who has built a career on their expertise in technology, it’s surprising that you have such an extensive knowledge of old movies. What is it about old movies that spark your interest and compare that to your interest in technology? The more I think about it, the more I realize they are... Read More

Jan 22, 2014

Production Designer Heather Davis’s Curiosity Day

For my first Curiosity Day (a day spent doing something you’ve never done before), I decided to go ‘geocaching.’ It’s essentially treasure hunting for adults, and I was instantly hooked! I got my camera equipment ready and set out to find as many treasures as I could before it got too dark. I filmed the... Read More

Jan 20, 2014

Content Syndication: A case for why it works

As a weekend furniture craftsman, I can only produce a handful of finished furniture projects a year. As a result, I’m limited in what I can actually showcase as new posts for my site. So instead, I rely on the content associated with a broader range of my woodworking experiences. With a bit of planning,... Read More