Target Claims They Were Not Behind The “Alex From Target” Viral Sensation

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(PCM) We are sure by now you have at least seen or heard something about “Alex From Target” the latest viral internet meme that features an extremely good-looking Target employee.

It was brought to everyone’s attention recently that the whole thing may have actually been a sneaky viral marketing campaign paid for by Target, rather than just a random viral sensation created by an obsessive teenage girl.

A marketing company by the name of Breakr, took credit for orchestrating the whole situation and claim they were hired on as part of a viral marketing project.

However, now Target is claiming … read more...

The Hottest Holiday Toy List For 2014

(PCM) As we gear up for this year’s holiday season, toy retailers are already beginning to make their predictions on what will be the season’s hottest and best selling items.

As shoppers begin lining up in the stores hoping to get their hands on this season’s most popular items, we have put together a handy list of what has been predicted to be the top-sellers and most-sought after toys this year.

(Note: Frozen, Skylanders, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are definitely a safe bet)

1. Skylanders Trap Team

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Seek out and defeat the most wanted villains in all of Skylands, … read more...

Virgin America Pokes Fun At Long Tedious Flights With New Ad Campaign

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(PCM) Nearly all of us at one point or another have had to deal with a long and tedious flight, especially one that is headed cross-country. You are dealing with issues such as screaming children, lack of food, zero leg room and of course obnoxious seatmates.

Virgin America has decided to poke a little fun, as well as, make a statement about just how long and boring cross-country travel can become with their new ad campaign. The campaign also reminds individuals that there is indeed a better way to fly!

The new ad campaign features an over five hour long … read more...

Twitter Sues The U.S. Government

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(PCM) Social media giant Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government for the right to disclose and publish the full amount of government surveillance requests they receive.

Twitter has always been a huge advocate for free speech and would like the opportunity to be more forthcoming with its’ users about the full nature and the total number of requests for private user information that they receive from government agencies.

The lawsuit is based off an agreement made between internet companies such as Google and Microsoft which allow these companies the right to disclose the number of orders they … read more...

Republican Social Media Campaign Showcases A Major Ad Fail

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(PCM) We are sure that someone is in some hot water after eagle-eyed readers noticed a major advertising fail in the new “ImARepublican” social media campaign advertisement.

In the ad a young man is shown reading a newspaper with the following text “Republicans read The New York Times in public”. This would not be an issue if the man pictured were actually reading a copy of The New York Time, however it is quite apparent that the newspaper is rather a copy of The Wall Street Journal … opps!

Wall Street Journal reporter Jacob Bunge was one of the first … read more...

Republican Social Media Campaign Showcases A Major Ad Fail

Republican-social-media

(PCM) We are sure that someone is in some hot water after eagle-eyed readers noticed a major advertising fail in the new “ImARepublican” social media campaign advertisement.

In the ad a young man is shown reading a newspaper with the following text “Republicans read The New York Times in public”. This would not be an issue if the man pictured were actually reading a copy of The New York Time, however it is quite apparent that the newspaper is rather a copy of The Wall Street Journal … opps!

Wall Street Journal reporter Jacob Bunge was one of the first … read more...

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