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Breaking Brands: Who Newsjacked the Finale? - Posted September 30, 2013
This will be the last Breaking Bad post ever, we promise--loved the show but even we're sick of hearing about it at this point. Still, it's worth taking a minute to review some of last night's promo efforts. The most deliberate response comes courtesy of Clorox: Some whites never change #BreakingBad pic.twitter.com/cjw1OTqEPB ... [AgencySpy]

Breaking Brands: Who Newsjacked the Finale? - Posted September 30, 2013
This will be the last Breaking Bad post ever, we promise--loved the show but even we're sick of hearing about it at this point. Still, it's worth taking a minute to review some of last night's promo efforts. The most deliberate response comes courtesy of Clorox: Some whites never change #BreakingBad pic.twitter.com/cjw1OTqEPB ... [PRNewser]

Liquid-Plumr Turns a Clogged Drain into an Erotic Fantasy. Again. - Posted July 29, 2013
Can a woman really be completely satisfied in only seven minutes? Liquid-Plumr promises she can. Turning mundane daily routines into hyper-sexualized hunk-fests seems to be the tactic of choice for some female-targeted brands like ... [PRNewser]

Green Works Urges Fans to Play St. Patrick's Day Charades on Vine - Posted March 15, 2013
On Monday we gave you a list of brands doing cool things on Vine, Twitter's six-second looping video app. Today we have to add Clorox's Green Works to that list for their St. Patty's day-themed campaign urging fans to "go green" by playing charades. Tweeters who guess each charade correctly will... [PRNewser]

Party Affiliation Affects Brand Preference (Ugh) - Posted October 26, 2012
Today in Almost Certainly Meaningless News: Many Americans consider their political affiliations to be a private matter and prefer not to discuss related issues at family gatherings in order to avoid fistfights; most would almost certainly insist that party... [PRNewser]

Peters Moves from Edelman to Ogilvy - Posted September 6, 2012
In a surprise get, Ogilvy PR announced today that Susan Peters has joined the agency's Chicago office as executive vice president of consume... [PRNewser]

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