Posts Tagged ‘AT&T’

Blah. Blah. Blah. Ad Lands YuMe at Top of AdAge Chart

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Over the past several months, Gunn|Jerkens has had the opportunity to work with independent digital video brand advertising leader YuMe to elevate their brand.

In the March 18 issue of Advertising Age® Magazine, a leading global source of news, intelligence and conversation for marketing and media communities, YuMe’s bold “Blah. Blah. Blah.” ad not only managed to catch the eye of readers but also make a memorable impression. The ad ranked number one among the issue’s advertisements, beating out several major competitors and tying with Disney Junior, with 72% total recall.

Additional ads that scored in the top ten include AT&T AdWorks, Disney Channel, eBay, Adobe, Disney XD, Disney Media Sales and Marketing, Travel Channel and Exact Target.

We’d like to congratulate the entire YuMe team on such a successful campaign!

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I’m Not Mad – I’m Just Disappointed

Sunday, December 27th, 2009

Dear AT&T,

It has come to my attention that lately you’ve been a bit of a grump about the network usage. You say you’d like for my fellow iPhone devotees and me to cool it on the data consumption. Now, while I don’t live in New York or San Francisco, the mere fact that you are taking on your biggest fans has left me, well, displeased.

Here’s the thing: you give us this wonderful toy to play with, loaded with fabulous applications, abilities and magical wonders, and then ask (not even that politely) for us to limit our playtime?! How is that fair? These folks that you’re speaking to – the ones that you say are bogging down your network with their constant usage – they’re the ones passing along the good word about AT&T. They are the ones you should be keeping happy.

What’s the deal guys? If I can’t use the phone/network and all the fantastic things that come with it, then what’s the point of paying for it in the first place?

Sincerely,

Sad & Disappointed in Long Beach