Monthly Archives: July 2009

Authentic people make brands authentic

Authentic brands start with authentic people — people who express a passion for what they do and an interest in sharing that passion even if you don’t buy something from them. I was reminded of this lesson recently when my … Continue reading

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Razorfish report dispels social myths

If you’re trying to build a brand through social media or influencers, chances are you’ve experienced a steep learning curve.  Well, don’t feel so bad — you have plenty of company according to a new report launched by my employer … Continue reading

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Amnesia Razorfish builds its brand by doing

In January, my Razorfish colleagues Garrick Schmitt and Malia Supe wrote an insightful blog post, “Brands Do.”  They asserted that in the era of consumer participation, brands must spend more time doing things than saying things.  Amnesia Razorfish (part of … Continue reading

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Mercedes-Benz USA creates luxury online

In earlier blog posts, I’ve discussed how Razorfish clients like Intel, Mattel, and MillerCoors are making bold product launches amid the recession.  All along, Mercedes-Benz USA has been doing just that. Case in point: as announced recently, MBUSA has launched … Continue reading

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Post Cereals: a fresh approach to corporate giving

According to McKinsey Quarterly, corporations are responding to consumers’ growing expectations to make corporate philanthropy a higher priority.  Post Cereals recently demonstrated an innovative approach to giving. On June 29, Pebbles, a Post Cereals brand, announced that my employer Razorfish … Continue reading

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