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The Social Minute: July 18-25
The social media news that you can read in under a minute - and want to! In this week's Social Minute it's all about Heinz, UberEats and McDonald's, and Facebook's Group update.
Brands Who Talk Back to Their Customers
On this week's edition of The Battle for Time, The Tite Report takes a look at how brands can stand up to toxic customers through the example of Square and how it talked back to an online troll.
Friday Funnies: Reminders From Siri
Illustrated by Rob Cottingham of Noise to Signal, this week's Friday Funny takes a look at setting reminders with Siri and how these reminders are reflections of our lives.
Thought Catalysts: Mike Halminen on Making Great Pre-Rolls with YouTube
Mike Halminen, Creative Lead with Google, stopped by The Tite Group to chat pre-rolls on YouTube and the best practices that make them most affective whether True View or Bumper Ads.
Thought Catalysts: Matt Galloway on Listening
Speakers' Spotlight highlights Matt Galloway on Speak of the Week to spell out the importance of listening and how through active listening people are better able to perceive the world around them.
Ad World 365: Creativity Can be a Safe Space
In this week's edition of Ad World 365, we take on Joe Hollis' lessons about how creativity can be a safe space if marketers get outside of the office confines and freely express their personal art.
The Social Minute: July 11-18
The social media news that you can read in under a minute - and want to! In this week's Social Minute it's all about Adidas, Ikea, and Oakley.
Heat Won John Hancock/Manulife - Now What?
On this week's edition of The Battle For Time, we take a look at what it means for the changing marketing environment now that Heat, a new kind of agency model, has won John Hancock/Manulife.
Stuff We Love: Cards Against Humanity for Her
The Tite Report takes a moment to applaud Cards Against Humanity for creating Cards Against Humanity For Her, since it's 2017 but people still need to be educated on gender stereotypes.
Navigating the Innovation Gap: Sidewalk Labs
In this next instalment of Navigating the Innovation Gap, The Tite Report profiles Sidewalk Labs a company looking to build innovation labs in cities in order to foster better communities.
From Over Here: The Golden Rule
President of The Tite Group Robin Whalen highlights Segura's Terms and Conditions, a jargon-free version of the agency-client contract and explains how it could simplify how business gets done.
Social (Media) Responsibility
In this week's edition of the Battle for Time, The Tite Report takes a look at what it means to be responsible on social media and who is accountable for lewd content - the people or the platform.
Friday Funnies: Getting Twitter Followers
Illustrated by Rob Cottingham, this Friday Funny takes a look at getting Twitter followers and how all the push notifications might distract users from the dangers at hand.
Ad World 365: The Creation Process
In this week's edition of Ad World 365, we take on Joe Hollis' lessons about the creation process and how no matter the method it comes down to making small changes, owning up and making it custom.
The Social Minute: June 27 - July 4
It's all about the social media universe in The Social Minute. This week's edition looks at Budweiser's patriotic spot, Instagram's new campaign, and Belairdirect’s Roadside stories.
Happy Birthday, Canada
In this edition of The Battle for Time, The Tite Report reviews the top Canadian brand activations that launched this past week in celebration of our country's sesquicentennial festivities.
Friday Funnies: Writing Call to Actions
In this week's Friday Funny, illustrator Rob Cottingham gives his take on including call to actions within speech writing and why direct asks may not be as effective.
Navigating the Innovation Gap: A Look at Intersection
In this next instalment of Navigating the Innovation Gap, The Tite Report profiles Intersection: a company combining the worlds of tech and advertising to make city communities more efficient.
Learning with Logan: June 20 - 27
It's all about the social media universe in Learning with Logan. This week's edition looks at Instagram's Live replay, Google's UpTime app, and Uber's new update.
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